ISSUE 7 • NOVEMBER 2007 A Q U A R T E R LY N E W S P A P E R F O R T H E P E O P L E O F DRDGOLD SA Wage agreement reached at Blyvoor Wage negotiations at Blyvoor were successfully basic wages for most occupations. The earnings of concluded on 31 October. Agreement was reached rock drill operators have been aligned with prevailing in just over a month – “the speediest and smoothest rates in the mining industry. negotiations at Blyvoor for some years,” says Human As part of Blyvoor’s skills retention drive, artisans Resources Manager Colin Goodwin. For the first will now receive an additional monthly allowance. time, as agreed during the 2005/2006 wage cycle, “We are proud finally to be in a position to Coming home negotiations were conducted centrally, in one compete with the rest of the market, and also to On 22 October, DRDGOLD Ltd announced the sale of its 78.7% stake forum, between mine management, NUM, UASA reward our employees for their loyalty and in Australian subsidiary Emperor Mines. and Solidarity. dedication. We are confident our employees will Commenting on the sale, CEO John Sayers said: “We have achieved a The two-year wage deal involves increases of reward us in return with increased productivity,” favourable exit from Emperor Mines: this contributes to our healthy between 8% (surface) and 10% (underground) to says Colin. financial position, and the funds which were previously being directed to the Australasian operations will now be better utilised in South Africa.” Joint presentation successful On Friday 19 October, the Department of Minerals and Energy (DME) ordered the suspension of all In Memoriam – September quarter mining operations at Blyvoor. This followed the tragic death on that day of miner Abram Phetwe With deep regret, we report the death of one employee and one in a work-related accident at No 5 Shaft. contractor in mine-related accidents at DRDGOLD SA during the “Section 54 of the Mine Health and Safety Act September quarter, both at ERPM. We extend our deepest sympathy to empowers the DME to order temporary mine both families. closures following an accident,” says Human Rock Drill Operator Paul Ngxakazela died on 26 September, as a Resources Manager Colin Goodwin. On result of injuries sustained in a fall of ground on 7 September. Paul, 24 October, management and unions, acting as a who was married with two children, lived in Germiston, Gauteng. team, presented Blyvoor’s case for resuming Hydraulic Picker Driver Samuel Vini died on 5 September after being operations to the Chief Inspector of Mines, who agreed that – subject to certain safety measures Puisano e kopanetsweng ya ho etela Lefapha la Dirashwa le struck by a concrete silo undergoing demolition in the metallurgical Matla ke baokamedi ba Blyvoor, mmoho le diyuniyone le plant. Samuel, who came from Welkom in the Free State, was married being implemented within an agreed timeframe – mekgatlo ya basebetsi, e bontshitse katleho ya ho kgothatsa with two children. normal work could resume. “The union leaders Lefapha la Dirashwa le Matla ho dumella Blyvoor ho qadisa who attended this presentation supported the plea hape ditshebetso ka mora ho kwalwa ho sa tswa etsahala ha Tragically, two fatalities took place at Blyvoor after the karolo ya 54. for stoping operations to resume,” says UASA closure of the quarter. See full report in the article to Branch Chairman Kevin Wright. memorial service held on 25 October for Abram and the right. “This shows that collective endeavour is more loco driver Ncedile Loloni, who also died in an earlier effective than one player acting alone,” says Sheriff mine accident on 12 October. “The atmosphere was Madisha, NUM Branch Secretary. Gerald Ntilane, supportive, as together we paid tribute to Ncedile and Solidarity representative and member of the health Abram and expressed our sympathy for their SAFETY REPORT and safety structure, agrees: “Management and families,” says Colin. “Although arising from tragic General Manager: Projects Phillip (from 6.23 to 6.44). A number unions at Blyvoor work together in the interests of causes, I firmly believe the events of these few days Watters reports that all operations of safety campaigns and safety – problems can be discussed openly.” helped to cement the co-operative approach that has achieved improvements in interventions are in place at This spirit of partnership was maintained at the developed at Blyvoor.” Reportable Injury Frequency Rates the operations. (RIFR) over the quarter. ERPM also “The training programme on showed a significant improvement in Disabling Injury Frequency trucks and tramming has had particularly encouraging results,” From STABILITY to GROWTH Rates (DIFR), with a rate for the says Phillip. “There were no trucks That’s the message for DRDGOLD SA from CEO Niel Pretorius. quarter of 6.33, compared with and tramming-related accidents 19.96 in the June quarter. this quarter, compared with 8% “The South African operations achieved some measure of take personal responsibility for The DIFR showed a regression of reportable accidents in the have been through some tough stability, we will be guided by four safety: we will not compromise at Crown (from 4.24 to 5.99), and June quarter, and 18% in the times; a year ago, we set ourselves key considerations as we take the on this, and if anyone takes any also regressed slightly at Blyvoor March quarter.” the target of returning to stability business to optimal efficiency, action which could endanger so as to position ourselves for and strive to become increasingly themselves or a colleague, then Reportable injuries flexibility and future growth, and, socially relevant: operational that person has no place within Rates per million man hours – June and September quarters as our quarterly results show, we excellence; safety, especially DRDGOLD SA.” 8 are well on track. those aspects related to human Looking ahead to the year-end, 7.6 “I’m pleased to say that the behaviour; building a dynamically Niel adds a word of caution. corporate office has also, in some diverse team; and career “Last year, we had poor results 6 way, contributed to this achievement development, to ensure that in the Christmas quarter, as is and demonstrated its commitment everyone who has potential to common on South African mines. to a disciplined approach to develop has a solid career path. It’s essential that we buck the spending by reducing group “These four pillars reinforce each industry trend: while we all look 4 corporate costs (excluding other: the right mix of talent and forward to a well-earned break 3.24 3.21 Emperor’s corporate costs) by 23% skills in the team will support with our families, we must still 2.97 in 2007, compared with 2006. In operational excellence, and every ensure that we contribute to 2 2.12 addition, a further decrease of 26% one who is willing to give of their productivity. in group corporate costs is expected best efforts will find that their “This is the last issue of 0.99 in 2008. contribution is valued and their Asikhulume for the year, and I 0 “Going forward we need to potential is developed.” would like to finish by wishing all Blyvoor Crown ERPM elevate our strategic thinking to Niel stresses that safety is key. of you a safe, happy and peaceful June Sep the next level. While we have “Each and every one of us must Christmas and New Year.” Letters to the Editor This is your newsletter and we want to hear from you. Highlights of this issue Letters or questions can be sent to your HR manager or faxed to Cathy Fazey at (011) 880-3788. Good results from ERPM Crown nurtures talent If you have a question you would like to put to Niel Pretorius, Blyvoor’s safety award Amanda Hoosen on Survivor please send it to us. Niel will answer the most interesting question received every quarter. Blyvoor’s achievement HONOURED Blyvoor’s outstanding safety performance in winning the Mine Health and Safety Council flag for excellent safety performance – reported in the March 2007 issue of Asikhulume – was recognised at the highest level on Thursday 4 October. Special safety awards were presented to the 2006 flag associations, and each and every manager in the recipients at the dinner held at Emperor’s Palace in company, including myself. Kempton Park on the evening before the Mine Health “I would like to salute our workforce for their and Safety Summit, which takes place every two years. diligence and constant focus in keeping Blyvoor a safe The awards were presented by Advocate Sandile mine: without their efforts this achievement would not Nogxina, Director-General at the Department of have been possible, and I am proud and honoured to Dr Kgotso Ncholo with Prof Max Price, the Vice-Chancellor designate of the Minerals and Energy, on behalf of the Hon Ms Buyelwa represent them here tonight.” University of Cape Town, at the Aurum Rose Awards function on 19 October. Dr Ncholo was honoured by the Aurum Institute for Health Research for his Sonjica MP, Minister of Minerals and Energy. Collie concluded by acknowledging the positive role contribution to the fight against HIV/Aids. Present on behalf of Blyvoor were DRDGOLD SA played by the DME in giving guidance, support and CEO Niel Pretorius and Chief Operating Officer Louis encouragement to the mining industry in developing a Leading the fight Lamsley, as well as Blyvoor’s General Manager Collie Russouw, Production Manager (South) Jacques Kleynsmith, and Chief Safety Officer Willie Nelson. ‘safety first’ culture. I-Blyvoor, kunye nabagqwesi beflegi yonyaka wama- against HIV/Aids The awards are given every two years for the greatest safety improvement over a three-year period. Blyvoor, winner in the deep and ultra-deep level gold and 2006 yeMpilo noKhuseleko eMgodini (Mine Health and Safety) yomsebenzi obalaseleyo wokhuseleko, inikelwe ibhaso elikhethekileyo lokhuseleko On 19 October, Dr Kgotso Ncholo of the Caritas Care Home received platinum mines category, achieved a reduction in kwisidlo somsitho nge-4 Oktobha, ngokuhlwa the Aurum Rose Award, presented by Dr Gavin Churchyard, the Chief fatalities from 16 to five in the period under review. okwandulela ingqungquthela ye-Mine Health and Executive of the Aurum Institute for Health Research, an independent The DME safety flag was hoisted over Blyvoor on Safety Summit. UMphathi Jikelele uCollie Russouw medical institution recognised as a leader in the field of health 25 January to mark the award, and will fly over the wamkele ibhaso egameni leBlyvoor. Kwintetho research in developing countries. mine for one year. yakhe, uncome ukuba i-Blyvoor ingqine ukuba Awards were presented to a number of institutions and individuals in Accepting Blyvoor’s award, Collie commented that the umgodi omdala, onzulu unokuba ngumgodi recognition of their contribution to the fight against HIV and TB. mine had proved that an old, deep-level gold mine could okhuselekileyo, waze wabulela abantu baseBlyvoor Dr Ncholo’s award was given to him in his personal capacity, in the be a safe mine. “Blyvoor’s first gold was poured in 1942. ngokuzinikezela kwabo rhoqo kukhuseleko, words of his citation, “for setting a living example to colleagues and To date, Blyvoor has achieved a million fatality-free shifts wongeza ngokuthi uyazidla kwaye uwongiwe researchers throughout the country.” The Caritas Care Home operates on 16 occasions – this includes the achievement of two ngokubamela kumabhaso. Ukugqibezela, uCollie from premises donated by ERPM. million fatality-free shifts during 2000. uncome indima ekhuthazayo edlalwa liSebe “We believe this approach helped Blyvoor to win this leZimbiwa naMandla (DME) ekuphuhliseni isiqhelo award. I believe sincerely that we are all responsible for ‘sokhuseleko kuqala’ kwishishini lemigodi. safety – each worker at the workplace, unions and WELL DONE GUYS! Knights Plant, Crown’s operation east of Johannesburg, has achieved a remarkable turnaround, from a loss-making situation to a steady profit in less than a year. Gold production improved by 23% (from 231.89kg to 285.11kg) between the third and fourth quarters of the past financial year and again by 11% to 317.5kg in the quarter ended 30 September. Congratulating Knights Strategic Business Unit Manager Danny Hitge and his team, Crown General Manager Henry Gouws comments: “This fine achievement is attributable to a number of factors: the R2 million capital spent on improving the operation over the past year is bearing fruit; a more consistent feed of material into the plant, caused by improved availability of equipment, has contributed to improved efficiencies; and, most importantly, people’s morale, commitment and belief in the company and themselves are increasing exponentially. Fewer problems to fix mean there is more time available to spend on training and development. Congratulations to all who have shown remarkable dedication and commitment during a difficult year.” A proud moment for Blyvoor’s representatives at the Mine Health and Safety Council dinner on 4 October. Left to right: Chief Safety Officer Willie Nelson, Chief Operating Officer (DRDGOLD SA) Louis Lamsley, General Manager Collie Russouw and Production Manager (South) Jacques Kleynsmith. Bringing books to the community The new Blyvoor Library was and negotiated with Merafong City officially opened on Saturday, Council who staff the library and 29 September. Equipped with over supplied the books.” 6 000 books as well as computer The library’s primary target training facilities, the library is market is the wider Blyvoor housed in a building donated by community, particularly the the mine and formerly used as residents of No 3 and No 5 Hostels, Blyvoor’s post office. as part of the drive to market The project was the brainchild of Blyvoor’s Adult Basic Education Henson Nkayitshana, Blyvoor’s and Training (ABET) drive. NUM co-ordinator and Councillor ILayibrari entsha yaseBlyvoor yavulwa ngokusesikweni ngoMgqibelo, of Merafong City Council’s Ward 5. Front left to right: Sibusiso Radebe (Plant Accountant), Sandile Lamani (Assistant wama-29 Septemba. Ixhotyiswe ngeencwadi ezingaphaya kwama-6 000 “Henson saw the value of the Plant Superintendent), Danny Hitge (SBU Manager), Henry Gouws (General Manager, kwakunye namalungiselelo okuqeqeshwa ngekhompyutha, ilayibrari Crown), Josiah Tsisevhe (Plant Superintendent), Andries Hoffman (Senior Foreman). project from a community ibekeke kwisakhiwo esisisipho esenziwe yimayini esasifudula siyiposi Back left to right: Fred Hefer (Reclamation Foreman), Louis van der Westhuizen perspective, and approached us,” (Fraser Alexander), Alan Lawton (Treatment Foreman), John Addinal (Electrical ofisi yaseBlyvoor. Iprojeki yasungulwa nguHenson Nkayitshana, says Employee Relations Foreman), Jacob Moeketsi (Mechanical Foreman), Marius Koch (Fraser Alexander), umququzeleli weBlyvoor National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) John Hlope (Milling Foreman), Johan Viviers (Boilermaker Foreman). Superintendent Paul Leenderts. noCeba weMerafong City Council kwa-Ward 5. “We put a project team together, Production increases at ERPM FEV shaft ERPM’s FEV shaft has experienced system for shift bosses and mine a turnaround in fortunes with captains and additional focus on impressive production all critical areas. performance recorded over the last On the engineering side, a five months. Says Kobus combination of Schalk’s vision and Swanepoel, Shaft Engineer at FEV: team work has helped bring people “in the past we averaged about closer together. 600/700 tonnes per day, but in the “People are now taking last five months our daily yield has responsibility for their own actions increased to an average of 1 000 – which in itself is an integral part tonnes per day”. of the safety culture we are keen to This is due in no small part, says promote here at FEV shaft, and Kobus, to the appointment of new across DRDGOLD SA as a whole,” Production Manager Schalk Lubbe. says Schalk. “Previously we struggled to Significant modifications at achieve our targets, but when ERPM’s ice plant have resulted in Schalk arrived we felt a definite improvements in underground change of direction here on the cooling at FEV shaft. mine,” says Kobus. “He has helped R20 million has been set aside create and maintain a notable for further infrastructural team dynamic”. improvements, most notably the On the mining side, control incline conveyor at FEV. This measurements put in place should further contribute towards Production Manager Schalk Lubbe and Shaft Engineer Kobus Swanepoel are proud of include new daily blasting the mine’s achievement of its the team spirit achieved at ERPM’s FEV Shaft. schedules, a daily reporting 1 500 tonnes per day target. Crown nurtures talent People are integral to Crown’s drive to unlock future potential (see Crown – beyond 2010 in Asikhulume Issue 5), and making sure that people get the skills and training they need to fulfil their potential is given high priority. Willie Bernard, Promise Sigubudu, Katlego Thekiso and Colin Upton exemplify this approach. All work in the engineering discipline, although in different fields; Katlego and Promise joined the company recently, while Colin and Willie are ‘old hands’ at Crown. Willie joined Crown in 1989, having previously worked at Highveld Steel in Witbank, and mentions the informal style at Crown as one of the things he enjoys. Having started as an instrument technician, he has risen through the ranks to General Engineering Supervisor (GES) level. “We identified him as a good prospect, and, after finishing his studies to National Diploma level, Willie will be ready to write the Government Certificate of Competency,” says Senior Engineer Dean Lindecke. Colin joined Durban Roodepoort Deep Mine (now closed) in 1987, moving to Crown in 1998. Originally qualified as an electrician, he recently qualified as an instrument technician after completing his training at the Rustenburg Platinum training centre. Mookamedi wa Shifti Martin Coertzen le sehlopha sa hae ba atlehile ntshetsopele ya ponahalo ya Shafte ya No 5 Promise joined Crown as an Artisan Assistant in November 2006. ya Blyvoor tlhahisong ya kgwedi ya Loetse – sehlopha se le seng sa baepi, tlasa moepi Vusi Makgota, se fihlelletse “When we found out she had an electrical S4-level qualification, we 17.2m ha ho bapiswa le 13 e neng e habilwe. Maqulwana a tsheletseng karolong ya Martin a epile dimitara tse brought her on board as a Junior Technician; she’s living up to her sekwere tse 1 647 nakong ya kgwedi, ha ho bapiswa le dimitara tse sekwere tse 1 296. name and showing great potential while studying for her National Higher Diploma in electrical engineering,” says Electrical Foreman Hilton Olver, who is mentoring Promise. Katlego also completed technikon studies to S4 level, through the Wits Technikon (now the University of Johannesburg). “I did my MEET BLYVOOR’S practical training at Crown, so was pleased to be able to join the company in May this year,” he says. Mechanical engineering, he says, has been his passion since school days. Four different people, with different skills and aspirations – but all are very much part of Crown’s long-term plans. ACHIEVERS Shift boss Martin Coertzen and his preparation. He believes firmly that “I like the practical challenges team achieved the best face good production and safety results that mining poses, and the variety: advance at Blyvoor’s No 5 Shaft for go hand in hand. no two days are the same,” says the September production month “Martin takes a very Martin, who celebrates 40 years’ – one crew, under miner Vusi professional approach,” says service at Blyvoor next year.” Makgota, achieved 17.2m Mine Overseer Morné van Tonder, Martin has not decided his compared with a target of 13m. “and that includes coaching his retirement date, but has no plans to The six panels in Martin’s section team. Vusi, for example, has leave Carletonville, where he and his mined 1 647 square metres over worked his way up through the wife Mickey own their home. In his the month, compared with a call of ranks in Martin’s crew, and is spare time, Martin is a keen follower Left to right: Senior Engineer Dean Lindecke, Junior Technician Promise Sigubudu, 1 296 square metres. scheduled to start training for a of cricket and rugby (born in Student Engineer Willie Bernard, Student Engineer Katlego Thekiso, Instrument Technician Colin Upton, and Electrical Foreman Hilton Olver. Martin attributes this success to shift boss appointment over the Pretoria, he is an ardent Blue Bulls good team spirit and careful next few months.” supporter), and enjoys gardening. PRODUCTION – People on the move September quarter APPOINTMENTS G Louis Lamsley, Chief DRDGOLD SA’s property All three DRDGOLD SA G Brian Mongoma was Operating Officer (COO) of portfolio,” says DRDGOLD SA operations reported increased appointed Regional DRDGOLD SA, has CEO Niel Pretorius. “As COO, production in the September Occupational Hygienist on announced he will be retiring Louis has taken DRDGOLD SA quarter: 1 October. at the end of the year. Louis, through some difficult times: G ERPM Far East Vertical (FEV) who was appointed to his we are grateful to him and Blyvoor Shaft extends a warm welcome current position in January Lizette for their commitment 1 239kg, a 4% increase. to Christo Nelson, who has 2006, has nearly 35 years’ and sacrifice, and wish them Crown recently been appointed Chief experience in the gold mining well in this new phase of their 758kg, an 8% increase. Safety Officer at the FEV site. industry. “We are fortunate lives. We are also delighted that Look out for profiles of Brian that Louis has agreed to stay we will have the continued Louis Lamsley acting as chef for the ERPM DRDGOLD SA team in this year’s and Christo in future issues on as a Consulting Engineer, benefit of his experience and Kyalami Round Table Bed Race, an event 776kg, a 28% increase. of Asikhulume. senior mentor, and head of guidance in his new capacity.” held annually to raise money for charity. Keeping DRDGOLD’s wheels turning Group Procurement Manager In 1990, Kevin joined sometimes stretched to the Kevin Hall is responsible for Hartebeesfontein Gold Mine, then utmost, but you keep on your procurement across DRDGOLD part of Avgold, which later toes. At least you’re not kept in a SA. Based at Blyvoor, Kevin and became part of DRDGOLD’s pigeon-hole – there’s opportunity his small team handle the North West Operations, now to branch out and get involved.” purchase of all the capital owned by Simmer & Jack. Kevin and his wife Linda (who equipment, consumable goods “Avgold’s management didn’t works for the Corporate office), and services required to keep realise I’d been sold to North West and children Natalie (18) and DRDGOLD SA’s operations Ops along with the mine,” recalls Calvin (16) live in the Blyvoor working efficiently. Kevin with a smile. village (“you can keep Jo’burg and Kevin grew up in “I got some panic-stricken its traffic”). Vanderbijlpark, and started his calls from Lorraine Mine in the Free In his spare time, Kevin’s great career with Metal Box. “I decided State, asking who was going to interests include keeping German I didn’t want to be a sales rep, and handle all their contracts – in the Shepherds and breeding parrots. moved to the buying department, end I ran both jobs for six months!” as procurement was then known, Kevin is positive about in Iscor, then South Africa’s iron DRDGOLD SA. “It’s a challenging Kevin with Caesar, one of his fine and steel producer and supplier.” environment, and you are German Shepherd dogs. Outwit, outlast, Dibana noKevin Hall STOP PRESS outplay UMphathi waMalungiselelo eQela (Group Procurement) uKevin Hall unoxanduva lokubonelela As Asikhulume went amalungiselelo ayo yonke i-DRDGOLD SA. Ngokubekeka eBlyvoor, uKevin negqiza lakhe elincinci bajongene nokuthengwa kwazo zonke izixhobo zesiseko, iimpahla ezisebenzisekayo neenkonzo ezifunekayo to press, we learned ukugcina iinkqubo zikaDRDGOLD SA zisebenza ngokufanelekileyo. that Amanda had UKevin unethemba malunga neDRDGOLD SA. “Yimekobume ecela umngeni, yaye ngamanye amaxesha made it to the final ubambeka kangangoko, kodwa kufuneka uhlale uthe qwa. Okungenani awugcinwanga enkontyolweni – akhona amathuba okuphuma nawokuthi ubandakanyeke.” four in the current UKevin nenkosikazi yakhe uLinda (osebenzela iofisi yeMbumba), nabantwana uNatalie (18) noCalvin (16) Survivor series. bahlala kumzi waseBlyvoor. Amanda Hoosen (centre) has proved her survival skills. An unusual hobby First corporate golf These are the objectives of participants in Survivor, the popular reality TV show that has become a familiar feature in Stephanie Meyer, Assistant Risk Officer and Executive the tractors to shows around the country. day held at Blyvoor many countries worldwide. Amanda Hoosen (DRDGOLD Secretary to Niel Pretorius, “In February this year Lourens Ltd’s Manager, Internal Audit has an unusual hobby. bought me my very own vintage and Compliance) has “My husband, Lourens, tractor, a 1949 John Deere M, demonstrated an impressive started restoring vintage which was in a very good command of these skills in the tractors about four years ago: condition and did not require series currently being shown in the process, which can take up any restoring – I think to pique South Africa. to two years if you need to my interest, as he was spending Amanda has studied and source parts from overseas, so much time in the workshop! worked extensively in the United involves stripping down, “I do give my tractor a little States, and it was there that she sandblasting, repairing, panel- dusting off every now and first became interested in taking beating and respraying. then – and proudly took it on show part in Survivor. “You have to be a “He has restored two 1950s recently to the Willem Prinsloo US citizen to enter, so, when the tractors to perfection – then, of Mampoer Festival, when I was the South African version came out, course, you need a truck to get only woman in the parade!” after I came back home, I just pounced on it.” Amanda has survived up to the key stage of the merger of the two tribes (Bajau and Iban in the current series). Before this point, as players are voted off, they leave the island: after the merger, some players who are voted off become part of the jury, and have a part to play in deciding the final winner. Asked what is the most challenging aspect of the show, Amanda answers without hesitation: “The psychological aspects – obviously you must be reasonably physically fit, but it’s not about bush survival skills, “Now what’s the best angle for this shot?” Blyvoor General Manager Collie Russouw it’s a social experiment about weighs up his options. group dynamics that is Blyvoor’s golf course, rated among and wished the participants good intellectually challenging. In the the top hundred courses in the luck. Human Resources Manager earlier stages, the weakest players country (see the May 2007 issue of Colin Goodwin acted as master tend to get voted off: later on, Asikhulume), was the scene of of ceremonies. strong players are perceived as DRDGOLD SA’s inaugural The Blyvoor team won the the greater threats, so the trick is corporate golf day, held on competition with Corporate and to position yourself somewhere 12 September. Plans are in place to ERPM coming in second and in the middle.” make this a quarterly event, held at third respectively. And what was the most Russell and Associates 1371/07 rotating venues. Some 13 four-ball The day concluded with a potjie valuable lesson learned? “To teams competed in the Better Ball competition, won by the Blyvoor appreciate the basics of life – Stableford competition. Metallurgical Plant, whose entry especially bathrooms and clean Golf Club Chairman Joseph was described as ‘awesome’ by all clothes every day!” Rammusa welcomed all present, who tasted it.