Carletonville


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Carletonville

 

a city in the Republic of South Africa, inTransvaal Province. Population, 103, 500 (1968), of whom80, 000 are Bantu. It is one of the centers of the gold-miningWitwatersrand region. Carleton ville has food processing andlight industries.

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In the 20th century the large gold mines on the West Wits line were established, and towns like Carletonville and Klerksdorp became important and busy centres around the world-famous gold mines viz Kloof, Driefontein and Western Deep levels.
Ambulance service Distress Alert confirmed that the unnamed woman had been certified dead by paramedics at the scene of the pile-up outside of Carletonville, southwest of Johannesburg, in the early hours of June 24.
Workers at the mortuary in Carletonville had loaded the crash victims into the fridges and were filling in forms when one went to check on the bodies, it was reported.
FILE PHOTO: A general shot of Driefontein Gold Mine shaft, located 70 km (43 miles) west of Johannesburg, is seen near Carletonville, South Africa.
The world's deepest underground mine is South Africa's Carletonville gold deposit: the mining depth is 4000 m and the ground temperatures is 70[degrees]C.
The team organised a memorial service for him in Holmfirth on Saturday, January 23 and his body was flown home two days later accompanied by his family and a burial, as promised to him, was in Carletonville, South Africa.
Arion se gedigreeks "Oorlog aan Edelstenen" wat geskryf is om mynwerkers wat in 1973 in die mynongeluk by Carletonville gesterf het, te gedenk, sal vir die SuidAfrikaanse leser interessant wees.
Rita said: "When he came out of his National Service we moved out to South Africa to a place called Carletonville.
The vigilantes then moved on to the nearby town of Carletonville where they stoned to death two more suspected gang members.
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