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For those of you who ever read Bryce Courtney’s classic The Power of One, you would remember that most of the story is set in 1940s Barberton. Much has improved over the past 70 years, but Barberton remains well-known and reputable as a land of opportunity in gold.

Barberton is named after Graham Hoare Barber, who discovered a rich gold-bearing reef in the area. As such, Barberton has since become renowned as a gold mining town and is home to a variety of mines such as Agnes and Barberton mines.

Barberton mines is the birthplace of BIOX (‘Biological Oxidation’), an environmentally friendly process of releasing the gold from the sulphide that surrounds, using organisms that perform this process naturally. Barberton is still used as the training facility for all BIOX plants globally

Exhibitors we would like to see include sugar and agricultural suppliers including piping and irrigation.

This is our 7th exhibition in the area.The last show was in 2017

  • We had 94 registered visitors and
  • 34 exhibitors booked at the last exhibition

Visitors invited to expo:

Useful Links:

  • Barberton mines
  • Agnes gold mine
  • Sappi
  • Lomati mill
  • Strathmore magnesite mine
  • Ingwenya Mineral Processing
  • Nkomati mine
  • Nkomati anthracite mine
  • Manganese Metal Company
  • Local industry



Per stand – Excl. VAT
1 – 5 shows R10 300
6 – 11 shows R8 900
12 + shows R8 050
2 x combos R15 900
3 x combos R20 700



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