When the Lion Feeds - Part 2, Witwatersrand: Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Part 2, Witwatersrand: Chapters 4-6 Summary

They climb to the high veld. A ribbon of road stretches before them and they follow excitedly until they see the signpost. Right points to Pretoria and left points to Witwatersrand. The left fork is well used and Sean rides faster until they come up the ridge and see tents and wagons scattered as far as they can see. A four stamp mill is running, but they have the advantage of money. When men get tired of working claims that do not pay out right away, they will be inclined to sell. Duff sees Francois du Toit—who worked the diamond fields with him. They catch up, and he tells Duff there are three reefs running side by side like layers. The outer reef has traces, the main reef is six feet thick in places, but the bottom one is...

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