he Andradite Garnet is a relatively common mineral of the Kalahari Manganese Fields. It is often found lining vugs and cavities along the roof or floor of the Manganese ore beds.
Andradite Garnet is Maganese rich, giving it a lovely wine-red colour. It has been found at all mines within the Manganese Fields, but the best specimens are from N'Chwaning I and II, Wessels, Hotazel and Black Rock mines.
Hausmanite, Calcite, Hematite and Gaudefroyite have all been known to be associated with the Andradite Garnet.
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