It's jewish fud.
It's mineralization in the Ernest Henry mine.
It's clearly the remnants of an asteroid.
The mineralization is not all that much spread out compared to the size of the actual asteroid.
So asteroids prior to impact surely have higher grades of like an order of magnitude or maybe 2 orders of magnitude (like 100x) but they are far from solid gold.
The witwatersrand basin is the site of one of the largest impact craters on earth, the vredefort impact structure and also the site of the largest gold deposit ever mined.
I think about 50000 tonnes got mined, but it's exhausted now.
They didnt leave another 500,000 tonnes in the ground.
That asteroid didnt have more than 100,000 tonnes of gold in it.
Yet it was several miles wide to have been able to make such a crater.
Try to fly to a several mile wide asteroid and get 100,000 tonnes of gold processed out of it in space with light weight space equipment.
It's big BS.
The best way is to get the asteroid to earth and crash land and then scoop up the gold.
And that's exactly what a gold mine already is anyway.