Investors have sent Jupiter Mines (ASX: JMS) shares up as much as 14% on news that production at the Tshipi managanese mine in South Africa was tracking ahead of full-year targets while Tshipi's cash coffers were fuller than expected. Tshipi (owned 49% by Perth-based Jupiter) expects to distribute ZAR1.5 billion (~$A150 million) to its shareholders in September, with Jupiter confirming today it intended to pass most of the cash on to its shareholders in dividends.
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