The company - which focuses on zinc, copper, nickel, gold and platinum-group elements in South Africa and Australia - became the 13th firm to list on the bourse this year.
Head of primary markets at the JSE, Prejelin Naggan, said the exchange was privileged to welcome a new foreign company to the market and the South African economy.
“The JSE is proud to be able to assist Orion Minerals in its development strategy in South Africa. This listing is testimony that this country continues to draw global companies, and the listing will also broaden the range of mining assets to which investors can get exposure on the JSE,” he said.
Naggan said by listing on the JSE - one of the top 20 exchanges in the world in terms of market capitalisation - Orion Minerals could grow its potential South African investor pool.