Saturday, April 21, 2018

Gold Fields aims to produce one million ounces of the precious metal per year in South America by 2015, says the company's regional chief.

Gold guru Martin Murenbeeld's Christmas message to investors is positive and he thinks he's being unduly conservative in his outlook.

THE return to favour of South Africa’s gold sector among investors was effectively rubber-stamped today as both Sibanye Gold and Gold Fields took their...

Gold Fields' joint venture in Kyrgyzstan will suspend drilling after supporters of its exploration project in the Central Asian state have received death threats.

Gold Fields said it was seeking reopening of its heap leaching activities at Tarkwa gold mine in Ghana after offering to build water treatment facilities there.

South Africa's gold output during the third quarter rose 2.1% compared with the second quarter, says the Chamber of Mines.

A fire broke out at Harmony Gold's Doornkop mine, where production is now suspended, only days after the firm said it would restructure the operation.

First Quantum Minerals says a court has upheld its claim against the cancellation of its Kolwezi tailings project in Democratic Republic of Congo.

Iamgold says operations at its Essakane mine in Burkina Faso are not affected by riots in the southern part of the West African nation.

Geopolitical risk and interest rate decreases mean gold is back in the news, but unlike previous rallies in 2014 and 2015, this one looks like it could be sustained.