Sunday, January 21, 2018

Metallurgical problems in newly commissioned technology would result in a 14% decline in March quarter production for the gold retreatment firm.

FOUR employees of Sibanye Gold were injured, two seriously, following illegal industrial action during the night shift on October 3 at the firm's Cooke...

The Great Basin Gold share price has continued to drop despite CEO Ferdi Dippenaar's personal vote of confidence in using R500,000 of his own money to buy the stock.

Some 8,100 workers were reinstated at Gold Fields KDC East mine after a 23-day strike at the mine was ended, the company said.

The sale of gold producer First Uranium’s key assets is close to a done deal after a block of minority shareholders ran out of options in a battle to stop the transactions.

AngloGold Ashanti will resume operations at its Great Noligwa mine after a fatality.

JCI, the company pursued for billions of rands by sister company Randgold & Exploration, is running short of cash, but it is looking at a variety of options to raise money. It is looking at a possible resumption of its JSE listing by year-end.

Gold Fields is on track to achieve its ouput guidance for 2012, after producing 862,000 oz of gold during the second quarter.

The listing of Sibanye Gold on February 11 will provide a glimpse of how foreign investors view South African risk.

After successfully stamping out illegal mining at its Barberton operations, junior gold mine Pan African plans to raise production by 25% over the next five years.