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Political tensions give precious metal miners pressure respite

POLITICAL ructions globally and domestically have provided respite to South Africa's precious metal producers which unveiled some 21,000 in potential job losses in June...

Sibanye offers AMCU return to work proposal, no pay hike beyond...

Sibanye-Stillwater has offered the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) a proposal to get its striking members in the gold sector back to...

Acacia CEO quits two weeks after Barrick compact with Tanzania

ACACIA Mining, the Tanzanian gold miner in which Barrick Gold has a 64.9% stake, has been dealt a serious blow after two of its...

Blyvoor, Beatrix back in business

Striking employees at Village Main Reef’s marginal Blyvooruitzicht mine have returned to work following their acceptance of a wage hike proposal.

Pan African tipped for more gains

Pan African Holdings has posted share price gains of around 34% in 2011, following a 27% rise in 2010. Some may ask whether it is time to sell on a high.

Great Basin narrows June quarter loss

Great Basin Gold reported a narrowing in year-on-year losses for the June quarter and said its flagship South African mine, Burnstone, would reach commercial production in September.

Gold tipped to peak at $1,500/oz as equities pose risk –...

THE gold price could peak at $1,500 per ounce during 2018, said GFMS Gold survey owing to the risk posed by high-flying equities. "Our forecast...

Gold One takeover deal in home stretch

Gold One International shareholders who choose to accept a takeover offer from a Chinese consortium will bag their returns before Christmas.

Century-old Agnes to get new lease on life with Galane Gold

TORONTO-listed Galane Gold plans to have the Galaxy Gold operation (formerly the Agnes Mine) situated near Barberton in South Africa's Mpumalanga province back into...

Harmony bullish despite Q4 headline loss

Harmony Gold reported a fourth-quarter headline loss of 6c per share, but was bullish on the gold price and output for the group's next financial year.