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AngloGold ups its stake in Brazilian mine

AngloGold Ashanti has bought the 50% it doesn’t already own in Brazil’s Serra Grande mine from Kinross Gold for $220m.

More options on gold being offered

Gold bulls are being offered more long-shot investment options following the pioneering work of Wits Gold in exploring the unmined, deep-level resources left on the Witwatersrand.

Gold Fields upgrades balance sheet with $1bn in new bonds

GOLD Fields has raised $1bn in two new bonds, a development that is part of its stated efforts this year to improve its credit...

Briggs “stunned’ over Wafi-Golpu finance queries

Harmony Gold Mining Company CEO Graham Briggs says he is astonished about the scepticism the group is facing over its ability to finance the future development of Wafi-Golpu.

CRG attracts $148m rival bid from Chinese

In one of the most unusual bidding wars in Johannesburg's gold sector for years, two Hong Kong firms will bid up to $150m for troubled miner Central Rand Gold.

Harmony cut costs at Hidden Valley

Harmony Gold says it has cut costs at the Hidden Valley mine in Papua New Guinea, though it also experienced unscheduled "mechanical downtime" on an ore conveyer.

Hummingbird studies plan to boost Yanfolila output 45%

HUMMINGBIRD Resources is considering a proposal which may boost gold production at its Yanfolila gold project in Mali by about 45% to some 150,000...

Steenkamp crazy to have taken Harmony job?

Harmony's Graham Briggs insists the firm is in good shape, but analysts think his successor, Peter Steenkamp, has a job of work on his hands.

Mineworker dies before court ruling

A week before the Constitutional Court ruled on his claim for R2.6m in health damages from AngloGold, a mineworker died of lung disease.

Acacia shareholder, Fidelity, declares Barrick minority takeout offer 50% too low

BARRICK Gold's attempts to bring a close to a two-year dispute with the Tanzanian government may be heading for failure, according to Reuters in...