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Gold One bondholders stay put

Mining junior Gold One International says none of its bondholders has exercised a once-off put option to redeem bonds for cash.

Gold falls most since July

GOLD has suffered its biggest fall in four months, tumbling 3% as Chinese rate-hike talk and eurozone debt worries triggered widespread unwinding of risk in commodities.

Fitch downgrades Harmony

Fitch Ratings has lowered its assessment of Harmony Gold, maintaining a negative outlook for future re-ratings because of concerns over the gold producer’s cash holdings.

Num to go ahead with South Deep strike

Strike action will begin on Friday evening at Gold Field's South Deep mine, says the National Union of Mineworkers.

Euro debt worries weigh on gold

Gold has suffered a broad retreat, triggered by a stronger dollar, talk about euro zone sovereign debt and speculation China may hike interest rates.

Gold price, output boost AngloGold

AngloGold Ashanti's figures received a shot in the arm from the rallying gold price and an increase in production, posting adjusted headline earnings of R2.1bn for the September quarter.

Investors take a shine to AngloGold

Shares in AngloGold Ashanti have traded at levels last seen early 2009 - an indication that sentiment for SA’s gold miners may begin to catch up with the ongoing gold rally.

Zoellick: no gold standard, but role key

World Bank President Robert Zoellick is not advocating a return to a gold standard, but says the metal is the "the elephant in the room" that policymakers need to acknowledge.

Gold One upbeat on Modder East drilling

Gold One International says the results of its drilling programme at its flagship Modder East mine have confirmed an extension to the high grade shoreline.

AngloGold net C$70m from B2Gold share sales

AngloGold Ashanti has realised net proceeds of C$70m from the sale of its entire holding in Vancouver-based gold producer B2Gold Corporation.