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Centamin targets 580,000 oz for 2018 after hitting 2017 guidance

EGYPTIAN gold mining firm, Centamin, slightly exceeded full-year production guidance, and said it would lift output again in the current financial year. Fourth quarter production...

The gospel according to Mark

AngloGold Ashanti CEO Mark Cutifani has in the four years since his unheralded appointment done as much to conserve features of the company as change it.

Mines debate hurts sector, says Cutifani

AngloGold Ashanti CEO Mark Cutifani has said talks of mine nationalisation were hurting investment in the sector, reports Business Day.

No nationalisation, says Gold Fields

Gold Fields CEO Nick Holland remains confident that nationalisation will not happen, although he concedes it is increasingly worrying foreign investors.

Boom times return for DRDGold

DRDGold shares are on the up as the marginal gold producer reports soaring profits from the booming rand gold price, with the prospect of plenty more to come if those prices hold up.

Silver lining provided by DRDGold

DRDGold has long retired its Roodepoort Rocket preferring a more pedestrian profile that nevertheless is delivering returns to shareholders.

AngloGold says mass safety audits debilitate its mines

SRINIVASAN Venkatakrishnan, CEO of AngloGold Ashanti, has added his voice to criticism that the South African government is wrongly applying safety-related audits and checks. He...

Harmony to book hefty R5.3bn impairment on ageing SA mines

REDUCED life of mine plans and uninspiring business conditions in South Africa are behind R5.3bn in impairments due to be booked by Harmony Gold...

Bristow ‘facilitating’ Acacia, Tanzania dispute forwards, says attorney-general

TALKS between the Government of Tanzania and Barrick Gold Corporation were “facilitated” when Mark Bristow took over the Canadian gold producer, said Bloomberg News...

Gold Fields South Deep strike in day four with arson, violence...

A STRIKE at the premises of Gold Fields' South Deep gold mine, west of Johannesburg, is set to move into its fifth day tomorrow...