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World Bank warns Tanzania against hurting investor sentiment

REGULATORY change in Tanzania has caught the attention of the World Bank which said in a report today that private sector investment was a...

Does South Deep crisis close our eyes to the good in...

THE enigma concerning Gold Fields is this: how come a group with roots going back a century in deep-level gold mining in South Africa...

Hostile Newmont merger proposal created conditions for Barrick JV

MARK Bristow, CEO of Barrick Gold, said the firm’s hostile takeover bid for Newmont Mining may have been conducive to creating a platform for...

Burnstone is on the mend – CEO Ferdi Dippenaar

The troubled Burnstone mine is getting back on track according to an update from Great Basin Gold, but RBC Capital Markets has remained cautious following a recent visit.

Bombs planted at Harmony mine

Harmony Gold has found bombs in the ventilation system of its Phakisa mine after an explosion killed four people last week.

Grootvlei to wade into acid water crisis

Aurora Empowerment Systems says the Grootvlei mine would double its capacity to pump acid mine water, possibly as early as Friday.

Sibanye to reconsider dividends after SA Govt. hikes tax

SIBANYE Gold CEO, Neal Froneman, dropped a bombshell today saying he would reconsider the firm's dividend strategy after the South African government increased the...

Dismissal scuppers Pamodzi deal, says Motala

The dismissal of two Pamodzi liquidators has jeopardised a possible transaction to rescue the assets, according to one of the pair.

Gold One reiterates 2011 target

Gold One International has confirmed its 2011 production guidance at 120,000 gold ounces.

South Deep hiccough tempers Gold Fields

Gold Fields produced good March quarter figures in which it lowered net debt, but a minor output adjustment at South Deep will give grounds for unease.