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Platinum, gold CEOs say it’s time to bring curtain down on...

THE era of deep-level gold and platinum mining in South Africa, which is the world leader in these fields, is drawing to a close...

AngloGold takes organic growth route with Tropicana output lift

ANGLOGOLD said it would increase gold production from its Tropicana mine in western Australia after extending the mineral reserves of the operation some 45%. Annualised...

DRDGold, Village still in talks over Blyvoor

DRDGold has said its negotiations with Village Main Reef regarding the latter's R150m bid for Blyvooruitzicht Gold Mining Company are "still continuing".

All eyes on gold majors’ numbers

The strong rand is expected to erode the benefit of the rise in gold's dollar price for SA’s top three producers - scheduled to report third-quarter earnings in November.

Barrick unveils tilt at Newmont as gold industry consolidation takes breathtaking...

THE reconfiguration of the world’s gold mining industry took another breath-taking turn today after Barrick Gold proposed an all-stock merger with US gold firm, Newmont...

Ex miner drags AngloGold to Con Court

The Constitutional Court will hear the case of a former miner claims working underground AngloGold Ashanti's mines caused severe damages to his health.

Royalties may shut 75% of Zimbabwe gold sector

Royalties could make three-quarters of Zimbabwe's gold sector unviable, said the country's Chamber of Mines which called for sweeping policy changes this year.

South Deep strike ‘hurts’ Gold Fields

Gold Fields says the strike at its South Deep mine is having a "material impact' on production.

Absa plans gold ETF expansion

Botswana is to get its first gold backed exchange traded fund with more planned for the rest of Africa, according to Absa which developed the R14.7bn NewGold ETF.

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.