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Endeavour to sell Tabakoto mine in Mali to Algom Resources for...

ENDEAVOUR Mining made short work of its desire to sell Tabakoto, a gold mine in Mali which the Toronto-listed group said at its second...

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.

Minorities in U-turn on First Uranium deals

The sale of gold producer First Uranium’s key assets is close to a done deal after a block of minority shareholders ran out of options in a battle to stop the transactions.

AngloGold’s Dushnisky talks up $550m plan to breathe new life into...

NEW AngloGold Ashanti CEO, Kelvin Dushnisky, has given a glowing endorsement of the prospects for the group’s Obuasi gold mine currently under development at...

Simmers weighs alternatives to rights offer

Junior gold producer Simmer & Jack Mines says it is investigating alternative solutions to the proposed rights offer.

South Deep downgrades could send Gold Fields on project hunt

TRY as it might, Gold Fields is struggling to make ends meet at South Deep, its South African gold mine. Earlier this year, it...

AngloGold quake hit mines to resume

AngloGold Ashanti estimated some 30,000 oz would be lost following the six day closure of two quake-hit mines in South Africa's North West province.

AngloGold to keep hedge options open

AngloGold Ashanti's Mark Cutifani says the group will keep an open mind on removing the remainder of its hedge book, now less than a year's production.

Re-elected AMCU president Joseph Mathunjwa declares himself “good”, not “great”

JOSEPH Mathunjwa was re-elected president of the Association of Mineworkers & Construction Union (AMCU) at the weekend following the union's first elective conference, which...

Searching gold on the ocean’s bottom

At the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, on the West Coast of South Africa, there is gold. How much is still unknown - and whether it would make economic sense to exploit it.