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AngloGold unveils five-fold dividend lift, plots gold production growth to 2025

ANGLOGOLD Ashanti today declared a five-fold increase in the full-year dividend and set out plans for 5% higher annual gold production by 2025. These measures...

Goviex produces leaner $347m Madaouela uranium pre-feasibility study

GOVIEX said an updated prefeasibility study of its Madaouela uranium prospect in Niger had delivered a leaner, more financeable project. Initial capital on Madaouela has...

Harmony Gold to post major leap in interim share earnings on...

HARMONY Gold will report an increase in interim headline share earnings for its 2021 financial year of up to 219% owing to higher production...

Sibanye-Stillwater ready to deal again with eyes set on next gold...

NEAL Froneman, CEO of Sibanye-Stillwater, said the company could marshall up to $3bn in cash and press recently re-rated equity into action as it...

Holland ranks demerger of SA gold mines among his finest achievements...

THE move to unbundle all of Gold Fields' South African mines bar South Deep into Sibanye (which became Sibanye-Stillwater) "... was one of my...

Barrick CEO waiting on gold price “visibility” before committing to dividend...

BARRICK Gold CEO, Mark Bristow, said the company would not yet commit to a long-term dividend policy and would most probably refrain from short-term...

Sibanye-Stillwater approves R6.8bn in gold, PGM projects as focus shifts to...

SIBANYE-Stillwater declared a final dividend of R9.4bn, equal to 321 South African cents a share, for its 2020 financial year, and said it would...

Hedging overshadows Gold Fields’ 2020, commits 1m oz in new contracts...

GOLD Fields quadrupled headline earnings to $729.3m (2019: $162.7m) in the year to December despite its results being negatively affected by realised losses from...

South32 flags risk of delay on SA coal exports owing to...

SOUTH32 has raised a flag on possible South African coal export delays if the underperformance of the country's government-owned transport and logistics company, Transnet, was...

Vedanta warns off KCM asset pickers as Zambia’s provisional liquidator proceeds...

VEDANTA Resources has warned potential buyers of assets held in its 85%-owned Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) that any corporate activity would be "deemed inappropriate",...