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One of SA’s oldest gold mines fights for its life

Barbrook and its sister mine Lily court local and overseas investors as part of a plan to bring the pair out of business rescue.

Gold gets ignored as global equity rout fails to fire up havens

Gold’s failure to react to significant market fluctuations and escalating trade war concerns has been in focus.

The human cost of SA gold

More than 50 people have died in the country’s mines in 2018.

Fate of SA gold rests on one giant, loss-making mine

Can South Deep deliver?

What’s behind the drop in gold and platinum?

The US dollar and stock prices are surging, prompting a flight from speculative investments.

Gold’s beauty contest may still have legs

The metal retains its charms, even if the market has lost vigor.

Final death toll at Sibanye-Stillwater gold mine rises to seven

Six others are recovering in hospital after being trapped underground for two days.

Harmony Gold’s H1 profit rises 49%

Boosted by improved performance at its South African operations.

Gold market mulling blockchain for $200bn of supply

Bullion joins commodities from oil to tomatoes in ledger push.

SA has 39 years of gold left

Sustaining South Africa's gold reserves is an ongoing challenge due to cost structures.

Gold had its best year since 2010

Gold bulls weathered rising US interest rates, record-high equity markets and an improving global economy.

‘Nobody cares about gold’ as funds seek thrills elsewhere

Traders dump net-bullish bets at fastest pace in five months.

Don’t expect fireworks for gold in 2018, just a nudge higher

Bullion set to rise marginally as real interest rates stay low and the dollar weakens.

Mysterious gold trades of 4 million ounces spur price plunge

Prices poised for biggest loss in more than three weeks.



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