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Sibanye says platinum mine shaft shut until official inspection

Department of mineral resources issued a notice, barring the company from resuming operations at Thembelani shaft.

Gold gets taken for a ride as price gyrates after Fed comments

Gold traders have been on a rollercoaster.

Gold Fields regains some of its lustre

Past capital expenditure rewarded with an increase in production and decrease in operating costs.

Gold worth billions smuggled out of Africa

Customs data shows the UAE imported $15.1bn worth of gold from Africa in 2016.

Dog fight over the carcass of Vantage Goldfields

It’s headed for a court showdown, as new buyer waits in the wings.

Metallon halts output at three Zimbabwe gold mines over debts

Country's gold industry under continued stress.

Gold output has longest losing streak since 2009

Deeper ore bodies, labour strife, high costs and policy uncertainty have crimped gold output.

Saudi Arabia’s gold miner plans to be a global top-20 supplier

Saudi Arabian Mining wants to more than double gold output within five years.

AngloGold Ashanti adds Argentina mine to ‘for sale’ list

AngloGold says another owner may be better placed to invest in extending the life of Cerro Vanguardia in Argentina.

Harmony Gold expects drop in half-year earnings per share

Harmony Gold said a depreciation charge, lower derivatives gains and unfavourable currency conversion hit earnings.

The mine of the future has arrived

With driverless trucks operating 1km underground.

Sibanye sees potential for buying SA gold assets

AngloGold Ashanti's Mponeng mine and Gold Fields’s South Deep operation would both into Sibanye Gold's portfolio.

Gold deal rush sweeps by broader mining sector

Executives say they expect the focus to stay on mid-tier gold companies.

Gold demand up amid biggest central-bank buying spree in decades

Global gold demand rises 4%.



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