Conversations about Gold

This is Gold is about bringing the industry to life. In this section we feature Conversations about Gold – which highlights key discussions about the industry, People of Gold – which introduces some of the most vibrant and interesting people in the industry, and Places of Gold – which shows the mines that keep the industry going.

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People of Gold: Lutho Zono, a beneficiary of the South Deep Education Trust

This is how Lutho Zono recently expressed her gratitude for what the South Deep Education Trust has given her.

People of Gold: Manana Mokgalakgadi

August is a symbolic month for South Africa as the country reflects on the progress women have made since 1956 when, on 9 August, thousands of women united to protest against racial segregation – crying out “Wathint’abafazi, wathint’ imbokodo” (“You strike a woman, you strike a rock”).

People of Gold: Ntsoaki Annah Kgama

August is a symbolic month for South Africa as the country reflects on the progress women have made since 1956 when, on 9 August, thousands of women united to protest against racial segregation – crying out “Wathint’abafazi, wathint’ imbokodo” (“You strike a woman, you strike a rock”).

The World Gold Council publishes report on the global gold mining industry

The report, entitled The social and economic impacts of gold mining, examines the wider social and economic footprint of gold mining and its implications for growth and development.