Industry news


Gold Fields hands over R27m Westonaria housing project

Gold Fields Limited is pleased to announce that it yesterday handed over 150 subsidised housing units to the Westonaria Local Municipality and the Gauteng Department of Human Settlements.

Five companies to seek comprehensive solution on occupational lung disease

Anglo American South Africa, AngloGold Ashanti, Gold Fields, Harmony and Sibanye (“the companies”) announce that they have formed an industry working group to address issues relating to compensation and medical care for occupational lung disease (OLD) in the gold mining industry in South Africa.

Harmony publishes its suite of reports for the financial year ended 2014, which includes its notice of the annual general meeting

Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (‘Harmony’) is pleased to announce that it published its suite of reports today for the financial year ended 30 June 2014 (FY14). These reports include:

Sibanye Gold - Announcing our new website

Sibanye is pleased to announce the launch of our new website, designed with a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation.

Harmony receives ‘top honours’ by CDP for carbon disclosure and reporting

Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (‘Harmony’) is pleased to have been recognised by the CDP South Africa as the top scorer in the CDP South Africa Climate Change Report 2014 published yesterday (15 October 2014). CDP represents 767 investors globally, with around US$92 trillion in assets.

Joburg Indaba: Investing in Resources and Mining in Africa

The second annual Joburg Indaba takes place this week in Johannesburg on Wednesday and Thursday 8-9 October.

Gold Fields opens ICT centre in Ghana

Gold Fields Ghana, the country’s largest gold producer and highest tax payer, with mines in Tarkwa and Damang, has commissioned an Information Technology Centre at Huni Valley in the Western Region, in honour of the Late President John Evans Atta Mills.

AngloGold Ashanti Provides Update on Proposed Restructuring, and Withdraws Cautionary Announcement

Following the announcement of the proposed corporate restructuring and capital raising on 10 September 2014, AngloGold Ashanti has, as planned, engaged extensively with shareholders holding almost two-thirds of its issued share capital, to solicit feedback on these proposals. The proposed restructuring would create a London-listed entity to house the company’s international assets with the South African assets remaining at AngloGold Ashanti, thus creating two simpler and more focused entities.

All roads lead to Denver

In September every year, gold companies from around the world head for Denver, Colorado, the home of the Denver Gold Forum. Here they meet with and present to some of the largest investment funds in the world during a jam-packed three day conference. This year is no exception: A total of 172 mining companies – 129 of them gold companies – have qualified to participate in the Forum. And South Africa’s Big Four – AngloGold Ashanti, Gold Fields, Harmony and Sibanye – will all be there.

Sibanye Gold enters into Section 189 consultations on the future of the Cooke 4 mine

Sibanye Gold advises shareholders that a consultation process in terms of section 189A of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 ("LRA") will be entered into with organised labour and other relevant stakeholders.