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Mark Bristow
Mark Bristow

Kibali opened, could herald birth of new DRC economic region – Bristow

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Minister of Mines Martin Kabwelulu on Friday officially opened the Kibali gold mine, operated and developed by Africa-focused miner Randgold Resources. The mine, which would rank as one of the largest gold mines...
2nd May 2014

Output from Randgold's Tongon mine to hit 260 000 oz in 2014

Gold production from Randgold Resources's Tongon mine, in northern Ivory Coast, will hit 260 000 oz this year, up from 233 591 oz in 2013, the company said. Randgold CEO Mark Bristow said that if gold prices remained between $1 200/oz and $1...
29th April 2014

Randgold targets 1m oz output for 2014 as resource base expands

Africa-focused miner Randgold Resources aims to exceed one-million ounces of consolidated gold production in 2014 and is closing in on its long-term goal of 1.2-million ounces by 2015, CEO Mark Bristow said in the company's 2013 yearly report on...
28th March 2014
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Randgold's Resource Base Expands, As It Plans For The Next 10 Years PDF Available

Randgold Resources increased its total attributable mineral resources in 2013 despite depletion from mining in a year that delivered record production. The company’s annual resource and reserve declaration, published today as part of its annual...
28th March 2014

Randgold commissions sulphide circuit at DRC flagship

Gold miner Randgold Resources has started commissioning of the sulphide circuit at the Kibali gold mine, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Kibali started production from its openpit through its oxide circuit last September and completing...
25th February 2014

South Sudan is medium-term frontier of choice for Randgold - CEO

Africa-focused bullion producer Randgold Resources says South Sudan is its first choice as a country to explore and mine for gold, with CEO Mark Bristow estimating that the conflict there will be over in four to five years. Since secession from...
6th February 2014

Crunch time for gold mining industry

Randgold Resources CEO Mark Bristow Industry leaders have said the tumble in the gold price, as well as concerns about the regulatory environment and tax regimes in gold-producing countries in Africa, have cranked up the pressure over the past year. “After ten years of a bull...
5th February 2014

Africa’s mining countries must try harder – Bristow

Growing uncertainty about the regulatory environments and tax regimes in Africa’s mining jurisdictions was discouraging international investment in these countries’ mining industries, LSE- and Nasdaq-listed Randgold Resources CEO Mark Bristow...
5th February 2014

Randgold reports stellar performance, poised for 'step-up' in 2014

Randgold Resources has emerged out of what CEO Mark Bristow termed one of the company’s “best years” and was poised for “another big production step-up” in 2014. Randgold Resources reported record-level gold production of nearly...
3rd February 2014

Randgold appoints new chairperson, ITH strengthens board

Africa-focused gold project developer and miner Randgold Resources on Friday announced that chairperson Philippe Lietard would step down at the company’s next annual general meeting after serving in the position for ten-years, and would be...
31st January 2014

Randgold Loulo-Gounkoto complex likely to beat revised 2013 production target

LSE- and Nasdaq-listed Randgold Resources’ Loulo-Gounkoto gold mining complex, in Mali, would likely beat its revised production target for 2013 of 560 000 oz, CEO Mark Bristow said on Wednesday, adding that the complex’s guidance for 2014...
29th January 2014

Flotation process expansion needed to reach targeted Tongon production

While efficiency enhancement projects at Aim-listed Randgold Resources’ Tongon operation, in Côte d'Ivoire, had increased the mine’s production, the company was still struggling to reach a recovery rate of 80% for the year, CEO Mark Bristow...
27th January 2014
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