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Sibanye expects higher H1 EPS

Gold miner Sibanye Gold on Friday said its earnings per share (EPS) for the six months ended June 30, were expected to be between 65c and 75c, while headline earnings per share (HEPS) was expected to be between 75c and 85c, based on an estimated...
25th July 2014

Tenova awarded Sibanye tailings retreatment DFS contract

Integrated solutions provider Tenova Mining & Minerals South Africa has been awarded the definitive feasibility study (DFS) contract for gold miner Sibanye Gold’s West Rand tailings retreatment project (WRTRP). The WRTRP involved the...
15th July 2014

Noko suggests more frequent home visits for migrant miners

Consideration should be given to the restructuring of shifts to allow migrant mineworkers from distant areas to go home more frequently, says AngloGold Ashanti executive VP sustainability David Noko. Noko, who has headed AngloGold’s social and...
10th July 2014

Kumba shines at tournament

The Kumba participants took top honours in the netball final against Sibanye Gold, in the rugby final against Sasol and in the soccer against Amplats
Anglo American division, Kumba Iron Ore (Kumba) performed exceptionally well this year at the Inter Mines Group Associated Sports (IMGAS) Tournament, hosted by the iron-ore miner at Konka, in Rustenburg, last month.
13th June 2014

Sibanye to grow uranium output as volatile market improves

As gold producer Sibanye Gold moved to optimise its gold resources through the incremental increase in production of uranium, the company could position itself to take advantage of a growing global uranium industry. With existing underground and...
4th June 2014

Sibanye eyes platinum opportunities as sector overdue for consolidation

Sibanye Gold CEO Neal Froneman As South Africa’s top three platinum producers deal with the country’s longest and most costly labour unrest, JSE- and NYSE-listed Sibanye Gold CEO Neal Froneman on Wednesday said the platinum industry was now ripe for – and in fact needed...
4th June 2014

Acquisitions boost Sibanye’s gold reserves 65%

Gold producer Sibanye Gold on Wednesday announced a 65% hike in its gold reserves to 32.7-million ounces, and its gold resources to 128.7-million ounces, after absorbing its two latest acquisitions, Cooke and Wits Gold. Sibanye VP of Mineral...
4th June 2014

Sibanye sells first uranium to nuclear fuels corporation

Gold miner Sibanye Gold has sold its first consignment of uranium to the Nuclear Fuels Corporation (Nufcor), where the 10 t of ammonium diuranate will be calcined into uranium oxide (U3O8). Nufcor is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AngloGold Ashanti...
29th May 2014

Sibanye refinancing demonstrates local and global partnership opportunities

The success of gold miner Sibanye Gold’s R4.5-billion bridging loan refinancing, in December last year, demonstrates the opportunities and value that can be unlocked for African organisations through synergistic partnerships between local and...
26th May 2014

Sibanye seen as likely buyer for Anglo's ageing platinum mines

If Anglo American pushes ahead to divest underperforming platinum assets, a sale to a small South African company that specialises in squeezing profit out of mines nearing the end of their lives is seen as the most likely option. Anglo American's...
29th April 2014

Gold miner announces first uranium reserve

JSE- and NYSE-listed gold mining company Sibanye Gold has announced a total uranium mineral resource of 418.5-million tons, containing 68.8-million pounds of uranium, with a mineral reserve of 406-million tons containing 43.2-million pounds of...
4th April 2014
Mining Services

Ventilation event highlights energy optimisation at deep-level mines

The energy efficiency of ventilation and cooling systems installed at deep-level mining operations will be a central theme of the tenth International Mine Ventilation Congress (IMVC), reports local organising committee (LOC) chairperson Frank von...
4th April 2014
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