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Gold Fields expects up to 12% decrease in FY17 HEPS

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     8th February 2018 Dual-listed Gold Fields on Thursday said it expected as much as a 12% drop in its headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the 2017 financial year. HEPS would be between $0.23 to $0.26 apiece. 

New laboratories opened based on demand

By: Kimberley Smuts     20th January 2017 Oil and fuel analysis expert WearCheck has shown considerable growth in Africa in 2016 establishing three new laboratories around the continent’s mining hotspots, a move largely driven by demand from mining operations looking to cut operational costs. As a result of this expansion, the company... 

Damang mine, Ghana

By: Sheila Barradas     11th November 2016 A gold mine, in south-western Ghana and to the north of and joining the Tarkwa concession. 

Iduapriem mine, Ghana

By: Sheila Barradas     22nd July 2016 A gold mine, which is located in the western region of Ghana. 

Bogoso Prestea

24th October 2014 The operating Bogoso gold mine and processing operations are located in western Ghana near the town of Bogoso, about 35 km northwest from the town of Tarkwa. 

Rare Group gains major supply contract in Nigeria

29th August 2014 Fluid conveyance supplier the Rare Group has completed a contract to manufacture and supply the components for a 21 km pipeline at SAB Miller’s brewery in Ilesa, Nigeria. 

Oil specialist strategically servicing mines in Ghana

By: Carina Borralho     11th April 2014 Owing to the growth of the mining industry in Ghana, more companies are investing in the resource-rich country, says South African condition monitoring specialist WearCheck, which recently expanded its African footprint into West Africa with the opening of an oil analysis laboratory in Ghana.... 

Company Announcement: Sandvik Poised For Expansion in Ghana

23rd May 2012 Having outgrown its original premises in Accra, Ghana, high technology and services engineering group Sandvik has moved into a dedicated office in the capital, capable of accommodating the current staff complement of 100, with capacity for future expansion. 

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