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Centerra Gold lists in New York

By: Creamer Media Reporter      12th April 2021 Canada-based gold mining company Centerra Gold on Monday announced that it would list its common shares on the NYSE, with trading expected to start on Thursday. The Toronto-headquartered miner’s primary exchange would remain the TSX. 

Kirkland Lake outperforms Q1 guidance

By: Mariaan Webb     9th April 2021 Gold miner Kirkland Lake on Friday announced its first-quarter results, exceeding its guidance on the back of higher-than-expected production at the Forsterville mine, in Australia, and the Detour Lake mine, in Canada. The company, which trades on the TSX, NYSE and ASX, produced 302 847 oz,... 

Price rebound, Covid-19 curbs put brakes on India buying

By: Reuters     9th April 2021 Physical gold demand in India stalled this week after local prices rebounded from a one-year trough and coronavirus restrictions were imposed, while buyers in other major Asian hubs were also put off by an uptick in prices. "This week gold prices rose in the international market and rupee also... 

NUM asks govt to intervene in Blyvoor unrest

By: Marleny Arnoldi     8th April 2021 The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) in the Carletonville region is appealing for government intervention around the Blyvoor gold mine, as labour and social unrests are escalating. The union explains in a statement issued on April 7 that tension has been building up between workers and... 

Central banks turn back to net gold purchasing in February

By: Donna Slater     7th April 2021 Gold market development organisation the World Gold Council (WGC) reports that, collectively, central banks, having recently oscillated between being net buyers and sellers of gold, have tipped back into being net buyers in February. In the month, 8.8 t was added to global gold reserves, with... 

Katoro, Power Metal to advance Haneti project to deep diamond drilling

By: Simone Liedtke     7th April 2021 Aim-listed Katoro Gold will be advancing its Haneti nickel and platinum group metals (PGMs) project, in Tanzania, to deep diamond drilling following the receipt of results from the recently completed maiden rotary air blast (RAB) drill programme, which targeted the discovery of nickel and PGMs.... 

Caledonia’s increases dividend as Central Shaft brought into operation 

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     6th April 2021 Gold miner Caledonia Mining’s Central Shaft at the Blanket gold mine, in Zimbabwe, is now fully operational. “I am delighted to announce that our new Central Shaft, which is the deepest shaft of any gold mine in Zimbabwe, is fully operational. We can now start to hoist rock, men and material on a... 

Firm expands service offering

By: Darren Parker     2nd April 2021 Consulting engineers firm Knight Piésold Southern Africa has added a hydrogeology and groundwater department to its service offering while expanding its mine services offering since the start of the year. “We are providing the full infrastructure spectrum for the mining sector, which includes... 

Pilot projects start at mines

By: Cameron Mackay     2nd April 2021 Drilling technology and services provider Rosond is involved in the development of new drilling solutions and methodologies for pilot projects at local underground mines. These projects involve using innovations, such as drilling using flushed air or foam instead of water, as well as using... 

Investment hindered by illegal mining, other challenges

By: Mc'Kyla Nortje     2nd April 2021 While Ghana has benefited from significant long-term investment, it has also faced significant challenges over the years, the most notable being the significant and justifiable concerns regarding illegal mining operations, as well as regional security and stability, says law firm Beech Veltman... 

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