Hochschild slumps as Peru plans to shut its mines

London-listed precious metals miner says it will fight plan and denies its mines are behind environmental pollution

Anglican Church’s co-operation with miners divides faithful

Institution has been battling for almost a decade to improve the industry’s ESG practices

South Deep mine was star performer in September quarter, Gold Fields says

CEO Chris Griffith said output from the mine will drop in the fourth quarter due to scheduled maintenance work on key shaft infrastructure

Harmony Gold gets bump from weaker rand and cuts debt

The purchase of AngloGold Ashanti’s underground and tailings retreatment operations added extra ounces from October 2020

Analysts question the wisdom of Northam’s grab for RBPlat

Northam Platinum gatecrashes planned takeover of RBPlat with offer R17bn for a third of the company

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AngloGold Ashanti reports progress in cutting costs, as it eyes more efficient model

Output rises 5% quarter on quarter while total cash costs fall 8% as group continues to battle Covid-19 disruption

Afrimat shares jump as first-half profit climbs 60.5%

Strong growth in group’s three segments in six months to August

New Anglo CEO Duncan Wanblad must deliver on ‘really aggressive agenda’

CEO Mark Cutifani says his replacement should keep pushing to put producer at the top of the industry

Anglo American appoints first South African as CEO since 2000s

Duncan Wanblad replaces Mark Cutifani, who steered the resources company through turbulent times over the past decade

Implats says PGM fundamentals are intact despite volatility

CEO Nico Muller says absolute pricing for its products remains ‘robust’

Overtures from cash-flush Implats add R6bn to RBPlats’ market value

Implats is in talks that could see it buy out community-owned RBPlats, which may delist from the JSE

AngloGold’s Colombian copper project hits permit hurdle

Quebradona Colombian copper project is  expected to help improve the group’s long-term costs

Sibanye-Stillwater acquires Brazilian mines for $1bn

Group buys two operations in its push into green metals used in batteries for electric vehicles

Sibanye doubles down on green metals in bid for Brazilian mines

Leading PGM producer is in talks to buy two Brazil mines in reported R14.7bn deal

Higher DRDGold sales volumes offset rising energy and labour costs

Improved prices and yields boost core profit 16% in the group’s first quarter to end-September

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