Pan African Resources expects to be debt free within 12 months as gold output ramps up in a high rand gold-price environment, CEO Cobus Loots says.

In the 2020 financial year to end-June, Pan African slashed R800m from its net debt, bringing it to R1.1bn by the end of the period.

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