AngloGold Ashanti CEO Kelvin Dushnisky is leaving the world’s third-largest gold miner just two years into the job, opting to spend more time in Toronto with his family during the Covid-19 pandemic.

AngloGold’s shares fell by 3% on the news of his departure effective from September 1, dropping from R604 per share as the statement was released at 4pm on the JSE to close at R586.

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