Kelvin Dushnisky, the departing AngloGold Ashanti CEO, acknowledges that while there is a lot to be done in the world’s third-largest gold miner, he’s taken the company a long way down its stated strategy and brought debt under tight control.

Dushnisky, speaking from his home in Toronto, surprised the market last week when he suddenly resigned with effect from September 1, two years into the job...

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