“Community-related interference” caused delays of several months to new projects being developed by gold producer DRDGold, which operates from sites near Johannesburg in Gauteng.

The group reported a 10% rise in profit for the six months to end-December despite a 7% drop in output, which was a result of a delay in the commissioning of new sites to replace high-volume sites, which had reached the end of their life cycles...

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