Category: Leading Developments

Strike at Sibanye-Stillwater Disrupts Operations

By Gavin du Venage A protracted strike at the gold operations of Sibanye-Stillwater by a holdout union continues to disrupt operations, in defiance of a settlement signed with most employees. In late November, Sibanye-Stillwater...

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Newmont Provides Longer-term Outlook

Newmont Mining announced its 2019 outlook with attributable gold production guidance of 5.2 million ounces (oz) at all-in sustaining costs (AISC) of $935/oz. Newmont’s outlook reflects steady gold production and ongoing...

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Anglo Restarts Minas Rio

Anglo American plc announced the resumption of operations at its Minas-Rio iron ore operation in Brazil. The restart of the integrated iron ore operation follows an extensive and detailed technical inspection of the...

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Gold Miners Kick Off New Year at NYSE

Trading in the shares of the new company created by the merger of Barrick Gold and Randgold Resources started at the opening of business on the New York and TorontoStock Exchanges on Wednesday, January 2. The ringing of the...

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OZ Earns 51% Interest in West Musgrave Project

OZ Minerals has earned a 51% interest in the West Musgrave nickel-copper project in Western Australia from Cassini Resources following an investment of $22 million. The project is located 30 kilometers (km) from Jameson, Western...

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RNC Finds High-grade Gold at Beta Hunt

RNC Minerals has discovered multiple occurrences of exceptionally high-grade, coarse gold at its Beta Hunt gold-nickel mine south of Kambalda, Western Australia. Mining has been ongoing at Beta Hunt for 45 years by several...

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Dugald River Gathers Pace, Las Bambas Back on Track

MMG Ltd. announced its third-quarter 2018 production result producing 121,926 metric tons (mt) of copper and 57,595 mt of zinc in the three months to September 30. “The Dugald River ramp up continues to track ahead of schedule,...

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Vale Converts Brucutu Trucks to Autonomous

Vale reported in mid-September that it is converting to fully autonomous haulage-truck operations at its Brucutu iron ore mine in Minas Gerais state, Brazil. Seven 240-metric-ton (mt)-capacity haul trucks at the mine already run...

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Century Mine Reopens

The official reopening of the New Century Resources Ltd.’s Century mine started on September 14. The opening was marked with a formal event on site, with the New Century team welcoming guests from state and federal government,...

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