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Time to test gold miner discipline

Time to test gold miner discipline

Leaders urge industry not to return to bad old days of reckless capital allocations

Events Coverage

10 FEBRUARY 2016
Aussie Ni players dig their heels in

Aussie Ni players dig their heels in

Half-a-century after the boom began, WA nickel district still showing its class

Australia

04 FEBRUARY 2016
Colombia set for productive 2016

Colombia set for productive 2016

But mineral policy has left the development and exploration cupboard bare

Leadership

03 FEBRUARY 2016
Randgold pull-out scuppers Obuasi plans

Randgold pull-out scuppers Obuasi plans

Ghana gold development just didn't meet London-listed miner's returns policy

Africa

21 DECEMBER 2015
Gramalote gets environmental licence

Gramalote gets environmental licence

Gold project passes significant environmental hurdle in Colombia

Central/South America

18 DECEMBER 2015
Hedge slate wiped clean

Hedge slate wiped clean

Hedgers versus non-hedgers culture replaced with project, acquisition specific protection

Events Coverage

19 OCTOBER 2015
Getting Ghana golden again

Getting Ghana golden again

New projects are opening the door to better investment returns

Africa

30 SEPTEMBER 2015
Denver focus on cash, costs, capital

Denver focus on cash, costs, capital

Global gold sector chiefs put emphasis in the right (new) places at industry forum

Events Coverage

24 SEPTEMBER 2015
'Big financial failures ahead', says Bristow

'Big financial failures ahead', says Bristow

Veteran miner warns gold mining industry is unsustainable in its current form

Africa

21 SEPTEMBER 2015
Randgold targets Ghana's Obuasi

Randgold targets Ghana's Obuasi

Despite fall in gold price, Mark Bristow sees opportunity for expansion

Africa

18 SEPTEMBER 2015

Tanzania bite won't match bark

East Africa country again making miners nervous in the run-up to an election

Africa

27 AUGUST 2015

Under pressure in South Africa

With or without strike action, mining industry problems persist

Africa

19 AUGUST 2015