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Downstream recruit

WHEN it comes to tenacity and lateral thinking in mining, the name of Robert Gannicott must be mentioned.

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25 FEB 2005

Raging bull

HERE are some things you might have forgotten about Rob McEwen, who has emerged victorious from the three-way

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18 FEB 2005

Long walk to capitalism

MZI Khumalo, one of South Africa's best known – and most controversial – entrepreneurs, is giving a headache

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18 FEB 2005

Sharing the good times

ROSS Beaty is talking about the time when his company, Pan American Silver , seemed on the brink of extinction.

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11 FEB 2005

HSBC reunited

SEEMS like a bit of a bust-up at Palladex , a junior with projects in the Kyrgyz Republic. Dasha Long-

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11 FEB 2005

Cash up front

ALBERT Chislett and Chris Verbiski are collecting more than C$180 million as they cash in again on their

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28 JAN 2005

Watching the watchers

MATTHEW Turner celebrated his 30th birthday last Saturday knowing he was the first person to have won

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28 JAN 2005

From Welsh roots

MR TREW, now 46, was brought up in the Rhymney Valley in what was the heart of the Welsh coal mining

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21 JAN 2005

Risks and rewards

“WHEN I told my wife I had just spent £2.47 million – every last cent we had in the world – on a hole

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21 JAN 2005

True colours

TO give you the flavour first of all, this tale about the first casualty among junior exploration companies

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14 JAN 2005

Bob the builder

BOB Buchan is explaining why the time is right for him to give up as president and chief executive of

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14 JAN 2005

Direct interest

THE outcome of the bitter bid battle between Harmony and Gold Fields is of more than academic interest

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07 JAN 2005

Back to the field

ROBYN Storer has never regretted giving up work as an exploration geologist to concentrate instead on

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07 JAN 2005

A life-long affair

AT THE age of 64, when many people would be thinking about retirement, Algy Cluff has been busy raising

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23 DEC 2004

The last Turk

IF ANYONE knows where the bodies are buried at Anglo American, Tony Lea is the man. So it was a little

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23 DEC 2004

Man in the middle

AT FIRST sight it looks as if Goldcorp's proposed C$2.45 billion takeover of Wheaton River Minerals (MJ,

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17 DEC 2004

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