Tag: AngloGold Ashanti

S.Africa’s AngloGold Ashanti, Barrick Gold to sell out of Mali gold mine

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - AngloGold Ashanti and Barrick Gold will sell their effective 80% stake in the Morila Gold Mine in Mali, the South African miner said on Monday, amidst a...

Anglogold Ashanti CEO to step down on Sept. 1

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Gold miner AngloGold Ashanti’s chief executive Kelvin Dushnisky will step down on Sept. 1, the company said on Thursday, without giving a reason for the change in...

High gold prices put shine on AngloGold’s half-year earnings

Gold mining company, AngloGold Ashanti, reported a dividend of R1.65 per share for the year-end December 2019 which is almost double from the previous year. CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters spoke to the CEO, Kelvin Dushnisky, about what shareholders can expect now that the company’s remaining South African asset has been sold.

AngloGold Ashanti’s Sipho Pityana on how SA is dealing with xenophobic attacks

Sipho Pityana, Chairman, AngloGold Ashanti spoke to CNBC Africa the ongoing violence against foreign nationals in South Africa and the impact this has on relations with other African countries.

Sibanye-Stillwater in talks over potential acquisition of AngloGold Ashanti’s Mponeng mine

Sibanye-Stillwater is in talks over a potential acquisition of the world’s deepest gold mine, Mponeng, as current owner AngloGold Ashanti plans its South African exit.

AngloGold considers quitting SA for London listing

AngloGold Ashanti is considering delisting from the JSE. Speculations are the world's third largest gold producer is currently looking at London and Toronto as an option for listing its shares. Meanwhile the company has declined to comment on these unconfirmed developments.Mining Head at Cadiz Solutions, Peter Major joins CNBC Africa for more.

What you need to know about SA unions’ three-year wage deal with AngloGold Ashanti 

Unions have previously declared a dispute with the remaining firms involved in the negotiations.

AMCU’s Joseph Mathunjwa gives update on wage talks

Major South African Gold producers, AngloGold Ashanti and Sibanye-Stillwater, are resuming talks with unions today. Minerals Council South Africa and the National Union of Mineworkers are confident about reaching “an amicable agreement”. The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union is demanding a minimum entry level salary of R12 500. AMCU President, Joseph Mathunjwa joins CNBC Africa for more.
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