Surging bullion prices, weaker rand lifts Gold Fields’ H1 earnings

A bittersweet respite for Gold Fields, as surging gold prices and a weaker rand boost the company’s earnings in the interim. The company has declared an dividend of R1.60. Nick Holland, CEO of Gold Fields joins CNBC Africa for more.

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