Anglo Gold Ashanti Mining News

Worker strike halts operations at AngloGold's Guinea mine

A strike at AngloGold Ashanti's Siguiri gold mine in Guinea has halts operations.

South African gold producers make new wage offer to unions

South African gold producers say they have offered annual wage increases of up to 7.2 percent to underground employees and up to 4.5 percent for miners and artisans, after unions rejected a previous offer last week.

Mali expects industrial gold mining to beat 2017 forecasts

Industrial gold production in Mali, Africa's third biggest producer, is on track to exceed earlier forecasts for this year, says government official.

IMF in favour of Zambia mining tax changes

But the fund warned that only further tightening of fiscal and monetary polices would contain the country's large deficits.

Which gold miners must replenish their reserves through M&A?

We often hear that large gold producers are usually not the best explorers. As such, when it comes time to replenish or grow their resource base, they must look to M&A.

New gold mining technology to boost South African miners efficiency

A new method of underground gold mining, being tested by AngloGold Ashanti, is filling headlines in the country, as the method has the potential to reverse the decline in South Africa’s gold output.

Colombia goes ‘all in’ setting aside 17.6 million hectares for mining

The lands will be open for mining licenses, but a majority of them are in protected zones, so officials would have to carefully pick specific regions to auction.

Falling output hurts SA gold miners

South African gold producers are expected to report lower quarterly earnings with production knocked across the board as output-disrupting safety stoppages continue to sting, a Reuters poll of 7 analysts showed.

Why every miner wants to be Colombia’s new best friend

Once tinted by drug cartels and civil war, Colombia is now one of Latin America’s fastest growing markets and, according to the World Bank, the most secure country in the region in which to do business. Since yesterday, the country also has a new national mining agency, which is already looking for foreign investments to expand existing production and explore areas where rich deposits of key resources are suspected.

Colombia to attract $2.1 billion in gold-related investments by 2015

Gold mining in Colombia is shining bright as major gold players are expected to invest U.S. $ 2,100 million by 2015, reports local newspaper La Republica.