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Gold Fields to spend R2.3bn as targets 500koz/y for South Deep - MiningMX
Friday, 17 February 2017
THE latest iteration in getting Gold Fields’ South Deep mine operating to its potential has been unveiled by the firm following a 12-month review – the fruit of which is a five-year gold production target of 500,000 ounces a year produced at under $900/oz for a capital cost of R2.3bn.

Gold Fields set for ‘year of reinvestment’, announces R2.28bn South Deep growth plan - Mining Weekly
Thursday, 16 February 2017
JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – The South Deep gold mine achieved several milestones in 2016 as interventions implemented over the past two years started yielding results and dual-listed Gold Fields will now embark on a new R2.3-billion rebase plan at the mine to create a defensive asset in a spiralling industry.

Gold Fields raises curtain on ‘evolution’ with R11.3bn capex - Miningmx.com
Thursday, 16 February 2017
GOLD Fields has set down an ambitious capital plan – and put enormous store in both the future of the gold price and the ability of its technical team – in which it will simultaneously develop, extend, or re-engineer four mines across three continents.

Gold Fields Swings to Profit in 2016, Raises Dividend -- Update - Morning Star
Thursday, 16 February 2017
JOHANNESBURG--South African mining company Gold Fields Ltd. (GFI.JO) declared a higher dividend after swinging to a profit in 2016 on higher gold prices and weaker emerging-market currencies, and said it plans to reinvest in many of its mines.

Gold Fields finally sets production and cost target for South Deep - Business Live
Thursday, 16 February 2017
Gold Fields has at last set a production and cost target for its South Deep mine in SA, saying on Thursday the mine, which needs a further R2.28bn of investment, would generate 500,000oz of gold a year at an all-in cost of $900/oz once it reaches steady state in 2022.

Mine worker killed in tramming-related accident at South Deep mine - Business Live
Thursday, 16 February 2017
An employee of Gold Fields was killed in a tramming-related accident at the mining group’s South Deep mine on Thursday.

Gruyere project wins DMP approval - MiningNews.net
Tuesday, 14 February 2017
GOLD Road Resources and Gold Fields has received the final regulatory approval required for the Gruyere gold project in Western Australia, keeping the project on track for a planned completion date of December 2018.

Gold Fields CEO on Mining Charter - CNBC Africa
Monday, 13 February 2017
Africa's most popular mining gathering took place this week, CNBC Africa spoke to Gold Fields CEO Nick Holland at the indaba about the gold miner's performance and the gold price.

Can the gold industry avoid the sins of the past? - AusIMM Bulletin
Monday, 13 February 2017
The global gold industry faces a number of challenges now that the gold price is showing signs of recovery

Gold Fields is SA's 3rd largest MNE - Engineering News
Friday, 10 February 2017
A survey by North-West University School of Economics and the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, revealed that at the end of the 2015 financial year, the 20 foremost South African nonfinancial MNEs had a shared total of nearly $50-billion in foreign assets, almost $49-billion in foreign sales and more than 220 000 employees abroad.

Mine bosses say transparency will not be clouded by U.S. rule changes - Sharenet
Thursday, 9 February 2017
* Executives says Trump stance conflicts with global trend

Water scarcity tops list of miners' worries, bosses say - Reuters Africa
Tuesday, 7 February 2017
CAPE TOWN Feb 7 (Reuters) - Assets will be stranded and investors will walk away unless mining companies show they are dealing with water scarcity, mine bosses said on Tuesday.

Gold Alliance donates 35 laptops to top achievers - Randfontein Herald
Monday, 6 February 2017
Gold Alliance donated 35 laptops, valued at R200 000, to the class of 2016’s top achievers in the Rand West City.

GIG building diversity - Mining Monthly
Friday, 3 February 2017
TEN years ago Kelly Carter embarked on arguably a bigger adventure than her move from the UK to Australia. She left the private practise in corporate law and moved into resources and has just added industry advocacy to her workload.

Gold Fields sees earnings surge - IOL
Friday, 3 February 2017
Johannesburg – Dual-listed Gold Fields says expects a surge in earnings per share for the year when it reports results later this month.

Gold Fields expects swing back to full-year profit - Business Live
Friday, 3 February 2017
Gold Fields expects to return to profit in the year to end-December, mainly thanks to a higher gold price, lower net operating costs and a weaker rand.

Gold Fields expects a return to profitability in FY16 - Mining Weekly
Friday, 3 February 2017
JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – Dual-listed Gold Fields expects to have swung back into the black during the year ended December 31, with earnings per share (EPS) and headline earnings per share (HEPS) surging by between 160% and 170% and 730% and 780% respectively.

Gold Fields Ghana honours 30 teachers - Ghana News Agency
Thursday, 2 February 2017
Gold Fields Ghana Limited (GGL) Tarkwa mines has awarded thirty teachers in Tarkwa Nsuaem and Prestea Huni/Valley constituencies for their hard work and contribution towards the improvement of education in their operational area.

Gold Industry Group welcomes Warburton and Carter to Board - Gold Industry Group
Wednesday, 1 February 2017
Mining Non-Executive Director and champion for diversity, Sharon Warburton, is the second woman to join the Gold Industry Group (GIG) Board as a Director, following the appointment of Gold Fields Australia Vice President of Legal and Compliance, Kelly Carter, to Vice Chairperson in November 2016.

Gold Fields Australia emerges as fresh IT-OT backer - ITnews.com
Friday, 27 January 2017
Gold Fields Australia is set to become the latest miner to jump on-board with the growing movement to bridge information and operational technology (IT-OT) at mine sites.

Gruyere gold project gains WA environmental approval - Mining Weekly
Monday, 23 January 2017
PERTH (miningweekly.com) – Western Australian Environment Minister Albert Jacob has approved the development of the Gruyere gold project, which is a joint venture (JV) between Australia’s Gold Road and South Africa’s Gold Fields, north-east of Laverton.

Gold road res: final gruyere approvals tipped for Feb - Mining Business Media
Monday, 23 January 2017
West Australian explorer Gold Road says it will start development of its Gruyere openpit mine and construction of the processing plant immediately it receives final state mining, project management and works approvals now expected in Feb.

Gold Road earmarks A$22m for exploration, including A$5m for Gruyere JV - Mining Weekly
Wednesday, 18 January 2017
PERTH (miningweekly.com) – ASX-listed Gold Road Resources has set aside up to A$22-million to focus on exploration in the Yamarna belt, in Western Australia.

Gold Fields applies for St Ives gold mine expansion - Mining Weekly
Monday, 9 January 2017
PERTH (miningweekly.com) – South Africa-based gold miner Gold Fields has applied to the Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) to extend the life of its 400 000 oz/y St Ives gold mine to 2028.

Gold Fields looks to expand St Ives - National Mining Chronicle
Thursday, 5 January 2017
Gold Fields has pushed the button on plans to extend its 400,000 ounce a year St Ives gold mining operations near Kambalda in WA’s Goldfields to 2028.

Damang Gold Mine, Ghana - Mining Technology
Thursday, 5 January 2017
Spread across an area of 23,666ha, the Damang Gold mine is located 30km north of Tarkwa in South West Ghana. The mine is owned and operated by Abosso Goldfields (AGL), which is owned by Gold Fields Ghana Holdings (71.1%), IAMGOLD (18.9%) and the Ghanaian Government (10%).

Gold Fields: cyanide code smack for ST Ives mine - Mining Business Media
Thursday, 5 January 2017
The 350,000ozpa St Ives gold mine, 90km south of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, has lost its certification under the International Cyanide Management Code after an independent audit found it had not maintained compliance over the last three years with the guidelines for companies using cyanide in gold and silver production.