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Topic - Gold Fields Ghana
Jun 26, 2009
Aveng (Africa) subsidiary E+PC Engineering & Projects Company has set its sights on developing the operational capacity within each of its divisions to win further contracts and to operate process plants for clients.
Jan 08, 2007
The funeral service for Gold Fields' executive vice president and head of South African operations Brendan Walker, who died tragically on December 30 in car crash while on holiday in the Eastern Cape, took place at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Braamfontein,...
May 28, 2003
A fourth cyanide spillage in seven years in the West African country of Ghana is giving environmentalists an extra pitch in their cry for authorities to take measures to check widespread mining activities and also demand proper environmental practices.
Jan 14, 2003
Though water seeping from an abandoned underground mine in Ghana has sparked fears of contamination amongst the local community, gold producer Gold Fields tells Mining Weekly Online there is no cause for concern.
Jun 04, 2002
President of the Ghana Chamber of Mines, James Anaman, says during the chamber’s review for the period 2000/01, it recorded a 6% decrease in minerals revenue due to challenging circumstances the local mining industry encountered both externally and internally.
Oct 22, 2001
South African gold producer Gold Fields and Toronto-based Repadre Capital Corporation said they had reached a memorandum of understanding with Australia’s Ranger Minerals to buy Ranger’s 90% interest in Abosso Goldfields, an unlisted Ghanaian company...
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