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Gold Mining Journal Oct-Dec 2015  

Gold Mining Journal

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July - September 2015

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Inside this Months issue


Craig Williams-backed OreCorp Ltd has entered a JV agreement with Acacia Mining plc over the 4.2 moz Nyanzaga project in Tanzania. For an initial $US1 million, OreCorp can work its way up to a 51% stake in the project through staged expenditure requirements and completion of a DFS. Juniors have preferred small, high-grade projects in these austere times, however, OreCorp has set its sights bigger. Dominic Piper spoke with OreCorp managing director Matthew Yates about the company’s ambitions... read more


Frustrated by difficulties at Obuasi, AngloGold Ashanti Ltd has bitten the bullet and turned to Randgold Resources Ltd to see what can be done with the problematic Ghanaian mine. Randgold will get half of Obuasi for the cost of working up a development feasibility study, however, the satisfaction chief executive Mark Bristow will feel from proving himself right will be priceless. Gold Mining Journal columnist Brendan Ryan reports from Johannesburg... read more


Many companies have failed to make the Wiluna gold project in West Australia a success. However, Blackham Resources Ltd is looking to defy the critics and prove that all ore sources in the region aren’t as complex as widely accepted, in the process bringing life back into a region which has produced 4 moz of gold. Mark Andrews visited site with the company... read more

The Americas

More often associated with copper and TSX-listed companies, the Americas has a surprisingly strong and deep relationship with Australian gold explorers and miners. Gold Mining Journal takes a look at the region and the ASX-listed companies on the ground there... read more

NewGenGold preview

The biennial NewGenGold conference is on again this year at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Perth from November 17-18. Gold Mining Journal previews the projects which will be showcased on the 2015 programme, while providing an update on the Class of 2013... read more



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