Gold Mining Journal is Australia’s only dedicated gold mining industry magazine.
Published quarterly, the magazine offers comprehensive coverage of the gold industry both in Australia and worldwide.
In addition to contributions from respected columnists, widespread news coverage on the gold sector is provided by Gold Mining Journal’s journalists, who frequently visit mines in Australia and around the world with mining company executives.
West Australian-focused gold companies have a good track record of turning unwanted assets into money-making machines and Red 5 is looking to have the same impact at King of the Hills (KOTH), NEAT Leonora. While the company has been mining and processing ore from both Darlot and KOTH, Managing Director Mark Williams spoke to GMJ about much larger ambitions that are about to be realised. Mark Andrew reports.
Tietto’s list of achievements since its ASX debut a little over two years ago is as lengthy as it is impressive, headlined by the addition of 1.5 moz to a growing resource at its Abujar project in Cote d’Ivoire. GMJ was on site at Abujar as the company was progressing a 50,000m drilling campaign ahead of an update to the current 2.15 mox gold resource. Titto Founder and Managing Director Caigen Wang spoke to GMJ senior journalist Michael Washbourne about the hard work done behind the scenes over the past decade to get the company to this point.
West Africa’s rich gold mining and exploration potential continues to attract investment, while a forgotten treasure in former behemoth – South Africa – could be set for a revival, as GMJ editor Dominic Piper found out during a visit to Mpumalanga in the country’s east.