Gold Mining Journal

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.

Latest Issue

October - December 2020

Volume 1, Issue 141

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When Mark Zeptner took the reins of Ramelius Resources back in 2014, the company had minimal cash in the bank, an underperforming gold mine and an uncertain future. Six years later, having turned fortunes around at Mt Magnet and executed a series of strategic acquisitions including Edna May and Spectrum Metals, Ramelius is now on the brink of churning out 3000,000 ozpa for the first time. Senior journalist Michael Washbourne speaks with Zeptner about how he transformed the company into a “serious” gold miner while having a bit of fun along the way.


Diggers & Dealers

New super Pt co-owners Northern Star Resources and Saracen Mineral Holdings are certain to receive widespread plaudits from those able to make their way to Kalgoorlie for the rescheduled Diggers & Dealers Mining Forum on October 12-14. Despite travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, applause will also be directed across the Pacific for the Canada-based management team Kirkland Lake Gold after another stellar year of operations at Fosterville and the acquisition of Detour Lake. Mark Andrews’ interview with Kirkland Lake president Tony Makuch leads our preview to the three-day conference, which also includes a site visit to Southern Cross with TSX-listed Altan Rio Minerals.


Ahead of Africa Down Under in Perth on November 4-6, at least two African-focused IPOs are in the works with TSK-listed Sarama Resources and newcomer Megado Gold set to debut on the ASX over the coming months. GMJ editor Dominic Piper spoke with Sarama boss Andrew Dinning and Megado’s Chris Bowden about the recent changes in investor sentiment which has paved the way for both companies to consider fresh listing on the Australian bourse.

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