Pan African in the News

Pan African CEO sees silver lining in South Africa

Cobus Loots, chief executive of Pan African Resources (LON:PAF), expects a much improved performance from the gold miner after a tough year. Problems at both its Evander and Barberton complexes, not to mention the weaker gold price, impacted the South African-based metal miner’s performance over the past twelve months. However, speaking to Proactive, Loots said he expects...
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Evander Gold Mine Site Visit and ETRP update 12 February 2015

Shareholders are advised that Pan African will host a site visit to Evander Gold Mines today, where visitors will have the opportunity to go on an underground tour of the operations at No 8 shaft and a surface tour of the “Evander Tailings Retreatment Plant” (ETRP). An overview of the mine and the ETRP will be presented after the...
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Financial Mail Outlook for 2015

"It would have been a case of looking back in anger (and frustration) for investors on the JSE in 2014. Overall the returns were pedestrian and, in an environment shaken by volatility, not exactly streets ahead of what you could have earned (without incurring nearly as much risk) in a good money market fund." Marc Hasenfuss gives...
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Interview with Ron Holding, CEO and Cobus Loots, CFO

London- and Johannesburg-listed gold-mining company Pan African Resources – which has managed to repay all of the Evander acquisition debt plus R240-million in December dividends – is tackling freshly identified brownfield opportunities in addition to recovering surface gold from tailings at Barberton and being well on the way to doing the same at Evander. Despite...
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