THE AFRICAN FOCUSED GOLD PRODUCER

Pan African Resources is a mid-tier African-focused gold producer, dual-listed on the London AIM market and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, and with a Level 1 ADR programme sponsored by the Bank of New York Mellon. We own and operate a portfolio of high-quality, high-margin South African operations with a production capacity of approximately 200,000oz of gold per annum, and an unrelenting commitment to zero harm.

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BARBERTON MINES

The birthplace of BIOX® and our cornerstone operation continues to remain a high margin, high grade gold producer with an excellent safety record whilst continuing to make meaningful and sustainable contributions to the local community.

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BARBERTON TAILINGS RETREATMENT PLANT

The BTRP adds high margin and low risk ounces to our production profile and turns environmental rehabilitation liabilities into profits.

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EVANDER MINES’ UNDERGROUND OPERATIONS AND 8 SHAFT PILLAR

Maximising the value of our own asset portfolio – The 8 Shaft Pillar reached steady state production in June 2020 following delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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ELIKHULU TAILINGS RETREATMENT PLANT

‘The Big One’ in Zulu – Elikhulu, Pan African’s flagship operation exceeded expectations by being built within budget, commissioned ahead of schedule and reaching steady state production within two years at an AISC of US$614/oz.

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Keep up to date with all the latest news from our company as we strive to deliver value for our stakeholders and make a sustainable difference to the communities we work within.

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National Budget 2021 Behind The Tax Cuts

March 22nd, 2021|

South Africans could afford a slight sigh of relief as finance minister Tito Mboweni outlined a national budget for 2021/2022 that included tax cuts for both consumers and business in his 24 February Budget Speech. ➤

Rain Makers & Pot Stirrers

February 26th, 2021|

Rain Makers & Pot Stirrers COBUS Loots brooks no criticism of his plan to return to underground mining at Mpumalanga’s Evander Gold Mines. A previous foray at the mine ended in tears when a weakening ➤