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Pan African Resources Presentation at the European Gold Forum 2019 – Zurich

Please click here to watch the webcast of the presentation at the European Gold Forum 2019 in Zurich which took place on the 10 April 2019. To view the webcast you may be required to install the latest version of Flash player from Adobe. Please use this link to download the latest
2023-03-27T19:06:55+00:00Jun 26th, 2019|News|

Pan African Resources: Operational Update for the Nine Months Ending March 2019

Pan African is pleased to provide an operational update for the nine months ended 31 March 2019 (“Current Reporting Period”) as well as detail on progress with internal growth projects and initial production guidance for the 2020 financial year. Read More
2023-03-27T09:35:32+00:00Jun 4th, 2019|News|

Trading Statement 30 June 2018 and QTR 1 2019 Update

Pan African CEO Cobus Loots commented: “The group results for the 2018 financial year are reflective of both the incredibly challenging operational environment and the specific issues that confronted the group over the past year. These issues, as well as the definitive remedial actions we implemented, were well disseminated to the market. The operational update and
2020-01-22T08:01:30+00:00Sep 17th, 2018|News|

Barberton Mines’ Royal Sheba Project: Key Progress as of September 2018

Shareholders are referred to previous announcements pertaining to Royal Sheba, specifically, the information included in the operational update of 28 March 2018. The Group has continued the Royal Sheba exploration drilling programme and is now able to provide feedback on the updated Mineral Resource Estimate (“MRE”) and the surface exploration drilling results. The results, thus
2023-03-27T09:16:59+00:00Sep 13th, 2018|Our Mines|

Barberton Mines Wage Negotiations Update 7 September 2018

African Resources is pleased to announce that Barberton Mines Proprietary Limited (“Barberton Mines”) has successfully concluded a three-year wage agreement with the National Union of Mineworkers (“NUM”) and the United Association of South Africa UASA”) (“the Agreement”). NUM and UASA represent the majority of employees at Barberton Mines. The Agreement provides for an average annual
2020-04-01T21:05:49+00:00Sep 13th, 2018|Our Mines|
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