Why Invest in Pan African Resources?

Pan African Resources has succeeded in maintaining its gold production levels while simultaneously lowering all-in-sustaining costs (AISC) for improved operating margins. For investors, this means a capital-efficient, optimally run portfolio of African mines geared for exceptional investment returns.

0%
5-year increase in jse share price

Quality assets & robust production profile

PAR produces +200,000 oz/year from a growing production profile. With an AISC of US$ 1 284/oz in H1FY2023, we’re among the most efficient gold miners in Africa.

Industry-leading dividend yields

In 2022, we built on our reputation for excellent dividend yields with a 25.9% return on shareholder funds, and a robust balance sheet (net debt down 57% to US$ 28m).In FY2022, we built on our track record for excellent dividend yields with a 25.9% return on shareholder funds, and a robust balance sheet (net debt down 57% to US$ 28m).

Long-term mining runway

Excellent mining runway through multiple, long-life assets with mine life of +20 years with current reserves, with new surface tailings acquisitions in production and new sites explored.

ESG, beyond compliance

We were the first mining company in South Africa to commission a 10 MW solar renewable energy plant. Just the latest milestone in our pioneering sustainable environmental and community programmes. We also commissioned a water recycling plant so that we can use underground water for our operations, and not purchasing expensive water from the municipality.

Established mining jurisdiction

PAR has an experienced management team, technical skills and mining infrastructure in place to drive success, plus an industry-leading safety record. Our mining tenure in South Africa is secure, with mining rights expiring in 2038 at Evander Mines and in 2051 at Barberton Mines. The Mintails acquisition was permitted within 2 years, including community consultations and environmental authorisations.

Track record of delivery

From new retreatment and infrastructure plants to underground expansions, we have a proven record of bringing new operations online on-time and in-budget.

Operational Highlights FY23

0%
Record gold production (oz.)
0
GRoup aisc (us$)
0
Net cash from operations (US$)
0
Fatality-free shifts
0
MW/month solar energy
0
in capital investments (US$)

Investor Information

Investor calendar

Key dates in the Pan African calendar to diarise:

Annual general meeting 23 November 2023
Interim results announcement 14 February 2024
Financial year-end 30 June 2024
Results announcement 11 September 2024

Share Price

Pan African is an African-focused mid-tier gold producer, dual primary listed on the AIM of the LSE (ticker: PAF) and the main board of the JSE (ticker: PAN) as well as the A2X Market (A2X). Our shares trade on the OTCQX Best Market (OTCQX) in the United States of America (USA) through a Level 1 American Depository Receipt (ADR) programme (ticker: PAFRY), sponsored by the Bank of New York Mellon, and ordinary shares (ticker: PAFRF).

JSE

LSE

join us on our journey of growth

Integrated thinking is central to our growth policy and to the management of our business. Our plan ensures that we control the capital used or impacted by our activities to provide enduring value to all investors over the short (one year), medium (two to three years) and long term (over three years).

Our customers and gold investors include the gold bullion export market, Rand Refinery, Gold Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), and the makers of Krugerrands and gold jewellery.

Operations

Mining buildings with a sunset and a vast landscape behind it

Elikhulu Tailings Retreatment Plant

Processes 1.2 Mtpm of historic tailings to produce up to 60 000 oz./year at an ultra-low AISC of US$ 1 003/oz.

Large round factory towers with scaffolding above it and a city and mountains in the background

Barberton Tailings Retreatment Plant

Produced 19 560 oz. in FY 2022 at AISC of just US$ 891, with plans to increase bulk feed and LOM.

Factory buildings and machinery at night lit up with lights, and a mountain range and sunset in the background

Barberton Mines

Accessing the legendary high-grade orebodies at Barberton, the Fairview, Royal Sheba and Consort Mines produced 75 000 oz. in FY22.

Mining buildings with greenery and a vast landscape behind it

Evander Mines

One of southern Africa’s lowest-cost underground mines, producing 48 850 oz. in FY22.

A graphic map depicting where the proposed plant will be as well as surrounding pits and significant landmarks in the area

Mintails

A new, high-quality tailings acquisition that will increase the Group’s production profile by 50 000 oz./annum.

A model of the +/- 1 100 km2 area in the Nakasib Suture Zone (NSZ) with a gold banner reading "Exploration" on the top right

Block 12, Sudan

A +/- 1 100 km2 area in the Nakasib Suture Zone (NSZ) has yielded promising samples of avg. 13.6 g/t.

ESG & Sustainability

We are using innovation and technology to reduce our reliance on natural resources in a sustainable manner and to limit our carbon footprint through renewable energy projects

In 2022, we commissioned our 10 MW solar PV plant. Producing clean power is central to our environmental objectives of combatting climate change, protecting our biodiversity, and creating a circular economy across the value chain.

Responsible stewardship; ongoing investments in our communities; and a commitment to good governance and the highest levels of safety is just the way we do business.

EXPLORE:

A man in a khaki shirt is smiling at the camera and kneeling over a plant, with other plants surrounding him
Cascading rows of solar panels placed on grass

Our Strategic Pillars

Through our strategic pillars we manage and address risks and opportunities, material matters faced by Pan African over the short-, medium- and long-term, key stakeholder concerns and execute on value-creating growth projects to achieve our strategy.

A graphic of a grey bar chart

Profitability

A graphic drawing of what looks like a flower in soil with another line underneath it

Sustainability

A grey graphic depicting the outline of three people with a round shape branching out to each of them

Stakeholders

Three lines next to each other and an arrow pointing upwards to the far right of those

Growth