Mining in Sudan

Despite riches of gold, iron ore, chromite, zinc, aluminium, nickel, and many other minerals, mining in Sudan contributes just 4% to the country’s GDP, with the yellow metal being the main driver. Now the industry may be in for a further boost as Pan African Resources has secured five prospecting concessions

2022-05-23T07:01:23+00:00May 20th, 2022|Our Mines|

New Consort Gold Mine Unearths High-Grade Ore

Consort Gold Mine

When people speak about ‘striking gold’ or say, ‘this is a gold mine’, it usually means they have found extraordinary success in an undertaking. For gold mining companies, the above phrase holds both figurative and literal meanings. In the last two years, Pan African Resources (PAR) has increased its efforts in active gold
2020-11-24T20:06:02+00:00Aug 18th, 2020|Our Mines|

Elikhulu, and The Value Of Tailings

With the right conditions and application of technology, historical mine tailings can be a lucrative source of minerals. This is exemplified by the Elikhulu Tailings Retreatment Plant at Evander Gold Mine, as PAN African Resources’ Chief Executive Officer Cobus Loots discusses

  Large tailings facilities from historic underground mining operations have presented significant liabilities,
2020-11-24T20:07:49+00:00Mar 18th, 2020|Our Mines|

Update on Barberton Mines Royal Sheba Project 6 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
2020-04-01T21:04:55+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|

Finalisation of Evander Mines Restructure and Operational Update 04 May 2018

  Further to the operational update released on 28 March 2018, Pan African Resources advises shareholders of the conclusion of the Evander Gold Mining Proprietary Limited (“Evander Mines” or“Evander”) section 189 of the South African Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995, process (“Section 189 Process”) and progress made on the Group’s operations and growth projects. Evander
2020-04-01T21:17:45+00:00May 4th, 2018|Our Mines|

Further Operational Update And Significant Increase In Barberton’s Royal Sheba Gold Resource

Following the operational update released on 2 March 2018, Pan African is pleased to provide further information on the Group’s operations and growth projects.  Key points can be summarised as follows:
  • Barberton Mines is on track to produce approximately 50,000oz of gold in the second half of the 2018 financial year, an increase of approximately
2020-04-01T21:18:00+00:00Mar 28th, 2018|Our Mines|
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