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Perseus posts another record quarterly report

Perseus has achieved another quarterly gold production record, producing 112,786 oz of gold, up 10% on the June 2021 quarter.

Asante Gold announces early works EPCM contract

“Asante looks forward to working with Harlequin and all of our project partners, towards a safe and successful project execution."

More good news for IronRidge in Ghana

"We have defined Ghana's first lithium resource of 14.5 Mt at 1.31% Li2O, within 110 km of an operating deep-sea port."

Vibramech: Maintaining a firm footprint in West Africa

Vibramech’s equipment has been supplied to Mali, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mauritania, Guinea, Senegal, Ghana, Burkina Faso and Côte d’Ivoire.

Perseus Mining increases net profit by 48% in FY,2021

“We expect this trend to continue as we close in on our objective of producing more than 500,000 oz of gold per year."

Asante Gold closes acquisition of Bibiani

Given the successful closing of the purchase, Asante is now finalizing its team that will develop the Bibiani Mine back to production.

Emiral Resources enters Ghana through its investment with Asante

Asante’s agreed purchase of the Bibiani mine will transform it into a long-life asset. Emiral remains committed to organic and growth.

Transmission and distribution key for Ghana’s energy sector

Ghana may find that its largest consumer – the mining sector – turns its gaze to the private sector to source required energy.

Asante acquires Bibiani gold mine

"It is our intention to continue building on the excellent base which Resolute has established through its recent 50,500 metres of drilling.”

Ghana’s gold revenue up 40%

[img:Tarkwa%20operation_0.JPG|The Tarkwa operation
– one of two top-
producing gold mines
in Ghana
]Accra, Ghana --- MININGREVIEW.COM --- 22 September 2008 - Ghana's gold output rose 3% to 1.27 million ounces in the first six months of 2008, but higher prices drove revenues up by a substantial 40 % to US$1.1 billion (R8 25 billion), according to the country’s Chamber of Mines.