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Pan African Resources’ surface operations working at 70% capacity

Barberton Mines will also endeavour to resume limited operations its Fairview operation to ensure the required minimum feed for its BIOX processing plant.

Criminal activity disrupting Barberton operations

Pan African Resources has condemned the criminal activity that has resulted in ongoing disruptions at its subsidiary, Barberton Mines.
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Pan African Resources concludes wage negotiations at Barberton Mines

JSE-listed Pan African Resources has successfully concluded a three-year wage agreement at its flagship Barberton Mines operation.

Pan African Resources’ operations outlook shows promise

JSE-listed Pan African Resources believes its Barberton Mines will produce approximately 50 0000 oz of gold for the second half of the 2018 financial year, an increase of approximately 23% from the first half of the...

Mining minister issues Section 52 at Lily gold mine

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane said that after visiting the Lily gold mine, near Barberon last week Friday, the Department of Minerals (DMR) and Vantage Goldfields’ management agreed to suspend the mine with immediate...

AMCU condemns Barberton mine collapse, three workers remain unaccounted for

The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has condemned the accident that took place early Friday morning at the Vantage Goldfields’ Lily mine, in Barberton, Mpumalanga and called for criminal charges to be laid against the...

Pan African Resources concludes 2015 gold wage agreement

Pan African Resources has successfully concluded a gold wage agreement at its Barberton and Evander gold mining operations and entered into multi-year agreements with the unions representing its employees. Barberton Mines has concluded a two-year...

Pan African Resources forecasts 40%-60% drop in FY EPS, HEPS

Pan African Resources forecasts that its earnings per share (EPS) and headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the financial year ended June 30,2015 will be between 40% and 60% lower than the R24.74 EPS...