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South Deep builds and equips science lab at Secondary School

“Ensuring that the future generation has a solid foundation in the natural sciences is critical to the development of our country and our business."

Gold Fields surpasses 15,000 first vaccinations across all regions

Mandatory vaccination is not legal in Peru and Chile, while a shortage of vaccinations makes this unfeasible in Ghana at present.

Over 75% of South Deep’s workforce fully vaccinated

During the peak of the third wave, between two to three employees who tested positive for Covid-19 were in hospital at any given point.

Mines Rescue Services tests world-first technology at South Deep twin shaft

“This is a world-first technology, developed in South Africa, by South Africans, for the South African mining industry.” - Mannas Fourie.
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Gold Fields settles into ‘new normal’ post COVID-19

Gold producer Gold Fields produced 557 000 oz of gold in Q3, 2020, up 7% year-on-year (or 1% quarter-on-quarter), as its operations recovered from the Coronavirus pandemic.
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South Deep gold mine: Gold Fields’ South African mine back in the black

Gold Fields’ South Deep gold mine returned to profit in 2019, achieving two consecutive cash positive quarters following more than ten years of losses.

Wits – Gold Fields research collaboration goes deep

Students at Wits, with the support of Gold Fields, are building capacity to apply mechanised mining methods and technologies in deep-level gold mines.
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The future of South Africa’s deep level gold mining

South Africa’s deep level gold mining industry will over the next 10 years almost entirely cease to exist (excluding Gold Fields’ South Deep mine).

NUM strike at South Deep continues into third week

Gold Fields advises that the strike at its South Deep mine by the National Union of Mineworkers continues into its third week

Strike violence at South Deep

Gold Fields says the strike action by the National Union of Mineworkers, which began on 2 November, has resulted in the loss of four days of production.