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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...

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

Gold Fields has halted production at its South Deep mine as a result of strike action by trade union NUM, which started on the afternoon of 2 November 2018.
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NUM workers to go on strike at South Deep mine

On 31 October Gold Fields received a notice by the National Union of Mineworkers of its intention to embark on a protected strike at its South Deep operation in South Africa to protest retrenchments at the mine.
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NUM concerned about retrenchments at South Deep mine

The National Union of Mineworkers is worried about Goldfield's decision to retrench more than 1 500 mineworkers at its operation in South Deep, west of Johannesburg.

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