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New offer to end Gold Fields strike likely to be rejected, says union

NUM downed tools on ​November 2 in protest against 1 082 employees and 420 contractors losing their positions

Gold Fields set to cut jobs in restructure

The mining company is set to cut more jobs despite numerous restructuring efforts

Parliament won’t probe Mbete’s Gold Fields BEE deal

Parliament has cleared Baleka Mbete of any breach of the code of conduct regarding her share deal with Gold Fields - because she wasn't an MP in 2010.

‘Busy’ Mbete drops bribery beef

Parliamentary speaker lets go of complaint against newspaper due to her busy schedule

Gold Fields likely to appeal court finding on Oz land claim

The gold producer says it will probably appeal a court decision which found it had no right to mine parts of its New South Wales site.

Full production at Gold Fields’ South Deep mine delayed to 2017

The goldminer says ramp up has been too slow and reaching full production at its only South African mine will be delayed once again.

Sibanye Gold’s mine deal puts hold on retrenchments

The Competition Tribunal has ruled no retrenchments are allowed when Sibanye Gold acquires a majority stake in Gold One's Cooke operations.

Australia’s Ngadju tribe claim Gold Fields land

The Ngadju people say Gold Fields did not comply with the Native Title Act 1993 when it acquired the mining tenements south of Kalgoorlie.

Gold Fields vice-president resignation unlikely to affect BEE investigation

The US Securities Exchange Commission will continue investigating the BEE deal plaguing the mining firm despite Michael Fleischer's abrupt departure.

Gold Fields legal chief quits amid probe into BEE deal

Gold Fields's general counsel Michael Fleischer has resigned amid a probe by the US Securities and Exchange Commission into a BEE sale.

Gold Fields: Ex-con McKenzie’s cronies given R330m

Millions have gone to Gayton McKenzie's associates in a deal with Gold Fields - raising questions about the company's knowledge of the agreement.

Beetle-mania! Who flung dung?

Our investigations were made for prime time. Reintroducing the AmaBhungane reports that stole the show.

Sibanye offers R407-million for Wits Gold projects

The gold mining company is seeking Wits Gold's operations to extend the life of its nearby Beatrix mine and unlock value.

Gold Fields link to Duduzile Zuma

President Jacob Zuma's daughter has declared that she owns or will own shares in the controversial mining company.

Hawks confirms it will investigate Gold Fields, Mbete deal

The Hawks says it will probe a Gold Fields BEE deal involving ANC chair Baleka Mbete for alleged bribery and corruption.

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