In the media

05 March 2018

DRDGOLD's reserves to nearly double following Sibanye-Stillwater acquisition

Niel Pretorius, chief executive of DRDGOLD Limited, discusses with Proactive's Andrew Scott the proposed deal with Sibanye-Stillwater.

19 February 2018

Watch: South African gold miners show good interim numbers

[Africa Live] -- It's reporting season for some of the gold miners in South Africa, and at least two of them are showing good interim results. Harmony Gold produced a 49 percent increase in headline earnings recently. And DRDGold was also happy with its six months performance.

16 February 2018

Watch: DRDGold is back in the black

[Business Day] -- Gold producer DRDGold released its interim on Thursday, announcing that revenue was up 6% to R1.25bn due to higher gold production and gold sales.

15 February 2018

DRDGOLD maintains WRTRP will deliver short-term value

[Mining Review] -- Dual-listed DRDGOLD CEO, Niël Pretorius, says the proposed transaction with Sibanye-Stillwater, based on the latter’s West Rand Tailings Retreatment Project “is well within DRDGOLD’s capacity to execute, and is capable of delivering both short-term value and long-term optionality”.

15 February 2018

DRDGold leaps almost 9% after declaring dividend

[Business day] -- DRDGold’s share price jumped 8.8% to R8.85 on Thursday morning after it declared a 5c interim dividend on a return to profit.

15 February 2018

Listen: Neil Pretorius radio interview

[RSG] -- DRDGold results: Neil Pretorius radio interview 

05 February 2018

DRDGold’s Pretorius to win support for Sibanye deal with cash bait

[Miningmx] -- DRDGold CEO, Niël Pretorius, will hope to persuade the firm’s shareholders that the company can generate enough cash to significantly offset the R2bn capital required to process gold-bearing tailings purchased from Sibanye-Stillwater.

05 February 2018

Acceptance of realities prerequisite for gold mining success – DRDGold

[Polity] -- Speaking on day one of the Mining Indaba at a function to mark the 30th anniversary of the World Gold Council, Pretorius said that the simple reality of gold mining in South Africa currently was that it is far less attractive than it was 30 years ago.