[Novus Group] -- Mining gold recovery specialist DRDGold estimates that it will need R2-billion to develop the West Rand Tailings Retreatment Project (WRTRP), based in Johannesburg, Gauteng.
[Miningmx] -- DRDGOLD CEO, Niël Pretorius, said he would not take any chances in getting shareholders to support the proposed acquisition of gold-bearing slimes from Sibanye-Stillwater, unveiled to the market last month.
[Novus Group] -- In an environment where Sibanye-Stillwater' shareholders are reluctant to invest anything more in South African projects, leaving a large tailings retreatment project undeveloped, the marriage of forces between SA's largest domestic gold producer and tailings retreatment specialist DRDGold makes perfect sense.
[Novus Group]-- Sibanye-Stillwater en DRDGold gaan saamwerk goud uit ou mynhope te herwin.
[Miningmx] -- SIBANYE-Stillwater’s unstinting deal odyssey continued today after the firm unveiled a partnership with DRDGOLD in which it will vend surface gold resources into a partnership in return for a 38% stake in the gold retreatment company. The deal is valued at R1.3bn.
[Mining Review] -- Gold majors Sibanye-Stillwater and DRDGOLD have entered into an agreement to develop a massive surface tailings retreatment business.
[Stock News Now] -- VIDEO SNNLive spoke with Niël Pretorius, CEO of DRDGOLD Limited (NYSE: DRD) at the Precious Metals Summit 2017 in Beaver Creek, CO.
[Mining Weekly] -- The oldest company listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange with more experience than any other mining company in the recovery of gold from tailings dumps, believes that the time may have arrived for the transplanting of its remarkable expertise to other footprints.
[SA FM] -- Interview with Martin Creamer.
[Business Day TV] -- A difficult year hasn't stopped DRDGOLD from rewarding shareholders. Niel Pretorius, CEO: DRDGOLD in studio to discuss their results. Watch video
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