Anglogold Ashanti Returning Home To Ghana
Mining giant AngloGold Ashanti has suspended operations after a staff went missing following an incident at its Obuasi Site. In a statement, the company said “AngloGold Ashanti reports with deep regret that an employee of our mining contractor at the Obuasi Gold Mine in Ghana, is missing after a fall of ground in one of the operation’s mining stopes.May 08, 2015 Here are top 10 biggest gold mines in the world 10. Obuasi, Ghana. Located in Ghana in western Africa, Obuasi is one of the largest gold mines in the world, which is owned and operated by Anglo Gold Ashanti, a leading gold production company. It was unearthed a century ago, in 1897 and continues to yield as much as 29830000 oz of gold every year.May 24, 2019 B2Gold would pay about a third of the book value for Shamva, last assessed at $167m seven years ago, said Bloomberg News. It would also invest $150m to $200m developing the mine, according to the newswire. The purchase would be an unusual investment in Zimbabwe’s struggling gold sector, with the two biggest producers, Metallon and RioZim.May 30, 2021 AngloGold Ashanti has announced that it has retrieved the body of a miner who was trapped together with others in an underground mining pit after 11 days. “It is with great sadness that AngloGold Ashanti reports that the miner, missing after a geotechnical event at the Obuasi mine on Tuesday, 18 May 2021 has unfortunately [ ].