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AngloGold Ashanti retains 52% of graduate trainees, pledges more support for...

Mining giant AngloGold Ashanti has reaffirmed its continuous support to the people of Obuasi as it reveals, some 52 percent of graduate...

Galamsey activities threatening survival of AngloGold Ashanti, Obuasi economy – Pressure...

Calls continue grow on the government to halt activities of illegal miners on the concession of AngloGold Ashanti. Local...

AngloGold Ashanti spearheads training programme for JHS teachers in Obuasi

At least four hundred (400) Junior High School (JHS) teachers within the Obuasi Municipal and Obuasi East District have undergone training to...

‘We can’t release lands to third parties’ – AngloGold Ashanti reacts...

AngloGold Ashanti Ghana (AGAG) says it does not have the power to release any portion of land which falls within its mining...

Obuasi residents ‘fight’ AngloGold Ashanti for mining concession, jobs

Obuasi residents are up in arms against managers of AngloGold Ashanti, Obuasi mine over the company’s refusal to cede part of its...

AngloGold Ashanti confirms death of missing Obuasi miner

Mining giant AngloGold Ashanti has confirmed the death of one of its miners who went missing at its Obuasi enclave.

AngloGold suspends Obuasi operations as search for missing miner continues

Rescue teams are searching for an employee of a mining contractor with AngloGold Ashanti following a "fall of ground" in its Obuasi...

AngloGold Ashanti posts first quarter earnings of US$203 million

AngloGold Ashanti reported first quarter headline earnings of US$203 million, driven by the higher gold price, as the Company continued its reinvestment programme...

AngloGold Ashanti confirms COVID-19 case at Obuasi Gold Mine

AngloGold Ashanti Ghana confirms an employee at its Obuasi Gold Mine in Ghana, has tested positive with the COVID-19 virus.

Obuasi: Anti-gov’t demo over AngloGold jobs hit by court order

Police have secured a court order restraining residents and natives of Obuasi from embarking on their intended demonstration on Tuesday, June 25, 2019.