Barrick Gold’s North Mara and Bulyanhulu gold mines delivered a combined production of more than 500 000 ounces in 2021, meeting a key criterion for membership of the company’s elite Tier One portfolio.
The operations were moribund gold mines when Barrick took over their management two years ago. The within-guidance performance was achieved with both mines retaining their ISO 45001 safety and ISO 14001 environmental accreditations, in common with Barrick’s other operations.
North Mara is on track to become a fully integrated mine with the planned commissioning of the Nyabirama pit during the current quarter and the scheduled commencement of the Nyabigena pit in the third quarter of 2022. This is expected to add substantial resources and increased flexibility to its plan.
Bulyanhulu has been re-established as a world-class, low-cost, long-life underground mine as it achieved steady state production on the successful ramp-up of its mining and metallurgical operations in December 2021. Both mines are expected to report a significant growth of their mineral reserves, net of depletion, for 2021. (News is from Dineo Phoshoko in miningnews.com.za)
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