Gold Fields has nine operating mines in Australia, Peru, South Africa and West Africa (including the Asanko JV) and one project in Chile.
We have total attributable annual gold-equivalent production of 2.2Moz, attributable gold-equivalent Mineral Reserves of 52.1Moz and Mineral Resources of 116.0Moz.
Sustainability for Gold Fields covers issues relating to our social licence to operate as well as mitigating the impact our operations have on the environment and adjacent communities
Our shares are listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and our American depositary shares trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
We continually look for people who have a high performance attitude and can grow with us.
Our operations depend upon the reliable supply of responsibly produced products and services, and the know-how of experts in their field.
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The Gold Fields CEO talks to Business Day TV about the projects he plans to work on
Gold Fields CEO Nick Holland has reached retirement age and will be stepping down from the position in 2021, but his last year will be a busy one.
He will spend his last year nurturing the group's nine mines and start the new Salares Norte project in Chile
Business Day TV spoke to Holland about the projects he plans to tackle before bowing out.