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Pan African well positioned as solid-margin extended-life gold producer

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Midtier South African gold mining company Pan African is building two schools for its communities, has handed over a clinic in Barberton, is planning to embed 35 MW of renewable energy, is constructing a water retreatment plant that will pretty much eliminate the use of potable water at Evander, and has a large-scale blueberry project in Barberton that will create 400 seasonable jobs a year now and many more as it is expanded. All these activities point to the London- and Johannesburg-listed company answering the environmental social and governance (ESG) call with considerable intensity.

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