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Pan African Resources still in profit and paying dividend, despite tough few months

Revenue dipped, but Pan African's Barberton and Evander mines proved robust enough to weather a difficult few months and still turn a profit
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Pan African produced more than 85,000 ounces of gold in the six months to December

It’s been a tough few months for Pan African Resources plc (LON:PAF) as time lost due to industrial action and processing problems at the Barberton tailings operation ate into production.

Underground development issues were also a problem.

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During the six months to December 2017, Pan African delivered 85,282 ounces of gold produced from its South African projects, down nearly 7% on the comparable period in 2016.

Even so, Pan African still ranks comfortably among mid-tier producers and continues to pay a dividend, marked at just under 0.88p per share for the full financial year.

READ: Pan African Resources is reviewing its cost base and "strategic merits" of its portfolio

Profits for the six months to December came in at £3.3mln.

During the period, the company also disposed of the troubled Phoenix platinum project, and also pressed on with development of the Elikhulul tailings project, which will be a low cost operation.



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