AngloGold Ashanti plans to boost South African uranium output.

By bne IntelliNews November 18, 2011
South African AngloGold Ashanti, the biggest gold mining company on the continent, plans to boost its uranium production on the domestic market, McGregor BFA reported. South Africa has a potential to produce some 8 million to 9 million pounds of uranium annually, up from about 1.5 million pounds currently, according to the miner. AngloGold plans also to upgrade its mining technology in order to maintain gold production. Headquartered in Johannesburg, AngloGold Ashanti has 20 operations on four continents and several exploration programmes in both the established and new gold producing regions of the world.
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