Gold Fields extended her corporate social responsibility gesture to the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) as part of the World Helath Day celebrations.

The local Foundation of the company presented UMaT with a fully equipped ambulance, (🚑), to augment and help in the healthcare delivery system of the University Community.

Gold Fields has become a mining industry leader within the passed decade from being regarded only as a South African mining company with a few international assets, to one of 8 top mining companies in the world.

The company has strategically invested in health and safety, profitability and sustainability using integrated thinking as her trump card.
Notwithstanding emerging systemic  industry challenges, with the grades of ore bodies getting deeper, and being more complex and more expensive to extract, the company also recently surprised her Australian workforce with a 6% raise.

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Mines and Technology, Prof. Richard Amankwah receiving the key and documentation to the ambulance from the EVP of Gold Fields, Alfred Baku.

In his farewell message, the outgoing CEO of Gold Fields, Nick Holland, referred to Damang as being in a purple patch, and ready to contribute enormously to the Gold Fields portfolio for next 3 years.

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