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Unite to end violence against women and girls

25 November – 10 December 2022

AngloGold Ashanti joins the international community as it unites to mark 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence as the world continues raising awareness about the importance of taking a stand against such forms of violence and related injustices perpetrated against vulnerable members of society.

Our message

Across the world, violence against women and girls remains one of the most serious human rights violations and a major challenge to ending discrimination and gender inequality.

The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) against women and girls is an international civil society-led campaign that commences on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and ends on 10 December, Human Rights Day.

This campaign aims to honour and acknowledge the work done to eradicate GBV in the past, elevate the voices of those who are victims of GBV and transform global approaches and policies regarding gender roles, regimes and practices, while seeking to create or strengthen equitable gender norms and dynamics for fundamental, lasting changes for women and girls.

As the most pervasive breach of human rights worldwide, GBV must be addressed not just during these 16 days but every day.

AngloGold Ashanti’s continued emphasis on the need to work together to fight GBV is an extension of its clear commitment to human rights. We have a zero tolerance policy regarding gender-based violence, femicide, pedicide and any form of harassment, discrimination, prejudice and abuse.

We all have a part to play in ending violence against women and girls, in creating a world where mothers, sisters and daughters can live without fear and where women and men are valued equally, at home, work and in society. Together, we can end violence against women and children in your lifetime.

Q3 update 2022

AngloGold Ashanti published its Q3 market update on 3 November 2022. The webcast and conference call replay are available below.

Market update report   Webcast   Conference call   Playback details

Conference call replay:

  • South Africa: 010 500 4108
  • UK: 0 203 608 8021
  • Australia: 073 911 1378
  • USA: 1 412 317 0088
  • International: +27 10 500 4108
  • Replay Access Code: 43344

The playback facility will be available until November 8, 2022

Roadmap to Net Zero

Roadmap to Net zero

Targeting a 30% net, absolute reduction in carbon emissions by 2030, which requires a 46% reduction from forecast emissions levels

Market release   Presentation   Audio recording   Infographic   Animation  

Conference call recording

ESG transparency hub

Sustainability is embedded in our business activities both as a driver for long-term value creation and as a pillar of our social licence to operate.

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16 days of Activism

Against Gender-based Violence


Q3 update 2022

Roadmap to Net Zero

Our strategy to reduce carbon emissions

Embedded sustainability

ESG transparency hub

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As at 17:00 SAST on Nov 25, 2022

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Reportable environmental incidents


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GHG (CO2e) emissions

(Efficiency: 31kg/tonnes treated)

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Water reused

67% (Efficiency: 0.75kL/tonne treated)

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Energy consumption

(Efficiency: 0.5GJ/tonne treated)


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Gender diversity: Average
representation by women


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Key talent retention:


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All injury frequency rate

2.14 per million hours worked

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Number of business disruptions due to community unrest



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Climate Change
Strategy launched

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Maiden Climate Change Report and Modern Slavery Statement published in 2021 together with a Human Rights Report

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AngloGold Ashanti is included in the following ESG indices Bloomberg: Gender-Equality Index, Responsible Mining Index, S&P Global

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Total current taxes paid


* includes normal taxation and withholding taxation on dividends paid per jurisdiction

The world of AngloGold Ashanti Corporate profile

An independent, global gold mining company with a diverse, high-quality portfolio of operations, projects and exploration activities across nine countries on four continents. Gold is our principal product. Silver and sulphuric acid are by-products at our Argentinian and Brazilian operations respectively. Quebradona in Colombia is a gold-copper project.

As at 31 December 2021:


gold produced

silver produced

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Mineral Resource (copper)

market capitalisation

AGA Mineração, Brazil

AGA Mineração, in the state of Minas Gerais, comprises the Cuiabá complex and the Córrego do Sítio mining operation and the Cuiabá and Queroz gold plants.

Cerro Vanguardia, Argentina

Located in the province of Santa Cruz, Cerro Vanguardia operates multiple small open pits with high stripping ratios and multiple narrow-vein underground mines that produce gold with silver as a by-product.

Denver Office, Colorado

AngloGold Ashanti North America
4601 DTC Blvd.
Suite 550
Denver, Colorado  80237

Geita, Tanzania

Geita, one of AngloGold Ashanti’s flagship mines, is located in north-western Tanzania, in the Lake Victoria goldfields of the Mwanza region, about 120km from Mwanza and 4km west of the town of Geita.

Gramalote, Colombia

The Gramalote project, a joint venture between AngloGold Ashanti (50%) and B2Gold (50%), is located near the towns of Providencia and San Jose del Nus within the municipality of San Roque, in the northwest of the Department of Antioquia.

Head office, Johannesburg

AngloGold Ashanti's corporate offices are in Johannesburg

Tel: + 27 (0) 11 637 6000

112 Oxford Road,
Houghton Estate
Johannesburg 2198
South Africa

Iduapriem, Ghana

Iduapriem, an open-pit mine comprising the Iduapriem and Teberebie properties and the Ajopa South West concession, is located in the western region of Ghana.

Kibali, DRC

Kibali, one of the largest gold mines of its kind in Africa, is situated in the DRC, adjacent to the town of Doko and 210km from Arua on the Ugandan border.

La Colosa, Colombia

The La Colosa project is located approximately 150km west of Bogota Colombia in Tolima Department. The project is 100% owned and managed by AngloGold Ashanti and has been voluntarily suspended, since 2017, due to force majeure recognised by the national mining authority.

Nevada district

Obuasi, Ghana

Obuasi, an underground operation mining to a depth of 1,500m, is located in the Ashanti region, approximately 60km south of Kumasi.

Perth Office, Australia

AMP Building,
140 St George’s Terrace
Perth, WA 6000
(PO Box Z5046, Perth WA 6831)

Quebradona, Colombia

The Quebradona project is situated in the Middle Cáuca region of Colombia, in the Department of Antioquia, 60km southwest of Medellín within the Municipality of Jericó. The project is 100% owned and managed by AngloGold Ashanti.

Serra Grande, Brazil

Serra Grande, comprising three underground mines and an open-pit, is located in central Brazil in the state of Goiás, about 5km from the city of Crixás.

Siguiri, Guinea

Siguiri is a multiple open pit gold mine in the relatively remote district of Siguiri, around 850km northeast of the country’s capital, Conakry.

Sunrise Dam, Australia

Sunrise Dam is an underground and open pit operation located 220km northeast of Kalgoorlie and 55km south of Laverton.

Tropicana, Australia

Tropicana is comprised of a number of open pits and an underground mine located 200km east of Sunrise Dam and 330km east-northeast of Kalgoorlie.