TORONTO, Nov. 10, 2017 /CNW/ - Golden Star Resources (NYSE American: GSS; TSX: GSC; GSE: GSR) ("Golden Star" or the "Company") is hosting an analyst and investor visit to its two mines in Ghana on November 10 and 11, 2017.
During these two days, the group will visit the Company's two high grade underground mines (Wassa Underground and Prestea Underground) and the two open pit operations (Wassa Main Pit and the Prestea Open Pits). The group will also be given a series of technical presentations, which will cover all aspects of the Company's operations including its exploration program.
The technical presentations are available on the Company's website at: http://www.gsr.com/investors/events-and-presentations/default.aspx
Golden Star is an established gold mining company that owns and operates the Wassa and Prestea mines situated on the prolific Ashanti Gold Belt in Ghana, West Africa. Listed on the NYSE American, the TSX, and the GSE, Golden Star is strategically focused on increasing operating margins and cash flow through the development of its two high grade, low cost underground mines both in conjunction with existing open pit operations. The Wassa Underground Gold Mine commenced commercial production in January 2017 and the Prestea Underground Gold Mine is expected to achieve commercial production in the fourth quarter of 2017. Gold production in 2017 is expected to be 255,000-280,000 ounces with cash operating costs of US$780-860 per ounce.
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Golden Star Resources is an established gold mining company that holds a 90% interest in the Wassa, Prestea and Bogoso gold mines in Ghana. Golden Star has Mineral Reserves of 3.9 million ounces and 6.0 million ounces in Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources. The Company is pursuing brownfield development projects at its Wassa and Prestea mines that are expected to transform these mines into...