Following the reinstatement of Ball Mill 1 in September, gold production at the Twangiza Gold Mine has been steadily increasing as a result of improved plant availabilities. This is demonstrated by November's performance with production of 8,559 ounces poured and unit costs below $700/oz. These are the best results for Twangiza since start up. Recovery for November was also a record since start up at 85.4%, where previously recoveries had averaged 81.5%. At times during November, gold recoveries reached the 90% mark at lower throughputs, illustrating that residence times are material to performance, which confirms the company's confidence that additional CIL capacity included in the upcoming expansion will have a positive impact upon plant recoveries. Despite frequent disruption to mining activity due to the onset of the rains, November's material movement from the Twangiza Main open pit has also increased to record levels since start up, mainly as a result of the benefits of owner operator management and improved mining fleet availabilities.