However, on-mine costs per ounce did rise as grades fell and certain logistical constraints underground restricted output.
Operating cash flow during the second quarter of the year amounted to US$4.7 mln.
It’s envisaged that the current dividend of US$0.275 cents per annum will be maintained.
“We remain confident of achieving our 2017 full year guidance of between 52,000 and 57,000 ounces,” said chief executive Steve Curtis.
The company remains on track to boost production to 80,000 ounces per year by 2021.