TORONTO/ VANCOUVER, July 26- Barrick Gold Corp, the world's largest gold producer, is weighing a sale of its majority stake in African unit Acacia Mining Plc and has approached several South African miners, according to sources familiar with the situation. Barrick owns 64 percent of Acacia, a London- listed miner with three producing gold mines in Tanzania:... » Read More
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