Rosebel Gold Mines N.V., was established on May 8, 2002. The company is a subsidiary of Zijin Mining as of February 1, 2023. Rosebel is located in the Brokopondo and Sipaliwini Districts in northern Suriname, South America, 80 kilometres south of the capital city of Paramaribo. The project includes the Rosebel and the Saramacca mining areas. Among which, Rosebel is the main mining area. The Saramacca mining area is about 25 kilometers southwest of the Rosebel processing plant.
Rosebel is one of the largest in-production gold mines in South America. The Rosebel mining area commenced production in 2004, and the Saramacca mining area commenced production in the second half of 2020. From 2004 to 2021, a total of 5.65 million ounces of gold (about 176 tonnes) were produced, the annual average gold output was 314,000 ounces (about 10 tonnes). Among which, the Saramacca mining area has produced 168,000 ounces of gold (about 5 tonnes) since its commencement of production.