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11-Sep-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? seventh sales cycle of 2018, amounting to USD505 million.



Sales value(3)

*Cycle 7 2018(1) (provisional) - USD505 million

*Cycle 6 2018(2) (actual) - USD533 million

*Cycle 7 2017 (actual) - USD507 million



(1)Cycle 7 2018 provisional sales value represents sales as at 10 September 2018.

(2)Cycle 6 2018 actual sales value is restated following the earlier publication of a provisional figure for the sixth sales cycle of 2018.

(3)Sales values are quoted on a consolidated accounting basis and are before capitalisation of pre-commercial production revenues at Gahcho Ku?. Auction Sales included in a given cycle are the sum of all sales between the end of the preceding cycle and the end of the noted cycle.
07-Sep-2018
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 26 July 2018, the equivalent of the dividend detailed above, in Sterling is GBP37.8884 pence per share and in Euros is EUR42.2520 cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.773232 and USD1 = EUR0.862286.



As announced on 26 July 2018, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R6.49936 per ordinary share.



The payment date of the dividend is Friday, 21 September 2018.



Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 26 July 2018 and are on the company?s website: www.angloamerican.com
01-Aug-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced completion of the sale, by its 73%-held subsidiary Anglo American Inyosi Coal (Pty) Ltd., of the New Largo thermal coal project and Old New Largo closed colliery in South Africa (together, ?New Largo?) to New Largo Coal (Pty) Ltd., which is owned by Seriti Resources (Pty) Ltd. (?Seriti?) and Coalzar (Pty) Ltd. (?Coalzar?), two companies majority owned and controlled by historically disadvantaged South Africans (?HDSAs?), and the Industrial Development Corporation SOC Ltd. (the ?IDC?).



As announced on 29 January 2018, the cash consideration payable for New Largo is ZAR850 million (approximately USD65 million).
31-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? sixth sales cycle of 2018, amounting to USD530 million.

26-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced that its board has approved the development of the world-class Quellaveco copper project in Peru.



The development phase of the project will commence following completion of the transaction, announced in June 2018, whereby Mitsubishi Corporation (?Mitsubishi?) will increase its interest in Anglo American Quellaveco S.A., (?AAQSA?), which owns the Quellaveco project, to 40%. The development has an expected capital cost of USD5.0 to 5.3 billion and will be funded on an attributable basis: 60% by Anglo American and 40% by Mitsubishi, with Mitsubishi pre-funding the first $500 million of Anglo American?s share of the capital expenditure.



First production of copper is expected in 2022, ramping up to full production in 2023. During the first ten years of full production Quellaveco is expected to produce approximately 300 000 tonnes per year at a cash cost of USD1.05 per pound of copper.



The support of local communities is the result of an innovative 18-month consultation with local authorities and community representatives from the Moquegua region. Through this ?dialogue table?, Anglo American agreed 26 detailed and specific long-term commitments relating to water management, environmental protection and social investment. For example, by ensuring that the water required by the operation is drawn mainly from a river whose water is naturally unfit for human or agricultural use and additionally by collecting excess rainfall and sharing it with the communities, Anglo American is delivering on its promise of a positive water impact for local people and their livelihoods.
26-Jul-2018
(C)
Revenue for the interim period jumped to USD13.7 billion (USD12.1 billion) whilst operating profit lowered to USD2.4 billion (USD2.6 billion). Profit attributable to equity shareholders decreased to USD1.3 billion (USD1.4 billion). In addition, headline earnings per share dipped to USD103 cents per share (USD107 cents per share).



Dividends

In line with the Group's established dividend policy to pay out 40% of underlying earnings, the Board are recommending an interim dividend of USD0.49 per share, equivalent to USD630 million.



Company outlook

The outlook for 2018 global consumer demand remains positive in most of the main diamond-consuming countries, based on world economic prospects, positive consumer sentiment and continued investment in marketing.



For 2018, forecast diamond production (on a 100% basis, except Gahcho Ku??? on an attributable 51% basis) remains unchanged at 34-36 million carats, subject to trading conditions.
24-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo noted the announcement of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd.?s 2018 interim results for the half year ended 30 June 2018, released on the morning of 24 July 2018 to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and available via www.angloamericankumba.com/financial-results.
23-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc notes the announcement of Anglo American Platinum?s interim results for the half year ended 30 June 2018, released this morning to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and available via www.angloamericanplatinum.com/investors/financial-results-centre.aspx
23-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc notes the announcement by Anglo American Platinum that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Rustenburg Platinum Mines Ltd., has signed a sale and purchase agreement with Glencore Operations South Africa (Pty) Ltd. to purchase its 39% interest in the Mototolo joint venture.



The full announcement is available on the Anglo American website via www.angloamericanplatinum.com/media/press-releases/2018.aspx.
19-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo noted the announcement by De Beers Group about the agreement reached by De Beers Canada to acquire 100% of the outstanding securities of Peregrine Diamonds Ltd (TSX: PGD) (?Peregrine?), owner of the high quality Chidliak diamond resource located in Canada?s Nunavut Territory, at a purchase price of CAD0.24 per share, for a total cash consideration of approximately CAD107 million (approximately UD$81 million). The full announcement is available on the De Beers Group website via www.debeersgroup.com/en/news/company-news/company-news.html
19-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
17-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo?s 78% owned subsidiary, Anglo American Platinum Ltd. (?Anglo American Platinum?), announced that its subsidiary, Anglo Platinum Marketing Ltd. (?APML?), has subscribed for interests in two UK based venture capital funds (the ?Funds"), with a total aggregate commitment of USD100 million. Anglo American Platinum?s commitment to the Funds is matched by a USD100 million commitment from South Africa?s Government Employees Pension Fund represented by the Public Investment Corporation SOC Ltd (the ?PIC?).



The Funds will be managed through an independent fund management business, AP Ventures LLP, led by two experienced former APML executives. The Funds have been established to invest globally in companies which support the development of innovative and competitive technological uses of platinum group metals (?PGMs?).



The first Fund will hold certain of APML?s existing investments which have been made under APML?s PGM investment programme. The second Fund will be established to make new investments.



Anglo American Platinum issued an announcement this morning to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange which is available on the Anglo American Platinum website via www.angloamericanplatinum.com/media/press-releases/2018.aspx.



This transaction is a smaller related party transaction under UK Listing Authority (?UKLA?) Listing Rule 11, as the PIC is a substantial shareholder in Anglo American plc. The transaction is therefore subject to the requirements of UKLA Listing Rule 11.1.10R.
05-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc noted the announcement of Anglo American Platinum Ltd. about the disposal of its 33% interest in the Bafokeng Rasimone Platinum Mine joint venture, for a total purchase consideration of R1.863 billion (approximately USD135 million). The announcement was released this morning to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and is available on the Anglo American Platinum website via http://www.angloamericanplatinum.com/media/press-releases/2018.aspx
28-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Our report on payments to governments made by the Company and its subsidiary undertakings for the year ended 31 December 2017, as required under the UK's Reports on Payments to Governments Regulations 2014 (as amended in December 2015), was filed at Companies House today. The UK Regulations enact domestic rules in line with Chapter 10 of the EU Accounting Directive. The report also satisfies the requirements of Rule 4.3A of the Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules of the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK.



A readable version of this report can be found within the Mandatory Reports section at www.angloamerican.com/investors/annual-reporting/reports-library/report-2018 We also continue to publish, on a voluntary basis, our annual Taxes paid report. These reports are more comprehensive than the mandatory filing and includes the wider payments made by Anglo American to governments in each of the main countries in which we operate and also includes information about our tax strategy and governance, international related party dealings and other disclosures.
26-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? fifth sales cycle of 2018, amounting to USD575 million.
14-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
22-May-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? fourth sales cycle of 2018, amounting to USD550 million.
09-May-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majorities at the Company?s Annual General Meeting held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at 2.30pm on Tuesday, 8 May 2018.
03-May-2018
(Official Notice)
Reference is made to the notice of redemption delivered by Anglo American Capital plc on April 3, 2018 to holders of its USD352 030 000 3.625% Senior Notes due 2020 (the ?May Notes?) and USD281 406 000 4.450% Senior Notes due 2020 (the ?September Notes? and together with the May Notes, the ?Notes?) and the Supplement to the Notice of Redemption delivered on April 30, 2018 announcing the Redemption Price.



The Issuer hereby informs holders of the Notes that all the outstanding Notes have been redeemed and cancelled, and the Issuer has requested to cancel the Notes from the United Kingdom Listing Authority?s Official List.



Terms used but not defined herein shall have the meaning given to them in the notice of redemption.



The Issuer has notified the holders pursuant to the terms of the Notes.
02-May-2018
(Official Notice)
Reference is made to the notice of redemption delivered by Anglo American Capital plc on April 3, 2018 to holders of its USD352 030 000 3.625% Senior Notes due 2020 (the ?May Notes?) and USD281 406 000 4.450% Senior Notes due 2020 (the ?September Notes? and together with the May Notes, the ?Notes?).



The Issuer hereby informs holders of the May Notes that the redemption price of the May Notes to be redeemed on May 3, 2018 (the ?Redemption Date?) is USD363 321 910.00 and comprises the principal amount of USD352 030 000 plus the Applicable Premium of USD5 301 288.37 and accrued and unpaid interest to the Redemption Date of USD5 990 621.63.



The Issuer hereby informs holders of the September Notes that the redemption price of the September Notes to be redeemed on the Redemption Date is USD292 898 654.51 and comprises the principal amount of USD281 406 000 plus the Applicable Premium of USD10 240 397.81 and accrued and unpaid interest to the Redemption Date of USD1 252 256.70.



Terms used but not defined herein shall have the meaning given to them in the notice of redemption. The Issuer has notified the holders pursuant to the terms of the Notes.



To view the notice, please click on the link below.

* www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/6609M_1-2018-4-30.pdf
26-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 22 February 2018, the equivalent of the dividend detailed above, in Sterling is 38.6653 pence per share and in Euros is EUR44.1255 cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.716023 and USD1 = EUR0.817139.



As announced on 22 February 2018, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R6.31692 per ordinary share.



The payment date of the dividend is Friday, 11 May 2018.



Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 22 February 2018 and are on the Company?s website: www.angloamerican.com
24-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American provided an update on the inspection of its Minas- Rio iron ore pipeline in Brazil, and the expected timeline for operations to restart.



As announced on 3 April, Anglo American is progressing with a full inspection of its pipeline at the Minas-Rio iron ore operation, which is expected to take approximately 90 days to complete. The inspection includes an internal scan of every section of the pipeline and will then be followed by a detailed analysis of the data and an assessment of required remedial action. Mining operations will then resume once any repair work is completed, the pipeline has been tested and the regulatory authorities have provided their consent to the resumption of pipeline operations.



On this basis, the current expectation is that the operation will begin to ramp up in Q4 2018, resulting in a USD300 ? 400 million reduction in Anglo American?s EBITDA for 2018.
24-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American reports a 4% increase in total production on a copper equivalent basis in the first quarter of 2018, compared to the same period of 2017.



Highlights

* De Beers production increased by 15% reflecting a ramp-up in production in response to sustained healthy trading conditions and the inclusion of production from Gahcho Ku?.

* Copper production increased by 9% to 154,900 tonnes with strong operational performance and higher grade at Los Bronces and improved plant performance at Collahuasi.

* Platinum production increased by 7% and palladium by 9% due to improved operational performances across the portfolio. The sale of Union mine was completed on 1 February 2018.

* Kumba Iron Ore production increased by 4% to 10.9 million tonnes driven by improved productivity at Kolomela.

* Minas-Rio production decreased by 30% to 3.0 million tonnes primarily as a result of the suspension of the operation following a leak in the pipeline that carries iron ore slurry from the mine to the port.

* Metallurgical coal production increased by 6% due to performance improvements at Moranbah and the continued ramp-up of Grosvenor.
17-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? third sales cycle of 2018, amounting to USD520 million.
03-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the suspension of its Minas-Rio iron ore operation in Brazil, with effect Thursday 29 March, in order to conduct a full inspection of the pipeline that carries iron ore, in slurry form, from the mine to the export terminal.



Minas-Rio took the decision to suspend the operation following a minor leak that was identified in the pipeline at approximately 7pm on 29 March. This leak of non-hazardous iron ore slurry was stopped within eight minutes and caused no disruption to local water supply. It occurred in close proximity to a similar leak on 12 March, near a pumping station. There were no injuries.



Specialised technical equipment will now be used to identify any other areas of potential weakness within the pipeline. Due to the length of the pipeline and the priority of ensuring the protection of the natural environment, the current expectation is that it will take approximately 90 days for the full inspection to be completed during which time operations at Minas-Rio will remain suspended.



Minas-Rio is working closely with its employees and unions and all the relevant authorities in Brazil, both locally and nationally, and Anglo American?s Marketing business is engaging with its customers in relation to product delivery schedules.
15-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Further to its indicative results announcement earlier today, Anglo American Capital plc 1 (the "Company") announces the final results and pricing of its invitations to holders of such of its outstanding notes as are listed below (together, the "Notes") to tender to the Company for purchase by the Company for cash (the "Tender Offers") for an aggregate consideration of up to the Total Funds Available, in each case upon the terms and subject to the conditions set out in the tender offer memorandum dated 7 March 2018 (the "Tender Offer Memorandum") prepared by the Company. The Tender Offers expired at 16:00 hours (London time) on 14 March 2018. Capitalised terms used but not defined in this announcement have the meanings given to them in the Tender Offer Memorandum.



The Company hereby announces it will accept for purchase all validly tendered Notes pursuant to the Tender Offers on the basis of the Series Acceptance Amounts for each series of Notes, which also includes the relevant Purchase Price, the relevant Purchase Yield, Accrued Interest and, in respect of the Fixed Spread Notes accepted for purchase, the relevant Reference Rate.

15-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the indicative results of its invitations to holders of its outstanding notes to tender to the Company for purchase by the Company for cash (the ?Tender Offers?) for an aggregate consideration of up to the Total Funds Available, in each case upon the terms and subject to the conditions set out in the tender offer memorandum dated 7 March 2018 (the ?Tender Offer Memorandum?) prepared by the Company. The Tender Offers expired at 16:00 hours (London time) on 14 March 2018. Capitalised terms used but not defined in this announcement have the meanings given to them in the Tender Offer Memorandum.



Following expiration of the Tender Offer Period, the Company hereby announces that, in the event it decides to accept valid tenders of Notes pursuant to the Tender Offers, it intends to accept all Notes pursuant to the Tender Offers on the basis of the indicative non-binding Series Acceptance Amounts for each series of Notes.



Pricing and Results

Pricing will take place on or around 13:00 hours (London time) (the ?Pricing Time?) today. As soon as reasonably practicable after the Pricing Time, the Company will announce (i) whether the Company will accept valid Offers to Sell pursuant to the Tender Offers; (ii) in respect of the Notes accepted for purchase, the relevant Purchase Price; (iii) in respect of the Fixed Spread Notes accepted for purchase, the relevant Reference Rate and the relevant Purchase Yield; and (iv) the relevant Series Acceptance Amounts, any Pro- Rating Factor (if applicable) and Accrued Interest Amounts.



Settlement of the Tender Offers and payment of the Tender Consideration in respect of any Notes accepted for purchase is expected to take place on 19 March 2018. Notes that are not tendered and accepted for purchase pursuant to the Tender Offers will remain outstanding.
07-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Capital plc1 (the ?Company?) today announces its invitations to holders of such of its outstanding notes as are listed below (together the ?Notes?) to tender to the Company for purchase by the Company for cash (the ?Tender Offers?) for an aggregate consideration of up to the Total Funds Available (as defined below), upon the terms and subject to the conditions set out in the tender offer memorandum dated 7 March 2018 (the ?Tender Offer Memorandum?) prepared by the Company, and subject to the offer and distribution restrictions set out below and as more fully described in the Tender Offer Memorandum. Copies of the Tender Offer Memorandum are (subject to distribution restrictions) available from the Tender Agent as set out below. Capitalised terms used but not defined in this announcement have the meanings given to them in the Tender Offer Memorandum.
06-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:



Offering Circular dated 6 March 2018 (the Offering Circular) relating to the USD15,000,000,000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo American plc(1) and Anglo American Capital plc(2).



To view the Offering Circular, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/8670G_-2018-3-6.pdf



A copy of the Offering Circular has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM.

06-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? second sales cycle of 2018, amounting to USD555 million.
05-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that the following documents were published on its website: www.angloamerican.com



* Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2017 (the ?2017 Annual Report?)

* Notice of the 2018 Annual General Meeting to be held on 8 May 2018

* Sustainability Report 2017



The 2017 Annual Report and Notice of the 2018 Annual General Meeting (and proxy form for the 2018 Annual General Meeting) have been submitted to the UK Listing Authority via the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be made available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM. rough SENS.
01-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc ("Anglo American") confirms completion of the sale of its Eskom-tied domestic thermal coal operations in South Africa (the "Operations") to Seriti (the "Transaction"). The consideration payable for the Operations as at 1 January 2017 is ZAR2.3 billion (approximately USUSD164 million). The Operations consist of the New Vaal, New Denmark and Kriel collieries, as well as four closed collieries.

26-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the completion of the sale of its 88.17% interest in the Drayton thermal coal mine and Drayton South project (together, ?Drayton?), located in New South Wales, Australia, to Malabar Coal Ltd. following the announcement of the sale and purchase agreement in May 2017. The terms of the transaction remain confidential.



Anglo ceased mining activities at the Drayton mine during 2016.
22-Feb-2018
(C)
Revenue for the year increased to USD26.2 billion (2016: USD21.4 billion) and operating profit shot up to USD5.5 billion (2016: USD1.7 billion). Profit for the financial year attributable to equity shareholders of the company grew to USD3.2 billion (2016: USD1.6 billion). Furthermore, headline earnings per share rose to USD229 cents per share (2016: USD147 cents per share).



Dividends

The Company's materially improved balance sheet supported the decision to resume dividend payments at the half year, six months earlier than expected, and a dividend based on 40% of first half underlying earnings was paid in September 2017.



The payout ratio based dividend policy provides shareholders with exposure to improvements in product prices, while retaining cash flow flexibility during periods of weaker pricing. In line with the policy, the board proposes a final dividend of 40% of second half underlying earnings, equal to USD54 cents per share, bringing the total dividends paid and proposed in the year to USD1.02 per share.



Company outlook

Improving global macro-economic conditions remain supportive of consumer demand growth for polished diamonds in 2018. The degree of global economic growth, however, will be dependent upon a number of factors, including the extent of the positive impact on growth in consumer spending from US tax cuts, the strength of the dollar on consumer demand in non-dollar-denominated countries, and how successfully China manages its adjustment to a more domestic consumer-driven economy.



For 2018, forecast diamond production (on a 100% basis except Gahcho Kue on an attributable 51% basis) is expected to be in the range of 34-36 million carats, subject to trading conditions.



19-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American notes the announcement of Anglo American Platinum Ltd.?s results for the year ended 31 December 2017, released this morning to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and available on the Anglo American Platinum website via www.angloamericanplatinum.com/financial- results.
13-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc notes the announcement of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd.?s results for the year ended 31 December 2017, released this morning to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and available via www.angloamericankumba.com/financial-results.

01-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
30-Jan-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? first sales cycle of 2018, amounting to USD665 million.



Cycle 1 2018(1) (provisional)

*Sales value(3) - USD665 million



Cycle 10 2017(2) (actual)

*Sales value(3) - USD455 million



Cycle 1 2017 (actual)

*Sales value(3) - USD729 million



(1)Cycle 1 2018 provisional sales value represents sales as at 29 January 2018.

(2)Cycle 10 2017 actual sales value is restated following the earlier publication of a provisional figure for the tenth sales cycle of 2017.

(3)Sales values are quoted on a consolidated accounting basis and are before capitalisation of pre-commercial production revenues at Gahcho Ku?. Auction Sales included in a given cycle are the sum of all sales between the end of the preceding cycle and the end of the noted cycle.



29-Jan-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American (the ?company?) announced the sale, by its 73%-held subsidiary Anglo American Inyosi Coal (Pty) Ltd., of the New Largo thermal coal project and Old New Largo closed colliery in South Africa (together, ?New Largo?) to New Largo Coal (Pty) Ltd. (the ?Purchaser?), which is owned by Seriti Resources (Pty) Ltd. (?Seriti?) and Coalzar (Pty) Ltd. (?Coalzar?), two companies majority owned and controlled by historically disadvantaged South Africans (?HDSAs?), and the Industrial Development Corporation SOC Ltd. (the ?IDC?) (the ?Transaction?).



The consideration payable for New Largo is ZAR850 million (approximately USD71 million). The consideration will be payable in cash by the Purchaser upon closing of the Transaction.



New Largo is located in South Africa and its principal asset is the approximately 585Mt Coal Resource, with the related Mining Right, that is well-positioned to supply Eskom?s new Kusile Power Station. For further information on the Coal Resource please refer to the Anglo American Ore Reserves and Mineral Resources Report 2016.



The Transaction is subject to conditions precedent customary for a transaction of this nature, including regulatory approvals in South Africa. The Transaction is expected to close in the second half of 2018.



The Transaction is a small related party transaction under UK Listing Authority (?UKLA?) Listing Rule 11, Annex 1, as the IDC, a substantial shareholder in the company?s subsidiary Kumba Iron Ore Ltd., is a shareholder in the Purchaser. The Transaction is subject to the requirements of UKLA Listing Rule 11.1.10R, due to aggregation with the related party transaction(1) that a subsidiary of the company entered into on 14 February 2017 involving the Public Investment Corporation, an associate of the IDC, both of which are ultimately controlled by the Government of South Africa.
25-Jan-2018
(Official Notice)
Anglo American reports a 5% increase in total production on a copper equivalent basis for 2017. This was achieved despite actions taken to remove higher cost volumes in platinum and metallurgical coal, which resulted in a 2% decrease in Q4 2017 copper equivalent production compared to Q4 2016(1).



Highlights

*De Beers production increased by 5% supported by stronger trading conditions, with Gahcho Kue operating at nameplate capacity since Q2 2017.

*Copper production increased marginally to 148,600 tonnes. Collahuasi achieved record production in the year, driven by continued strong plant performance and higher grades.

*Platinum production decreased by 4% and palladium by 5% following the decision in Q3 2017 to remove unprofitable ounces by placing Bokoni on care and maintenance. Mogalakwena delivered a record production year driven by further productivity improvements.

*Kumba Iron Ore production for the full year increased by 8% to 45 million tonnes driven by improved productivity.

*Metallurgical Coal production for the full year increased marginally to 19.7 million tonnes, with Grosvenor's ramp-up and record productivity levels at underground operations offset by the removal of higher cost volumes at Dawson.

*Nickel production of 11,400 tonnes was a record quarter.
03-Jan-2018
(Official Notice)
The Company announces that Stephen Pearce, the Company?s Finance Director, was appointed as a non-executive director of Anglo American Platinum Limited on 1 January 2018. Mr Pearce is also a non-executive director of Kumba Iron Ore Limited. Anglo American Platinum and Kumba Iron Ore are members of the Anglo American plc Group and are both listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. This notification satisfies the Company's obligations under Listing Rule 9.6.14 (2).



12-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? tenth sales cycle of 2017, amounting to USD450 million.

16-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
The Company announced that Nolitha Fakude, a Non-Executive Director of the Company, was appointed as a Non-Executive Director of the JSE Ltd. on 15 November 2017.
14-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? ninth sales cycle of 2017, amounting to USD455 million.
24-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo reported a 6% increase in total production on a copper equivalent basis in the third quarter of 2017, compared to the same period of 2016. For the first nine months of the year, copper equivalent production has increased by 8%.



Highlights

- At De Beers, stable trading conditions supported an increase in rough diamond production, driven principally by Debswana, and the ramp-up of Gahcho Ku?.

- Copper production increased by 5% to 147,300 tonnes, reflecting strong mine extraction and higher associated grades.

- Production guidance for Platinum has been lowered to 2.30 ? 2.35 million ounces following the closure of unprofitable production at Bokoni, which was placed on care and maintenance in the quarter.

- Production guidance at Kumba Iron Ore has been further increased to 42 ? 44 million tonnes following the continuation of strong productivity performance at Sishen.

- Metallurgical coal production increased by 8% as Grosvenor delivered strong production through successful management of geological challenges and completion of its first longwall panel.

- Thermal coal production decreased by 15% due to operating challenges at Khwezela, a 100-hour safety stoppage across all the South African coal operations in August and weather related stoppages at Cerrej?n.
17-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? eighth sales cycle of 2017, amounting to USD370 million.
21-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Further to its indicative results announcement earlier on Thursday, 21 September 2017 Anglo American Capital plc1 (the ?Company?) announces the final results and pricing of its invitations to holders of such of its outstanding notes as are listed below (together, the ?Notes?) to tender to the Company for purchase by the Company for cash (the ?Tender Offers?) (i) any and all of the Any and All Notes listed below and (ii) the Capped Notes listed below for an aggregate consideration of up to the Capped Spend Amount, in each case upon the terms and subject to the conditions set out in the tender offer memorandum dated 13 September 2017 (the ?Tender Offer Memorandum?) prepared by the Company. The Tender Offers expired at 16:00 hours (London time) on 20 September 2017. Capitalised terms used but not defined in this announcement have the meanings given to them in the Tender Offer Memorandum.



Settlement

Settlement of the Tender Offers and payment of the Tender Consideration in respect of Notes accepted for purchase is expected to take place on 25 September 2017.



Notes that have not been tendered or accepted for purchase pursuant to the Tender Offers will remain outstanding.



Commerzbank Aktiengesellschaft, Cr?dit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, MUFG Securities EMEA plc and UniCredit Bank AG are acting as Joint Dealer Managers for the Tender Offers and Lucid Issuer Services Limited is acting as Tender Agent.



13-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Capital plc (the ?company?) invited holders of the securities listed below (the ?Securities?) to tender any and all of their Securities for purchase by the company for cash (the ?Tender Offers?), on the terms of, and subject to the conditions contained in the tender offer memorandum dated September 6, 2017 (the ?Tender Offer Memorandum?).



Capitalized terms not otherwise defined in this announcement have the same meaning as assigned to them in the Tender Offer Memorandum.



The company hereby announces that it will accept for purchase validly tendered Securities pursuant to the Tender Offers with an aggregate nominal amount of USD15 574 000 on the Settlement Date and that in respect of each Series (i) the aggregate nominal amount of Securities validly accepted (the ?Acceptance Amount?); and (ii) the Purchase Price, Reference Yield and Purchase Spread, are as set out in the relevant SENS note.



Securities purchased by the company pursuant to the Tender Offers will be cancelled and will not be re-issued or re-sold.



The Settlement Date for the Tender Offers and payment of the Tender Consideration in respect of Securities validly tendered is expected to take place on September 15, 2017.
13-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Capital plc1 (the ?Company?) announced its invitations to holders of such of its outstanding notes (together the ?Notes?) to tender to the Company for purchase by the Company for cash (the ?Tender Offers?) (i) any and all of the Any and All Notes listed below and (ii) the Capped Notes listed below for an aggregate consideration of up to the Capped Spend Amount, in each case upon the terms and subject to the conditions set out in the tender offer memorandum dated 13 September 2017 (the ?Tender Offer Memorandum?) prepared by the Company, and subject to the offer and distribution restrictions set out below and as more fully described in the Tender Offer Memorandum. Copies of the Tender Offer Memorandum are (subject to distribution restrictions) available from the Tender Agent. Capitalised terms used but not defined in this announcement have the meanings given to them in the Tender Offer Memorandum.
13-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
The following Supplementary Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing: Supplementary Offering Circular dated 12 September 2017 (the ?Supplementary Offering Circular?) relating to the USD15 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo American plc and Anglo American Capital plc.



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A copy of the Supplementary Offering Circular has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM.
07-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 27 July 2017, the equivalent of the dividend detailed above, in Sterling is 36.9393 pence per share and in Euros is 40.3046 Euro cents per share based on exchange rates of US$1 = ?0.769568 and US$1 = ?0.839679.



As announced on 27 July 2017, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R6.25934 per ordinary share.



The payment date of the dividend is Friday, 22 September 2017.



Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 27 July 2017 and are on the Company?s website: www.angloamerican.com
05-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? seventh sales cycle of 2017, amounting to USD505 million.
01-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
The Company announces that Stuart Chambers, who was appointed as a non-executive director and chairman designate of the Company on 1 September 2017, has been appointed as a non-executive director and chairman designate of Travis Perkins PLC with effect from the same date.









01-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? sixth sales cycle of 2017, amounting to USD572 million.
27-Jul-2017
(C)
Revenue for the period increased to USD12.122 billion (2016: USD9.936 billion), operating profit turned around to USD2.564 billion (2016: loss of USD34 million), profit attributable to equity shareholders of the company came in at USD1.415 billion (2106: loss of USD813 million), while headline earnings per share grew to USD107 cents per share (2016: USD34 cents per share).



Dividends

In February 2017, Anglo American announced that it was maintaining the dividend suspension and that it was expecting that dividend payments would resume at the end of 2017, payable in early 2018. Given continued operational improvement and strong cash flow generation during the first half of 2017, the Group has reached its net debt and gearing targets earlier than expected and is thus in a position to resume dividend payments.



The Board has recommended adopting a pay-out ratio driven dividend policy, which is in accordance with Anglo American?s capital allocation framework and in line with the Group?s commitment to sustainably return cash to shareholders through the cycle, whilst retaining a high level of balance sheet flexibility. Going forward, the Board?s target is to distribute 40% of underlying earnings* and, in line with this pay-out ratio, proposes an interim dividend of USD48 cents per share. This dividend policy will result in variability of dividend payments in respect of each six month period, given that the industry faces volatility in commodity prices and exchange rates, among other factors. The interim dividend is applicable to shareholders on the registers on Friday 11 August 2017 and payable on Friday 22 September 2017.



Outlook

Macro-economic conditions underpinning consumer demand for polished diamonds globally remain supportive of marginal demand growth in 2017. The extent of global growth, however, will be dependent upon a number of macro-economic factors, including the effect of US and China government policies on exchange-rate movements. Correspondingly, midstream demand for rough diamonds is expected to depend on the strength of different markets? restocking requirements.



Forecast diamond production (on a 100% basis) for 2017 remains unchanged and is expected to be in the range of 31-33 million carats, subject to trading conditions.
27-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Notice was given that a dividend on the Company?s ordinary share capital in respect of the year to 31 December 2017 will be paid as follows:

* Amount (United States currency) : 48 cents per ordinary share

* Amount (South African currency) : R6.25934 per ordinary share

* Last day to effect removal of shares between the United Kingdom (UK) and South African (SA) registers : Friday 28 July 2017

* Last day to trade on the JSE Limited (JSE) to qualify for dividend : Monday 7 August 2017

* Ex-dividend on the JSE from the commencement of trading on Tuesday 8 August 2017 (note 3)

* Currency conversion USD:GBP/EUR rates announced on Thursday 7 September 2017

* Payment date of dividend : Friday 22 September 2017
25-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
The Company announced that Ian Ashby, who was appointed as a Non-Executive Director of the Company on 25 July 2017, was appointed as independent non-executive chairman of Petropavlovsk PLC on 23 June 2017.
25-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd.?s ("Kumba") announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2017. Kumba reported headline earnings of R4.603 million. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba of USD210 million for the six months ended 30 June 2017, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2017 on 27 July 2017.
24-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd.?s ("Amplats") announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2017. Amplats reported headline earnings of R747 million. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Amplats of USD37 million for the six months ended 30 June 2017, which takes into account certain adjustments.
20-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo reported an 8% increase in copper equivalent production in the second quarter of 2017, compared to the same period of 2016. For the half year as a whole, copper equivalent production increased by 9%.



Highlights

- At De Beers, the ramp-up of Gahcho Ku? and stable trading conditions supported a 36% increase in rough diamond production.

- Copper production, while broadly unchanged, was impacted by the temporary mine stoppage at El Soldado, partially offset by higher production at Los Bronces.

- Platinum?s Mogalakwena mine production increased by 15% due to higher grades and increased throughput.

- Iron ore volumes from Sishen increased by 38% due to operational improvements.

- Metallurgical coal production from Australia was impacted by Cyclone Debbie, two longwall moves in Q2 and the ongoing geological issues at Grosvenor; improvements are expected in H2.
30-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo reported on payments to governments made by the company and its subsidiary undertakings for the year ended 31 December 2016 as required under the UK's Report on Payments to Governments Regulations 2014 (as amended in December 2015) was filed at Companies House today, 30 June 2017. These UK Regulations enact domestic rules in line with Chapter 10 of the EU Accounting Directive. The report is also intended to satisfy the requirements of Rule 4.3A of the Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules of the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom.



The report will shortly be available for inspection at Companies House https://extractives.companieshouse.gov.uk/ and on the National Storage Mechanism http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM.
20-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? fifth sales cycle of 2017, amounting to USD530 million.
07-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the appointment of Stuart Chambers as chairman. Mr Chambers will join the board of Anglo American as a non-executive director and chairman designate on 1 September 2017 and will become chairman on 1 November 2017. Mr Chambers succeeds Sir John Parker who announced in February 2017 his intention to step down during the course of the year, after serving eight years as chairman. Sir John Parker will step down from the board on 31 October 2017.





30-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the completion of the sale of its 83.33% interest in the Dartbrook coal mine (?Dartbrook?) located in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia, to Australian Pacific Coal Ltd following the announcement of the sale and purchase agreement in December 2015.



Dartbrook consists of an underground thermal coal mine and associated processing infrastructure that has been on care and maintenance since 2006.



26-May-2017
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:



Offering Circular dated 26 May 2017 (the ?Offering Circular?) relating to the USD15 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo American plc1 and Anglo American Capital plc.



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23-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Ian Ashby will join the Board as a non- executive director, with effect 25 July 2017.
16-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? fourth sales cycle of 2017, amounting to USD520 million.





04-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has entered into a Sale and Purchase Agreement with Malabar Coal Ltd. to sell its 88.17% interest in the Drayton thermal coal mine and Drayton South project (together, ?Drayton?), located in New South Wales, Australia (the ?Transaction?). The Transaction will be effected via a sale of shares in the subsidiary companies holding Anglo's interest in Drayton. The Transaction remains subject to several conditions precedent and its terms are confidential.
25-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majorities at the Company?s Annual General Meeting held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at 2.30pm on Monday 24 April 2017. In line with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.
24-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
10-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the sale of its Eskom-tied domestic thermal coal operations in South Africa to a wholly owned subsidiary of Seriti Resources Holdings (Pty) Ltd. (?Seriti?), a company majority owned by historically disadvantaged South Africans (?HDSAs?) and led by a management team with extensive experience of operating and developing large coal mines in South Africa (?the Transaction?).



The Eskom-tied domestic thermal coal operations consist of the New Vaal, New Denmark and Kriel collieries, as well as four closed collieries (the ?Operations?). The Transaction will result in Seriti becoming the second largest provider of thermal coal to Eskom, supplying almost a quarter of Eskom?s current annual coal requirements.



The consideration payable for the Operations as at 1 January 2017 is ZAR2.3 billion (approximately USD164 million). Under the terms of the Transaction, the consideration payable will be adjusted for cash flows generated by the Operations between 1 January 2017 and the date on which the transaction is completed in order to determine the final payment to be made by Seriti upon completion.



The Transaction is subject to conditions precedent that are customary for a transaction of this nature, including regulatory approvals in South Africa, as well as Eskom?s consent for the transfer to Seriti of the coal supply agreements which govern the Operations? supply of coal to Eskom. The Transaction is expected to close by the end of 2017.
06-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Computershare Investor Services Pty Ltd. (?Computershare?) will replace Link Market Services South Africa (Pty) Ltd. as transfer secretary in South Africa to the company, with effect from 25 April 2017.

04-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? third sales cycle of 2017, amounting to USD580 million.
28-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Capital plc (the ?company?) announced the indicative results of its invitations to holders of such of its outstanding notes as are listed below (together, the ?Notes?) to tender some or all of their Notes to the company for purchase by the company for cash (the ?Tender Offers?), for an aggregate consideration of up to the Total Funds Available, subject to satisfaction or waiver of the New Issue Condition and upon the terms and subject to the other conditions set out in the tender offer memorandum dated 20 March 2017 (the ?Tender Offer Memorandum?) prepared by the company. The Tender Offers expired at 16:00 hours (London time) on 27 March 2017. Capitalised terms used but not defined in this announcement have the meanings given to them in the Tender Offer Memorandum.



Following expiration of the Tender Offer Period, the company hereby announces that, in the event the New Issue Condition is satisfied or waived and it decides to accept valid tenders of Notes pursuant to the Tender Offers, it intends to accept Notes pursuant to the Tender Offers with an indicative total nominal amount of approximately USD968,917,171 on the basis of (i) the indicative non-binding Series Acceptance Amounts; and (ii) the indicative non- binding Pro-Rating Factor(s), each as set out in the relevant SENS note.
15-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:



Offering Circular dated 15 March 2017 (the ?Offering Circular?) relating to the USD15 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo American plc1 and Anglo American Capital plc2.



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13-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
The company announced that the following documents have been posted to shareholders and have been submitted to the UK Listing Authority via the National Storage Mechanism:

- Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2016

- Notice of the 2017 Annual General Meeting to be held on 24 April 2017

- Proxy form for the 2017 Annual General Meeting



The above mentioned documents (except for the Proxy form) are available on the company's website at http://www.angloamerican.com/investors/annual-reporting.aspx and http://www.angloamerican.com/investors/shareholder-information/agm/agm2017 respectively and will shortly be made available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM. Shareholders can obtain additional copies of the Proxy form from our Registrar, Equiniti Ltd. at Aspect House, Spencer Road, Lancing, West Sussex BN99 6DA or view online at www.shareview.co.uk.



This announcement should be read in conjunction with the company?s announcement issued on 21 February 2017. Together these constitute the material required by DTR 6.3 to be communicated to the media in full unedited text through a Regulatory Information Service. This material is not a substitute for reading the company?s 2016 Annual Report and Accounts. Page references below refer to page numbers in the Annual Report and Accounts. References to notes to the financial statements refer to notes in the Annual Report and Accounts.



An indication of the important events that occurred in 2016 and their impact on the consolidated financial statements and the consolidated financial statements themselves were announced to the London Stock Exchange on 21 February 2017, forming part of the Preliminary Results announcement for the year ended 31 December 2016.
02-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American draws attention to an announcement issued today, 2 March 2016, by De Beers, the text of which is set out below:



Gahcho Ku?, the world?s largest new diamond mine in the last 13 years, officially began commercial production today (2 March 2017).



The mine, a joint venture with De Beers Group (51 per cent.) and Mountain Province Diamonds (49 per cent.), is expected to produce approximately 54 million carats of rough diamonds over its lifetime.



Production ramp up began on 1 August 2016 and the official opening ceremony took place on 20 September 2016, with 200 guests in attendance from across Canada and around the world.



The fly-in/fly-out remote mine site is situated approximately 280km northeast of Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories (NWT) of Canada. Comprising three open pits, the mine will employ 530 people full-time, with the majority working a two-week in/two-week out rotation.



In addition to a C$440 million boost to the NWT economy through 2015, the Gahcho Ku? mine will provide a further C$5.3 billion in Gross Value Added (GVA)iii to the NWT now that it has reached commercial production, according to a socio-economic impact report by EY.
28-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? second sales cycle of 2017, amounting to USD545 million.
27-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the appointment of Richard Price as Group General Counsel and a member of Anglo American?s Group Management Committee, with effect 1 May 2017. Richard will be based in London and will report to Stephen Pearce, who will take up the role of Finance Director on 24 April 2017.



Richard Price will join Anglo American from the London office of international law firm Shearman - Sterling where he has been a senior corporate partner since 2003 and currently co-leads the firm?s global metals and mining practice. Prior to moving to London, Mr Price was based in Shearman - Sterling?s Singapore and Toronto offices.
27-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced that Nolitha Fakude will join the Board as a non-executive director with effect from the conclusion of Anglo American?s Annual General Meeting on 24 April 2017, subject to shareholder approval.
21-Feb-2017
(C)
Revenue for the year increased to USD21.4 billion (2015: USD20.5 billion), operating profit turned around to USD1.7 billion (2015: loss of USD4.1 billion), profit attributable to equity shareholders of the company came in at USD1.6 billion (2015: loss of USD5.6 billion), while headline earnings per share grew to USD147 cents per share (2015: USD29 cents per share).



Dividends

The commitment to a sustainable dividend remains a critical part of the overall capital allocation approach. Given the need to conserve cash and reduce debt, dividend payments remained suspended for 2016. The Board has recommended that, upon reinstatement, Anglo American should adopt a payout ratio in order to provide shareholders with exposure to improvements in commodity prices, while retaining cash flow flexibility during periods of weaker pricing. It is currently expected that dividend payments will be reinstated for the end of 2017 (payable in 2018).



Outlook

Macro-economic conditions underpinning consumer demand for diamonds remain broadly stable in aggregate, with the US expected to continue to be the main driver of global growth in 2017. The extent of global growth will, however, be dependent upon a number of macro-economic factors, including the new administration in the US, the strength of the US dollar impacting consumer demand, economic performance in China, the effects of Indian demonetisation, and sentiment following the main US and Chinese New Year retail season.



With midstream stocks having returned to more typical levels in 2016, rough diamond demand is expected to normalise in 2017, reflecting underlying consumer and retail demand. While producers continue destocking, forecast diamond production (on a 100% basis, except Gahcho Kue on an attributable 51% basis) for 2017 is expected to be in the range of 31-33 million carats, subject to trading conditions.
15-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American draws attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd.?s announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2016. Anglo American Platinum Ltd reported headline earnings of R1 867 million.



Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Anglo American Platinum Ltd. of USD65 million for the year ended 31 December 2016, which takes into account certain adjustments.



Anglo American will report results for the year ended 31 December 2016 on 21 February 2017.

15-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc (?Anglo American?) notes Anglo American Platinum?s announcement of its agreement to sell its 85% interest in the Union Mine in South Africa and 50.1% interest in MASA Chrome Company to a subsidiary of Siyanda Resources (?Siyanda?) (?the Transaction?). Anglo American Platinum will retain the Mortimer smelter operation.



Under the terms of the Transaction, the consideration comprises an initial purchase price of R400 million (approximately USD30 million) in cash, as well as a deferred consideration based on 35% of cumulative distributable free cash flow paid annually as an earn-out, for a period of ten years from the completion date of the Transaction.



Siyanda will sell concentrate produced by the Union Mine to Anglo American Platinum for a period of seven years from the completion date of the Transaction on pre-agreed commercial terms, thereafter Anglo American Platinum will toll treat concentrate for the remaining life of Union Mine.



The Transaction is subject to conditions precedent typical of a transaction of this nature, including regulatory approval in South Africa, and is expected to complete during 2017.



The Transaction is a smaller related party transaction under UK Listing Authority Listing Rule 11.1.10.R as the Public Investment Corporation, a substantial shareholder of Anglo American, is a 30% shareholder in Siyanda and Siyanda is the current 49.9% shareholder in MASA Chrome, a subsidiary of Anglo American.





14-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Sir John Parker has informed the Nomination Committee of the Board of Anglo American of his intention to step down, after serving eight years as Chairman, during the course of 2017. Sir Philip Hampton, Anglo?s Senior Independent Director, will now lead a process to identify candidates with appropriate global listed company boardroom experience. Sir John Parker will continue to chair the Board until such appointment is effective.
14-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd.?s announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2016. Kumba Iron Ore Limited reported headline earnings of R8.724 million. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. of USD438 million for the year ended 31 December 2016, which takes into account certain adjustments.



Anglo will report results for the year ended 31 December 2016 on 21 February 2017.
26-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
- Rough diamond production increased by 10% to 7.8 million carats compared with Q4 2015 when production was reduced in response to trading conditions. The increase also reflects the ramp-up of Gahcho Ku? in Canada.

- Platinum production (expressed as metal in concentrate) increased by 2% to 610 100 ounces with strong production from Mogalakwena and Unki mines as well as BRPM and Kroondal. Refined platinum production decreased by 15% to 631,600 ounces following the Waterval Smelter run-out and subsequent rebuild which impacted refined production by 59 000 ounces in the quarter.

- Copper production decreased by 19% to 146,600 tonnes, primarily at Los Bronces due to expected lower grades, adverse weather earlier in the year, and illegal industrial action by contractor unions.

- Nickel production increased by 4% to 10,900 tonnes following the successful ramp-up of Barro Alto to nameplate capacity in Q3 2016.

- Iron ore production from Kumba increased by 9% to 11.9 million tonnes driven by improved mining productivity and higher plant yields at Sishen, and higher throughput at Kolomela.

- Iron ore production from Minas-Rio increased by 49% to 4.9 million tonnes (wet basis) as the operation continues to ramp-up.

- Export metallurgical coal production decreased by 2%, primarily due to the sale of Foxleigh which completed in August 2016. Excluding Foxleigh, production increased by 5% to 5.4 million tonnes due to the ramp-up at Grosvenor and productivity improvements at Moranbah and Dawson, partly offset by geological issues and a subsequent longwall move at Grasstree in Q4 2016.

- Production of export thermal coal was impacted by the sale of Callide, which completed on 31 October 2016. Excluding Callide, production increased by 7% to 7.9 million tonnes due to productivity driven improvements across all operations in South Africa and Cerrej?n.
24-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? first sales cycle of 2017, amounting to USD720 million.
01-Dec-2016
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement dated 30 November 2016 and via an accelerated bookbuild placing to institutional investors (the ?Placing?), Anglo American has agreed to sell its approximately 35 million ordinary shares, representing a 9.7% interest, and Main Street 333 (Pty) Ltd. has agreed to sell approximately 17 million ordinary shares (together, the ?Placing Shares?) in Exxaro Resources Ltd ("Exxaro") at a price of ZAR87 per share.



The sale of Anglo American?s shares raised gross proceeds of approximately ZAR3.0 billion (approximately USD215 million). The sale price represents a 10% discount to the closing price on 30 November 2016.



The Placing Shares represent approximately 14.7% of Exxaro?s issued share capital. Following the sale, Anglo American no longer holds a direct equity interest in Exxaro. Anglo American intends to use the proceeds from the Placing to reduce net debt.



Citigroup Global Markets Ltd. acted as sole bookrunner on the Placing.
30-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced its intention to sell its 9.7% shareholding of approximately 35 million ordinary shares in the capital of Exxaro Resources Ltd. ("Exxaro") as part of a share sale transaction alongside Exxaro?s controlling black economic empowerment shareholder, Main Street 333 Proprietary Limited, which also intends to sell approximately 17 million ordinary shares in Exxaro. The share sale of the approximately 52 million ordinary shares in aggregate in the capital of Exxaro, which represents approximately 14.7% of Exxaro?s issued share capital, is intended to be effected via an accelerated bookbuild placing to institutional investors (the ?Placing?). The Placing is open with immediate effect.



Following completion of the Placing, Anglo American will no longer hold a direct equity interest in Exxaro. Anglo American intends to use the proceeds from the Placing to reduce net debt.



Citigroup Global Market Limited (?Citi?) is acting as sole bookrunner on the Placing. The timing of the closing of the book, the pricing of the shares and the making of allocations will be at the discretion of Anglo American and Citi. The final price will be agreed by Anglo American and Citi at the close of the bookbuild process, and the results of the Placing will be announced as soon as practicable thereafter.
15-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announces the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? ninth sales cycle of 2016, amounting to $470 million, compared with the $494 million value of the eighth sales cycle of 2016.
01-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum, the text of which is set out below: Anglo American Platinum confirms the completion of the sale of the Rustenburg Operations by its wholly owned subsidiary Rustenburg Platinum Mines to Sibanye Rustenburg Platinum Mines (Pty) Ltd. (?Sibanye?) (the ?Transaction?), and that Sibanye has now taken over ownership, control and management of those operations.



The Rustenburg Operations comprise the Bathopele, Siphumelele (including Khomanani), and Thembelani (including Khuseleka) mining operations, two concentrating plants, an on-site chrome recovery plant, the Western Limb Tailings Retreatment Plant, associated surface infrastructure and related assets and liabilities on a going concern basis, including normalised levels of working capital.
31-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the completion of the sale of its wholly owned interest in the Callide thermal coal mine (?Callide?) in Queensland, Australia to Batchfire Resources Pty Ltd., following the announcement of the share sale agreement on 20 January 2016. Callide consists of an open cut thermal coal mine and associated processing infrastructure that produced 7.9Mt of coal in 2015 (and 5.5Mt in the first nine months of 2016), the majority of which was sold to two adjacent power stations under long term contracts.
25-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo released their production report for the third quarter ended 30 September 2016.



Overview

- Diamond production increased by 4% to 6.3 million carats compared with Q3 2015 when production was reduced in response to the prevailing trading conditions.

- Platinum production was broadly unchanged, increasing by 1% to 619,000 ounces. Refined platinum production increased by 14% to 694,700 ounces, following recovery at the Precious Metals Refinery.

- Copper production from the retained operations decreased by 9% to 139,800 tonnes. Expected lower grades at Los Bronces and the impact of strikes at Los Bronces and El Soldado, were partly offset by strong plant performance and higher grades at Collahuasi.

- Nickel production increased by 66% to 11,300 tonnes following the successful completion of the Barro Alto furnace rebuilds in 2015.

- Iron ore production from Kumba increased by 3% (33% vs. Q2 2016) to 11.8 million tonnes due to productivity improvements at Sishen following its restructuring.

- Iron ore production from Minas-Rio increased by 53% to 4.5 million tonnes (wet basis) as the operation continues to ramp-up.

- Export metallurgical coal production was broadly unchanged, increasing by 1% to 5.5 million tonnes due to the ramp-up at Grosvenor and a longwall move at Moranbah in Q3 2015, offsetting geological issues at Grasstree and the sale of Foxleigh, which completed on 30 August 2016.

- Export thermal coal production remained flat at 8.8 million tonnes. An increase in production at Cerrej?n was offset by a ramp-down at Drayton where mining activities will cease in Q4 2016.
13-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American draws attention to an announcement issued by Kumba Iron Ore, the text of which is set out below:



Kumba announced that the Department of Mineral Resources (?DMR?) has, after taking all the relevant considerations into account, granted the residual 21.4% undivided share of the mining right for the Sishen mine to Kumba?s subsidiary, Sishen Iron Ore Company (Pty) Ltd. ("SIOC") following the completion of an internal appeal process, as prescribed by section 96 of the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act.



As a result of the grant of the residual 21.4% undivided share, SIOC is now the sole and exclusive holder of the right to mine iron ore and quartzite at the Sishen mine. This residual mining right will be incorporated into the 78.6% Sishen mining right that SIOC successfully converted in 2009.
04-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? eighth sales cycle of 2016, amounting to USD485 million, compared with the USD639 million value of the seventh sales cycle of 2016.



03-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the completion of the sale of its Niobium and Phosphates businesses in Brazil to China Molybdenum Co. Ltd., following the agreement announced on 28 April 2016. The economic benefits of the businesses will transfer to CMOC as of the end of 30 September 2016. Anglo American has received cash proceeds of approximately $1.7 billion, constituting the agreed consideration of $1.5 billion and approximately $187 million of working capital and other adjustments, subject to certain post- closing adjustments. Net proceeds, after taxes payable and transaction costs, of $1.5 billion from the sale will be used to reduce debt.



The Niobium and Phosphates businesses are located in the states of Goi?s and S?o Paulo, in Brazil. The Phosphates business consists of a mine, beneficiation plant, two chemical complexes and two further mineral deposits. The Niobium business consists of one mine and three processing facilities, two non-operating mines, two further mineral deposits and sales and marketing operations in the United Kingdom and Singapore.

23-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the appointment of Stephen Pearce as Finance Director, following Ren? M?dori?s decision to retire, as announced in April 2016. Mr Pearce will join Anglo American and its Group Management Committee on 30 January 2017, prior to joining the board as an executive director and taking over as Finance Director with effect from 24 April 2017, thereby enabling a smooth transition and the completion of the 2016 financial reporting process.



Ren? M?dori will remain on the board until the conclusion of Anglo American?s AGM on 24 April 2017, when he will step down from the board. Until his retirement from Anglo American at the end of 2017, Mr M?dori will provide continuity of leadership of the asset divestment and other portfolio restructuring processes, thereby enabling his successor to have a full induction and familiarisation with the business and its key assets.



The financial arrangements relating to Ren? M?dori?s retirement from Anglo American?s board in April 2017 and from Anglo American at the end of 2017 will be finalised and disclosed in due course.
06-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? seventh sales cycle of 2016, amounting to USD630 million, compared with the USD528 million value of the sixth sales cycle of 2016.
30-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced that Judy Dlamini, a non-executive director, has notified the board that, with regret, she intends to step down with immediate effect in order to devote more time to her business commitments as chair of Mbekani Group in South Africa.
29-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced that it has completed the sale of its 70% interest in the Foxleigh metallurgical coal mine in Queensland, Australia to a consortium led by Taurus Fund Management, following the announcement of the sale and purchase agreement on 4 April this year.



Foxleigh is an open cut coal operation which produces high quality pulverised coal injection (PCI) coal, located in Queensland?s Bowen Basin, 12 kilometres southwest of Middlemount. Anglo American?s attributable share of Foxleigh's saleable production was 1.86 million tonnes in 2015.



The terms of the transaction remain confidential.
04-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the commissioning of De Beers? Gahcho Ku? diamond mine in the Northwest Territories of Canada. Gahcho Ku? ? the world?s largest new diamond mine ? is expected to ramp up to reach full commercial production in Q1 2017, producing an average of 4.5 million carats per year over its anticipated 13-year life.



Gahcho Ku? is located about 280km north east of Yellowknife in the Canadian Northwest Territories and is a joint venture between De Beers (51%) and Mountain Province Diamonds (49%).
02-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? sixth sales cycle of 2016, amounting to USD520 million, compared with the USD564 million value of the fifth sales cycle of 2016.
28-Jul-2016
(C)
Group revenue lowered to USD9.9 billion (2015: USD11.6 billion). Operating loss narrowed to USD34 million (2015: loss of USD1.7 billion). Loss for the financial period attributable to equity shareholders of the company improved to USD813 million (2015: loss of USD3.0 billion). Furthermore, headline earnings per share were recorded at USD34 cents per share (2015: USD17 cents per share).



Dividends

No interim dividend was declared for 2016 (H1 2015: USD32 cents per ordinary share).
26-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American drew attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd.?s announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2016. Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. reported headline earnings of R3 009 million.



Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. of USD143 million for the six months ended 30 June 2016, which takes into account certain adjustments.



Anglo American will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2016 on 28 July 2016.



Underlying earnings

Underlying earnings is profit attributable to equity shareholders before special items and remeasurements, and is therefore presented after net finance costs, income tax and non-controlling interests. Special items are those items of financial performance that the Group believes should be separately disclosed to assist in the understanding of the underlying financial performance achieved by the Group.



Special items that relate to the operating performance of the Group are classified as operating special items and principally include impairment charges and restructuring costs. Non-operating special items include costs in relation to closure of operations, profits and losses on disposal of investments and businesses as well as certain adjustments relating to business combinations. Remeasurements include adjustments to ensure that the unrealised gains or losses on financial assets and liabilities are recorded in underlying earnings in the same year as the underlying transaction for which the instruments provide the economic hedge.
26-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the appointment of Themba Mkhwanazi as CEO of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. (?Kumba?) following Norman Mbazima?s decision to step down after four years to focus on his role as Deputy Chairman of Anglo American South Africa. Norman Mbazima will remain a member of the Group Management Committee and will have oversight of the processes to restructure and divest Anglo American?s non-core assets in South Africa, including its interests in the Kumba and thermal coal businesses.



July Ndlovu, Executive Head of Processing Operations at Anglo American Platinum since 2007 is appointed CEO of Anglo American?s Coal business in South Africa, to replace Themba Mkhwanazi. The Kumba Board?s appointment of Themba Mkhwanazi as CEO and Anglo American?s appointment of July Ndlovu as CEO of Coal South Africa will take effect on 1 September 2016. Both roles will report internally to Seamus French, CEO of Anglo American?s Bulk Commodity business.
25-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wished to draw attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd.?s ("Amplats") announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2016. Amplats reported headline earnings of R1.044 million.
20-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
* Diamond production decreased by 19% to 6.4 million carats, reflecting the decision to reduce production in response to prevailing trading conditions in H2 2015.

* Platinum production (expressed as metal in concentrate)(2) increased by 1% to 585 700 ounces, whilst refined platinum production increased by 33% to 747 600 ounces, reflecting the recovery at the Precious Metals Refinery after a planned stocktake and safety stoppage in Q1 2016.

* Copper production from the retained operations (excluding the AA Norte assets sold effective 1 September 2015) decreased by 8% to 144 200 tonnes. Expected lower grades and significant snowfall impacted operations at Los Bronces, albeit partly offset by plant stability improvements at Collahuasi.

* Nickel production increased by 76% to 11 100 tonnes following the successful completion of the Barro Alto furnace rebuilds in 2015.

* Iron ore production from Kumba decreased by 15% to 8.9 million tonnes as Sishen restructured (downsized) and transitioned the operations to a lower cost pit configuration.

* Iron ore production from Minas-Rio increased by 91% to 3.5 million tonnes (wet basis) as the operation continues its ramp-up.

* Export metallurgical coal production increased by 4% to 5.5 million tonnes due to first longwall production at Grosvenor in May and a longwall move at Grasstree in the prior year, partially offset by ramp-up at Moranbah after the completion of the longwall move in the prior quarter.

* Export thermal coal production decreased by 6% to 8.1 million tonnes due to ramping down production at Drayton where mining activities will cease in late 2016 and planned production cuts at Cerrej?n, partly offset by higher production at most South African Export operations.
20-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
In accordance with the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules, the Company announces that, at 6pm on 30 June 2016:

- it had 1,405,465,332 issued ordinary shares of USD0.54945 each admitted to trading. Each ordinary share carries the right to one vote at general meetings of the Company;

- it held 3,228,459 ordinary shares in treasury. The voting rights of treasury shares are automatically suspended; and

- accordingly, it had total voting rights of 1,402,236,873. Of these 112,300,129 shares are held by Epoch Investment Holdings Ltd., Epoch Two Investment Holdings Ltd. and Tarl Investment Holdings Ltd., the independent companies which purchased shares as part of the Company's share buy back programme. These independent companies have waived their right to vote all the shares they hold or will hold in the Company.



The total voting rights figure of 1,402,236,873 may be used by shareholders (and others with notification obligations) as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine whether they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
01-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Ray O?Rourke, a non-executive director, has notified the Board of his intention to step down after more than six years, in order to concentrate on his business commitments as chairman and chief executive of Laing O?Rourke. Mr O?Rourke will step down from the Anglo American Board with effect 25 July 2016.
29-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
The Company announces that Anne Stevens, a Non-Executive Director of the Company, will be appointed as a Non-Executive Director of GKN PLC with effect from 1 July 2016.
28-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? fifth sales cycle of 2016, amounting to USD560 million, compared with the USD636 million value of the fourth sales cycle of 2016.
27-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the appointment of Bruce Cleaver as CEO of the De Beers Group ("De Beers") following Philippe Mellier?s decision to step down after five years. Duncan Wanblad, CEO of Anglo American?s Base Metals business, will add the Strategy - Business Development portfolio of Anglo American to his responsibilities. Both appointments will take effect on 1 July 2016.



Bruce Cleaver served as De Beers? executive director responsible for strategy and commercial relationships until 2015, also serving as Co-Acting CEO for a year prior to Philippe Mellier?s appointment in 2011. He was appointed Group Director of Strategy and Business Development for Anglo American in 2015.
24-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? fourth sales cycle of 2016, amounting to USD630 million, compared with the USD666 million value of the third sales cycle of 2016.
16-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc draws attention to an announcement issued today by De Beers, the text of which is set out below:



The Government of the Republic of Namibia and The De Beers Group of Companies today signed a new 10-year sales agreement for the sorting, valuing and sales of Namdeb Holdings(1)? diamonds. The sales agreement is the longest ever signed between the two partners. Namibia will see a significant increase in rough diamonds made available for beneficiation as a result of the agreement, with USD30 million (2) of rough diamonds being offered annually to Namibia Diamond Trading Company (NDTC)(3) customers. As part of the agreement, all Namdeb Holdings? Special Stones (4) will be made available for sale in Namibia.



In addition, the agreement provides for 15 per cent. of Namdeb Holdings? run-of-mine production per annum to be made available to a Government-owned independent sales company called Namib Desert Diamonds Pty Ltd. The agreement builds on the socio-economic contribution the partnership has made to Namibia since it was formally established in 1994. Namdeb Holdings is one of Namibia?s largest taxpayers and the country?s biggest foreign exchange generator, contributing more than one in every five Namibian dollars of foreign earnings.
12-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announces the commissioning of its Grosvenor metallurgical coal longwall operation in the Bowen Basin of Queensland, Australia. The Grosvenor project, which was approved for development at the end of 2011, has delivered its first coal from its underground longwall seven months ahead of schedule and more than USD100 million below budget.



Anglo American expects Grosvenor to produce 3.2 million saleable tonnes in 2016. At full capacity, the Grosvenor longwall is capable of producing 7.5 million saleable tonnes per year. When fully ramped up, Grosvenor is expected to operate at an all in sustaining unit cost of AUD110 per tonne (approximately USD82 per tonne at the current exchange rate).
28-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced it has reached agreement with China Molybdenum Co. Ltd. (?CMOC?) to sell its Niobium and Phosphates businesses for a total cash consideration of USD1.5 billion (?the Transaction?). The total consideration will be payable to Anglo American at closing, subject to certain closing and post-closing adjustments.



The wholly owned Niobium and Phosphates businesses are located in the states of Goi?s and S?o Paulo, in Brazil. The Phosphates business consists of a mine, beneficiation plant, two chemical complexes and two further mineral deposits. The Niobium business consists of one mine and three processing facilities, two non-operating mines, two further mineral deposits and sales and marketing operations in the United Kingdom and Singapore. Together, the businesses generated EBITDA of USD146 million(See Note 1) in the year ended 31 December 2015.



The Transaction is conditional upon customary People's Republic of China regulatory approvals, and the approval of CMOC shareholders. Anglo American received binding commitments from the two major CMOC shareholders holding 63 per cent. of CMOC shares to support the Transaction. The Transaction is expected to close in the second half of 2016. Anglo American intends to use the proceeds to reduce its level of debt.
22-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:



Offering Circular dated 22 April 2016 (the "Offering Circular") relating to the USD15 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo American plc and Anglo American Capital plc.



To view the Offering Circular, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/1078W_1-2016-4-22.pdf



This website is not provided for, or directed at, U.S. persons or persons in the United States. If you are a U.S. person or are viewing this page from the United States, you should exit this section of the website.



A copy of the Offering Circular has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at www.Hemscott.com/nsm.do.
22-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American (the ?company?) announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majorities at the company?s Annual General Meeting held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at 2.30pm on Thursday 21 April 2016. In line with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.



Anglo American is mindful of the concerns expressed by a large number of shareholders in relation to executive remuneration in 2015, which have led to the remuneration report (Resolution 16) not receiving the same high level of support compared to previous years. The dialogue which the company has had with many of its major shareholders leading up to the AGM has helped clarify the issues, and this will continue in the form of further consultation over the coming months ahead of the 2017 AGM, when a revised remuneration policy will be put to the vote. Setting executive remuneration in a volatile industry such as mining can be challenging and the Remuneration Committee intends to again engage with shareholders in order to refine the policy to ensure that it is both appropriate and motivational.



This announcement will be available for viewing on the company?s website, www.angloamerican.com, as soon as practicable.



In accordance with Listing Rule 9.6.2, a copy of all resolutions passed, other than resolutions concerning ordinary business, have been submitted to the UK Listing Authority via the National Storage Mechanism and are available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/nsm.
21-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American released their production report for the first quarter ended 31 March 2016.



Highlights include:

- Diamond production decreased by 10% to 6.9 million carats, reflecting the decision to reduce production in response to trading conditions in 2015.

- Platinum production (expressed as metal in concentrate)(See Note 2) increased by 4% to 567,000 ounces driven primarily by increases at Amandelbult and Mogalakwena. Refined platinum production decreased by 52% due to a planned stocktake and a Section 54 safety stoppage at the Precious Metals Refinery (PMR) for 12 days.

- Copper production from the retained operations (excluding the AA Norte assets that were sold effective 1 September 2015) was in line with Q1 2015. Overall production decreased by 15%.

- Nickel production increased by 67% to 11,200 tonnes following the successful completion of the Barro Alto furnace rebuilds.

- Iron ore production from Kumba decreased by 27% to 8.9 million tonnes as Sishen is being transitioned to a lower cost pit configuration.

- Iron ore production from Minas-Rio increased to 3.3 million tonnes (wet basis) as the operation continues to ramp-up. Production increased by 3% vs. Q4 2015.

- Export metallurgical coal production decreased by 9% to 4.5 million tonnes due to planned longwall moves taking place at both Moranbah and Grasstree, partially offset by improved operational performance at Dawson and development coal production at Grosvenor.

- Export thermal coal production decreased by 13% to 7.7 million tonnes due to planned production cuts at Cerrej?n as a result of market conditions and a change in mix at Landau to higher margin domestic sales.
20-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced that Ren? M?dori, Finance Director, has informed the board of his decision to retire when he reaches the age of 60 in 2017, in order to enable an orderly succession.



The board is initiating a formal process to appoint a successor, which will include internal and external candidates. Mr M?dori will continue to serve in role until the appropriate time to ensure a smooth transition.



A further announcement will be made when appropriate.
12-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? third sales cycle of 2016. Rough diamond sales during the third cycle of the year continued their reasonably positive trend to USD660 million, compared with the USD617 million value of the second sales cycle of 2016.



Cycle 3 2016 (provisional) and Cycle 2 2016 (actual)

*Sales value -- USD660m USD617m



Continued stability in polished diamond prices and sales of polished diamonds at the wholesale level supported a reasonably positive environment for rough diamond demand for the third consecutive sales cycle.
04-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American has entered into a Sale and Purchase Agreement with a consortium led by Taurus Fund Management to sell its 70% interest in the Foxleigh metallurgical coal mine in Queensland, Australia.



The transaction will be effected via a sale of shares in the subsidiary companies holding Anglo American's interest in Foxleigh. The transaction remains subject to several conditions precedent and its terms are confidential. Foxleigh is an open cut coal operation which produces high quality pulverised coal injection (PCI) coal, located in Queensland?s Bowen Basin, 12 kilometres southwest of Middlemount. Anglo American?s attributable share of Foxleigh?s saleable production was 1.86 million tonnes in 2015.
22-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the successful completion of its bond buy- back programme launched on 18 February 2016, consisting of Euro, Sterling and US dollar denominated maturities from December 2016 to September 2018.



The Group used USD1.7 billion of cash to retire USD1.83 billion of contractual repayment obligations (including derivatives hedging the bonds), resulting in an immediate reduction in net debt of USD130 million.



Anglo American?s bond maturities have been reduced by USD250 million, USD680 million and USD900 million for 2016, 2017 and 2018 respectively, reducing the Group?s bond repayment obligations at original hedged rates to USD1.4 billion, USD1.9 billion and USD2.5 billion respectively for these years. The notes purchased by Anglo American have been cancelled.



The total net debt benefit of the buy-back programme amounts to USD190 million by September 2018 (USD130 million realised upfront through the discounts achieved on the notes and settlement of derivatives and an additional USD60 million over two years through interest savings before fees and expenses).



Although the bond buy-back was funded from cash reserves, Anglo American has maintained its conservative levels of liquidity (USD14.8 billion at 31 December 2015) by entering into a USD1.5 billion Club Facility with three international banks. This facility has a 2-year maturity, closely matching the weighted average maturity of the bonds targeted and is broadly on the same terms as Anglo American?s existing core USD5 billion Revolving Credit Facility, with no financial covenants.
14-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
The Company announces that the following documents have been posted to shareholders and have today been submitted to the UK Listing Authority via the National Storage Mechanism:

- Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2015

- Notice of the 2016 Annual General Meeting to be held on 21 April 2016

- Proxy form for the 2016 Annual General Meeting



The above mentioned documents (except for the Proxy form) are available on our website at http://www.angloamerican.com/investors/annual-reporting.aspx and http://www.angloamerican.com/investors/shareholder-information/agm/agm2016 respectively and will shortly be made available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM. Shareholders can obtain additional copies of the Proxy form from our Registrar, Equiniti Ltd. at Aspect House, Spencer Road, Lancing, West Sussex BN99 6DA or view online at www.shareview.co.uk.



This announcement should be read in conjunction with the Company?s announcement issued on 16 February 2016. Together these constitute the material required by DTR 6.3 to be communicated to the media in full unedited text through a Regulatory Information Service. This material is not a substitute for reading the Company?s 2015 Annual Report and Accounts. Page references below refer to page numbers in the Annual Report and Accounts. References to notes to the financial statements refer to notes in the Annual Report and Accounts.
03-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
01-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? second sales cycle of 2016. Rough diamond sales during the second cycle of the year continued their positive trend to USD610 million, compared with the USD545 million value of the first sales cycle of 2016.
26-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo invited holders of such of its outstanding notes as are listed below (together, the ?Notes?) to tender some or all of their Notes to the Company for purchase by the Company for cash (the ?Tender Offers?), for an aggregate consideration of up to the Total Funds Available, upon the terms and subject to the conditions set out in the tender offer memorandum dated 18 February 2016 (the ?Tender Offer Memorandum?) prepared by the Company.



Capitalised terms used but not defined in this announcement have the meanings given to them in the Tender Offer Memorandum. The Company hereby announces that it will accept for purchase all Notes validly tendered under the Tender Offers with pro-ration; that the applicable Euro/U.S. dollar exchange rate at the Expiration Time is 1.1036; that the applicable Sterling/U.S. dollar exchange rate at the Expiration Time is 1.3948;



The Company will pay, for the Notes in each Series accepted by it for purchase pursuant to the Tender Offers, an amount in Euro (in the case of the Euro Notes) or Sterling (in the case of the Sterling Notes) (the ?Tender Consideration?) equal to the sum of:

1. the product of (x) the relevant Purchase Price and (y) the nominal amount of the relevant Notes; and

2. the Accrued Interest Amount in respect of such Notes, rounded, if necessary, to the nearest EUR0.01 or GBP0.01, as applicable, with EUR0.005 or GBP0.005 being rounded upwards.



Settlement of the Tender Offers and payment of the Tender Consideration in respect of Notes accepted for purchase is expected to take place on 1 March 2016. BNP Paribas is the Global Coordinator and Commerzbank AG and Cr?dit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank together with BNP Paribas are acting as Joint Dealer Managers for the Tender Offers and Lucid Issuer Services Limited is acting as Tender Agent. Questions and requests for information in relation to the Tender Offers may be directed to the Joint Dealer Managers.
18-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Capital plc (the ?Company?) has today invited holders of the securities listed (the ?Securities?) to tender some or all of their Securities for purchase by the Company for cash (the ?Tender Offers?) for an aggregate consideration of up to the Total Funds Available (as defined below), on the terms of, and subject to the conditions contained in, a tender offer memorandum dated February 18, 2016 (the ?Tender Offer Memorandum?). Capitalized terms not otherwise defined in this announcement have the same meaning as assigned to them in the Tender Offer Memorandum. Holders are advised to read carefully the Tender Offer Memorandum for full details of, and information on the procedures for participating in, the Tender Offers.

18-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Capital plc (the ?Company?) today announces its invitations to holders of such of its Notes as are listed (together the ?Notes?) to tender some or all of their Notes to the Company for purchase by the Company for cash (the ?Tender Offers?), for an aggregate consideration of up to the Total Funds Available (as defined below), upon the terms and subject to the conditions set out in the tender offer memorandum dated 18 February 2016 (the ?Tender Offer Memorandum?) prepared by the Company, and subject to the offer and distribution restrictions set out below and as more fully described in the Tender Offer Memorandum. Copies of the Tender Offer Memorandum are (subject to distribution restrictions) available from the Tender Agent as set out below. Capitalised terms used but not defined in this announcement have the meanings given to them in the Tender Offer Memorandum.
16-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
16-Feb-2016
(C)
09-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wishes to draw attention to Kumba Iron Ore Limited?s announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2015. Kumba Iron Ore Limited reported Headline earnings of R3,792 million (2014: R11,006 million).



Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Limited of $238 million for the year ended 31 December 2015, which takes into account certain adjustments.



Anglo American will report results for the year ended 31 December 2015 on 16 February 2016. The above figures are unaudited.



Underlying earnings

Underlying earnings is profit attributable to equity shareholders before special items and remeasurements, and is therefore presented after net finance costs, income tax and non-controlling interests. Special items are those items of financial performance that the group believes should be separately disclosed to assist in the understanding of the underlying financial performance achieved by the group.



Special items that relate to the operating performance of the group are classified as operating special items and principally include impairment charges and restructuring costs. Non-operating special items include costs in relation to closure of operations, profits and losses on disposal of investments and businesses as well as certain adjustments relating to business combinations.



08-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd.?s announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2015. Anglo American Platinum Ltd. reported headline earnings of R107 million (2014: R786 million). Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Anglo American Platinum Ltd. of USD168 million for the year ended 31 December 2015, which takes into account certain adjustments.



Underlying earnings

Underlying earnings is profit attributable to equity shareholders before special items and remeasurements, and is therefore presented after net finance costs, income tax and non-controlling interests. Special items are those items of financial performance that the Group believes should be separately disclosed to assist in the understanding of the underlying financial performance achieved by the Group. Special items that relate to the operating performance of the Group are classified as operating special items and principally include impairment charges and restructuring costs. Remeasurements include unrealised gains and losses on financial assets and liabilities.
28-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo released a production report for the fourth quarter ended 31 December 2015.



Overview

- Q4 2015 production increased by 3% (on a copper equivalent basis) compared to both Q4 2014 and Q3 2015. The 2015 full year production increased by 5% (on a copper equivalent basis)(7).

- Iron ore production from Kumba decreased by 12% to 10.9 million tonnes as Sishen is being transitioned to a lower cost pit configuration.

- Minas-Rio produced 3.3 million tonnes (wet basis) of iron ore, a more than fourfold increase compared to 0.7 million tonnes in Q4 2014, reflecting the ongoing ramp up of the operation.

- Export metallurgical coal production increased by 11% to 5.5 million tonnes due to strong operational performances at both Grasstree and Moranbah.

- Export thermal coal production decreased by 21% to 7.7 million tonnes due to the impact of strikes in South Africa and weather related production issues at Cerrej?n.

- Copper production from the retained operations (excluding the AA Norte assets that were sold effective 1 September 2015) increased by 23% to 181,400 tonnes due to higher grades, throughput and metal recoveries. Overall copper production increased by 4%.

- Nickel production increased by 57% to 10,500 tonnes following the successful completion of the planned Barro Alto furnace rebuilds.

- Niobium production increased by 23% to 1,600 tonnes with the continuing ramp up of the Boa Vista Fresh Rock (BVFR) plant. Fertiliser production increased by 6%.

- Platinum production (expressed as metal in concentrate)(5) was broadly flat at 598,000 ounces with operational improvements at own operations, offset by a reduction in purchase of concentrate ounces from third parties.

- Diamond production decreased by 16% to 7.1 million carats, reflecting the decision to reduce production in response to trading conditions.
26-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auction Sales) for De Beers? first sales cycle of 2016. Rough diamond sales during the first cycle of the year improved significantly to USD540 million, compared with the USD248 million value of the final sales cycle of 2015.



A positive holiday season in the US from a retail perspective, low levels of rough diamond purchases by the midstream in the fourth quarter of 2015 and a subsequent reduction in manufacturing saw polished diamond stocks pull through the pipeline, resulting in firmer polished prices. Rough diamond demand broadened across the entire product range as cutting and polishing factories began to increase their activity.
20-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced that it has entered into a Share Sale Agreement (?SSA?) with Batchfire Resources Pty Ltd (?Batchfire?) to sell its 100% interest in the Callide thermal coal mine (?Callide?) in Queensland, Australia.



The transaction will be effected via a sale of shares in the subsidiary companies holding Anglo American's interest in Callide. The transaction remains subject to several conditions precedent, and its terms are confidential.



Callide consists of an open pit thermal coal mine and associated processing infrastructure that produced 7.6 Mt of coal in 2014 (and 5.6 Mt in the first nine months of 2015), the majority of which (4.7 Mt in 2014) was sold to two adjacent power stations under long term contracts.
12-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc (?Anglo American?) announces that it has completed the sale of its interests in the operating joint venture entities which have historically operated under the Tarmac name in the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar to Colas Moyen Orient SAS ("Colas"), a subsidiary of Colas SA, a road and transport infrastructure construction company forming part of the Bouygues Group. The sale to Colas of an additional non-operating joint venture entity in Oman is pending satisfaction of certain outstanding conditions.



Completion of this transaction will mark the final exit by Anglo American from the Tarmac businesses following the completion of the sale of its 50% ownership interest in Lafarge Tarmac to Lafarge, as previously announced in July 2015. The terms of the transaction are confidential.







24-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc (?Anglo American?) announces that it has entered into a Sale and Purchase Agreement (?SPA?) (and agreed to enter into a related Royalty Deed) with Australian Pacific Coal Limited (?AQC?) as guarantor and a subsidiary of AQC as purchaser to sell its 83.33% interest in the Dartbrook Coal Mine (?Dartbrook?) in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia.



Under the terms of the SPA and Royalty Deed, AQC will acquire Anglo American's interest in Dartbrook for up to A$50 million (approximately US$36 million), comprising an upfront cash payment of A$25 million and the grant of a royalty equal to A$3.0 for each tonne of coal produced by the operation in the future and A$0.25 for each tonne of coal sourced from other sites and processed using Dartbrook?s processing infrastructure. Royalty payments will be subject to escalation with reference to the Brisbane All Groups Consumer Price Index and capped at A$25 million (in real terms).



The transaction will be effected via a sale of shares in the subsidiary companies holding Anglo American's interest in Dartbrook. The transaction remains subject to several conditions precedent, including the waiver of pre-emption rights by Anglo American's joint venture partner, Marubeni Coal Pty Ltd (?Marubeni?) and the receipt of local and federal government consents for the transfer of the mining and exploration rights related to the operation. The transaction is expected to complete by mid-2016.



Dartbrook consists of an underground thermal coal mine and associated processing infrastructure that has been on care and maintenance since 2006. The agreed sale is consistent with Anglo American?s portfolio restructuring to focus it around its core of ?Priority 1? assets.



11-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
Shareholders of the Company are hereby advised that it has terminated its sponsor Mandate with UBS Corporate Finance South Africa (Pty) Ltd. with effect from 9 December 2015 and appointed Rand Merchant Bank, a division of FirstRand Bank Ltd. as its sponsor with effect from 10 December 2015.
08-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc (?Anglo American? or ?the Company?) is today setting out an accelerated and more radical restructuring programme to redefine the focus of its asset portfolio to transform the Company?s competitive position and create a more resilient business to deliver sustainable shareholder returns.



Key highlights to be set out in the presentation include:

Radical portfolio restructuring

*Focus on Priority 1 assets to deliver free cash flow and greater returns through the cycle ? number of assets to be reduced by
60%

*Corporate structures and overhead to be aligned to future portfolio

*Consolidate from six to three businesses: De Beers, Industrial Metals, Bulk Commodities

*London office co-locating with De Beers in 2017



Driving operational discipline

$3.7 billion of cost and productivity improvements targeted from 2013 to 2017:

*$1.6 billion delivered by end 2015 , including $0.3 billion in 2H15

*$1.1 billion in 2016

*$1.0 billion in 2017, with potential to accelerate in part into 2016

Care - maintenance / closure of cash negative assets ? Snap Lake C-M, Thabazimbi closure



Protecting the balance sheet

Capex reductions expected of a further c.$1 billion to the end of 2016

*$2.9 billion aggregate capex reduction vs. original guidance for 2015-2017

*$2.5 billion capex in 2017, a c.55% reduction vs. 2014

*SIB - capitalised stripping capex reduction of 30% from 2014 to $2.0 billion in 2016



*Disposals target increased to $4.0 billion ? Phosphates and Niobium confirmed for sale of $2.0 billion asset disposals agreed to date

*Dividend suspended in respect of 2H15 and 2016 ? upon resumption, policy will change to pay-out ratio to provide flexibility through the cycle and clarity for shareholders

*Net debt guidance at end 2015 unchanged at $13.0 - 13.5 billion, despite price deterioration

*$15 billion of liquidity maintained and limited refinancing required in 2016 of $1.6 billion

*Expected impairments of $3.7 - $4.7 billion, largely due to weaker prices and asset closures

30-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the appointment of Didier Charreton as Group Director ? Human Resources and as a member of the Group Management Committee, effective 1 December 2015 and based in the UK. Didier has held a number of senior global HR roles across his more than 25-year career, most recently as the Chief Human Resources Officer for Baker Hughes, the US-based oilfield services company.
27-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc (?Anglo American?) announces that Phuthuma Nhleko, a non-executive director, has decided to step down from the Board with effect from 27 November 2015 in order to concentrate on his business interests in South Africa.

12-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo American (?the Group?) announced a number of senior management changes to enable dedicated focus on both the Group?s Marketing business and the evolution of the strategy. Anglo American also announces the decision by Paulo Castellari to step down from his position as CEO of Anglo American?s iron ore business in Brazil to pursue other opportunities.



Peter Whitcutt has been appointed as CEO of Anglo American?s Marketing business, having served as Group Director ? Strategy, Business Development and Marketing since 2013. Peter Whitcutt will focus on delivering the full potential of the Marketing business which has delivered considerable commercial benefits to date that reflect product qualities and logistics tailored to customers? specific requirements.



Bruce Cleaver has been appointed Group Director ? Strategy and Business Development, having served as Executive Head of Strategy and Corporate Affairs for De Beers, joining De Beers in 2005. Bruce Cleaver?s mandate includes the ongoing analysis of global economic and commodity specific trends to inform the Group's strategy in a more volatile market environment. Bruce Cleaver will continue to serve on the board of De Beers, as a non-executive director.



Gareth Mostyn, currently Chief Financial Officer of De Beers, is appointed as Executive Head of Strategy and Corporate Affairs for De Beers. The appointments detailed above are effective 1 January 2016, although Gareth Mostyn will fulfil his year-end reporting commitments as CFO. The appointment of a new Chief Financial Officer of De Beers will be made in due course.
22-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo released their production report for the third quarter ended 30 September 2015.



Highlights include:

- Q3 2015 production increased by 2% (on a copper equivalent basis) compared to Q3 2014 and by 3% compared to Q2 2015.

- Iron ore production from Kumba decreased by 12% to 11.4 million tonnes due to a temporary lack of sufficient exposed high quality ore for blending purposes at Sishen and adjustments to the mine plan and schedule as it transitions to the lower cost pit configuration.

- Minas-Rio produced 2.9 million tonnes (wet basis) of iron ore, a 60% increase compared to Q2 2015, reflecting the ongoing ramp up of the operation.

- Export metallurgical coal production increased by 8% to 5.5 million tonnes, driven by productivity improvements at Grasstree, which more than offset the loss of production from Peace River Coal being placed on care and maintenance in December 2014.

- Export thermal coal production was broadly flat at 8.8 million tonnes, with higher production at Cerrej?n offsetting lower production from South Africa.

- Copper production from retained operations increased by 1%, while total production decreased by 3% to 171 100 tonnes as a result of the sale of the Norte assets, effective for reporting from 1 September.

- Nickel production decreased by 36% to 6 800 tonnes due to the planned Barro Alto furnace rebuilds. Both furnace rebuilds are now complete, ahead of schedule and below budgeted cost, with Furnace 2 operating at design capacity and Furnace 1 currently being ramped up.

- Platinum production (expressed as metal in concentrate)(6) increased by 14% to 614 300 ounces due to Rustenburg, Amandelbult and Union mines ramping up to normal production levels during the comparable period in 2014 following the strike.

- Diamond production decreased by 27% to 6.0 million carats, following the decision to reduce production to better reflect current trading conditions.
14-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has completed the sale of its interest in Anglo American Norte S.A. (?Norte?) to an investor consortium led by Audley Capital Advisors LLP, with Orion Mine Finance as the principal co-investor. Norte consists of the Mantoverde and Mantos Blancos copper mines located in northern Chile.
09-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
04-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 24 July 2015, the equivalent of the dividend detailed above, in Sterling is 20.9331 pence per share and in Euros is 28.4904 Euro cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.654159 and USD1 = EUR0.890326



As announced on 24 July 2015, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R3.9688320 per ordinary share.



The payment date of the dividend is Thursday 17 September 2015. Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 24 July 2015 and are on the Company?s website: www.angloamerican.com
03-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
In accordance with the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules, the Company announced that, at 6pm on 31 August 2015:

*it had 1,405,465,332 issued ordinary shares of USD0.54945 each admitted to trading. Each ordinary share carries the right to one vote at general meetings of the Company;

*it held 3,622,782 ordinary shares in treasury. The voting rights of treasury shares are automatically suspended; and

*accordingly, it had total voting rights of 1,401,842,550. Of these 112,300,129 shares are held by Epoch Investment Holdings Ltd., Epoch Two Investment Holdings Ltd. and Tarl Investment Holdings Ltd., the independent companies which purchased shares as part of the Company's share buy back programme. These independent companies have waived their right to vote all the shares they hold or will hold in the Company.



The total voting rights figure of 1,401,842,550 may be used by shareholders (and others with notification obligations) as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine whether they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
03-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo would like to draw attention to the announcement made by Anglo American Platinum ("Amplats"), the text of which is set below.



Amplats confirmed that the Company is in discussions with Sibanye in relation to the sale of its Rustenburg operations, which may or may not lead to transaction. This is in line with what we have publicly stated, that we continue to pursue both a sale and listing option. No further detail can be provided at this stage.
24-Aug-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has reached agreement for the sale of its interest in Anglo American Norte S.A. (?Norte?) to an investor consortium led by Audley Capital Advisors LLP, with Orion Mine Finance as the principal co-investor, for an up-front cash consideration of USD300 million, with potential upside to up to USD500 million. Norte consists of the Mantoverde and Mantos Blancos copper mines located in northern Chile.



The total consideration payable to Anglo American consists of USD300 million in cash payable at closing (subject to certain closing and post-closing adjustments) and a number of additional future payments totalling up to USD200 million, contingent upon factors including the average LME (London Metals Exchange) copper price performance and any future decision to pursue the sulphide life extension of the Mantoverde mine.



This transaction is not subject to any regulatory conditions and is expected to close in Q3 2015.
24-Jul-2015
(C)
Group revenue lowered to USD11.558 billion (2014: USD14.221 billion). Operating loss came in at USD1.710 billion (2014: profit of USD2.822 billion), while loss attributable to equity shareholders of the Company was USD3.015 billion (2014: profit of USD1.464 billion). Furthermore, headline earnings per share dropped to USD17 cents per share (2014: USD114 cents per share).



Dividends

An interim dividend of USD32 cents per share (30 June 2014: USD32 cents per share) has been declared.
23-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the appointment to the board of Tony O?Neill as an Executive Director, with immediate effect.



Tony O?Neill is currently a director of Anglo American Platinum Ltd. and Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. and was a director of AngloGold Ashanti Ltd. between February and July 2013. There are no further details or disclosures required under Listing Rule 9.6.13R in respect of Mr O?Neill.
21-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo wished to draw attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd.?s ("Kumba") announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2015. Kumba reported headline earnings of R2 519 million. Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba of USD192 million for the six months ended 30 June 2015, which takes into account certain adjustments.
20-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo wished to draw attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd.?s ("Amplats") announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2015. Amplats reported headline earnings of R2,471 million. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Amplats of USD175 million for the six months ended 30 June 2015, which takes into account certain adjustments.



Anglo will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2015 on 24 July 2015.
17-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo received total cash proceeds of USD1.6 billion for sale of 50% interest in Lafarge Tarmac



Anglo announced that it has completed the sale of its 50% ownership interest in Lafarge Tarmac Holdings Ltd. ("Lafarge Tarmac") to Lafarge SA ("Lafarge"). Anglo has received cash proceeds of approximately GBP992 million (USD1,559 million), constituting the agreed minimum consideration of GBP885 million set out in the July 2014 binding agreement and approximately GBP107 million of working capital and other adjustments, subject to certain post-closing adjustments.



The completion of this transaction brings the aggregate proceeds received by Anglo for the sale of its Tarmac assets to approximately USD2.5 billion since 2008.
16-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Production Report for the second quarter ended 30 June 2015

*Solid Q2 2015 production performance, broadly in line with Anglo American expectations.

*Iron ore production from Kumba decreased by 9% to 10.4 million tonnes due to mining feedstock constraints to the plants at Sishen.

*Minas-Rio produced 1.8 million tonnes (wet basis) of iron ore, a 55% increase compared to Q1 2015, reflecting the ongoing ramp up of the operation.

*Export metallurgical coal production increased by 9% to 5.3 million tonnes with higher production from Moranbah, due to a longwall move in Q2 2014, and development coal from the Grosvenor project.

*Export thermal coal production increased by 5% to 8.6 million tonnes, primarily due to higher production in Australia largely the result of a change in mix.

*Copper production decreased by 5% to 184,500 tonnes, as expected and mainly due to the temporary shutdowns of the processing plants at Los Bronces to manage water reserve levels and plant stability issues at Collahuasi.

*Nickel production decreased by 41% to 6,300 tonnes as expected, due to the planned Barro Alto furnace rebuilds.

*Equivalent refined platinum production increased by 60% to 572,000 ounces benefiting from reduced industrial stoppages compared to 2014.

*Diamond production decreased by 6% to 8.0 million carats, mainly due to lower grades and reduced plant availability at Orapa. In addition, operational flexibility at the Venetia and Jwaneng tailings treatment plants was utilised to reduce production marginally, in response to softer trading conditions.

*The first six months of 2015 have seen significant further weakness and ongoing volatility in the prices of the bulk commodities, particularly iron ore and metallurgical coal. Anglo American has therefore reviewed its near and longer term commodity price assumptions at the mid-year, while also noting the gradual and ongoing reduction of consensus prices within what remains a wide range of forecasts. As a result, Anglo American expects to record non-cash impairments within special items at 30 June 2015 relating to Minas-Rio and certain Australian coal assets of approximately USD3.0 ? 4.0 billion on a post-tax basis.
01-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
In accordance with the FCA?s Disclosure and Transparency Rules, the company announces that, at 6pm on 30 June 2015:

* it had 1,405,465,332 issued ordinary shares of USD0.54945 each admitted to trading. Each ordinary share carries the right to one vote at general meetings of the company;

* it held 3,629,419 ordinary shares in treasury. The voting rights of treasury shares are automatically suspended; and

* accordingly, it had total voting rights of 1,401,835,913. Of these 112,300,129 shares are held by Epoch Investment Holdings Limited, Epoch Two Investment Holdings Limited and Tarl Investment Holdings Limited, the independent companies which purchased shares as part of the company?s share buy back programme. These independent companies have waived their right to vote all the shares they hold or will hold in the company.



The total voting rights figure of 1,401,835,913 may be used by shareholders (and others with notification obligations) as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine whether they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
25-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Jim Rutherford, a Non-Executive Director of the Company, has been appointed to the board of Dalradian Resources Inc. as a Non-Executive Director with effect from 24 June 2015.



This notification satisfies the Company's obligations under the Financial Conduct Authority Listing Rule 9.6.14.
03-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the decision by Phil Mitchell, Group Director ? HR and Public Affairs, to step down from his position and retire from Anglo for personal reasons, with immediate effect. Anglo will now begin a search for Mr Mitchell?s successor to fill the role of Group Director ? Human Resources.
01-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
The Company announced that, at 6pm on 29 May 2015:

* it had 1 405 465 332 issued ordinary shares of USD0.54945 each admitted to trading. Each ordinary share carries the right to one vote at general meetings of the Company;

* it held 3 631 061 ordinary shares in treasury. The voting rights of treasury shares are automatically suspended; and

* accordingly, it had total voting rights of 1 401 834 271. Of these 112 300 129 shares are held by Epoch Investment Holdings Ltd., Epoch Two Investment Holdings Ltd. and Tarl Investment Holdings Ltd., the independent companies which purchased shares as part of the Company?s share buy back programme. These independent companies have waived their right to vote all the shares they hold or will hold in the Company.



The total voting rights figure of 1 401 834 271 may be used by shareholders (and others with notification obligations) as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine whether they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
28-May-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced changes to its leadership structure in South Africa following a detailed governance review. In light of South Africa?s strategic importance to Anglo American, this reorganisation of the Board of Anglo American South Africa (?AASA?) is expected to bring greater effectiveness and alignment across the Group?s diversified mining businesses in South Africa.



The following changes are effective from 1 June 2015:

Following Michael Spicer?s decision to retire as Chairman of the AASA Board, Mark Cutifani, Chief Executive of Anglo, will assume the role of Chairman. Mark?s appointment will enhance the strength of the AASA Board and he will lead the Group?s engagement with key stakeholders in South Africa.



Norman Mbazima, CEO of Kumba Iron Ore, will assume the role of Deputy Chairman of AASA, fulfilling the fiduciary duties of the AASA Board whilst continuing to lead the Kumba business.



Anglo has appointed Andile Sangqu to the newly established role of Executive Head of Anglo American South Africa. Andile will work with the South Africa-based businesses to help deliver the Group?s strategy in the region, will provide leadership and co-ordination to the Group?s stakeholder relations initiatives in South Africa and will facilitate regional alignment with the Group?s central functions. Andile will serve as a director on the AASA Board and report to Norman Mbazima.



Khanyisile Kweyama has resigned from Anglo with effect 31 May 2015 in order to focus on her role as CEO of Business Unity South Africa.
14-May-2015
(Official Notice)
Pursuant to DTR 6.1.11, Anglo American Capital plc and Anglo American plc announce that the USD notes issued by Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo American plc listed below were issued on 14 May 2015 and have been admitted to listing on the Official List of the UK Listing Authority and to trading on the London Stock Exchange, a regulated market:

* USD850 000 000 3.625% Senior Notes due 2020; and

* USD650 000 000 4.875% Senior Notes due 2025.



The notes were sold in the United States to qualified institutional buyers in reliance on Rule 144A under the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the ?Securities Act?), and outside the United States to non-US persons in reliance on Regulation S under the Securities Act. The notes listed above have not been, and will not be, registered under the Securities Act, or under the securities laws of any state of the United States, and may not be offered or sold in the United States, other than pursuant to an exemption from, or in a transaction not subject to, the registration requirements of the Securities Act. The issuer of the notes does not presently intend to register the notes under the Securities Act.
11-May-2015
(Official Notice)
The following Prospectus has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:



Prospectus dated 8 May 2015 (the ?Prospectus?) relating to the USD850 million 3.625% Senior Notes due 2020 and the USD650 million 4.875% Senior Notes due 2025 of Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo.



To view the Prospectus, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser: http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/7719M_-2015-5-11.pdf



A copy of the Prospectus has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will be available at www.hemscott.com/nsm.do.
04-May-2015
(Official Notice)
In accordance with the FCA?s Disclosure and Transparency Rules, the Company announces that, at 6pm on 30 April 2015:

* it had 1 405 465 332 issued ordinary shares of USD0.54945 each admitted to trading. Each ordinary share carries the right to one vote at general meetings of the Company;

* it held 3 632 733 ordinary shares in treasury. The voting rights of treasury shares are automatically suspended; and

* accordingly, it had total voting rights of 1 401 832 599. Of these 112 300 129 shares are held by Epoch Investment Holdings Ltd., Epoch Two Investment Holdings Ltd. and Tarl Investment Holdings Ltd., the independent companies which purchased shares as part of the Company?s share buy back programme. These independent companies have waived their right to vote all the shares they hold or will hold in the Company.



The total voting rights figure of 1 401 832 599 may be used by shareholders (and others with notification obligations) as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine whether they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
24-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majorities at the Company?s Annual General Meeting held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at 2.30pm on Thursday 23 April 2015. In line with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.
23-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
23-Apr-2015
(Media Comment)
Business Report announced that Anglo is in talks with several potential buyers of copper mines in Chile. Hennie Faul, who is in charge of Anglo's copper business said: "We've had good interest and the banks that we've engaged are now in that process with us". Potential buyers of the Mantos Blancos and Mantoverde mines in northern Chile include Asian investors and private equity firms. Anglo is looking to divest three copper mines and a smelter in Chile to focus on the expansion of its "world-class" Collahuasi and Los Bronces mines and a project in Peru.
15-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 13 February 2015, the equivalent of the dividend detailed above, in Sterling is 36.2609 pence per share and in Euros is 50.1307 Euro cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.68417 and USD1 = EUR0.94586



As announced on 13 February 2015, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R6.2661900 per ordinary share.



The payment date of the dividend is Tuesday 28 April 2015.



Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 13 February 2015 and are included on the Company?s website: www.angloamerican.com
23-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the appointment to the Group Management Committee of Anik Michaud as Group Director ? Corporate Communication, with effect from 30 March 2015.
23-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Sir John Parker, the Chairman of the Company, has been appointed to the board of Pennon Group PLC initially as an independent Non-Executive Director and Deputy Chairman from 1 April 2015.



This notification satisfies the Company's obligations under the Financial Conduct Authority Listing Rule 9.6.14.
17-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:

* Offering Circular dated 16 March 2015 (the ?Offering Circular?) relating to the USD15 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo American plc and Anglo American Capital plc.



To view the Offering Circular, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/5891H_-2015-3-16.pdf.



A copy of the Offering Circular has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM.
17-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:

* Offering Circular dated 16 March 2015 (the ?Offering Circular?) relating to the USD15 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo American plc and Anglo American Capital plc.



To view the Offering Circular, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/5887H_-2015-3-16.pdf. A copy of the Offering Circular has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM.
16-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
The company announces that the following documents have been posted to shareholders and have today been submitted to the UK Listing Authority via the National Storage Mechanism:

* Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2014

* Notice of the 2015 Annual General Meeting to be held on 23 April 2015

* Proxy form for the 2015 Annual General Meeting



The above mentioned documents (except for the Proxy form) are available on the website at http://www.angloamerican.com/investors/annual-reporting.aspx and http://www.angloamerican.com/investors/shareholder-information/agm/agm2015 respectively and will shortly be made available for inspection at www.hemscott.com/nsm.do. Shareholders can obtain additional copies of the Proxy form from the Registrar, Equiniti Limited at Aspect House, Spencer Road, Lancing, West Sussex BN99 6DA or view online at www.shareview.co.uk.



This announcement should be read in conjunction with the company?s announcement issued on 13 February 2015. Together these constitute the material required by DTR 6.3 to be communicated to the media in full unedited text through a Regulatory Information Service. This material is not a substitute for reading the company?s 2014 Annual Report and Accounts. Page references below refer to page numbers in the Annual Report and Accounts. References to notes to the financial statements refer to notes in the Annual Report and Accounts.



An indication of the important events that occurred in 2014 and their impact on the consolidated financial statements and the consolidated financial statements themselves were announced to the London Stock Exchange on 13 February 2015, forming part of the Preliminary Results announcement for the year ended 31 December 2014. Additional content forming part of the management report is below.
16-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo?s Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2014 have been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism (NSM) which can be found at the following address:

http://www.hemscott.com/nsm.do
04-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces that Dr Byron Grote, a Non-Executive Director of the Company, has been appointed to the board of Tesco PLC as an independent Non-Executive Director from 1 May 2015.



It was announced yesterday that Dr Grote would not be seeking re-election to the boards of Unilever NV and Unilever plc and would therefore retire as a director of those companies at the conclusion of their AGMs to be held on 29 and 30 April 2015.



This notification satisfies the Company's obligations under the Financial Conduct Authority Listing Rule 9.6.14.
13-Feb-2015
(C)
Group revenue decreased to USD27.1 billion (USD29.3 billion). Operating profit lowered to USD138 million (USD2.4 billion). Loss attributable to equity shareholders widened to USD2.5 billion (loss of USD961 million). In addition, headline earnings per share grew to USD120cps (USD102cps).



Dividend

Anglo American's dividend policy is to provide a base dividend that will be maintained or increased through the cycle. Consistent with the policy, the Board has recommended to maintain the final dividend of 53 US cents per share, giving a total dividend of 85 US cents per share for the year (2013: 85 US cents per share), subject to shareholder approval at the Annual General Meeting to be held on 23 April 2015.



Outlook

Significant operational improvements amid sharply lower commodity prices

*Delivered on all major commitments for 2014 - operational performance, project delivery and portfolio restructuring targets

*Strong operational performance across every business (4% production increase on Cu Eq. basis(1))

*Group underlying EBIT(2) of USD4.9 billion, a 25% decrease due to sharply weaker commodity prices (USD2.4 billion(3) underlying EBIT impact), partially offset by weaker producer country currencies (USD1.3 billion positive impact to underlying EBIT) and increased production and sales volumes

*Special items after tax and non-controlling interest include commodity price-driven impairments of USD3.9 billion, including USD3.5 billion at Minas-Rio

*Net debt of USD12.9 billion as at 31 December 2014 (2013: USD10.7 billion), with USD15.1 billion of liquidity; USD1.7 billion of bonds maturing in 2015 and $1.6 billion maturing in 2016
10-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo wished to draw attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd.'s ("Kumba") announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2014. Kumba reported headline earnings of R11.006 million. Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba of USD693 million for the year ended 31 December 2014, which takes into account certain adjustments.
10-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo wished to draw attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd.'s ("Amplats") announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2014. Amplats reported headline earnings of R786 million. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Amplats of USD25 million for the year ended 31 December 2014, which takes into account certain adjustments.
28-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
Anglo released their production report for the fourth quarter ended 31 December 2014. Highlights include:

* Kumba Iron Ore production increased by 10% to 12.4 million tonnes following implementation of the production recovery plan and Anglo American Operating Model at Sishen. Waste removal at Sishen continues to be the operational focus.

* Minas-Rio achieved first ore on ship on 25 October 2014; production started in the quarter.

* Export metallurgical coal production increased by 4% to 4.9 million tonnes due to a step change in performance at Grasstree and Q4 2013 longwall moves.

* Export thermal coal production increased by 2% to 9.7 million tonnes mainly due to increases across Australian and South African operations.

* Copper production decreased by 18% to 174 800 tonnes, primarily as a result of the expected grade declines at Los Bronces and Collahuasi.

* As expected, nickel production decreased by 34% to 6 700 tonnes due to the Barro Alto Line 2 furnace rebuild, which commenced in October.

* Equivalent refined platinum production increased by 14% to 593 900 ounces mainly due to higher production at Amandelbult, Rustenburg and Union mines as Q4 2013 was impacted by industrial action. Mogalakwena also increased production in Q4 2014 due to increased throughput at the concentrator and mining productivity improvements.

* Diamond production decreased by 8% to 8.4 million carats compared with Q4 2013 due to lower grades at Orapa and Venetia, combined with lower production at Snap Lake as a result of a mandatory safety stoppage.

* Given the sharply lower commodity price environment, particularly for the bulk commodities, Anglo American expects to record certain non-cash impairment charges as special items for the 2014 financial year. Full details will be provided when Anglo American publishes its preliminary results for 2014 on 13 February 2015.
09-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
09-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
05-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announces that its wholly owned subsidiary, Anglo American Michiquillay S.A., has given notice to the government of Peru to terminate the 2007 privatisation agreement which will result in it withdrawing from the exploration phase Michiquillay copper project. Under the terms of the 2007 privatisation agreement, Anglo American Michiquillay S.A. has begun the appropriate legal processes to return the project to Activos Mineros S.A.C. In the current economic environment, in which Anglo American is bringing increased focus to its portfolio and prioritising its capital to drive greater returns, Anglo American believes that the prospects for the development of the Michiquillay project would be improved under different ownership. Anglo American?s immediate priority is to ensure a responsible exit from the Michiquillay project, which includes the successful transfer of its role in the existing Michiquillay Social Fund to the government.
05-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo announces the secondment of Khanyisile Kweyama, Executive Director of Anglo American South Africa, for a two year term as CEO of Business Unity South Africa (?BUSA?), the organisation that represents the interests of the business community in South Africa. Ms Kweyama will take up her new position at BUSA with effect 2 January 2015.



Anglo is carrying out a review of the governance structure within Anglo?s corporate office in South Africa to ensure optimal effectiveness and alignment with its business priorities and will confirm any changes to that structure in due course.
04-Dec-2014
(Media Comment)
Business Reports announced that Anglo are looking to sell its platinum business in South Africa, short listing approximately 10 potential buyers for its Union mine for a price of USD300 million. Anglo aims to sell Union mine in the first six months of 2015. Anglo is shifting its focus to a more mechanised, profitable and open pit assets in South Africa. Chief executive Mark Cutifani, targeting 2016, seeks to increase return on capital by at least 15%, selling assets lowering the average. If failing to find buyers, Anglo will sell shares in the operation in an initial public offering.
03-Nov-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo is this afternoon hosting an analyst and investor seminar which will provide additional insight into De Beers - its industry, a detailed look at the company, from exploration to retail, and future trends for the diamond business.



The presentation, which will be available on the Anglo website, will begin at 3.30pm (UK time) and can be viewed via live webcast at www.angloamerican.com/investors. The presentation is expected to finish at 5.30pm.

The following members of Anglo and De Beers' management teams will present:

*Mark Cutifani Anglo American - Chief Executive (and Chairman of De Beers)

*Philippe Mellier De Beers - Chief Executive

*Bruce Cleaver De Beers - Executive Head of Strategy

*Pat Lowery De Beers - Executive Head of Technical

*Gareth Mostyn De Beers - Finance Director



27-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the delivery of first ore on ship ("FOOS") from its Minas-Rio iron ore project in Brazil, within the targeted budget. The first cargo of more than 80 000 tonnes of iron ore for the pellet feed market has been loaded onto a chartered vessel at the dedicated export terminal at the port of A?u in Rio de Janeiro state and the vessel is currently en route to customers in China.
23-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo released its Interim Management Statement for the third quarter ended 30 September 2014. Kumba Iron Ore production increased by 37% to 13 million tonnes following implementation of the production recovery plan at Sishen and record output at Kolomela. Waste removal at Sishen continues to be the operational focus.



Export metallurgical coal production increased by 4% to 5.1 million tonnes. Moranbah recovered from the geotechnical issues reported in Q2 2014 Export thermal coal production decreased by 4% to 9.0 million tonnes owing to adverse weather conditions in Colombia, partly offset by operational improvements in South Africa Copper production decreased by 15% to 176 900 tonnes, with expected grade declines at Los Bronces and Collahuasi being partially offset by improved throughput at Los Bronces Nickel production increased by 13% to 10 700 tonnes driven by continued improved operational stability at Barro Alto prior to the planned rebuild of the two furnaces, with the first commencing at the beginning of October



Platinum ramp up at strike-affected mines (Rustenburg, Amandelbult and Union mines) was completed, with normal production resumed by September. Platinum equivalent refined production decreased by 14% to 532 800 ounces as a result of the post-strike ramp-up and planned lower production at both Rustenburg and Union following the 2013 restructuring Diamond production increased by 6% to 8.2 million carats, with higher production at Debswana due to a strong performance at Jwaneng. This was partially offset by lower production at operations in South Africa and Canada.



Financial Results for the year to 31 December 2014 will be announced on 13 February 2015.
25-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces that Sir Philip Hampton, a Non-Executive Director of the Company, has been appointed to the board of GlaxoSmithKline plc as a Non-Executive Director from 1 January 2015. GlaxoSmithKline plc has announced that Sir Philip will become Deputy Chairman with effect from 1 April 2015 and Chairman with effect from 1 September 2015.
05-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 25 July 2014, the equivalent of the dividend in Sterling is GBP19.4134 pence per share and in Euros is EUR24.3429 cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.606670 and USD1 = EUR0.760716. As announced on 25 July 2014, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R3.3660480 per ordinary share. The payment date of the dividend is Thursday 18 September 2014. Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 25 July 2014 and are included on the Company's website www.angloamerican.com.
25-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement on 7 July 2014, Anglo announces that it has reached a binding agreement to sell its 50% ownership interest in Lafarge Tarmac Holdings Ltd. ("Lafarge Tarmac" or the "JV") to Lafarge SA ("Lafarge") for a minimum value of GBP885 million (approximately USD1.5 billion) in cash, on a debt and cash free basis and subject to other customary working capital adjustments.



The terms and conditions of the agreement are consistent with those announced on 7 July 2014.
25-Jul-2014
(C)
22-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd.'s announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2014. Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. reported headline earnings of R6 505 million.



Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. of USD409 million for the six months ended 30 June 2014, which takes into account certain adjustments.



Anglo will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2014 on 25 July 2014.
21-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd.'s announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2014. Anglo American Platinum Ltd. reported headline earnings of R157 million.



Anglo will report an underlying loss in respect of Anglo American Platinum Ltd. of USD1 million for the six months ended 30 June 2014, which takes into account certain adjustments.



Anglo will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2014 on 25 July 2014.
17-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
07-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announces its intention to sell its 50% interest in Lafarge Tarmac to Lafarge for a minimum value of GBP885 million (USD1.5 billion) (subject to Lafarge / Holcim merger related conditions, including Lafarge Tarmac being deemed an acceptable divestment remedy by the regulators) Anglo American plc ("Anglo American") announces that it has reached an agreement in principle for the sale of its 50% ownership interest in Lafarge Tarmac Holdings Limited ("Lafarge Tarmac" or the "JV") to Lafarge SA ("Lafarge") for a minimum value of GBP885 million (approximately USD1.5 billion) in cash, on a debt and cash free basis and subject to other customary working capital adjustments.



An announcement is being made at this stage as Lafarge intends to offer a full divestment of the JV to the European Commission as a remedy for the UK market in respect of the proposed merger of Lafarge and Holcim Ltd (Holcim). Under the terms of the in principle agreement, which is not legally binding, the sale will be subject to a number of conditions including the completion of the Lafarge /Holcim merger, the divestment of Lafarge Tarmac being accepted as a suitable remedy and approval of this sale transaction by the necessary regulators. Lafarge and Holcim have announced that they expect the merger to be completed in the first half of 2015. Anglo American and Lafarge will work towards finalising the terms of a definitive agreement in Q3 2014.



In the event that a subsequent divestment of Lafarge Tarmac is agreed within 18 months of this sale being completed, then Anglo American will participate in a minority proportion of the upside beyond a small premium to the terms of this proposed transaction. Anglo American expects to use the proceeds to pay down debt.

24-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
17-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces that Dr Byron Grote, a Non-Executive Director of the Company, has been appointed to the board of Standard Chartered PLC as an independent Non-Executive Director from 1 July 2014.



03-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo announces the appointment of Philip Mitchell as Group Director - HR and Corporate Affairs, effective 1 September 2014, following Mervyn Walker's decision to retire from Anglo American.
30-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Dr Byron Grote, a Non-Executive Director of the Company, was appointed to the supervisory board of AkzoNobel N.V. at that company's AGM held on 29 April 2014.
25-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo (the "company") announces that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majorities at the company's Annual General Meeting held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at 2.30pm on Thursday 24 April 2014. In line with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting. Electoral Reform Services acted as independent assessors and the result of the polls was as follows. This announcement will be available for viewing on the company's website, www.angloamerican.com, along with a transcript of the Annual General Meeting, as soon as practicable.
24-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo released their interim management statement for the first quarter ended 31 March 2014.

* Kumba Iron Ore production increased by 10% to 11.3 million tonnes, following solid performances at both Sishen and Kolomela. Q1 2013 was impacted by lower than planned production at Sishen following the unprotected strike in Q4 2012

* Export metallurgical coal production increased by 31% to 6.1 million tonnes, a record quarter, primarily as a result of continuing productivity improvements

* Export thermal coal production from South Africa increased by 6% to 4.1 million tonnes. Cerrej?n's production increased by 95% reflecting the strike affected Q1 2013 period

* Copper production(2) increased by 18% to 202 000 tonnes, with improved performance from Los Bronces and Collahuasi, primarily the result of higher ore grades. Production guidance for FY 2014 has been revised upwards to 710 000 - 730 000 tonnes (previously 700 000 - 720 000 tonnes)

* Nickel production increased by 48% to 9 200 tonnes driven by improved operational stability at Barro Alto

* Niobium production was flat at 1 100 tonnes as higher recoveries were offset by lower ore grade

* Phosphates concentrate production was flat at 347 900 tonnes. Fertiliser production decreased by 2% due to unplanned maintenance stoppage and throughput constraints

* Platinum equivalent refined production decreased by 39% to 357 000 ounces as a result of the industrial action at Rustenburg, Amandelbult and Union mines in South Africa. As a consequence of the ongoing industrial action FY 2014 production guidance has been revised downwards to approximately 2.1 million ounces (previously 2.3 - 2.4 million ounces)

* Diamond production increased by 18% to 7.5 million carats, largely due to the impact of planned plant maintenance at Orapa in Q1 2013 and recovery from the 2012 sidewall failure at Jwaneng.
16-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Pursuant to DTR 6.1.11, Anglo American Capital plc and Anglo announce that the USD notes issued by Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo listed below were issued on 15 April 2014 and have been admitted to listing on the Official List of the UK Listing Authority and to trading on the London Stock Exchange, a regulated market:

USD500 000 000 Senior Floating Rate Notes due 2016; and

USD500 000 000 4.125% Senior Notes due 2021.



The notes were sold in the United States to qualified institutional buyers in reliance on Rule 144A under the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), and outside the United States to non-US persons in reliance on Regulation S under the Securities Act.



The notes listed above have not been, and will not be, registered under the Securities Act, or under the securities laws of any state of the United States, and may not be offered or sold in the United States, other than pursuant to an exemption from, or in a transaction not subject to, the registration requirements of the Securities Act. The issuer of the notes does not presently intend to register the notes under the Securities Act.



This announcement is an advertisement and is not a prospectus for the purposes of EU Directive 2003/71/EC (the "Prospectus Directive"). The Offering Memorandum prepared pursuant to the Prospectus Directive is available on the website of the London Stock Exchange.
14-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 14 February 2014, the equivalent of the dividend in Sterling is GBP31.5806 pence per share and in Euros is EUR38.2200 cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.595860 and USD1 = EUR0.721132.



As announced on 14 February 2014, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R5.8696440 per ordinary share. The payment date of the dividend is Tuesday 29 April 2014. Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 14 February 2014 and are included on the Company's website www.angloamerican.com.
09-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Memorandum has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing: Offering Memorandum dated 8 April 2014 (the Offering Memorandum) relating to the USD500,000,000 Senior Floating Rate Notes due 2016 and the USD500,000,000 4.125% Senior Notes due 2021 of Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo American plc. To view the Offering Memorandum, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser: http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/4676E_-2014-4-9.pdf A copy of the Offering Memorandum has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available at www.hemscott.com/nsm.do.
09-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the completion of its sale of Tarmac Building Products Ltd. ("TBP") to Lafarge Tarmac Holdings Ltd. ("Lafarge Tarmac"), following receipt of regulatory approval.



Anglo announced on 14 November 2013 that it had reached an agreement to sell TBP to Lafarge Tarmac Holdings Ltd., the 50:50 joint venture of Lafarge's and Anglo American's construction materials and services businesses in the United Kingdom. The terms of the transaction remain confidential.



TBP is a supplier of heavy building products, including construction blocks, bagged aggregates and cement products.
26-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:

Offering Circular dated 26 March 2014 (the Offering Circular) relating to the USD15,000,000,000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo American plc and Anglo American Capital plc. To view the Offering Circular, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/2690D_-2014-3-26.pdf



This website is not provided for, or directed at, U.S. persons or persons in the United States. If you are a U.S. person or are viewing this page from the United States, you should exit this section of the website. A copy of the Offering Circular has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM
24-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
The following documents have been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism (NSM) (http://www.hemscott.com/nsm.do):

* the company's Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2013; and

* the Notice of Annual General Meeting of the company which will be held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE at 14.30 on Thursday 24 April 2014.



Both documents can be found on our website as follows:

*2013 Annual Report and Accounts -- http://www.angloamerican.com/investors/reportingcentre.aspx



*Notice of Annual General Meeting -- http://www.angloamerican.com/investors/meetings/agm2014.aspx
24-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Mervyn Walker, Group Director - HR and Corporate Affairs, has decided to retire, with effect 30 June 2014. Mr Walker's successor will be announced in due course.
05-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the appointment of Themba Mkhwanazi as the CEO of its coal business in South Africa, effective during the second quarter of 2014, following Godfrey Gomwe's decision to retire from Anglo.



Themba Mkhwanazi is currently Rio Tinto's Regional General Manager for the Americas, responsible for delivering technical and operational improvements across Rio Tinto's businesses in the region. Themba has held a number of senior roles within the resources industry, including as COO of Richards Bay Minerals, during which he was responsible for mining, smelting and processing operations. Prior to that, he was a Managing Director with the Huntsman Corporation in South Africa.
21-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced two changes to the composition of its board of directors.



As indicated to the Annual General Meeting ("AGM") of Anglo in April 2013, David Challen will retire from the board at the forthcoming AGM in April 2014, after almost 12 years' service, which has included six years as the senior independent director and 10 years as chair of the Audit Committee.



Byron Grote, who was appointed to the board in April 2013 and who has spent more than 30 years in the extractives industry, will take over the chair of the Audit Committee from David Challen, as previously announced. Sir Philip Hampton will succeed David Challen as the senior independent director of the board.



Sir CK Chow will also retire from the board at the forthcoming AGM after six years' service, including serving on the board's Nomination and Remuneration committees.
14-Feb-2014
(C)
11-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc wishes to draw attention to Kumba Iron Ore Limited's announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2013. Kumba Iron Ore Ltd reported headline earnings of R15 443 million. Anglo American plc will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Limited of USD1,108 million for the year ended 31 December 2013, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American plc will report results for the year ended 31 December 2013 on 14 February 2014. The above figures are unaudited.



Underlying earnings

Underlying earnings is net profit attributable to equity shareholders, adjusted to remove special items and remeasurements, and any related tax and non-controlling interests. Special items are those items of financial performance that the Group believes should be excluded from underlying financial performance. Operating special items include impairment charges and reversals and other exceptional items, including restructuring costs. Non-operating special items include profits and losses on disposals of investments and businesses as well as certain adjustments relating to business combinations. Remeasurements include adjustments to ensure that the unrealised gains or losses on non-hedge derivative instruments are recorded in underlying earnings in the same period as the underlying transaction against which these instruments provide an economic, but not formally designated, hedge as well as foreign exchange impact arising in US dollar functional currency entities on deferred tax balances.

03-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd.'s ("Amplats') announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2013. Amplats reported headline earnings of R1 451 million. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Amplats of USD287 million for the year ended 31 December 2013, which takes into account certain adjustments.
29-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
The Production Report for the fourth quarter ended 31 December 2013 is unaudited. Preliminary Results for the full year to 31 December 2013 will be announced on 14 February 2014.



Overview

* Kumba Iron Ore production increased by 25% to 11.3 Mt following the strike in Q4 2012

* Export metallurgical coal production increased by 3% to 4.7 Mt due to sustained longwall productivity improvements

* Export thermal coal production increased by 8% to 7.9 Mt. Export thermal coal production from South Africa decreased by 1% to 4.6 Mt. Cerrej?n production increased by 24% to 3.3 Mt, maintaining the strong recovery following the strike in Q1 2013

* Copper production(1) increased by 24% to a record 214 400 tonnes, driven by continued strong performance at Los Bronces, and higher grades at Collahuasi

* Nickel(2) production increased by 38% to 10 200 tonnes. Higher production at Barro Alto was driven by improved operational stability of the furnaces

* Niobium production increased by 20% to 1 200 tonnes, reflecting operational improvements at the plants and higher grades

* Fertiliser production increased 2% due to increased plant availability

* Platinum equivalent refined production increased by 25% to 520 300 ounces as a result of an increase in production from Mogalakwena, and the normalisation of production at Rustenburg (Bathopele, Siphumelele and Thembelani), Amandelbult (Dishaba and Tumela) and Union mines that were impacted by the illegal industrial action in 2012

* The restructuring of Platinum has commenced with baseline production of 2.2 - 2.4 million ounces per annum, with 250,000 annualised low margin, high cost, and unprofitable ounces no longer in production

* Diamond production increased by 13% to 9.1 million carats, primarily due to increased output from Jwaneng following the recovery after the slope failure in June 2012, together with higher grades at Orapa and Venetia
23-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the text of which is set out below:



Anglo American Platinum calls for constructive engagement with AMCU

Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Amplats" or the "company") confirmed that the Association of Construction and Mineworkers Union (AMCU) affiliated employees have commenced industrial action at the Rustenburg, Union and Amandelbult operations following the notification of such action served on the company on Monday 20 January 2014.



The company has recorded low attendance at its Rustenburg, Union and Amandelbult mines following the initiation of industrial action this morning and expects production to be impacted by the strike action. All the company's Process operations and Mogalakwena mine are operating normally. Safe shutdown procedures have been implemented throughout all impacted operations.



Amplats confirmed that the strike is legal only for AMCU affiliated employees and not for NUM, NUMSA and UASA members. The company has ensured through the CCMA that AMCU is aware of the picketing rules and that its members must utilise designated picketing areas.



The no-work no-pay principle will apply to all employees who are absent from work. Amplats encourages its striking employees to respect their fellow colleagues' right to report to work and encourages peace and stability during the strike.



The company will work together with law enforcement agencies to help maintain peace and stability during the strike. Additional safety and security measures have been employed in and around operations.



Further updates will be provided as appropriate.
20-Dec-2013
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo and its subsidiary, Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. ("Kumba"), have made their long-awaited entrance into West Africa by agreeing with London-listed Ferrex to fund a study into a possible iron-ore mine in Gabon. Anglo has set up a 50/50 joint venture with its subsidiary in the hunt for an African project.
13-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that its wholly owned US subsidiary ("Anglo Pebble") has concluded its exit from the Pebble copper project in Alaska, following its announcement on 16 September that it would withdraw from the Pebble Limited Partnership ("PLP"). Anglo Pebble's withdrawal from the Pebble project includes providing financial support to PLP in relation to PLP's commitments to employees, local institutions and community organisations.
13-Dec-2013
(Media Comment)
Anglo CEO Mark Cutifani said in Business Day that the group has identified a "handful of assets" that it would like to fix and sell. Cutifani hinted that Anglo may not be a long-term investor in platinum once the market for the metal rebounds. However, the CEO added that Anglo has no immediate plans to sell or unbundle the group's 80% stake in Anglo American Platinum as "we see lots of potential to improve the (platinum) business, that's our first priority." Anglo aims to lower its perceived over-reliance on South Africa for profit.
12-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo hosted an investor presentation which will provide an update on Anglo's strategy, detailed findings of its asset review and progress made towards realising Anglo's value potential through a number of revenue enhancing and cost reduction opportunities. The presentation, which is available on the Anglo American website, will begin at 12.30pm (UK time) and can be viewed via live webcast: http://www.angloamerican.com/investors.aspx.
11-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
The following Final Terms are available for viewing:

Final Terms dated 11 December 2013 relating to the issue by Anglo American Capital plc of JPY 10,000,000,000 1.028 per cent. Guaranteed Notes due 14 December 2018 guaranteed by Anglo American plc (the Notes) under the USD15,000,000,000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme (the Programme). The Final Terms of the Notes must be read in conjunction with the Offering Circular dated 17 April 2013, as supplemented by the Supplementary Offering Circular dated 11 November 2013, relating to the Programme.



To view the Final Terms in full, please paste the URL set out below into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/3090V_1-11-Dec-2013.pdf

Copies of the Final Terms and the Offering Circular, as supplemented, have been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM.
14-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has reached an agreement to sell Tarmac Building Products Ltd. ("TBP") to Lafarge Tarmac Holdings Ltd. ("Lafarge Tarmac"), the 50:50 joint venture of Lafarge's and Anglo's construction materials and services businesses in the United Kingdom. The terms of the transaction are confidential and the transaction is subject to regulatory approvals. Both TBP and Lafarge Tarmac operations will continue to operate independently until such approvals are obtained. TBP is a supplier of heavy building products, including construction blocks, bagged aggregates and cement products. The transaction is expected to close in the first half of 2014.
12-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
The following Supplementary Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:



Supplementary Offering Circular dated 8 November 2013 (the "Supplementary Offering Circular") to the Offering Circular dated 17 April 2013 (the "Offering Circular") relating to the USD15 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo and Anglo American Capital plc.



To view the Supplementary Offering Circular, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/7373S_-11-Nov-2013.pdf



A copy of the Supplementary Offering Circular has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM
04-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the appointment to its board of Jim Rutherford as a non-executive director, with immediate effect.
04-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the completion of its sale of 100% of the Amap? iron ore operation in Brazil ("Amap?") to Zamin Ferrous Ltd. ("Zamin") following receipt of regulatory approval for an initial total cash consideration of USD134 million, net of certain completion adjustments.



As announced on 25 September 2013, Zamin will also pay Anglo conditional deferred consideration of up to a maximum of USD130 million in total, payable over a five year period and calculated on the basis of the market price for iron ore. Anglo will use the proceeds to pay down debt. As part of the transaction, Anglo will assume responsibility for, and the risks and rewards of, the insurance claim in relation to the Santana port incident by acquiring the claim at full claim value.
21-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced, for information purposes only, provisional timetables for any dividends that become payable in 2014. Confirmation of any actual dividends payable, and the dates thereof, will as usual be contained within interim and final results announcements. Please see the original SENS note for details thereof.
18-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
The interim management statement for the third quarter ended 30 September 2013 contained the following highlights:

*Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. production decreased by 24% to 9.5 Mt following weaker production at Sishen which was partially offset by a strong performance at Kolomela

*Export metallurgical coal production increased by 9% to a record 4.9 Mt due to continued longwall performance improvements which more than offset the planned closure at Aquila

*Export thermal coal production from South Africa decreased by 1% to 4.5 Mt Cerrej?n production increased to 3.2 Mt, a 13% increase, as the operation maintained a strong recovery post the strike in Q1 2013

*Copper production increased by 32% to 207 300 tonnes, with 22% higher production at Los Bronces and a 130% increase at Collahuasi

*Nickel production increased by 7% to 9 600 tonnes, with higher production at Barro Alto more than offsetting the permanent cessation of production at Loma de N?quel. Production at Barro Alto increased by 51% to 7 100 tonnes

*Niobium production increased by 7% to 1 100 tonnes, reflecting operational improvements at the plants and improved grades

*Phosphates production increased by 5% to 326 300 tonnes due to performance improvements and increased plant availability

*Platinum equivalent refined production was flat at 623 000 ounces. In line with the restructuring plans, Khomanani, Khuseleka 2 and Union North Decline were placed on long term care and maintenance

*Diamond production increased by 21% to 7.7 million carats, primarily owing to the Jwaneng mine recovering fully from the slope failure in June 2012
15-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the appointment of Mr Ruben Fernandes as CEO of its Nickel, Niobium and Phosphates businesses, with effect 1 December 2013, following Anglo's decision to combine the management of the three commodity businesses. Walter De Simoni, CEO of the Nickel business since 2009, has decided to leave Anglo to pursue other opportunities. Ruben Fernandes, currently CEO of Anglo's Niobium and Phosphates businesses, will report to Duncan Wanblad, CEO of the Base Metals and Minerals group.
15-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
11-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
25-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo American South Africa ("AASA") announced that it has concluded an agreement which resolves fully and finally 23 stand-alone silicosis claims, instituted against it between 2004 and 2009. The settlement has been reached without admission of liability by AASA and the terms of the agreement remain confidential.



AASA is just one of a number of companies facing class action litigation in the High Court involving some thousands of former mine workers. This litigation is separate to that brought by the claimants in today?s settlement. AASA denies any liability and will continue to defend the class action proceedings.
25-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
On 4 January 2013 Anglo announced the sale of its 70% interest in the Amap? iron ore operation in Brazil ("Amap?") to Zamin Ferrous Ltd. ("Zamin"). On 28 March 2013, prior to the completion of that transaction, a major geological event occurred at the Santana port facility which resulted in the destruction of the port shiploader infrastructure and sampling tower and the tragic loss of six lives. In light of these circumstances, Anglo entered into further discussions with its partner Cliffs Natural Resources ("Cliffs") and Zamin. Anglo subsequently entered into an agreement with Cliffs to acquire its 30% interest in Amap? and has now agreed to amend the sale agreement with Zamin, including to reflect Anglo's disposal of a 100% interest in Amap? to Zamin.



Anglo has agreed to sell 100% of Amap? to Zamin for an initial total consideration of approximately USD136 million, subject to certain adjustments at completion plus the repayment of any intercompany balances. In addition, Zamin will pay Anglo American conditional deferred consideration of up to a maximum of USD130 million in total, payable over a five year period and calculated on the basis of the market price for iron ore. Anglo will use the proceeds to pay down debt.



As part of the transaction, Anglo will assume responsibility for, and the risks and rewards of, the insurance claim in relation to the Santana port incident by acquiring the claim at full claim value. After the tragic incident at the Santana port, the successful completion of this transaction will allow a more certain future for all the stakeholders of Amap? and for Anglo to deliver on its strategic objectives. The transaction is expected to close by the end of the year and is subject to Amap? state regulatory approval.
19-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. ("Kumba" or the "company"), the text of which is set out below:



Resignation and appointment of Kumba non-executive director

The board of Kumba announces the resignation of David Maxwell Weston, and the appointment of Anthony Martin O'Neill as a non-executive director of the company, effective 30 September 2013. Mr Weston will retire from Anglo at the end of September 2013.
16-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that its wholly owned US subsidiary Anglo American (US) Pebble LLC ("AA Pebble") has given notice under the Pebble limited partnership agreement that it is withdrawing from the Pebble copper project in Alaska. The Pebble Ltd. Partnership (PLP) was created in 2007 between AA Pebble and an affiliate of Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. ("Northern Dynasty"), who are equal partners in PLP. Following the withdrawal, PLP will proceed under the sole ownership of Northern Dynasty.



In light of the parties? shared desire to ensure an orderly exit, the detailed aspects of AA Pebble's withdrawal from the Pebble project are being developed and implemented. Anglo expects to record an impairment charge of USD0.3 billion at 31 December 2013 on a post-tax basis.
12-Sep-2013
(Media Comment)
New Anglo CEO Mark Cutifani was reported by the Financial Mail as saying that the miner's new strategy will capitalise on future shortages of food, water, energy and commodities needed for infrastructure development. Cutifani has also reviewed all 95 of Anglo's operations and projects and indicated that Anglo needs to become more disciplined, effective and efficient in order to extract more value and greater returns for shareholders. In a positive response to Cutifani's strategy, Anglo's share price is up by 15% to almost R250.00 from end-July to early-September 2013.
03-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the appointment to its Board of Dr Judy Dlamini as a non-executive director, with effect 1 January 2014.
30-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 26 July 2013, the equivalent of the dividend in Sterling is GBP20.6540 pence per share and in Euros is EUR23.9743 cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.645439 and USD1 = ?EUR.749196. As announced on 26 July 2013, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R3.12512 per ordinary share. The payment date of the dividend is Thursday 12 September 2013. Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 26 July 2013 and are included on the Company's website www.angloamerican.com
19-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Amplats") the salient points of text of which is set out below:



Anglo American Platinum Ltd. has concluded consultations with key stakeholders and unions on the plans to restructure its business. In January, the company announced its proposals to reduce costs and reconfigure marginal operations following an extensive review of its business which commenced in February 2012. The review is aimed at restoring the company's profitability to ensure its long-term sustainability and increase its competitiveness in the global platinum mining industry.



Following the consultation with the Department of Mineral Resources and recognised unions in a process facilitated by the CCMA, the company will be proceeding with the implementation of its plans which are:

*baseline production to 2.2 - 2.4 million Platinum ounces per annum in the short to medium term;

*consolidating the Rustenburg operations into three operating mines by integrating the Khuseleka 2 and Khomanani 1 and 2 mines into the surrounding mines. Khuseleka 1 will remain operational. The rationalisation and reconfiguration of marginal operations will result in a reduction in production capacity of approximately 250 000 ounces per annum and by an additional approximately 100 000 ounces per annum in the medium term;

*consolidation of Union North and South Mines into one mine. The disposal of the mine is still planned to take place in due course;

*reducing overhead costs and improving efficiencies;

*As previously communicated, the number of operational jobs that are affected is approximately 6 000. In addition, approximately 900 corporate and overhead employees will also be affected. However, the ultimate number of retrenchments will depend on the conclusion of the retrenchment avoidance measures; which include voluntary severance packages, early retirement, redeployments and the filling of internal vacancies.
16-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the appointment of Mr Hennie Faul as CEO of its Copper business following John MacKenzie's decision to leave to pursue other opportunities outside Anglo. Hennie Faul, currently Anglo's Group Head of Mining, will report to Duncan Wanblad, CEO of the Base Metals and Minerals business, with effect from October 2013
26-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were referred to the announcement of half year results for the six months ended 30 June 2013 (the "interim results") released on 26 June 2013, at 7am UK time/ 8am South African time. The interim results incorporated the declaration of an interim dividend.



Owing to JSE system requirements, the unrounded gross dividend converted to ZAR is R3.12512 (versus the stated (rounded) R3.1251) giving a net dividend of R2.65635 (versus the stated R2.656352) post the 15% South African dividend withholdings tax, for those who are not exempt from such tax.
26-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced a number of senior management changes to manage the group's businesses more effectively and to align the organisation and management team with Anglo American?s strategic priorities to drive greater, sustainable value.



Anglo's ten current business units will be consolidated into six groups:

*Kumba Iron Ore (incl manganese) -- Norman Mbazima

*Iron Ore Brazil -- Paulo Castellari

*Coal (metallurgical and thermal) -- Seamus French

*Base (copper, nickel, niobium, phosphates) -- Duncan Wanblad

*Platinum -- Chris Griffith

*De Beers -- Philippe Mellier



The consolidation of the metallurgical and thermal coal businesses will take effect from January 2014. Tony O'Neill has been appointed Group Director: Technical, with responsibility for mining and technology, business performance, asset optimisation, projects and SHE (safety, health and environment).



The appointment of Tony O'Neill follows the decisions to retire of Brian Beamish (Group Director: Mining and Technology) and David Weston (Group Director: Business Performance and Projects). Responsibility for Anglo American?s Commercial activities, currently managed by David Weston, will be assumed by Peter Whitcutt (Group Director: Strategy and Business Development). Ren? M?dori (Finance Director), Mervyn Walker (Group Director: HR and Corporate Affairs) and Khanyisile Kweyama (Executive Director: Anglo American South Africa) will continue in their current roles.
26-Jul-2013
(C)
23-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd.'s ("Kumba's") announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2013. Kumba reported headline earnings of R7 748 million. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba of USD579 million for the six months ended 30 June 2013, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American plc will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2013 on 26 July 2013.
18-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
*Kumba Iron Ore production decreased marginally by 1% to 11.3 Mt as weaker production at Sishen, following the recovery from the strike in H2 2012, was offset by a strong performance at Kolomela

*Export metallurgical coal production decreased by 9% to 4.4 Mt due to strategic production cuts executed in 2012 in anticipation of weakening market conditions, a planned longwall move at Moranbah and the recovery following adverse weather conditions

*Export thermal coal production from South Africa decreased by 5% to 4.0 Mt. Cerrej?n production decreased marginally to 3.0 Mt following the strong recovery after the strike in Q1 2013

*Copper production increased 14% to 182 900 tonnes, with 13% higher production at Los Bronces and a 25% increase at Collahuasi

*Nickel production decreased by 22% to 8 500 tonnes due to the permanent cessation of production at Loma de N?quel, partially offset by higher production at Barro Alto

*Platinum equivalent refined production increased by 2% to 594 000 ounces despite intermittent illegal industrial action

*Diamond production increased by 10% to 7.9 million carats due to favourable ore grades at Orapa and Jwaneng, offset by lower production from Venetia following flooding in January 2013

*Phosphates production increased by 15% to 312 300 tonnes due to performance improvement and increased plant availability

*Niobium production decreased by 8% to 1 100 tonnes reflecting expected declining ore grade, partially offset by operational improvements
08-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the appointment to its board of Dr Mphu Ramatlapeng as a non-executive director, with immediate effect.



Dr Ramatlapeng will also join the board's Safety and Sustainable Development Committee with immediate effect.
10-May-2013
(Official Notice)
02-May-2013
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that Anglo is keen on joining a group of mining companies seeking to develop Mongolia's huge Tavan Tolgoi coal field. Anglo American Mongolia president Graeme Hancock said Anglo was interested in working on the deposit in partnership with Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi. Anglo could compete with Peabody Energy and China Shenhua Energy to develop Tavan Tolgoi. Tavan Tolgoi contains 6.4 billion tons of reserves.
02-May-2013
(Official Notice)
As reported in the Directors' Remuneration Report in the Anglo American plc Annual Report 2012, the company has made an award of shares to Mark Cutifani, its Chief Executive, on 30 April 2013, in compensation for the loss of incentives from his previous employer AngloGold Ashanti. As set out in the Directors' Remuneration Report, the company commissioned a third party valuation to determine the extent to which the AngloGold Ashanti performance conditions were likely to be achieved, so that the compensatory award could, as far as possible, be made on a comparable basis.



The award comprises 132 208 Anglo ordinary shares which will vest, subject to Mr Cutifani's continued appointment as Chief Executive, in four tranches over the next three years, as follows:

*51 680 shares in February 2014

*9 983 shares in May 2014

*67 475 shares in February 2015

*3 070 shares in February 2016



The notification of these transactions is to satisfy the company's obligations under the Financial Conduct Authority Disclosure and Transparency Rules 3.1.2 to 3.1.4.
30-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the text of which is set out below:



Update on the Anglo American Platinum restructuring proposals consultation process

Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum") is providing an update on the restructuring proposals consultation process.



On 28 March 2013, Anglo American Platinum and the Department of Mineral Resources agreed to extend their bilateral consultation process by 30 days to allow sufficient time for the conclusion of the process. Anglo American Platinum had anticipated that the process would be concluded by the end of April 2013. However, the two parties are still in the process of concluding the details of the consultation and its outcome will be communicated during the week commencing 6 May 2013.
26-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the text of which is set out below:



Report on proceedings at the Annual General Meeting and changes to the Board of Directors

The Board of Anglo American Platinum Ltd. announced the appointment of Valli Moosa as Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Company with immediate effect.



Valli Moosa's appointment follows the retirement of Cynthia Carroll, who stepped down at the company's Annual General Meeting today. Valli has been a Director since 2008, served as Deputy Chairman and Lead Independent Director of the Board since 2010 and is well placed to succeed Cynthia as Chairman. Valli is the current Chairman of Sun International Ltd.



The board also announced the appointment of Mark Cutifani as a Non-Executive Director of the Anglo American Platinum Ltd. board with immediate effect. Mark is the Chief Executive of Anglo and former Chief Executive of AngloGold Ashanti Ltd.



The board Committees will be re-constituted in line with King III Code of Governance and the JSE listing requirements.



Report On Proceedings at Annual General Meeting

At the Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders of Anglo American Platinum Ltd. held today, 26 April 2013, all of the ordinary and special resolutions proposed at the meeting were approved by the requisite majority of votes.



The special resolutions will be lodged for registration with the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission in due course.
26-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
The following Final Terms are available for viewing:



Final Terms dated 26 April 2013 relating to the issue by Anglo American Capital plc of EUR750 000 000 2.500 per cent. Guaranteed Notes due 29 April 2021 guaranteed by Anglo American plc (the "Notes"), under the USD15 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme (the "Programme").



The Final Terms of the Notes must be read in conjunction with the Offering Circular dated 17 April 2013 relating to the Programme.



To view the full document, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/3510D_-2013-4-26.pdf



Copies of the Final Terms, the Offering Circular have been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM
23-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo draws attention to an announcement issued by Kumba Iron Ore, the text of which is set out below: Application for leave to appeal to the Constitutional Court by Imperial Crown Trading 289 (Pty) Ltd. and the Department of Mineral Rights against the Supreme Court of Appeal decision in relation to the grant of a prospecting right to Imperial Crown Trading 289 (Pty) Ltd.



Shareholders were advised on 28 March 2013 that the Supreme Court of Appeal had dismissed the appeals of the Department of Mineral Rights ("DMR") and Imperial Crown Trading 289 (Pty) Ltd. ("ICT") against the decision of the North Gauteng High Court, which, inter alia, set aside the grant of a prospecting right to ICT by the DMR. The Supreme Court of Appeal held that as a matter of law and as at midnight on 30 April 2009, Sishen Iron Ore Company (Pty) Ltd. ("SIOC") became the sole holder of the mining right to iron ore in respect of the Sishen Mine, after ArcelorMittal South Africa Ltd. failed to convert its undivided share of the old order mining right. Both ICT and the DMR have lodged applications for leave to appeal to the Constitutional Court against the decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal. Shareholders will be informed of any further material developments in this regard.
22-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that all resolutions, except resolution 18, were passed by the requisite majorities at the Company's Annual General Meeting held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at 2pm on Friday 19 April 2013. In line with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.
19-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo released its interim management statement for the first quarter ended 31 March 2013. Highlights included:

*Kumba Iron Ore production increased by 2% to 10.3 Mt, reflecting higher production at Kolomela

*Metallurgical Coal achieved record first quarter export metallurgical coal production, which increased by 23% to 4.6 Mt, as productivity improvements more than offset the impact of excessive rainfall

*Export thermal coal production from South Africa increased by 6% to 3.9 Mt Cerrej?n production decreased by 49% to 1.5 Mt owing to the strike during the quarter

*Copper production(1) increased by 1% to 170 400 tonnes, with increased production at Los Bronces offset by lower production at Collahuasi due to a planned shutdown

*Nickel production(2) decreased by 48% to 6 200 tonnes owing to the permanent cessation of production and mining activities at Loma de N?quel at the end of 2012 and stoppages at Barro Alto

*Platinum equivalent refined production decreased by 2% to 583 000 ounces following intermittent strike action

*Diamond production increased by 3% to 6.4 million carats due to favourable ore grade, offset by lower production from Orapa due to maintenance

*Phosphates production increased by 15% to 284 400 tonnes driven by a significant increase in productivity



Interim results for the six months to 30 June 2013 will be announced on 26 July 2013.
17-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing: Offering Circular dated 17 April 2013 (the Offering Circular) relating to the USD15,000,000,000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo American plc and Anglo American Capital plc. To view the Offering Circular, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser.



http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/6037C_-2013-4-17.pdf



This website is not provided for, or directed at, U.S. persons or persons in the United States. If you are a U.S. person or are viewing this page from the United States, you should exit this section of the website. A copy of the Offering Circular has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM
12-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 15 February 2013, the equivalent of the dividend in Sterling is 34.6190 pence per share and in Euros is 40.4511 Euro cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.653189 and USD1 = EUR0.763229.



As announced on 15 February 2013, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R4.7038 per ordinary share.



Dividend warrants are scheduled to be mailed in South Africa on Tuesday 23 April 2013 and in the UK on Wednesday 24 April 2013 for payment on Thursday 25 April 2013.



Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 15 February 2013 and are included on the company's website www.angloamerican.com
04-Apr-2013
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Mark Cutifani, the new CE of Anglo, is expected to assess between April and July 2013 whether the group's assets and commodities added value to the company's portfolio. Cutifani said in his first interview as CE that he will "look at the portfolio, the commodities we are in. Do they make sense? Are they right" Are they right for the future." Under Cutifani's leadership, Anglo will focus on assessing the group's balance sheet, creating value for shareholders and employees, and being flexible enough to seize opportunities when they arise. In addition, there could also be a management reshuffle as the company looked at whether the right people are in the right jobs.
28-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced its decision not to proceed with the acquisition of a 58.9% interest in the Revubo? metallurgical coal project in Mozambique. As announced on 24 July 2012, the transaction was subject to a number of conditions. Those conditions have not been satisfied and Anglo has decided not to proceed with the transaction. Anglo expects to continue with its objective of establishing a position in the emerging metallurgical coal basin in Mozambique.
28-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Amplats, together with the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) has been engaged in consultation for the past 60 days as agreed at the Tri-partite meeting of the 28 January where parties had resolved to postpone the continuation of the Section 189 process under the Labour Relations Act, in order to allow for a detailed consultation process to take place between DMR, Anglo American Platinum and organised labour (NUM, AMCU, NUMSA and UASA).



Amplats and the DMR have now agreed to extend the bilateral consultation process for a further 30 days to allow sufficient time for the conclusion of the process, and anticipate that the process will conclude by the end of April 2013. Further updates will be provided as appropriate.
28-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc draws attention to an announcement issued by Kumba Iron Ore, the text of which is set out below. Supreme Court of Appeal decision in relation to the appeal in respect of the High Court decision relating to the grant of a prospecting right to Imperial Crown Trading 289 (Pty) Ltd.



Background

Shareholders were advised on 15 December 2011 that the North Gauteng High Court ruled that, when the Department of Mineral Resources ("DMR") effected a conversion of Sishen Iron Ore Company (Pty) Ltd.'s ("SIOC") old order mining right in 2008, SIOC was granted the exclusive right to mine at the Sishen Mine, and accordingly no other party could be granted the right to mine iron ore or quartzite at the Sishen Mine. The High Court therefore reviewed and set aside the grant of the prospecting right to Imperial Crown Trading 289 (Pty) Ltd. ("ICT"). Each of ICT and the DMR were separately granted leave to appeal against the decision.



The SCA Judgment 28 March 2013

The Supreme Court of Appeal ("the SCA") has dismissed the appeals of both the DMR and ICT. The SCA held that SIOC lodged its application for conversion of its old order right in 2005. The SCA held that the DMR granted to SIOC the exclusive mining right in 2008. The SCA further held that ArcelorMittal South Africa Ltd. ("AMSA") retained the right to lodge its old order right (21.4% undivided share) for conversion before midnight on 30 April 2009, but failed to do so. As a matter of law and as at midnight on 30 April 2009, SIOC became the sole holder of the mining right to iron ore in respect of the Sishen Mine, after AMSA failed to convert its undivided share of the old order mining right. This means that SIOC has the exclusive right to mine iron ore at the Sishen Mine. As a further consequence of this finding, the SCA upheld the High Court ruling setting aside the prospecting right granted by the DMR to ICT.



It had been agreed between SIOC and AMSA that the arbitration proceedings relating to the inoperative Sishen Supply Agreement would be stayed pending the final resolution of the mining rights dispute. No date for this arbitration has yet been agreed. In the interim, the sale of iron ore from the Sishen Mine to AMSA remains regulated in terms of the Interim Pricing Agreement concluded between the parties in December 2012. Shareholders will be informed of any further material developments in this regard.
25-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
The recommended final dividend of 53 US cents per share was announced on 15 February 2013. As previously announced, the rates for conversion of US dollars into Sterling and Euros will be announced on 12 April 2013. The last date for receipt of USD: GBP/EURO currency elections is 4 April 2013.



The USD: GPB/EURO conversion rates will be determined by the actual rates achieved by Anglo American buying forward contracts for those currencies, during the two days preceding the announcement of the conversion rates, for delivery on the dividend payment date. Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 15 February 2013 and are included on the company's website www.angloamerican.com

18-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
The Company's Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2012 have been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism (NSM) which can be found at the following address: http://www.hemscott.com/nsm.do.
18-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
The following documents have been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism (NSM) (http://www.hemscott.com/nsm.do):

* the Company's Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2012; and

* the Notice of Annual General Meeting of the Company which will be held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE at 2.00 pm on Friday 19 April 2013.



Both documents can be found on our website as follows: http://www.angloamerican.com/investors/reports/2013rep.
20-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
American plc draws attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Limited, the text of which is set out below:

Anglo American Platinum employees return to work Anglo American Platinum Ltd (Anglo American Platinum) confirms that its Rustenburg, Union and Amandelbult mining operations have resumed following this morning?s return to work by employees. Employees at these mining operations embarked on an illegal work stoppage following an incident at Siphumelele Mine in Rustenburg on 18 February 2013 in which 15 employees sustained injuries. All 15 injured employees have received swift medical attention.



Anglo American Platinum is engaged in constructive discussions with the Department of Mineral Resources, the Chamber of Mines and organised labour in order to ensure a safe environment for employees across the platinum industry. Anglo American Platinum confirms that it has lost 3,886 ounces of platinum production as a result of this stoppage. Further updates will be provided as appropriate.
19-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo draws attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the text of which is set out below:



An incident occurred at the Siphumelele mine in the Rustenburg area, involving members of the Workers Committee and NUM shop stewards. Workers committee members are contesting NUM's legitimacy at the mine and demanding that NUM vacate its offices. The Company is currently in the process of validating union membership at Rustenburg and the mines north of the Pilanesburg.



A total of nine employees were injured when rubber bullets were fired by Anglo American Platinum security personnel. As they were attempting to evacuate the NUM shop stewards who were trapped in their offices, three security personnel sustained minor injuries during this incident. All 12 injured employees received medical attention for non-life threatening injuries. No one was fatally injured during this incident. Anglo American Platinum expresses its deep concern about this incident and appeals for its employees to remain calm and respect the Company's dispute resolution process.
15-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced a probable Ore Reserve totalling 1.45 billion Run of Mine (ROM) tonnes for the Serra do Sapo area of the Minas-Rio project in Brazil, equivalent to 685 Million tonnes of saleable product at an average grade of 67.5% Fe (iron) content.



This sizeable conversion from Mineral Resource to Ore Reserve follows Anglo's December 2011 declaration of a Mineral Resource totalling 5.77 billion tonnes for the entire Minas-Rio project, representing a more than four-fold increase in resources since acquisition.



The 2011 and 2012 Mineral Resource Statements for the entire Minas-Rio project (Serra do Sapo and Itapanhoacanga) are tabulated in the SENS note, along with the 2012 Ore Reserve statement for Serra do Sapo.



Anglo will continue to upgrade the confidence in the Compact Itabirite Indicated Mineral Resource through further drilling and will work to increase the Ore Reserves through conversion of these resources. Execution of this project remains subject to the normal regulatory processes of the Brazilian authorities.
15-Feb-2013
(C)
Group revenue dropped to USD28.8 billion (USD30.6 billion) whilst total profit from operations and associates plunged to USD138 million (USD10.6 billion). Loss attributable to equity holders was USD1.5 billion (profit of USD6.2 billion). Furthermore, headline earnings per share tumbled to USD95 cents per share (USD489 cents per share).



Dividend

The directors have recommended that a dividend of US53 cents per share for the year ended 31 December 2012.



Outlook

Economic indicators have improved over the last few months. In the US, the housing market is recovering, which is supporting a broad-based economic recovery. In China, infrastructure investment, exports and the real estate sector are boosting economic activity. While economic activity remains weak in Europe and Japan, there are encouraging signs that recent policy changes have mitigated downside risks and should stimulate a recovery in 2013.



In the medium term, most economies should return to more normal growth rates. In China and India, economic growth should remain robust as they benefit from continuing urbanisation, rising living standards and an expanding middle class, which should support demand for Anglo's products across its diversified mix.
12-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd's announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2012. Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. reported headline earnings of R12 198 million.



Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. of USD1 018 million for the year ended 31 December 2012, which takes into account certain adjustments.
07-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo draws attention to the announcement made by Collahuasi, its 44% owned copper mine in Chile. The translated text of that announcement is included below. Compa??a Minera Do?a In?s de Collahuasi SCM announces a significant increase to its Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves following its 2012 resources estimation process.



The new Measured, Indicated and Inferred Resource has increased by 1.4 billion tonnes to over 9 billion tonnes at an average grade of 0.81% copper and 0.02% of molybdenum. This represents a 19% increase on the previous estimate published in December 2011. Total contained copper metal has increased by 23% to around 73 million tonnes.



Ore Reserves have increased by 10% compared to the previous year, up 292 million tonnes to a total of 3.2 billion tonnes at an average grade of 0.81% copper. This new estimate is the result of new drill results, geological modelling updates, mining design optimisation and adjustments to metal price assumptions.
04-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd.'s announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2012. Anglo American Platinum Ltd. reported a headline loss of R1 468 million.



Anglo will report an underlying loss in respect of Anglo American Platinum Ltd. of USD225 million for the year ended 31 December 2012, which takes into account certain adjustments.



Anglo will report results for the year ended 31 December 2012 on 15 February 2013.
29-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
25-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Solid increases in production of export metallurgical coal, copper, export thermal coal from South Africa, iron ore from Kolomela and diamonds Export metallurgical coal production increased by 13% to 4.6 million tonnes, with a 5% increase in the coking coal share of product to 74% versus Q3 2012 Copper production(1) from Los Bronces increased by 31% with the mine?s expansion contributing 54,100 tonnes. Total copper production increased by 2% to 172,900 tonnes Export thermal coal production from South Africa increased by 5% to 4.7 million tonnes reflecting the ramp up of Zibulo and increased production of lower calorific coal. Cerrej?n achieved record production of 11.5 million tonnes in 2012 Diamond production increased by 24% to 8.1 million carats reflecting the resumption of mining operations at Jwaneng in September 2012 Kumba Iron Ore production decreased by 19% due to the illegal strike at Sishen mine.



This action and subsequent recovery time has resulted in a loss of production of around 5 million tonnes. Kolomela exceeded monthly design capacity and contributed 2.8 million tonnes for the quarter and 8.5 million tonnes for the year, significantly in excess of its ramp up schedule Equivalent refined platinum production decreased by 29% due to the illegal strike at the Rustenburg, Amandelbult and Union mines. 272,590 ounces of platinum production were lost during the quarter as a result of this action and subsequent ramp up Nickel production(2) decreased by 25% to 7,400 tonnes, largely due to the expiry of Loma de N?quel mining concessions in Venezuela in November 2012



This Production Report for the fourth quarter ended 31 December 2012 is unaudited. Preliminary Results for the full year to 31 December 2012 will be announced on 15 February 2013.
18-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo draws attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the text of which is set out below: Anglo American Platinum strengthening engagement with the Department of Mineral Resources Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum" or "the Company") held constructive discussions with the Department of Mineral Resources ("DMR") following the Company's announcement of its business review proposals on Tuesday 15 January 2013. The Minister of Mineral Resources, Ms Susan Shabangu, and the CEO of Anglo American Platinum, Chris Griffith, led the discussions.



Anglo American Platinum and the DMR have agreed to engage positively during the next 90 days to discuss the business review proposals and to determine how they can best work together to achieve their shared objective for the benefit of all stakeholders. This engagement will proceed in parallel with the consultation process that has already commenced under Section 189 of the Labour Relations Act. There will also be continuing discussions in relation to the economic challenges facing the platinum industry as a whole as part of the MIGDETT (Mining Industry Growth Development and Employment Task Team) process.
15-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc notes today's, 15 January 2013 announcement by Anglo American Platinum Ltd, its 79.8% owned subsidiary. Anglo American supports Anglo American Platinum's conclusions of the review of its business, announced in February 2012, and endorses the clearly defined proposed strategy to create a sustainable, competitive and profitable platinum business for the long term benefit of all its stakeholders.



Anglo American recognises the potential impact of these proposals on our people and their communities. We have designed a comprehensive social plan to ensure we make a positive difference in the Rustenburg and labour sending areas, creating at least the same number of new jobs as may be affected as part of the restructuring. A stable and competitive Anglo American Platinum will be on a sure footing to continue substantial investment in South Africa for the long term, enabling more secure employment for its 45,000 employees and delivering more sustainable returns.



14-Jan-2013
(Media Comment)
The Sunday Times Business Times reported that international investors wasted no time exerting pressure on Anglo CEO Mark Cutifani to reduce the group's exposure to South Africa. Bank of America Merrill Lynch said that a break-up of Anglo into non-African and South African entities could release value by removing the South African overhang from the miner's international assets. However Cutifani is said to be more likely to fix the South African operations than unbundle them. About 37% of Anglo's assets are in South Africa and the country generates roughly 50% of the group's operating profit.
08-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the appointment of Mark Cutifani as chief executive, with effect from 3 April 2013. Anglo's current chief executive, Cynthia Carroll, will step down from the board at the company's AGM in April 2013 and will leave Anglo at the end of that month.
08-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo and Lafarge announced the completion of their 50:50 joint venture which will combine their cement, aggregates, ready-mix concrete, asphalt and asphalt surfacing, maintenance services, and waste services businesses in the United Kingdom. The joint venture will be known as Lafarge Tarmac and begins trading on Tuesday, 8 January 2012.



Completion of the Lafarge Tarmac joint venture follows final clearance from the UK Competition Commission, predicated on the completed sale of a portfolio of Tarmac and Lafarge construction materials operations in the UK, which occurred today. The agreed sale of Tarmac's 50% ownership interest in Midland Quarry Products is subject to a right of pre-emption in favour of Hanson Quarry Products Europe Ltd. and, as a result, the completion of this transaction is pending. The Lafarge Tarmac combination is expected to generate synergies of GBP60 million through improving operational logistical and purchasing efficiencies and the introduction of value-added products across a wider geographic area
04-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Anglo announces the sale of its 70% interest in the Amap? iron ore operation in Brazil to Zamin Ferrous Ltd. ("Zamin"). The terms of the transaction are confidential and the transaction is subject to state regulatory approval.



Anglo has always maintained that it does not envisage holding its interest in Amap? over the long term and, in July 2012, reported that it had transferred responsibility for Amap? to its Other Mining and Industrial business unit and stated that it was exploring the possibility of divesting its interest. Anglo American has transformed the operational performance of Amap? since acquisition in 2008, increasing production from 1.2 Mt in 2008 to 4.8 Mt in 2011. The transaction is expected to complete in 2013.
20-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
12-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
11-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has reached a binding agreement to sell its 16.8% effective interest in Palabora Mining Company Ltd. ("Palabora") for ZAR893 million (approximately USD103 million). As stated previously, Anglo participated in the sale process led by Rio Tinto which holds a 57.7% effective interest in Palabora.



The purchaser is a consortium comprising South African and Chinese entities led by the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Ltd. and Hebei Iron - Steel Group, who are committed to the ongoing sustainable management of Palabora.



The sale is subject to customary regulatory approvals in South Africa and China which are expected to take four to six months. The purchase price is subject to customary adjustments upon closing.
26-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the completion on 23 November of the sale of Scaw South Africa (Pty) Ltd. ("Scaw South Africa") and related companies for a total consideration of R3.4 billion on a cash and debt free basis.
23-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo and Lafarge SA ("Lafarge") announced the appointments of their 50:50 UK joint venture's (the "Joint Venture" or "JV") Chairman, CEO and CFO. Jamie Pike is appointed as Non-Executive Chairman, Cyrille Ragoucy as CEO and Guy Young as CFO of the Joint Venture, which will combine Tarmac's and Lafarge's cement, aggregates, ready-mixed concrete, asphalt and asphalt surfacing and maintenance services, and waste services businesses in the United Kingdom. The appointments are subject to the completion of the JV and it is anticipated that the JV will commence operations in early 2013, once final clearance is received from the Competition Commission.



The Joint Venture creates a leading UK construction materials company, with a portfolio of high quality assets drawing on the complementary geographical distribution of operations and assets, the skills of two experienced management teams and a portfolio of well-known and innovative brands. The Joint Venture?s complementary geographical and product portfolios are also expected to create a business optimally positioned to benefit from economic recovery.
16-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo and Lafarge announced the sale of a portfolio of Tarmac and Lafarge construction materials operations in the UK to Mittal Investments generating cash of up to GBP285 million



Lafarge SA and Anglo American plc announce that they have agreed to sell a portfolio of Tarmac and Lafarge construction materials operations in the UK and Tarmac's 50% ownership interest in Midland Quarry Products Limited (MQP) to Mittal Investments, the private investment vehicle of the Lakshmi N. Mittal family. The consideration paid by Mittal Investments for the assets is GBP272 million including up to GBP30 million contingent on the performance of the underlying assets over the next three years. In addition, an estimated amount of GBP13 million, which relates to working capital of the divested assets not transferring with the business, will be released as funding to the 50:50 joint venture between Lafarge and Tarmac.



The sale of these assets is the principal condition to receiving final clearance from the Competition Commission for the formation of a 50:50 joint venture, which will combine Tarmac's and Lafarge's cement, aggregates, ready-mixed concrete, asphalt and asphalt surfacing and maintenance services, and waste services businesses in the United Kingdom (the "JV").



Completion of the JV is expected in early 2013 and once established, it will create a new, leading UK construction materials company, with a portfolio of high quality assets, drawing on the complementary geographical distribution of operations, the skills of two experienced management teams, and a portfolio of well-recognised, innovative brands. The transaction is a major step towards finalising this JV. A further announcement will be made in due course.
16-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Angloplat"), the text of which is set out below:



"Anglo American Platinum's staff return to work



Anglo American Platinum confirms that its Rustenburg, Union and Amandelbult employees have accepted the terms of the company's offer and have returned to work this morning. Management has put in place a reintegration programme, which will include Safe-Start training and medical examinations. As these operations have been idle for two months it is important to ensure that activities are carried out to ensure that working places are made safe. In the interests of the safety and health of our employees, these activities must be carried out before employees can be allowed to begin operations. Once operations have started safely, production ramp up will begin. It is therefore anticipated that there will be no production from these operations for the coming week.



The offer, which will be applied to all employees in the bargaining unit and will benefit approximately 48 000 employees, included the following elements:

*the reinstatement of all the dismissed Rustenburg employees;

*a once off allowance of R4500 (pre-tax) payable in two tranches: the first payment of R2000 hardship allowance to be paid two days after employees have returned to work; and the second payment of R2500 being a safe start-up allowance to be paid two weeks after employees have returned to work and have commenced actual work;

*a monthly allowance of R400 (pre-tax) which will be added to base salaries; and

*an undertaking by management to re-open wage negotiations early, recognising that any agreements reached would be implemented in July 2013 in order to maintain the wage negotiation cycle.



The illegal strike action began in mid-September 2012 and has had a significant financial impact on the company. To date, the company has lost 191 359 ounces of platinum production from own mines. Anglo American Platinum has repeatedly stated that the Rustenburg operations were under considerable economic pressure and the strike action was exacerbating that pressure and affecting the viability of these operations."
13-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
In its half-year financial report in July 2012, Anglo reported that, subject to resolving the existing licensing challenges facing the Minas-Rio project by the end of 2012 and not encountering additional unexpected interventions, first ore on ship was anticipated to be delayed to the second half of 2014.



Since July, work has continued to resolve the licensing challenges. These included three injunctions affecting construction activities at the beneficiation plant, as well as land access issues affecting the 525 km pipeline route.



Two of the three injunctions were satisfactorily removed during September 2012, enabling construction of the primary crusher and conveyor system at the mine site and pre-stripping work to resume. The third injunction, which affects the construction of the electricity transmission line, remains, despite the licence having been awarded in March 2012, and efforts to resolve the issue continue with the regulatory and governmental authorities. Work also continues to complete the land access programme for the pipeline.



Construction progress is on schedule in relation to the elements of the project programme that are unaffected by legal or land access constraints.



Anglo is carrying out a detailed cost review to assess the impact of the already announced delay and the other disruptive challenges faced by the project which include high cost inflation across the construction industry in Brazil. The review includes an independent external assessment commissioned by the board.



Anglo will provide further detailed information in relation to Minas-Rio when the cost review has been completed and the remaining challenges affecting the project timetable have been resolved. However, the current indications are that capital expenditure for the project is unlikely to be less than the USD8.0 billion upper end of the current range of analysts' expectations.
12-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
01-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo draws attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the text of which is set out below: Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum") is providing an update on the ongoing illegal industrial action around its Rustenburg, Union and Amandelbult mining operations. It has been seven weeks since the initial safety suspension and the subsequent illegal industrial action by employees.



Anglo American Platinum announced on 18 October that it had entered into discussions with its recognised unions, NUM, UASA and NUMSA, and the strike committee to explore options to facilitate the return to work of employees currently involved in illegal strike action. The status of the 12 000 dismissed Rustenburg employees formed part of these discussions, which did not include any wage negotiations.



As a result of these discussions, Anglo American Platinum announced on Monday 29 October its offer to facilitate the return to work of the Union and Amandelbult employees and to reinstate all 12 000 dismissed Rustenburg employees. The offer was strictly subject to all striking employees returning to work and doing actual work activities by no later than Tuesday 30 October 2012. Anglo American Platinum confirms that this offer has not yet been accepted by employees.



Disciplinary hearings for Amandelbult and Union Mine employees engaging in illegal strike action are already underway and the outcome will be announced in due course. The company currently does not have sufficient staff for safe operations in the affected areas and continues to carry out essential services only. Anglo American Platinum confirms that it is losing an average of 3 694 ounces of platinum per day and to date 141 640 ounces of platinum have been lost. Anglo American Platinum also notes the reports of 123 arrests made by SAPS since the illegal strike action and following the violence in the Rustenburg area and can confirm that 36 of those arrested are Anglo American Platinum employees.
29-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo draws attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum"). Further updates will be provided when appropriate.
26-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Cynthia Carroll has decided to step down as chief executive, with the board's agreement. Cynthia will remain in her post until a successor has been appointed and an appropriate transition has taken place. The process of recruiting Cynthia's successor will now commence and will be led by Sir John Parker, who will also actively support the transition when the new Chief Executive has been appointed. In addition to her executive role, Cynthia is the Chairman of Anglo American Platinum and of De Beers and she will also relinquish those roles when she steps down as Chief Executive of Anglo.
25-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo released its production report for the third quarter ended 30 September 2012. Highlights include:

* Solid operational performance with production increases across five of the seven commodities

* Kumba Iron Ore production increased by 14% to a record 12.5 million tonnes, driven by faster than planned ramp up of Kolomela mine. Kolomela is expected to produce at least 7 million tonnes in 2012

* Export metallurgical coal production increased by 12% to 4.5 million tonnes

* Export thermal coal production from South Africa increased by 10% to 4.6 million tonnes

* Copper production increased by 12% to 157 300 tonnes, reflecting the full ramp up of the Los Bronces expansion project

* Nickel production increased by 38% to 9 000 tonnes, with production from Barro Alto offsetting the lack of production from Loma de N?quel in Venezuela

* Refined platinum production of 649 000 ounces was flat, while equivalent refined platinum production decreased by 6% to 626 300 ounces. Production and costs were adversely impacted by illegal industrial action which caused production loss of 42 000 ounces of equivalent refined platinum in the quarter

* Diamond production decreased by 31% to 6.4 million carats, largely in response to market conditions and the Jwaneng slope failure

* On 16 August 2012, Anglo American completed the acquisition of a 40% shareholding in De Beers from CHL Holdings Ltd. for a cash consideration of USD5.2 billion

* On 24 August 2012, Anglo American completed the sale of a 25.4% shareholding in Anglo American Sur to a Codelco and Mitsui joint venture company for a cash consideration of USD2 billion

* During the quarter, Anglo American issued corporate bonds with a US dollar equivalent value of USD2.3 billion in the US and European markets.
16-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Kumba Iron Ore, the text of which is set out below:



Kumba Iron Ore Update

Kumba Iron Ore ("Kumba") announced that the illegal occupation of the company's Sishen Mine has been brought to an end by the police who removed the strikers in the early hours of the morning (Tuesday, 16 October 2012). The company has regained possession of all the heavy mining equipment which was held by the illegal strikers who occupied the mine since 3 October 2012. Any damage to equipment is being assessed and the company has plans in place to restore the mine to full production as soon as possible.



The majority of the illegal strikers ignored an ultimatum to leave the mine and report for disciplinary hearings by 11:00 on Monday, 15 October 2012 to explain why they should not be dismissed. As a result, those persons have been dismissed. Criminal charges of extortion, intimidation, theft, trespassing, malicious damage to property and contempt of court have been laid.



On Monday, 15 October 2012, the company served a Labour Court order on the illegal strikers, instructing them to immediately leave the mine, release the equipment they hold, and not come within 500m of the company's premises. The Court also instructed the SAPS to remove the illegal strikers should they not obey the order.



The company will provide further updates as appropriate.
12-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Platinum Ltd is providing an update on the ongoing illegal industrial action around its Rustenburg, Union and Amandelbult mining operations. It has been four weeks since the initial safety suspension and the subsequent industrial action by employees in the Rustenburg area. Despite the company?s repeated calls for employees to return to work, attendance levels have remained below 20%. Currently, most of the company?s mining and processing operations in the north of Rustenburg have insufficient staff to operate safely and continue to carry out essential services only.



On Friday 5 October, Anglo American Platinum announced that 12,000 of its striking employees in the Rustenburg area had been dismissed due to non-attendance and non- representation at the disciplinary hearings. These employees were given three days to appeal the decision and a subsequent extension was provided to enable employees who still wished to appeal, the opportunity to do so. The extension ends at the close of business today. Disciplinary hearings at Union Mine have now concluded and employees will be advised of the outcomes in due course. Employees at Amandelbult Mine (Tumela/Dishaba), who have been engaged in illegal strike action since Wednesday 3 October, have been making representations since Thursday 11 October, and in line with the process carried out at Rustenburg, employees will have the opportunity to appeal.



Anglo American Platinum confirms that as a result of the illegal industrial action of its employees and the initial safety suspension, total lost platinum production has amounted to 67,000 ounces, resulting in approximately R1.1 billion of lost revenue. The average loss of platinum production is 3,800 ounces per day. The ongoing illegal strike by Anglo American Platinum employees will adversely affect the company?s delivery obligations regarding the supply of Chrome ore and as a result force majeure notices have been issued to its chrome customers. The company?s ability to deliver Platinum Group Metals (PGMs) and base metals however remains unaffected at this stage.
08-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Kumba Iron Ore ("Kumba") confirmed that engagement is continuing with the less than 300 employees who embarked on an illegal strike on Wednesday, 3 October 2012, at the company's Sishen Mine in the Northern Cape. The strikers are demanding a monthly salary increase of R15 000 for all Kumba employees over and above what they are already earning. The company's engagement with the strikers is focused on encouraging them to leave the mine property, securing all mining equipment and to resume safe mining operations as soon as possible.



Production was suspended on Thursday, 4 October 2012, when the strikers blocked access to the pit, creating an unsafe environment for mining operations. The company is losing approximately 120 000 tonnes per day of finished product due to the illegal strike. However, Kumba currently estimates that it will have sufficient production from its other mines and stockpiles of finished product at Sishen Mine and Saldanha to continue supplying its customers until mid-October. The loading operations at Sishen Mine have also been affected by the illegal strike and therefore not all load-out stations are operating at full capacity.



The strikers are all permanent employees belonging to the company's recognised unions, but are acting on their own without union representation. Sishen Mine employs approximately 12 700 workers.



*Kumba concluded a two-year wage agreement with organised labour two months ago that makes provision for an increase of between 9% and 12% (total cost to company), which is well above the rate of inflation. Permanent staff below management level also benefit from Envision, an employee share scheme, that paid out R2.7 billion to 6 209 members at its first maturity date in December 2011. Each Envision scheme member who has been employed by the company since its market listing in 2006 received a pre-tax cash payout of approximately R570 000 at the time. Envision scheme members also receive dividends twice a year which amounted to R33 675 (pre-tax) per member in August 2012.



The company will provide further updates as appropriate.
05-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Angloplat"), the text of which is set out below:



Angloplat update

"Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum") is providing an update on the ongoing illegal industrial action around its Rustenburg mining operations. It has been three weeks since the initial safety suspension and the subsequent industrial action by employees in the Rustenburg area.



Despite the company's repeated calls for employees to return to work, we have continued to experience attendance levels of less than 20%. Currently four of the company's mining operations in the Rustenburg area have insufficient staff to operate and only essential services are being carried out at those mines.



Our Rustenburg concentrators, smelters and refineries and Bathopele Mine continue to operate normally.



Disciplinary hearings for striking Rustenburg mine employees have been completed and affected employees will be informed of the outcome of the hearings today. Those employees will have three working days to appeal the outcome. Approximately 12 000 striking employees chose not to make representations, nor attend the hearings, and have therefore been dismissed in their absence.



Anglo American Platinum also confirms that the company has begun to experience strike contagion at its Union and Amandelbult (Tumela and Dishaba) operations, where workers have presented memorandums of demands similar to those received in Rustenburg.



The Union and Amandelbult Mines, including Mortimer Smelter, are not in operation due to insufficient attendance.



Anglo American Platinum confirms that as a result of the illegal industrial action of its employees and the initial safety suspension, total lost platinum production has amounted to 39 000 ounces, resulting in approximately R700 million of lost revenue.



Chris Griffith, Anglo American Platinum CEO, says: "The Company is committed to participating in the Platinum centralised engagement structures driven by the Chamber of Mines, as well as exploring the possibility of bringing forward wage negotiations within our current agreements. Anglo American Platinum continues to work with the local authorities and other stakeholders to support the restoration of law and order to the affected areas."



Further updates will be provided when appropriate."
03-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum") is providing an update in respect to its Rustenburg operations, following the resumption of those operations on Tuesday 18 September 2012. The security situation in the Rustenburg area worsened during yesterday evening. As a result, Anglo American Platinum advised employees at its Rustenburg mining operations not to attend work on 3 October 2012. It is intended to resume operation on the day shift on 3 October 2012. Disciplinary action is continuing against employees who have been on strike, in accordance with Anglo American Platinum's previous announcements.



Separately, employees at Anglo American Platinum's Union Mine in Limpopo Province, to the northwest of Rustenburg, have today reported for work but have refused to go underground for their shifts and have presented a memorandum to the mine's management. The company has obtained an interdict against the employees and this action has been declared illegal and employees have been duly informed to return to work tomorrow morning. Anglo American Platinum's other operations all continue to operate normally. Further updates will be provided when appropriate.
01-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Angloplat"), the text of which is set out below:



"Anglo American Platinum update



Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum") is providing an update in respect to its Rustenburg operations, following the resumption of those operations on Tuesday 18 September 2012.



Anglo American Platinum is aware of increased tensions in the Rustenburg area over the weekend and is continuing to engage with the authorities with regard to providing an increased level of security in the affected areas, in order to provide further support for many of its striking employees who want to return to work.



The employee attendance rate at the company's Rustenburg mining operations remains below 20%, notwithstanding the great lengths to which the company has gone to encourage striking employees back to work. As previously stated, disciplinary action commenced on 27 September. Employees who are on strike have been informed that they must present themselves at disciplinary hearings, which will take place tomorrow, Tuesday 2 October, to make representations as to their non-attendance to avoid dismissal. The company will also be left with no alternative but to dismiss, in their absence, all employees who do not present themselves.



Further updates will be provided as appropriate."
28-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Pursuant to DTR 6.1.11, Anglo American Capital plc and Anglo announced that the USD notes issued by Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo listed below were issued on 27 September 2012 and have been admitted to listing on the Official List of the UK Listing Authority and to trading on the London Stock Exchange, a regulated market:

* USD50 000 000 2.625% Senior Notes due 2017; and

* USD600 000 000 4.125% Senior Notes due 2022.



The notes were sold in the United States to qualified institutional buyers in reliance on Rule 144A under the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the ?Securities Act?), and outside the United States to non-US persons in reliance on Regulation S under the Securities Act.
27-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo draws attention to an announcement issued by Amplats, the text of which is set out below: Anglo American Platinum commences disciplinary action against striking employees Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum") is providing an update in respect of its Rustenburg operations, following resumption of those operations on Tuesday 18 September 2012. Anglo American Platinum confirms the employee attendance rate at its Rustenburg mines remains below 20%, notwithstanding the company's repeated calls for striking employees to return to work. As indicated yesterday, disciplinary action against those employees participating in illegal strike action has commenced.
26-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc draws attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Limited, the text of which is set out below:

Anglo American Platinum to commence disciplinary action if employees do not return to work Anglo American Platinum Ltd (Anglo American Platinum) is providing an update in respect of its Rustenburg operations following resumption of those operations on Tuesday 18 September 2012.



Anglo American Platinum continues to experience a low turnout rate at its Rustenburg mines which are currently reporting less than 20% attendance. As announced on Wednesday 19 September, the current industrial action is illegal and Anglo American Platinum has given notice to its employees on several occasions that they are required to return to work and that legal avenues would be pursued if they failed to do so. Disciplinary action will be initiated on Thursday 27 September against those employees who persist in unlawful strike action.



Anglo American Platinum confirms that the volume of lost platinum production from its Rustenburg mining operations since 12 September 2012 has amounted to approximately 20,000 ounces. The hearing at the CCMA yesterday did not relate to the current illegal strike. The CCMA hearing related solely to the memorandum submitted in mid-July by approximately 300 employees from Khusuleka Mine. For the avoidance of doubt, all Rustenburg employees who are not reporting to work, including those at Khusuleka, are participating in an illegal strike.
25-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Memorandum has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:



Offering Memorandum dated 21 September 2012 (the "Offering Memorandum") relating to the USD750 000 000 2.625% Senior Notes due 2017 and the USD600 000 000 4.125% Senior Notes due 2022 of Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo.



To view the Offering Memorandum, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser:



http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/9567M_-2012-9-24.pdf



A copy of the Offering Memorandum has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available at www.hemscott.com/nsm.do.
20-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo Platinum Ltd., the text of which is set out below:



"Anglo American Platinum update

Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum") is providing an update in respect of its Rustenburg operations following resumption of those operations on Tuesday 18 September 2012.



As announced on Wednesday 19 September, the current industrial action is illegal and Anglo American Platinum has given notice to its employees that they are required to return to work by Thursday 20 September 2012's night shift.



All the company's Rustenburg Process Operations and the Bathopele mine have resumed full production. The company continues to be disappointed with the low turnout rate at four of its Rustenburg mines which are currently reporting less than 20% attendance.



The increase in police visibility and action has created an environment conducive for our employees to return to work and isolated incidents of intimidation and violence are being dealt with. As already stated, our employees have until night shift today, 20 September 2012, to return to work failing which legal avenues will be pursued.



Anglo American Platinum?s Rustenburg mining operations are already under considerable economic pressure and this illegal industrial action is making these operations even less viable. We continue to monitor the situation closely and will provide further information as appropriate."
20-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the text of which is set out below:



Anglo American Platinum Update



Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum") is providing an update in respect of its Rustenburg operations following resumption of those operations on Tuesday, 18 September 2012.



The increase in police visibility and action has created an environment conducive for our employees to return to work and isolated incidents of intimidation and violence are being dealt with. The safety and security of our employees is of paramount importance to Anglo American Platinum and we continue to urge employees to continue using formal and recognised engagement structures in place to address any concerns.



Anglo American Platinum urged its employees to return to work by no later than today. Given the authorities' assessment that it is safe to go to work, the company is now left with no alternative but to declare those who have not returned to work to be participating in illegal industrial action in violation of a court order dated 12 September 2012, which declared the current actions to be illegal.



In order to achieve full resumption of all the mining operations as soon as possible, Anglo American Platinum has communicated to its employees the requirement to return to work by the night shift on Thursday, 20 September, failing which legal avenues will be pursued. Anglo American Platinum's Rustenburg mining operations are already under considerable economic pressure, any further delays in returning to work will only increase the risk to the long-term viability of these mines.



We continue to monitor the situation closely and will provide further information as appropriate.
18-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Anglo American Platinum") confirms that all of its Rustenburg operations have resumed, effective from the morning shift on Tuesday, 18 September 2012. On Sunday the company confirmed that it was safe for employees to return to work and that remains the case. Anglo American Platinum's Rustenburg smelting and other process operations are already operating at normal levels; however, many mining employees are still to return to work.



Given the current extraordinary circumstances, the company is making every effort to reassure employees that it is safe to return to work and is actively assisting and encouraging them to do so. In order to achieve full resumption of the operations as soon as possible, Anglo American Platinum is urging that all its employees return to work for their next shift and by no later than Wednesday, 19 September 2012. Beyond this date, the company will have to initiate appropriate employee relations procedures for those employees who choose not to return to work. Anglo American Platinum's Rustenburg mining operations are already under considerable economic pressure and any further delays in returning to work will only increase the risk to the long-term viability of these mines.
17-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the text of which is set out below:



Anglo American Platinum update - Rustenburg operations to resume on Tuesday

Anglo American Platinum Ltd. (''Anglo American Platinum'') provided an update on the suspension of Rustenburg Operations announced on 12 September 2012. The company took the swift decision to suspend operations in the Rustenburg area to protect the safety and security of its employees until such time as operations could be safely resumed.



The situation in Rustenburg remains calm and our current intention is to resume operations on Tuesday morning, 18 September, which will provide time for the government to implement further security measures. As the company expects it will be possible for its employees to return to work safely on Tuesday, the paid suspension period will end on Monday evening.



Anglo American Platinum continues to monitor the situation closely and the safety of its employees remains a priority. Further updates will be provided as appropriate.
14-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the completion of its onward sale of a 4.1% shareholding in Anglo American Sur (''AA Sur'') to a Corporaci?n Nacional del Cobre de Chile (''Codelco'') and Mitsui - Co., Ltd. (''Mitsui'') joint venture company controlled by Codelco (''the Codelco/Mitsui joint venture'') following clearance of the transaction by competition authorities in Brazil.



Under the terms of the 23 August 2012 agreement, Anglo has completed the onward sale of 4.1% of the shares in AA Sur for a cash consideration of approximately USD890 million.
13-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Platinum Ltd. (''Anglo American Platinum'') provided an update following yesterday's announcement that the company has suspended its Rustenburg platinum operations, to protect the safety of its employees.



Anglo American Platinum confirmed that a number of its employees joined others at a gathering today in the Bleskop stadium in Rustenburg and that the gathering is now dispersing. During today, 13 September 2012, Anglo American Platinum's management team in Rustenburg has received a memorandum from a small group of its employees. The memorandum is the same as the one received in mid-July at Thembelani and Khuseleka mines. Approximately 300 Khuseleka employees presented that memorandum to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) two weeks ago and a hearing is scheduled for 25 September.



Anglo American Platinum continues to monitor closely the situation across all of its Rustenburg operations with a focus on ensuring the continued safety of people and will provide further updates as appropriate.
12-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc draws attention to an announcement issued by Anglo American Platinum Ltd today, the text of which is set out below:



Anglo American Platinum announces suspension of Rustenburg operations to protect safety of its employees Anglo American Platinum announces the suspension of its Rustenburg platinum operations in order to protect the safety and security of its employees from outside intimidation. Our objective is to safely return to production as soon as possible. Our Rustenburg operations are already under considerable economic pressure and the longer it is necessary to continue this suspension, the greater the risk to their long-term viability.

04-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
The following Supplementary Offering Circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:

Supplementary Offering Circular dated 4 September 2012 (the "Supplementary Offering Circular") to the Offering Circular dated 19 March 2012, as supplemented by a supplementary offering circular dated 13 August 2012 (the "Offering Circular") relating to the USD10 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo and Anglo American Capital plc.
30-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 27 July 2012, the equivalent of the dividend in Sterling is GBP20.2740 pence per share and in Euros is EUR25.4957 cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GPB0.63356 and USD1 = EUR0.79674. As announced on 27 July 2012, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R2.6889 per ordinary share. Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 27 July 2012 and are included on the company's website www.angloamerican.com.
27-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the completion of its sales of a 25.4% shareholding in Anglo American Sur ("AA Sur") to a Corporaci?n Nacional del Cobre de Chile ("Codelco") and Mitsui - Co. Ltd. ("Mitsui") joint venture company controlled by Codelco ("the Codelco/Mitsui joint venture") following the lifting of the injunction by the 14th Civil Court of Santiago. Under the terms of the 23 August 2012 agreement, Anglo's sale of 25.4% of the shares in AA Sur has been completed via the following two transactions:

* the Codelco/Mitsui joint venture has paid a net cash consideration of USD1.7 billion for a 24.5% shareholding in AA Sur, representing a consideration of USD1.8 billion, adjusted for dividends paid in relation to the shareholding since 1 January 2012; and

* the Codelco/Mitsui joint venture has paid a cash consideration of approximately USD210 million to Anglo American for a 0.9% shareholding in AA Sur.



Under the terms of the agreement announced on 23 August 2012, Anglo American has also completed the acquisition from Mitsubishi of a 4.1% shareholding in AA Sur for a cash consideration of approximately USD890 million and has agreed to on sell that shareholding to the Codelco/Mitsui joint venture upon clearance from the competition authorities in Brazil.
23-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
16-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the completion of its acquisition of a 40% shareholding in De Beers from CHL (representing the Oppenheimer family interests), thereby increasing Anglo American's shareholding in De Beers to 85%.



Under the terms of the November 2011 agreement between Anglo American and CHL, Anglo American has paid a total cash consideration of USD5.2 billion, comprising the agreed purchase price of USD5.1 billion and a number of adjustments as provided for under the agreement.
08-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
The following document has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism (NSM) (http://www.hemscott.com/nsm.do) :

*the company's Half Year Financial Report 2012

which can be found on the company's website as follows: http://www.angloamerican.com/
/media/Files/A/Anglo-American- Plc/media/releases/2012pr/interim-results-2012.pdf
31-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo notes the announcement made by the Government of the Republic of Botswana ("GRB") in relation to its decision not to take up its pre-emptive rights to acquire an additional shareholding in De Beers. Under the terms of the Shareholders' Agreement between Anglo, CHL (representing the Oppenheimer family interests) and the GRB, the GRB had pre-emption rights in respect of CHL's interest in De Beers, enabling it to increase its interest in De Beers, on a pro rata basis, to 25%. On 26 July, a formal pre-emption offer was served by CHL on Anglo and the GRB in accordance with the terms of the Shareholders' Agreement.



As a result of the GRB's decision, Anglo will acquire an incremental 40% interest in De Beers for a total cash consideration of USD5.1 billion, subject to adjustment as provided for in its agreement with CHL, taking its total interest to 85%. Anglo American expects the transaction to complete during September 2012, unless an earlier date can be agreed.
27-Jul-2012
(C)
Group revenue for the interim period ended 30 June 2012 lowered to USD13.7 billion (2011: USD15.2 billion), total profit from operations halved to USD3.1 billion (2011: USD6.5 billion), while equity attributable to shareholders of the company dived to USD1.2 billion (2011: USD4 billion). Furthermore, headline earnings per share dropped to USD115 cps (2011: USD296 cps).



Dividend

The company declared an interim dividend of USD32 cps.



Outlook

The short term outlook for the world economy has deteriorated in recent months. The eurozone crisis has intensified, adding to economic uncertainty both inside and outside the euro zone. After a promising start to the year, the US economy has weakened in response to greater fiscal uncertainty. The major emerging economies notably China, India and Brazil have also slowed. Significant policy easing, however, should underpin a recovery.



Anglo continues to see more sustainable growth in the medium to longer term despite significant volatility in the short term. The rapid 'catch-up' in living standards, notably in China and India, combined with a medium term need for infrastructure replacement in the developed countries, presents an attractive proposition for the early cycle commodities. Over time the considerable scope for an expanding middle class in many emerging economies should boost consumption, which positions Anglo well due to its late cycle exposure through platinum and diamonds. Long term prices for Anglo's products are expected to be supported by widespread supply constraints and the challenges producers face in bringing new supply into production, leading to increasing capital intensity and tight market fundamentals. In addition, economic uncertainty is likely to lead to a reduction in capital investment further restraining future supply.
25-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Dr Mamphela Ramphele, a non-executive director, has requested to step down from the board with effect from 25 July 2012 in order to concentrate her efforts on her educational and societal interests.
24-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo has agreed to acquire a 58.9% interest in the Revubo? metallurgical coal project in Mozambique ("the Revubo? project") from the Talbot Estate for a total cash consideration of AUD540 million (approximately US555 million) ("the transaction"). The Revubo? project is a joint venture partnership and includes Nippon Steel Corporation (33.3% interest), and POSCO (7.8% interest).



The Revubo? project has a reported JORC resource of 1.4 billion tonnes of hard coking and thermal coal suitable for open cut mining, with the potential to support the export of six to nine million tonnes per annum on a 100% basis. The transaction is subject to a number of conditions and is expected to be completed during the third quarter of 2012.
20-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Successful project execution and asset optimisation delivered volume growth in iron ore, metallurgical coal, export thermal coal, copper and nickel. Growth projects delivered in 2011 continue to ramp up well, with Los Bronces expansion achieving 92% of nameplate capacity during the quarter Iron ore production increased by 12% to 12.9 million tonnes due to the ramp-up of the Kolomela mine and production improvements at Amapa Should current production levels be sustained at Kolomela mine, it ought to produce at least 6 million tonnes in 2012, and reach 9 Mtpa design capacity in 2013 Metallurgical Coal achieved a quarterly production record, with export metallurgical coal production increasing by 23% to 4.8 million tonnes, benefiting from productivity improvements



Export thermal coal production from Colombia increased by 22% to 3.1 million tonnes, achieving a quarterly production record. Export thermal coal production from South Africa increased by 7% to 4.2 million tonnes due to the ramp-up of Zibulo Copper production increased by 7% to 161 100 tonnes. Strong ramp-up of the Los Bronces expansion was offset by lower grades, lower recoveries and adverse weather Nickel production increased by 65% to 10 900 tonnes as production from Barro Alto continued to ramp up Platinum equivalent refined production was flat at 583 600 ounces. Refined production was 623 000 ounces, 3% less, due to the slower than expected ramp-up of the converter plant following the planned maintenance Diamond production decreased by 11% to 7.2 million carats largely in response to market conditions; while focusing on planned maintenance and waste stripping Interim Results for the half year to 30 June 2012 will be announced on 27 July 2012.
20-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to the De Beers Societe Anonyme ("De Beers") announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2012. De Beers reported underlying earnings of USD385 million.



Anglo arrives at its underlying earnings in respect of De Beers by accounting for the interests arising from the ordinary shares it holds. Anglo will therefore report underlying earnings of USD176 million from its investment in De Beers. Anglo will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2012 on 27 July 2012.
19-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced a number of executive management changes across its South Africa based businesses following Neville Nicolau's decision to resign as CEO of Anglo American's platinum business to pursue other interests. The following changes are effective from 1 September 2012:



Platinum

The board of Anglo American Platinum Ltd. ("Amplats") has appointed Chris Griffith as the company's new CEO. Mr Griffith has been CEO of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. ("Kumba") since 2008. Prior to joining Kumba, he worked at Amplats for 18 years, reaching the position of Head of Joint Venture Operations. In the interim period until 1 September 2012, Bongani Nqwababa, CFO of Amplats, will fulfil the role of CEO of that business.



Kumba Iron Ore

The board of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd. ("Kumba") has appointed Norman Mbazima as the company's new CEO. Mr Mbazima has been CEO of Anglo's Thermal Coal business since 2009.



Thermal Coal

Anglo has appointed Godfrey Gomwe as CEO of its Thermal Coal business.



Anglo American South Africa

Anglo American has appointed Khanyisile Kweyama as executive director of Anglo American South Africa, working together with the CEOs of the South Africa based businesses to deliver the group's strategy in the region.
13-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo - Codelco have agreed to a further extension of the period for exploring the possibility of negotiating an agreement in relation to Anglo American Sur. To that end, both parties have requested the continued suspension of their legal proceedings on Thursday 12 July at the 14th Civil Court of Santiago until 24 August 2012 to allow talks to continue.
06-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has received consent from the South African Minister of Mineral Resources to acquire the Oppenheimer family's 40% stake in De Beers. The consent is the final approval required for this transaction to proceed. Now that all the conditions to the transaction have been satisfied, a formal pre-emption offer will be served by CHL Holdings Ltd. (representing the Oppenheimer family interests) ("CHL") on Anglo and the Government of the Republic of Botswana ("GRB") under the terms of the De Beers Shareholders' Agreement.



The GRB has a pre-emption right in respect of the De Beers interests to be sold by CHL, and its affiliates, enabling it to participate in the transaction and increase its interest in De Beers, on a pro rata basis, to up to 25%. Anglo announced in November 2011 the agreement with CHL for Anglo to acquire an incremental interest in De Beers, increasing Anglo American's current 45% shareholding in the world's leading diamond company to up to 85%, for a total cash consideration of USD5.1 billion, subject to adjustment as provided for in the agreement. In January 2012, the transaction was approved by Anglo shareholders voting 99.94% in favour.



In the event that the GRB exercises its pre-emption rights in full, Anglo will acquire an incremental 30% interest in De Beers, taking its total interest to 75%, and the consideration payable by Anglo American would be reduced proportionately. Anglo expects the transaction to close in the second half of 2012, in line with the previously stated timeline.
25-Jun-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo and Codelco agreed to extend the period for exploring the possibility of negotiating an agreement in relation to Anglo American Sur. To that end, both parties have requested the continued suspension of their legal proceedings on Friday 22 June at the 14th Civil Court of Santiago until Tuesday 17 July 2012 to allow talks to continue.
15-Jun-2012
(Media Comment)
Anglo was "involved in" the Minas de Revuboe "process," the head of Anglo's metallurgical coal unit, Seamus French, confirmed to Business Report. The Sunday Times had previously reported that Anglo was named as the preferred bidder for a 59% stake in Mozambican coal mining firm, Minas de Revuboe, owned by Australia's Talbot Group.
22-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that as part of the court's conciliation proceeding in Chile, to which the judge of the 14th Civil Court of Santiago has summoned Anglo and Codelco ("the parties") on 22 May, the parties have agreed to explore the possibility of negotiating an agreement in relation to Anglo American Sur. Should this prove successful, it will enable the parties to overcome their current legal dispute. To that end and in the interests of compliance with the conciliation proceeding to which they have been summoned, the parties have together requested the suspension of their legal proceedings at the 14th Civil Court of Santiago until Friday 22 June 2012.
15-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the appointment to its board of Anne Stevens as a non-executive director, with immediate effect.
24-Apr-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc ("Anglo American") announced the final stage of the USD1.4 billion Scaw Metals Group ("Scaw") divestment with the sale of Scaw South Africa (Pty) Ltd. ("Scaw South Africa"), a leading South Africa based integrated steel maker, to an investment consortium led by the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa ("IDC") and Anglo American's partners in Scaw South Africa (Pty) Ltd, being Izingwe Holdings (Pty) Ltd, Shanduka Resources (Pty) Ltd and the Southern Palace Group of Companies (Pty) Ltd (collectively "the Consortium"), for a total consideration of R3.4 billion (USD440 million) on a debt and cash free basis. This transaction follows the sale of Scaw's international businesses, Moly-Cop and AltaSteel, to Onesteel in December 2010 for a total consideration of USD932 million on a debt and cash free basis. In aggregate, the total consideration achieved from the sale of all Scaw's businesses has amounted to USD1.4 billion on a debt and cash free basis.
20-Apr-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majorities at the company's annual general meeting held at The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG at 2.30pm on Thursday 19 April 2012.
19-Apr-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo released its interim management statement for the first quarter ended 31 March 2012. Highlights include:

* All three strategic growth projects delivered in 2011 are ramping up well, achieving between 74% and 86% of nameplate capacity during the quarter

* Iron ore production increased by 17% to 11.7 million tonnes mainly due to the ramp-up of production from Kolomela mine and a continued improvement in performance at Amapa. Kolomela mine is expected to produce between four and five million tonnes in 2012, ramping up to nine Mtpa capacity in 2013, on schedule

* Metallurgical Coal's production of export metallurgical coal increased by 73% to 3.7 million tonnes following the Q1 2011 floods in Australia and decreased by 8% compared to Q4 2011 due to wet weather

* Export thermal coal production from South Africa and Colombia increased by 6% to 8.2 million tonnes

* Copper production increased by 21% to 168 400 tonnes, and was in line with Q4 2011, due to the continued ramp-up of the Los Bronces expansion and higher ore grades at El Soldado, partly offset by expected lower grades and weather related and other operational issues at Collahuasi

* Nickel production from the Nickel business unit increased by 97% to 12 000 tonnes, and by 21% compared to Q4 2011, as the Barro Alto operation continues to ramp up

* Platinum equivalent refined production increased by 5% to 593 200 ounces, mainly due to a lower number of safety stoppages, a strong performance from the Mogalakwena open pit mine and ramp-up of the Unki mine. Refined platinum production declined by 24% to 402 800 ounces, due to planned converter plant maintenance

* Diamond production decreased by 16% to 6.2 million carats, and by 4% compared to Q4 2011, mainly reflecting De Beers' continued scheduled maintenance and waste stripping activities

* During the quarter, the group issued USD1.9 billion in corporate bonds with maturities ranging from five to ten years. On 23 March, Anglo American gave notice that it had exercised its right to redeem the USD1.7 billion 4.00% convertible bonds due 2014 on 22 May 2012. These bonds may still be converted to equity at any time up to 15 May 2012

* De Beers acquisition received all competition approvals; completion on track for H2 2012.



Interim results for the six months to 30 June 2012 will be announced on 27 July 2012.
13-Apr-2012
(Official Notice)
On 17 February 2012, the company announced that on 26 April 2012 it would pay a cash dividend of USD0.46 per ordinary share. In accordance with the terms and conditions of the bonds (the "conditions"), condition five(b)(iii) requires an adjustment to be made to the conversion price if the issuer shall pay or make any dividend to the shareholders, provided that such adjustment (rounded down if applicable) would be equal to, or more than, 1 per cent of the conversion price then in effect. The previous conversion price was GBP18.36. With effect from (and including) 13 April 2012, being the first date upon which the fair market value of the relevant dividend was capable of being determined, the conversion price has been adjusted to GBP18.02.
12-Apr-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo notes that, since the announcement of a recommended final dividend on 17 February 2012, the new dividend tax has been introduced in South Africa and the JSE listing requirements were amended with effect from 1 April 2012 to require the disclosure of additional information in relation to the dividend payment. The purpose of this announcement is to provide that additional information.



Dividend tax will be withheld from the amount of the gross final dividend of R3.5998 per ordinary share paid to South African shareholders at the rate of 15% unless a shareholder qualifies for an exemption. After the dividend tax has been withheld, the net dividend will be R3.0598300 per ordinary share. Anglo had a total of 1 327 527 156 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares, at the dividend record date of 30 March 2012. In South Africa the final dividend will, assuming approval by shareholders at the Anglo annual general meeting to be held on 19 April 2012, be distributed by Anglo South Africa Capital (Pty) Ltd., a South African company with tax registration number 9273/364/845, in terms of the company's dividend access share arrangements. No secondary tax on companies (STC) credits will be used for the payment of the final dividend.
03-Apr-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo American Capital plc and Anglo American plc announce that the USD notes issued by Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo American plc listed below were issued on 2 April 2012 and have been admitted to listing on the Official List of the U.K. Listing Authority and to trading on the London Stock Exchange, a regulated market. USD600 000 000 2.625% Senior Notes Due 2017 The notes were sold in the United States to qualified institutional buyers in reliance on Rule 144A of the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), and outside the United States to non-US persons in reliance on Regulation S under the Securities Act. The notes listed above have not been, and will not be, registered under the Securities Act, or under the securities legislation of any state of the United States, and may not be offered or sold in the United States, other than pursuant to an exemption from, or in a transaction not subject to, the registration requirements of the Securities Act. The issuer of the notes does not presently intend to make a public offer of securities in the United States or to register any securities under the Securities Act.
23-Mar-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo ("The Issuer") gave irrevocable notice (an "Optional Redemption Notice") that:

* the Volume Weighted Average Price of the Ordinary Shares in the capital of the Issuer as derived from the London Stock Exchange plc for 20 dealing days within the 30 consecutive dealing day period ended on 16 March 2012 was at least 130 per cent of the Conversion Price in effect (or deemed to be in effect) on each such dealing day, and accordingly;

* the Issuer will on 22 May 2012 (the "Optional Redemption Date") redeem all of the Bonds outstanding on such date at their principal amount together with USD166.67 in accrued but unpaid interest per USD100,000 in principal amount per Bond up to but excluding the Optional Redemption Date.



Bondholders are reminded that the Conversion Right in respect of each Bond may be exercised at the option of the relevant Bondholder at any time up to the close of business (at the place where the relevant Bond is delivered for conversion) on 15 May 2012. The current Conversion Price of the Bonds is GBP18.36 per Ordinary Share and the closing price of the Ordinary Shares on 21 March 2012 was GBP25.03 per Ordinary Share. The aggregate principal amount of the Bonds outstanding on 21 March 2012 was USD1 699 200 000.
19-Mar-2012
(Official Notice)
The company's annual report and accounts for the year ended 31 December 2011 have been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism (NSM) which can be found at the following address: http://www.hemscott.com/nsm.do
19-Mar-2012
(Official Notice)
The following documents have been submitted to the national storage mechanism (NSM) (http://www.hemscott.com/nsm.do):

* the company's annual report and accounts for the year ended 31 December 2011; and

* the notice of annual general meeting of the company which will be held at The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG at 2.30 pm on Thursday 19 April 2012;

* which can both be found on our website as follows: http://www.angloamerican.com/investors/reports/2012rep.
20-Feb-2012
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, Anglo American would conduct a review of its majority-owned subsidiary, Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), Anglo CE Cynthia Carroll said on Friday, as the market speculated about a possible exit from an operation that has been hard hit by safety stoppages and lost output. Anglo holds 80% of Amplats, the world's largest platinum producer, and for years the question has been asked when it will buy out minorities to take full control of the business. That view has now swung to the other end of the spectrum, with the Financial Times reporting on market talk that Anglo could spin off the business. On Friday, Ms Carroll said the platinum business was not matching the production, productivity and safety levels of earlier years, and returns had been declining in recent years, an unacceptable development for Anglo in the medium and longer term. "As a result, we are embarking on a review to assess the optimal configuration of the platinum portfolio, "Ms Carroll said at a results presentation. "We will do this with a single purpose in mind: Maximising shareholder value and returns through the cycle." Ms Carroll chairs the Amplats board. We have also made clear that we are prepared to take the tough decisions where assets are not delivering acceptable returns," she said. On a media call, when asked about talk of Anglo selling the business, she said the review would look at "the size and shape of the platinum business and how we can fundamentally shift it and return it to the sort of returns we had in 2008". "We will look at where we should be targeting and focusing our efforts. Where we are getting the best efficiencies, how much we should be recycling, and how much we should be driving the downstream business.
17-Feb-2012
(C)
Group revenue rose to USD30.6 billion (USD28 billion) and earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) reached a record high of USD13.3 billion (USD12 billion). Profit for the year attributable to ordinary shareholders of the company fell marginally to USD6.2 billion (USD6.5 billion), while headline earnings per share improved to USD4.89cps (USD4.27cps).



Dividend

Anglo American's dividend policy will provide a base dividend that will be maintained or increased through the cycle. The group has maintained this policy and recommended a final dividend of USD46cps, giving a total dividend for the year of USD74cps, subject to shareholder approval at the annual general meeting to be held on 19 April 2012



Outlook

Despite short term uncertainty persisting in the global economy, particularly in Europe, the longer term outlook for Anglo American's diversified mix of commodities remains strong. Sustained growth in the emerging economies should underpin robust demand for commodities, albeit with a degree of short term volatility, while the signs of economic recovery and stimulus in the US should provide a further fillip. Rapid 'catch-up' in living standards, notably in China and India, combined with a medium term need for infrastructure replacement in the developed countries, present an attractive proposition for the early cycle commodities. Over time the considerable scope for an expanding middle class in many emerging economies should boost consumption, which positions Anglo American well due to its breadth of unique mid to late cycle exposure from copper and nickel to platinum and diamonds. Prices for Anglo American's commodities are expected to be robust as widespread supply constraints and the challenges producers face in bringing new supply into production will lead to increasing capital intensity and tight market fundamentals. Costs are likely to continue to be affected by strong producer currencies and increasing prices for key inputs.
13-Feb-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo wished to draw attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd's ("Amplats") announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2011. Amplats reported headline earnings of R3.566 million. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Amplats of USD410 million for the year ended 31 December 2011, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo will report results for the year ended 31 December 2011 on 17 February 2012.
10-Feb-2012
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wishes to draw attention to the De Beers Societe Anonyme ("De Beers") announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2011. De Beers reported Underlying earnings of USD968 million. Anglo American plc ("Anglo American") arrives at its underlying earnings in respect of De Beers by accounting for the interests arising from the ordinary shares it holds. Anglo American will therefore report underlying earnings of USd443 million for the year ended 31 December 2011 from its investment in De Beers, as reconciled in the table below:

*De Beers Underlying earnings (100%) -- 2011: USD968 million (2010: USD598 million)

*Difference in IAS 19 accounting policy -- 2011: USD17 million (2010: USD53 million)

*De Beers underlying earnings - Anglo -- 2011: USD985 million (2010: USD651 million)



Anglo American will report results for the year ended 31 December 2011 on 17 February 2012. The above figures are unaudited.



Underlying earnings

Underlying earnings is net profit attributable to equity shareholders, adjusted to remove special items and remeasurements, and any related tax and non- controlling interests. Special items are those items of financial performance that the Group believes should be excluded from underlying financial performance. Operating special items include impairment charges and reversals and other exceptional items, including restructuring costs. Non-operating special items include profits and losses on disposals of investments and businesses as well as certain adjustments relating to business combinations. Remeasurements include adjustments to ensure that the unrealised gains or losses on non-hedge derivative instruments are recorded in underlying earnings in the same period as the underlying transaction against which these instruments provide an economic, but not formally designated, hedge as well as foreign exchange impact arising in US dollar functional currency entities on deferred tax balances.
03-Feb-2012
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that news of Glencore's and Xstrata's talks to create the world's largest commodities company sparked a rally in Anglo's shares on Thursday, 2 February 2012, reigniting speculation that the merged outfit might launch a new takeover bid for the global miner. Shares in Anglo were up 3.4% to R340.63 on the takeover speculation. However, a renewed takeover attempt by a combined Glencore and Xstrata, which is only probable in the distant future, is likely to face renewed resistance from Anglo and problems with global competition authorities.
07-Dec-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo American has approved the USD1.7 billion Grosvenor project in Queensland as it seeks to triple Australian output. Grosvenor, south of the company's Moranbah North mine, will produce 5 million tons a year and a study is under way for an expansion. Anglo American plans to spend USD85 billion in the next decade raising output of coal, copper, iron ore, and other metals and minerals needed in fast-expanding Asian economies. Under the proposals, it will seek to boost Australian production threefold by 2020.
07-Dec-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announces the appointment of Paulo Castellari as CEO of its Iron Ore Brazil business from 1 January 2012.
06-Dec-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced board approval of its 5 million tonne per annum (Mtpa) Grosvenor metallurgical coal project in the Bowen Basin of Queensland, Australia. The greenfield Grosvenor project is situated immediately to the south of Anglo American's Moranbah North metallurgical coal mine and is expected to produce 5 Mtpa of metallurgical coal from its underground longwall operation over a projected life of 26 years. Capital expenditure for the Grosvenor project is forecast at USD1.7 billion on a nominal basis, representing a highly competitive capital intensity ratio for the project.



The Grosvenor project is 100% owned by Anglo and forms a major part of the group's strategy of tripling production of metallurgical coal from its Australian assets by 2020 using a standard longwall and coal handling and preparation plant (CHPP) design model. In its first phase of development, Grosvenor will consist of a single new underground longwall mine, targeting the same well understood Goonyella Middle coal seam as Moranbah North, and will process its coal through the existing Moranbah North CHPP and train loading facilities. A pre-feasibility study for expansion by adding a second longwall at Grosvenor is under way.

Grosvenor is expected to benefit from operating costs in the lower half of the cost curve. Synergies are also expected from the integration of Grosvenor with Moranbah North, including from blending and yield improvement, while a continued focus on improving longwall productivity to 100 cutting hours per week across the business` underground operations will deliver further value.



First development coal from Grosvenor is expected in 2013 and the commissioning of the longwall in 2016. Such project timings are contingent upon the receipt of the appropriate licences and permits. Grosvenor has received approval of its Environmental Impact Statement, the project's Environmental Authority is in train and the key Mining Lease is anticipated in Q1 2012.
05-Jun-2007
(Permanent)
A 91:100 share consolidation took place on 2 July 2007, historical figures have been adjusted.
05-Dec-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that, further to its announcement dated 4 November 2011, a general meeting will be held on Friday, 6 January 2012 at 11.00am at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE, at which approval will be sought from Anglo's shareholders for the proposed acquisition of a further interest of up to 40% in DB Investments and De Beers sa ("De Beers") from CHL Holdings Ltd ("CHL") and Centhold International Ltd ("CIL"), potentially increasing Anglo's interest in De Beers to up to 85%.



A circular to Anglo's shareholders in respect of the related party transaction, with a notice of general meeting (which is incorporated into the circular), has been published and is available on the website at www.angloamerican.com. A copy of the above circular has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at http://www.hemscott.com/nsm.do.
28-Nov-2011
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, Anglo American has begun early stage studies into about a dozen options to raise planned production to 80-million tons a year at its Minas Rio iron ore project in Brazil, where it is developing a mine that will make its first deliveries in the second half 2013. Anglo bought the project for about USD5.5 billion in a two-stage deal that was wrapped up in August 2008, shortly before the bottom fell out of the commodities markets with the onset of the global financial crisis. Analysts repeatedly questioned whether Anglo, concluding the first major deal under the new leadership of Cynthia Carroll, had overpaid for the asset, which was bought at the peak of the price cycle. Delivery of the project on time and on budget would go a long way to assuaging market fears. An increased resource base and meeting cost projections of USD23 a ton would also ease concerns. Since the purchase the resource base has grown to 5.3 billion tons from 1.2 billion tons of high grade ore, and geologists there are confident that it will grow even further as Anglo continues to drill the deposit to determine exactly what it owns.
23-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announces the delivery of first copper production on schedule from its Los Bronces expansion project in central Chile. The expansion of Los Bronces is expected to more than double (on average over the first three years of full production) the mine's existing production of 221,000 tonnes per year(1) and is the second of Anglo American's four major strategic growth projects to begin production during 2011.



Additional information:

Los Bronces is an open-cut copper and molybdenum mine located approximately 65km northeast of Santiago, Chile, at an altitude of c.4,000m above sea level. The ore is extracted, crushed and transported down a 56km slurry pipeline to the Las Tortolas flotation plant, where copper and molybdenum concentrates are produced. The mine also produces copper cathodes. The Los Bronces expansion project involved several sub-projects that spanned various geographical areas. A new primary crusher was installed near the Los Bronces open pit, with crushed ore being fed by conveyer through a 4.4km tunnel to the grinding plant at an area known as Confluencia. At Confluencia, a new stockpile, a grinding building (with one SAG mill and two ball mills), thickeners and other associated equipment were installed to produce the slurry.



The slurry is then transported through a 56km pipeline from the Confluencia grinding plant to a new copper and molybdenum concentrator plant (flotation) built next to the existing concentrator at the Las Tortolas complex some 45km from Santiago at about 750m above sea level. Due to the more than 3,000m difference in elevation between Confluencia and Las Tortolas, the pipeline system also required the construction of five choke stations to control the gravitational force of the descending slurry, and five pump stations to return water from Las Tortolas to Confluencia. The project also called for the construction of new 220KV electric power lines to satisfy increased energy requirements, in addition to improvements to the operation`s tailings dam, fresh water supply and water recirculation systems. At its peak of construction the Los Bronces Project employed approximately 16,000 workers directly and indirectly.
16-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc ("Anglo American") notes the injunction granted by the Court of Appeals in Santiago, Chile in relation to Anglo American's ability to dispose of further shares in Anglo American Sur ("AAS"). The option agreement between Anglo American, certain of its affiliates and Codelco, expressly contemplates the eventuality of Anglo American disposing of its AAS shares at any time prior to the date on which the option may be exercised and therefore no longer holding 100% of the shares in AAS. In such an eventuality, the percentage of shares in AAS over which Codelco may exercise its option is reduced by the percentage of shares in AAS not held by Anglo American at the time of exercise. The option is exercisable only during the month of January every three years until January 2027. The injunction does not apply to the transaction between Anglo American and Mitsubishi Corporation which completed on 9 November 2011. Anglo American intends to file a response to the injunction and will take such other steps as are necessary to protect its rights.
10-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
04-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
01-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Interim dividend dates

*Announcement date (amount declared in USD with ZAR equivalent) -- Thursday 26 July 2012

*Last day to effect removals between the UK - SA Registers -- Wednesday 25 July 2012

*Last date to trade on the JSE to qualify for dividend -- Friday 10 August 2012

*Ex-dividend JSE -- Monday 13 August 2012

*Ex-dividend LSE -- Wednesday 15 August 2012

*Record date (UK - SA Registers) -- Friday 17 August 2012

*Last day for receipt of USD:GBP/Euro currency elections by UK Registrars -- Tuesday 21 August 2012

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates by UK Registrars -- Tuesday 21 August 2012

*(Bank holiday UK -- Monday 27 August 2012)

*USD:GBP/- currency conversion rates announced -- Thursday 30 August 2012

*Removals between the UK - SA registers permissible from -- Friday 31 August 2012

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates by CSDPs -- Friday 31 August 2012

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates By SA Registrars -- Monday 3 September 2012

*Dividend warrants mailed -- Wednesday 12 September 2012

*Payment date -- Thursday 13 September 2012

*Crest Credit Date UK -- Wednesday 19 September 2012



Removal of shares to and from the United Kingdom principal register and the South African branch register will not be permitted between Thursday 26 July and Thursday 30 August 2012 inclusive. Any changes to the abovementioned dates will be notified.
01-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Dividend dates

*Announcement date (amount declared in USD with ZAR equivalent) -- Friday 17 February 2012

*Last day to effect removals between the UK - SA Registers -- Thursday 16 February 2012

*Last date to trade on the JSE to qualify for dividend -- Friday 23 March 2012

*Ex-dividend JSE -- Monday 26 March 2012

*Ex-dividend LSE -- Wednesday 28 March 2012

*Record date (UK - SA Registers) -- Friday 30 March 2012

*Last day for receipt of USD:GBP/EUR elections by UK Registrars -- Tuesday 3 April 2012

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates by UK Registrars -- Tuesday 3 April 2012

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates by CSDPs -- Thursday 5 April 2012

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates by SA Registrars -- Tuesday 10 April 2012

*USD:GBP/EUR currency conversion rates announced -- Friday 13 April 2012

*Removals between the UK - SA registers permissible from -- Friday 13 April 2012

*Dividend warrants mailed SA -- Tuesday 24 April 2012

*Dividend warrants mailed UK -- Wednesday 25 April 2012

*Payment date -- Thursday 26 April 2012

*Crest Credit Date UK -- Wednesday 2 May 2012



Removal of shares to and from the United Kingdom principal register and the South African branch register will not be permitted between Friday 17 February and Thursday 12 April 2012 inclusive. Note: the final dividend is subject to the approval of shareholders at the Annual General Meeting scheduled for 19 April 2012. Any changes to the abovementioned dates will be notified.

28-Oct-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo will invest up to USD15 billion in Australia to expand its coal business. Anglo said in a presentation to investors and analysts in Australia that coking coal, which is used in the steel-making process, was the company's preferred growth product.
20-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo released a production report for the third quarter ended 30 September 2011. Highlights include:

* Iron ore production increased by 3% to 12.2 million tonnes mainly due to increased volumes from Kumba's Sishen Mine.

* The commissioning of Kolomela mine commenced successfully during August 2011.

* Metallurgical coal - total production (metallurgical and thermal coal) increased by 5% to 8.0 million tonnes, with a 24% increase and record production from Australian open cut operations.

* Production of metallurgical coal decreased by 4% to 4.0 million tonnes, due to planned longwall moves at the underground operations.

* Thermal coal production from South Africa and Colombia decreased by 10% to 16.8 million tonnes, mainly due to industrial action at the South African operations, partly offset by an 18% increase in production from Colombia.

* Copper production decreased by 9% to 139,900 tonnes, due to a number of factors including expected lower grades.

* Full year production expected to be marginally higher than 2010, based on the commissioning of the Los Bronces expansion project in Q4.

* Nickel production increased by 14% to 6 500 tonnes, as Barro Alto production continues to ramp up.

* Platinum equivalent refined production increased by 3%, while refined production decreased by 7% to 647 000 ounces.

* Diamond production increased by 3% to 9.3 million carats despite industrial actions at operations in South Africa and Namibia.

* Phosphates production from Copebras increased by 10% to 285 000 tonnes.

* Niobium production from Catalao increased by 22% to 1 100 tonnes.

* Los Bronces 278 000 tonnes per annum expansion project in commissioning phase.

* Codelco announced on 12 October 2011 that it has put a financing facility in place for its option that it may exercise over a 49% shareholding in Anglo American Sur (Los Bronces, El Soldado and Chagres smelter) in Chile. Anglo American received written notice from Codelco on 13 October 2011 stating that it intends to exercise its option. Anglo is considering the implications of Codelco's announcement and written notice.



Preliminary results for the full year to 31 December 2011 will be announced on 17 February 2012.
12-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American notes the announcement made today by Codelco in relation to financing arrangements for the option it holds over a 49% shareholding in certain of Anglo American's copper assets in Chile, together known as "Anglo American Sur". Anglo American Sur comprises the Los Bronces and El Soldado copper mines and the Chagres copper smelter. The option dates back to 1978 and was inherited by Anglo American upon acquisition of the assets in 2002. The exercise window for the option is limited to the month of January every three years until 2027; the next such window is January 2012. Anglo American will consider the implications of Codelco's announcement.

06-Oct-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo has acquired full ownership of its Peace River Coal partnership in British Columbia by buying the 25.17% that it did not already own. The remaining stake will cost Anglo USD166 million. Anglo will be progressing a feasibility study to raise Peace River's production from 1 million tons to 3.5 million tons per annum.
27-Sep-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo is taking a second crack at getting in on Western Australia's vast iron-ore deposits with a deal on the Earaheedy project. "This is an early stage exploration project for which we have signed a farm-in agreement. Iron ore is one of our core commodities, the fundamentals of which are highly attractive," Anglo said in an e-mailed response to questions. Anglo said that the project is proof of its desire to increase its iron-ore interests. The deal allows Anglo to build its stake in the iron-ore project gradually to more than 75%.
22-Sep-2011
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, legal action has been initiated against Anglo subsidiary, Anglo American South Africa, in the UK's high court in London. Anglo is being sued for up to GBP18 million (R222 million) by 450 South African former employees who are claiming damages for exposure to dust and harmful substances causing diseases such as silicosis and tuberculosis. The suit is a class action instituted by UK-based law firm, Leigh Day. Anglo acknowledged in a statement that it had received a notice of claim filed in the London high court against its South African division but the group as a whole denies liability saying that it is the gold companies which employed the miners who were responsible for employee health and safety and that they took reasonable steps to protect them. However, Richard Meeran, a partner at Leigh Day dismissed Anglo's claims, arguing that thousands of people could not have contracted diseases if they were protected.
05-Sep-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American to divest minority interest in Palabora Mining Company Anglo American announces that it will participate in the sale process initiated by Rio Tinto to dispose of both companies' interests in Palabora Mining Company Ltd ("Palabora"). Anglo American currently holds a 16.8% effective interest in Palabora. Rio Tinto holds an effective 57.7% in Palabora.
02-Sep-2011
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 29 July 2011, the equivalent of the dividend in GBP is 17.1665 pence per share and in EUR is 19.3940 cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.61309 and US1 = EUR0.69264. As announced on 29 July 2011, the equivalent of the dividend in South African rand is R1.8598 per ordinary share. Dividend warrants are scheduled to be mailed on Wednesday 14 September 2011 for payment on Thursday 15 September 2011. Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 29 July 2011 and are included on the company's website www.angloamerican.com.
01-Sep-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo has been caught napping as potential Australian target Macarthur Coal recommended an improved AUD4.9 billion takeover bid for the company by Peabody Energy and ArcelorMittal to shareholders. The recommendation also came in the absence of any rival offers. Anglo had been given access to Macauthur's accounts and was reported to be weighing up a bid for Macauthur.
18-Aug-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo would like to draw attention to the approval of the expansion of Cerrejon, its 33% owned coal mine in La Guajira, Colombia. The USD1.3 billion expansion project will increase Cerrejon's production and export capacity by 8 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) to 40 mtpa. Anglo approved its USD437 million share of the project with joint venture partners, BHP Billiton and Xstrata, investing equal amounts. Construction of the P40 project is scheduled to commence in the third quarter of 2011 and be completed by 2013, with production progressively ramping up to reach 40 mtpa by the end of 2015. The P40 project will include increasing coal production and coal handling capacity at the Cerrejon mine and coal handling and ship-loading capacity at its 100% owned and operated port, Puerto Bolivar, including the construction of an additional loading berth. Improvements to road, rail and supply chain infrastructure are also within the scope of the project and a significant number of new jobs for Cerrejon employees and contractors will be created.
04-Aug-2011
(Media Comment)
The Financial Mail reported that Anglo's decision to increase its interim dividend by 12% to USD28cps is not generous when core operating profits surged by 45% to USD5.9 billion for the six months to June 2011. CFO Rene Medori explained that Anglo's first priorities are to fund capital projects and to evaluate bolt-on acquisitions. Anglo's possible project pipeline is worth USD85 billion, up from USD70 billion reported previously. If the projects go ahead Anglo will be able to double production before 2021.
01-Aug-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Day said, Anglo American is forecasting a strong performance in the second half and has bumped up its projects pipeline by USD15 billion to USD85 billion. "We have moved some of the conceptual, prefeasibility projects up and have confirmed some of the capital with respect to those early-stage projects," CEO Cynthia Carroll said last week. "We've added projects, about 20, and they cut across all commodities." This means Anglo, as one of the largest diversified resources companies, has a strong suite of projects to meet demand for commodities, especially from such countries as China and India. Anglo's declaration of a USD0.28 dividend, up 12% from a year ago, raised questions about a dividend policy given the big capital expenditure programme the company faces to bring a host of projects into production. Anglo forecast capital expenditure rising from USD6.2 billion next year and USD6.5 billion in 2013.
29-Jul-2011
(C)
Group revenue rose to USD15.2 billion (USD12.6 billion) and total operating profit from operations and associates improved drastically to USD6.5 billion (USD3.9 billion). Net profit attributable to ordinary shareholders of the group expanded to USD4 billion (USD2.1 billion), while headline earnings on a per share basis jumped to USD2.96cps (USD1.74cps).



Dividend

An interim dividend of 28 cents on the company's ordinary share capital in respect of the year to 31 December 2011 will be paid.



Outlook

Anglo American believes that demand for commodities remains healthy, driven by the resources intensive growth in the emerging economies, particularly in China and India. However, the unfolding of sovereign debt crises in Europe and the United States, and policy tightening in the major emerging economies is expected to generate short-term volatility. In spite of that volatility, prices for commodities are expected to be robust as widespread supply constraints and the challenges producers face in bringing new supply into production will lead to tighter market fundamentals. Costs will continue to be impacted by strong producer currencies and increasing prices for key inputs.
26-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to the De Beers SA ("De Beers") announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2011. De Beers reported underlying earnings of USD666 million. Anglo arrives at its underlying earnings in respect of De Beers by accounting for the interests arising from the ordinary shares it holds. Anglo American will therefore report underlying earnings of USD299 million for the six months ended 30 June 2011 from its investment in De Beers. In the six months ended 30 June 2011, Anglo received USD22 million in dividends from De Beers. In addition, USD45 million of the outstanding shareholder loans to De Beers were repaid during the period. Anglo will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2011 on 29 July 2011.
25-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wishes to draw attention to Anglo American Platinum Ltd's announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2011. Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Anglo American Platinum Limited of USD285 million for the six months ended 30 June 2011, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2011 on 29 July 2011.



Underlying Earnings

Underlying Earnings is net profit attributable to equity shareholders, adjusted to remove special items and remeasurements, and any related tax and non- controlling interests. Special items are those items of financial performance that the Group believes should be excluded from underlying financial performance. Operating special items include impairment charges and reversals and other exceptional items, including restructuring costs. Non-operating special items include profits and losses on disposals of investments and businesses as well as certain adjustments relating to business combinations. Remeasurements include adjustments to ensure that the unrealised gains or losses on non-hedge derivative instruments are recorded in underlying earnings in the same period as the underlying transaction against which these instruments provide an economic, but not formally designated, hedge as well as foreign exchange impact arising in US dollar functional currency entities on deferred tax balances.
21-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd's announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2011. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd of USD824 million for the six months ended 30 June 2011, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2011 on 29 July 2011.
19-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that a total of 15 000 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 15th and 18th July 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 20 337 204 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 322 628 524 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
11-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that 28,278 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 7th and 8th July 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 20 357 936 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 322 607 792 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
01-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
As announced today by National Grid, Sir John Parker, chairman of Anglo American plc, will resign as chairman of the board of National Grid with effect from 1 January 2012. This notification satisfies the company's obligations under the Financial Services Authority Listing Rule 9.6.14.
23-Jun-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to the announcement made by Collahuasi, its 44% owned copper mine in Chile, relating to the approval of the prefeasibility study for the next expansion phase of this world class copper operation. The translated text of that announcement is copied below:



"The board of directors of Compania Minera Dona Ines de Collahuasi SCM has given its approval for the company's technical teams to commence a prefeasibility study into a major expansion of Collahuasi, referred to as Phase III. This project would mean a significant increase in the concentrator plant's processing capacity and the construction of associated infrastructure. The project envisages the construction of one or two new grinding lines, allowing Collahuasi to process between 270 000 and 380 000 tonnes of ore a day. This increase in production from the current annual average of approximately 500 000 tonnes of copper to 800,000 tonnes with a single line expansion, and to more than one million tonnes with both lines, would begin from the project's anticipated commissioning in 2017.



A decision will be taken in the second half of this year on whether to complete studies on the options of either one or two new grinding lines. The prefeasibility study is scheduled for completion in the first half of 2012. Collahuasi has recently announced approval to increase the processing capacity of its existing concentrator plant to 160 000 tonnes of ore per day by mid-2013.



"This expansion project is aligned with Collahuasi's growth plan that seeks to increase annual output to more than one million tonnes of copper supported by Collahuasi's significant Mineral Resource of 7.1 billion tonnes at an average grade of 0.82%," said Giancarlo Bruno, Collahuasi CEO."
07-Jun-2011
(Official Notice)
The company announced that Mr Jack Thompson, a non executive director of the company, resigned as a director of Century Aluminum Company.
02-Jun-2011
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Anglo may battle to proceed with USD4 billion of coal expansions in Australia because of a plan to introduce a price on emissions of carbon. Seamus French, of Anglo's coking coal business, said the plan would cut the value of Anglo projects in Australia by about 45% "putting those projects in jeopardy." Australia's government wants to introduce a carbon price from July 2012 before a trading system is put in place in 2015.
27-May-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that 27 100 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 27 May 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 20 422 551 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 322 538 080 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
17-May-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced provisional interim dividend dates:

* Announcement date (amount declared in USD with ZAR equivalent): Friday 29 July

* Last day to effect removals between the UK - SA registers: Thursday 28 July

* Last date to trade on the JSE to qualify for dividend: Friday 12 August

* Ex-dividend JSE: Monday 15 August

* Record date (UK - SA registers): Friday 19 August

* Last day for dollar and euro currency elections: Wednesday 24 August

* USD:GBP/- currency conversion announced: Friday 2 September

* Removals between the UK - SA registers permissible from Friday 2 September

* Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates By SA Registrars: Monday 5 September

* Dividend warrants mailed: Wednesday 14 September

* Payment date: Thursday 15 September.
16-May-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wished to draw attention to an announcement by De Beers in relation to the appointment of Philippe Mellier as the CEO of the De Beers Group.
29-Apr-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that Anglo aims to more than quadruple nickel output over the period from 2011-2020 so that it will be able to compete better with Norilsk Nickel and Vale. The group might produce as much as 180 000 tons by 2020 as Anglo increased production at its Barro Alto project in Brazil and contemplated investing another USD6 billion in two new mines in the country. Anglo's head of nickel, Walter De Simoni commented that "the nickel business is doing very well."
26-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majorities at the company's annual general meeting held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at 11.00am on Thursday 21 April 2011.
21-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Overview of the interim management statement and production report for the first quarter ended 31 March 2011:

*Platinum refined production increased by 19% to 532 900 ounces, while equivalent refined production decreased by 5%

*Nickel production increased by 27% to 6 100 tonnes

*Copper production decreased by 14% to 138 800 tonnes, mainly due to abnormally high rainfall and expected lower grades at Collahuasi, and scheduled maintenance and expected lower grades at Los Bronces; full year production is expected to be marginally higher than 2010, based on the commissioning of the Los Bronces expansion project in Q4

*Thermal coal production from South Africa and Colombia increased by 2% to 16.0 million tonnes

*Metallurgical coal production from the Australian operations decreased by 37% to 2.1 million tonnes, due to severe flooding in Queensland

*Iron ore production decreased by 19% to 9.9 million tonnes mainly due to mining constraints caused by wet pit conditions, resulting from excessive rainfall at all of Kumba's operations

*Diamond production increased by 5% to 7.4 million carats

*Barro Alto nickel project produced first metal on schedule in March 2011; 41 000 tpa average expected over first five years of full production

*Los Bronces expansion project on track to deliver first production in Q4 2011; Increased production to average 400 ktpa over first 10 years (490 ktpa over first three years)

*Minas-Rio iron ore project commenced civil works for the beneficiation plant; 26.5 Mtpa production, with first ore on ship expected in second half of 2013

*Sales of Lisheen and Black Mountain Mining zinc interests completed in February 2011

*Announcement to combine UK businesses of Tarmac and Lafarge to leading UK construction materials company

*Interim results for the half year to 30 June 2011 will be announced on 29 July 2011
13-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Adjustment Event

On 18 February 2011, the Company announced that on 28 April 2011 it would pay a cash Dividend of USD0.40 per Ordinary Share. In accordance with the terms and conditions of the Bonds (the "Conditions"), Condition 5(b)(iii) requires an adjustment to be made to the Conversion Price if the Issuer shall pay or make any dividend to the Shareholders, provided that such adjustment (rounded down if applicable) would be equal to, or more than, 1 per cent. of the conversion price then in effect. The previous conversion price was GBP18.6370. With effect from (and including) 13 April 2011, being the first date upon which the Fair Market Value of the relevant dividend was capable of being determined, the conversion price has been adjusted to GBP18.3600.



Conversion Agent

Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch

Effective Date of Conversion Price Adjustment

The adjustment to the Conversion Price will take effect on 13 April 2011.



Defined Terms

Unless otherwise defined in this notice, terms used in this notice have the meanings given to them in the conditions.

13-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that 9 637 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 8 April 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 20 497 315 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 322 437 716 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
13-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 18 February 2011, the equivalent of the dividend in UK sterling is GBP24.3908 pence per share and in euros is EUR27.7039 cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.60977 and USD1 = EUR0.69260. As announced on 18 February 2011, the equivalent of the dividend in South African rand is R2.8906 per ordinary share. Dividend warrants are scheduled to be mailed in South Africa on Tuesday 26 April 2011 for payment on Thursday 28 April 2011. Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 18 February 2011 and are included on the company's website www.angloamerican.com.
06-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that 606 000 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 4 April 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans.
31-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces that 8 008 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 30 March 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 21 118 452 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 321 815 398 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
29-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that 6 200 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 25 March 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans.
28-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
The following offering circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:



Offering circular dated 25 March 2011 (the "offering circular") relating to the USD10 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo and Anglo American Capital plc.



To view the offering circular, paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser: http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/6813D_-2011-3-25.pdf
24-Mar-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo is seeking to acquire iron ore assets as the price of the metal rises. Anglo's head of business development for its iron ore and coal unit, James Harman, said the group likes "iron ore and are determined to grow our iron ore business." Harman said Anglo would like to be producing 150 million tons by 2020. The group is spending USD17 billion on capacity expansion and Harman added that Anglo was "in a strong financial position, which will drive this growth."
23-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that 43 431 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 21 and 22 March 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 21 215 760 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 321 718 090 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
17-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
In accordance with Listing Rule 12.6.4, Anglo American plc announces that 12 422 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 15 and 16 March 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 21 259 191 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 321 674 659 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
15-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that 18 300 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 11 and 14 March 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans.
11-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that 20 000 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 9 March 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans.
09-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the appointment to its board of Phuthuma Nhleko as a non-executive director, with immediate effect.
07-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces that 43 395 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 3 and 4 March 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 21 394 014 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 321 539 836 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
03-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that 1 216 112 ordinary shares were transferred from treasury shares on 1 and 2 March 2011, in respect of the grant of awards and vesting of awards under the company's share plans.
28-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that transfers from the company's holding of treasury shares took place to satisfy maturing share options under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 653 521 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 280 329 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
25-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that Nicky Oppenheimer has notified the Board of his wish to retire from his position as a non-executive director, after 37 years on the board of Anglo American plc and its predecessor companies. Mr Oppenheimer will step down from the board at the conclusion of Anglo American's AGM to be held on 21 April 2011.
18-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo and Lafarge SA ("Lafarge") announce their agreement to combine their cement, aggregates, ready-mixed concrete, asphalt and contracting businesses in the United Kingdom, comprising Tarmac Ltd ("Tarmac UK") and Lafarge Cement UK, Lafarge Aggregates and Concrete UK ("Lafarge UK"). The transaction will form a 50:50 joint venture and will create a leading UK construction materials company, with a portfolio of high quality assets drawing on the complementary geographical distribution of operations and assets, the skills of two experienced management teams and a portfolio of well-known and innovative brands. The combined sales of these two businesses in 2010 amounted to GBP1.8 billion (USD2.8 billion), with combined EBITDA of GBP210 million (USD323 million).



This combination is expected to deliver substantial recurring synergies of at least GBP60 million (USD96 million) per annum. Such synergies are expected to be generated by increased operational efficiencies, improved logistics, the introduction of value-added products across a wider geographic reach and other opportunities. The joint venture's complementary geographical and product portfolios are also expected to create a business optimally positioned to benefit from economic recovery.



The joint venture will operate with its own board of directors led by an independent chairman and executive management teams drawn from both businesses. Completion of the transaction is conditional upon regulatory approvals. Both Lafarge UK and Tarmac UK operations will continue to operate independently until obtaining such approvals.
18-Feb-2011
(C)
Group revenue increased to USD28 billion (USD20.9 billion) for the year to 31 December 2010. Operating profit jumped to USD11.1 billion (USD4.4 billion). Net attributable profit soared to USD6.5 billion (USD2.4 billion). In addition, headline earnings on a per share basis grew to USD427cps (USD246cps).



Dividend

A final ordinary dividend of USD40cps has been declared.



Outlook

The outlook for demand growth for Anglo's commodities remains extremely positive. Such demand will be driven by the resource intensive nature of robust economic growth in the emerging markets, led by China and India and many countries across Asia, Latin America and Africa. While there remain a number of short term uncertainties, indicators suggest continued recovery in the developed economies and a continuation of the changing structure of the world's economy through urbanisation and the trending convergence of living standards.
16-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the completion on 15 February 2011 of the sale of its Lisheen zinc mine in Ireland to Vedanta Resources plc ("Vedanta") for cash proceeds of USD546 million. Anglo announced the sale of its Zinc portfolio to Vedanta on 10 May 2010, for a total consideration of USD1 338 million. Due to the regulatory approval and competition clearance processes, separate completion dates were expected for each of the three businesses within the Zinc portfolio, namely Skorpion mine, Lisheen mine and Black Mountain Mining. All three zinc transactions have now been completed.
11-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
De Beers Leads Diamond Recovery with Strong Sales and Profit Growth Strong price recovery, continued focus on costs, and exceptional demand in China and India drive turnaround



2010 Operating Performance

2010 saw robust growth as De Beers continued to recover from the 2009 recession. Strong price growth throughout the year, a continuing focus on cost efficiencies and cash management, together with strong demand from DTC Sightholders combined to make De Beers highly cash generative and profitable.

*Total sales by the De Beers Group were USD5.88 billion for the full year, a 53 per cent increase compared with 2009. Sales of rough diamonds by the DTC were USD5.08 billion (2009: USD3.23 billion).

*EBITDA grew to USD1.43 billion, an increase of 118 per cent over 2009 (USD654 million).

*Strong demand drove a rebound in the prices of DTC rough diamonds by an average of 27 per cent over the year to levels which are above those which prevailed prior to the onset of the economic crisis.

*A considerably reduced cost base enabled De Beers to be highly cash generative with a free cash flow of USD943 million (2009: USD35 million).

*Carats recovered in 2010 amounted to 33 million (2009: 24.6 million), an increase of 34 per cent.

*Following subscription by its shareholders of USD1 billion in additional equity, the Group successfully concluded a complex refinancing of all of its international and South African debt on satisfactory terms. The tenors of all facilities have been extended to August 2013.

*At the end of 2010, De Beers` third party (non shareholder) debt was USD1.76 billion (December 2009: USD3.20 billion), and gearing on this debt, excluding USD790 million in shareholder loans, was 29.5 per cent (December 2009: 52.2 per cent).
11-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wishes to draw attention to the De Beers Societe Anonyme ("De Beers") announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2010. De Beers reported Underlying earnings of USD598 million. Anglo American plc ("Anglo American") arrives at its Underlying earnings in respect of De Beers by accounting for the interests arising from the ordinary shares it holds. Anglo American will therefore report underlying earnings of USD302 million for the year ended 31 December 2010 from its investment in De Beers In the year ended 31 December 2010, Anglo American received USD9 million in preference share dividends from De Beers. The remaining USD88 million of 10% non-cumulative redeemable preference shares outstanding at 31 December 2009 were also redeemed during the year. Anglo American will report results for the year ended 31 December 2010 on 18 February 2011.



Underlying Earnings

Underlying Earnings is net profit attributable to equity shareholders, adjusted to remove special items and remeasurements, and any related tax and non-controlling interests. Special items are those items of financial performance that the Group believes should be excluded from underlying financial performance. Operating special items include impairment charges and reversals and other exceptional items, including restructuring costs. Non- operating special items include profits and losses on disposals of investments and businesses as well as transactions relating to business combinations. Remeasurements include adjustments to ensure that the unrealised gains or losses on non-hedge derivative instruments are recorded in underlying earnings in the same period as the underlying transaction against which these instruments provide an economic, but not formally designated, hedge as well as foreign exchange impact arising in US dollar functional currency entities on deferred tax balances.

11-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that transfers from the company's holding of treasury shares took place to satisfy maturing share options under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 704 843 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 229 007 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
10-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo wished to draw attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd's ("Kumba") announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2010. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba of USD1 210 million for the year ended 31 December 2010, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American will report results for the year ended 31 December 2010 on 18 February 2011.
09-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces that transfers from the company's holding of treasury shares took place to satisfy maturing share options under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 723 045 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 210 805 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
07-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that transfers from the company's holding of treasury shares took place to satisfy maturing share options under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 739 461 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 194 389 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
07-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wishes to draw attention to Anglo Platinum Ltd's announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2010. Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Anglo Platinum Limited of USD425 million for the year ended 31 December 2010, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American will report results for the year ended 31 December 2010 on 18 February 2011.
04-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc ("Anglo American") announced the completion on 4 February 2011 of the sale of its Black Mountain Mining zinc interests in South Africa to Vedanta Resources plc ("Vedanta") for cash proceeds of USD346 million. Anglo American announced the sale of its Zinc portfolio to Vedanta on 10 May 2010, for a total consideration of USD1.338 million. Due to the regulatory approval and competition clearance processes, separate completion dates were expected for each of the three businesses within the Zinc portfolio, namely Skorpion mine, Lisheen mine and Black Mountain Mining. The completion of the sale of Lisheen is expected to take place in due course.
02-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that transfers from the company's holding of treasury shares took place to satisfy maturing share options under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 774 761 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 159 089 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
28-Jan-2011
(Official Notice)
Please note that the dates in respect of the final dividend for the year to 31 December 2010 are currently scheduled as follows:

*Announcement date (including Rand currency conversion rate) -- Friday 18 February 2011

*Last day to effect removals between the UK - SA Registers -- Thursday 17 February 2011

*Last date to trade on the JSE to qualify for dividend -- Friday 25 March 2011

*Ex-dividend JSE -- Monday 28 March 2011

*Ex-dividend LSE -- Wednesday 30 March 2011

*Record date (UK - SA Registers) -- Friday 1 April 2011

*Last day for receipt of USD:GBP/Euro currency elections by UK Registrars -- Tuesday 5 April 2011

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates by UK Registrars -- Tuesday 5 April 2011

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates by CSDPs -- Thursday 7 April 2011

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates by SA Registrars -- Monday 11 April 2011

*USD:GBP/Euro- currency conversion rates announced -- Wednesday 13 April 2011

*Removals between the UK - SA registers permissible from -- Wednesday 13 April 2011

*Dividend warrants mailed SA -- Tuesday 26 April 2011

*Dividend warrants mailed UK -- Wednesday 27 April 2011

*Payment date -- Thursday 28 April 2011

*Crest Credit Date UK -- Friday 6 May 2011



Note

The final dividend is subject to the approval of shareholders at the AGM scheduled for Thursday 21 April 2011. Any changes to the abovementioned dates will be notified.
24-Jan-2011
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that transfers from the company's holding of treasury shares took place to satisfy maturing share options under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 775 389 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 158 461 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
19 Jan 2011 07:34:53
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that transfers from the company's holding of treasury shares took place to satisfy maturing share options under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 788 389 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 145 461 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
17 Jan 2011 07:50:54
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that a transfer from the company's holding of treasury shares took place to satisfy maturing share options under the company's share plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 791 665 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 142 185 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
12 Jan 2011 07:45:12
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that transfers from the company's holding of treasury shares took place to satisfy maturing share options under the company's share plans as follows:

*10 January 2011 -- 26,027 (ESOS)

*10 January 2011 -- 5,110 (SIP)

*11 January 2011 -- 3,600 (ESOS)

*11 January 2011 -- 176 (SAYE)



Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 809 165 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 124 685 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
10 Jan 2011 07:36:00
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that on 6th January 2011, 6,500 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 844 078 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 089 772 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
07 Jan 2011 07:52:26
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 5 and 6 January 2011 respectively, 24 500 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan and 390 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares to satisfy maturing share options under the company's SAYE plan.
04 Jan 2011 09:02:29
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the completion of the sale of Moly-Cop and AltaSteel to OneSteel Ltd ("OneSteel") for cash proceeds of USD1.076 million. Anglo American announced the sale of Moly-Cop and AltaSteel to OneSteel on 14 November 2010 for a total consideration of USD932 million on a debt and cash free basis. The total cash proceeds amount includes the cash and debt in the business and certain adjustments.
29 Dec 2010 15:17:25
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced further progress in relation to the Minas-Rio iron ore project in Brazil, including certainty around its long-term port tariff arrangements and clarity in relation to the port's capital funding.



Long-term port tariff secured

Anglo has agreed a fixed 25-year iron ore port tariff agreement with its port partner, LLX SA, in relation to the LLX Minas-Rio ("LLX MR") owned iron ore port facility at Acu ("the port") that forms part of the integrated iron ore system of the Minas-Rio project. Anglo owns a 49% shareholding in LLX MR. The first phase of the Minas-Rio project will produce 26.5 million tonnes per year ("mtpa") of iron ore. In respect of this tonnage, Anglo will pay a net port tariff of approximately USD5.15 per tonne (in 2013 terms) after taking into account Anglo's shareholding in LLX MR (USD7.10 per tonne gross). The gross tariff will reduce from USD7.10 per tonne to USD4.25 per tonne for volumes in excess of 26.5 mtpa, provided there is no need to expand the port to accommodate that excess volume.



Combined with the expected low operating costs of the mine, beneficiation plant and pipeline, Anglo expects a highly competitive, first quartile FOB cost position for Minas-Rio. Anglo has also secured agreement in relation to the long-term tariff arrangement for all its iron ore volumes beyond the first phase of the Minas-Rio project. The level of the expansion tariff will be dependent upon the capital cost to expand the port to accommodate those additional volumes and that capital cost will be determined in due course.



Port capital expenditure

As part of the agreement to secure the long-term tariff arrangements, Anglo has agreed to fund a greater share of the development cost of the first phase of the port. This agreement is expected to result in additional capital expenditure attributable to Anglo of approximately USD525 million in relation to the port; Anglo's total share of the port development cost will be approximately USD1.2 billion.
24 Dec 2010 08:46:18
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that Anglo may surge by about 33% in 2011on the back of continued Chinese demand growth. Chris Gilmour, and analyst at Absa Asset Management Private Clients, added that he expects "a large earnings increase when the company reports its 2010 accounts in February next year". Gilmour also thinks that shares in Anglo might reach R457.00 in 2011.
23 Dec 2010 15:29:58
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that on 22 December 2010, 18 250 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 22 927 066 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 320 005 648 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
23 Dec 2010 10:14:12
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc ("Anglo American") announces that it has completed the sale of its interests in five undeveloped coal assets in Australia to a consortium composed of Korea Electric Power Corporation, POSCO and Cockatoo Coal Limited, for cash proceeds of AUD577 million (approximately USD577 million). Anglo American announced the sale of the five predominantly thermal coal assets on 5 July 2010. The assets comprise two wholly-owned underground coal deposits in New South Wales (Bylong and Sutton Forest) and Anglo American`='s share in three open cut coal deposits in Queensland (Collingwood, Ownaview and Taroom), all of which are held 51% by Anglo American and 49% by Mitsui.

20 Dec 2010 07:33:08
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, global miner Anglo American is considering a plan to take control of De Beers, the world's largest diamond company, the UK Sunday Times newspaper reported on Sunday, 19 December 2010. This comes shortly after E Oppenheimer - Son sold 2.1 million Anglo American shares for about USD64 million. This continued a process started four years ago when E Oppenheimer - Son sold a stake to diversify assets in its portfolio of investments. London-based Anglo American, which has significant mining operations in South Africa, would do so by buying out the Oppenheimer family's stake, the report stated, which cited sources in the British capital's City financial district. Anglo American has a 45% stake in De Beers, with the Oppenheimer family holding 40% and the Botswana government 15%. The deal could cost Anglo American at least GBP2 billion, the newspaper report said.
10 Dec 2010 10:07:47
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has secured a key licence for the development of its Minas-Rio iron ore project in Brazil. The award of the second part of the mine installation licence ("mine LI part two") was granted by SUPRAM, the Minas Gerais state agency responsible for environmental licensing, on 9 December 2010 and marks a major achievement on the critical path for delivery of the Minas-Rio project. The award of the Mine LI part two enables Anglo to begin the civil construction works for the beneficiation plant and the tailings dam and begin the construction of the mine. It is expected that the civil works will start in March 2011, after the rainy season and, as previously stated, it should take between 27 and 30 months from that time to construct and commission the mine and plant, complete the project and deliver the first ore on ship. As the development of the project progresses, there will be a number of other licences and permits to be obtained, but the Mine LI part two allows Anglo to make further substantial progress towards the delivery of this world class iron ore project which includes a mine, a beneficiation plant, a 525km slurry pipeline and a port facility.
09 Dec 2010 08:18:49
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 7 December 2010 596, 7 880 and 4 077 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's SAYE, ESOS and SIP plans respectively. The company further announces that on 8 December 2010, 1,008 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan.
06 Dec 2010 10:02:41
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the completion of the sale of its Skorpion zinc mine in Namibia to Vedanta Resources plc ("Vedanta") for cash proceeds of USD707 million. Anglo announced the sale of its Zinc portfolio to Vedanta on 10 May 2010, for a total consideration of USD1 338 million. Due to the regulatory approval and competition clearance processes, separate completion dates were expected for each of the three businesses within the Zinc portfolio, namely Skorpion mine, Lisheen mine and Black Mountain Mining. Anglo American expects the remaining completions to take place in due course.
01 Dec 2010 07:40:57
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces that on 29 and 30 November 2010 1 200 and 1 685 shares respectively were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS and SAYE plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 23 046 485 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 319 886 229 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
25 Nov 2010 08:16:59
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, Anglo has poured cold water on rumours it might split off its South African assets. The group claims it has "clear advantaged positions" in platinum and iron ore, which have large local components. Liberium Capital analyst, Michael Rawlinson, suggested that with project delivery about to transform earnings and free cash flow, Anglo might consider a break-up. If Anglo were to be split-up into South African and non-South African assets, it could open the way for a potential bid for the less-risky non-South African assets.
25 Nov 2010 07:49:57
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 23 November 2010 986 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's SAYE plan.
23 Nov 2010 09:29:25
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo American's disposal of noncore assets continued apace, when it said the Callide thermal coal mine in Australia was now up for sale as it focuses on producing metallurgical coal in that country. Anglo is Australia's third largest exporter of metallurgical coal, which is used in applications like making steel. SA and South America are the key locations for Anglo's production of thermal coal, which is used in power generation plants. The Callide mine is thought to have a value of between USD200 million and USD300 million and is one of five assets in Australia which Anglo said in July it would sell for USD500 million.
22 Nov 2010 10:15:05
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced its decision to begin a divestment process for its Callide thermal coal mine in Central Queensland, Australia. The strategy for Anglo's Metallurgical Coal business, based in Australia, is to focus on growing its metallurgical coal and high margin export thermal coal businesses. The Callide mine primarily supplies domestic power stations in Queensland and is wholly owned by Anglo. The mine produced 8.8 million tonnes of thermal coal in 2009 and has expansion potential from its resource base of more than 1 billion tonnes.
15 Nov 2010 09:14:02
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has agreed to sell Moly-Cop and AltaSteel (the "business") to OneSteel Ltd ("OneSteel") for a total consideration of USD932 million on a debt and cash free basis. The business consists of the grinding media and steel products businesses of Anglo located in North and South America, and includes the joint venture interests in the Donhad grinding media business in Australia and GenAlta Recycling Inc. in Canada. The Business was previously managed as part of the wider Scaw Metals Group. Under the agreement, economic interest in the business passes to OneSteel with effect from 1 July 2010. Completion of the transaction is conditional on antitrust clearance in Canada and it will undergo regulatory review in Australia and Brazil. Anglo will continue to progress its divestment programme announced in October 2009 in a manner and to a timetable that maximises value to its shareholders. This programme includes the sale of the Scaw Metals Group based in South Africa.
11 Nov 2010 08:03:25
(Media Comment)
Anglo CEO Cynthia Carroll was quoted in Business Day as saying that the company was optimistic about demand for commodities and is on track with the Minas Rio iron-ore project in Brazil after some early problems. Carroll said there was rising demand for commodities from China and other emerging markets.
02 Nov 2010 07:23:25
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 1 November 2010 28 000 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan.
01 Nov 2010 09:49:17
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Anglo American, suffering delays and cost overruns at its biggest project, had secured two more of the key licences it need to start operations at its Minas Rio iron ore development in Brazil, the company said on Friday, 29 October 2010. "The mining permit has been submitted and approved and the technical aspects of the permit have been approved," chief executive Cynthia Carroll said. Anglo said in July that the cost of the development in the state of Minas Gerais might rise by about a fifth to USD4.6 billion (R32 billion) because of delays in getting permits and project design changes. The company, which initially planned to begin mining this year, said the earliest possible start date was now in 2013. The third permit that Anglo must now obtain is a second plant installation licence and this "could be achievable over the next three months, when we expect Anglo to update the market", analysts at Nomura Equity Research said in a note dated October 18.
29 Oct 2010 17:58:31
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 28 October 2010 2 233 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan.
27 Oct 2010 17:56:04
(Official Notice)
In accordance with Listing Rule 12.6.4, Anglo American plc announces that on 26 and 27 October 2010 respectively, 2,912 and 18 000 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's SAYE and ESOS plans. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 23 227 326 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 319 705, 88 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.

25 Oct 2010 07:55:39
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 21 and 22 October 2010 respectively, 12 500 and 10 000 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan. Following the transfers, Anglo has a total of 23 248 238 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 319 684 476 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.

21 Oct 2010 08:19:51
(Official Notice)
19 Oct 2010 08:18:36
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced a mineral resource estimate for the West Wall copper project in central Chile's Valparaiso region. Anglo and Xstrata Copper each have a 50% interest in the mining company which holds the project, West Wall SCM. The estimated inferred resource for the project's Lagunillas deposit, based on 57 drill holes (33 600 metres), amounts to 750 million tonnes at a grade of 0.54% copper and 0.01% molybdenum, containing 4.0 million tonnes of copper using a 0.3% copper cut-off grade. The mineral resource also contains estimated average grades for gold of 0.05 grams per tonne. The West Wall project is located 100 kilometres northeast of Santiago and 70 kilometres north of the Rio Blanco - Los Bronces mineral district. Porphyry copper style hydrothermal alteration covers a large area of approximately seven kilometres by three kilometres. Exploration activities have focused in the south of the prospect at Lagunillas, where drilling has outlined copper sulphide resources associated with porphyry intrusive bodies. This is the first mineral resource estimate published by Anglo for West Wall.
15 Oct 2010 17:26:05
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 14 October 2010, 23 000 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan. Following the transfer, Anglo has a total of 23 286 234 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 319 646 480 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
13 Oct 2010 17:33:26
(3)
In accordance with Listing Rule 12.6.4 Anglo American plc announces that on 12 October 2010, 1 089 and 5 000 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's SAYE and ESOS plans respectively. Following the transfers, Anglo American plc has a total of 23 309 234 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 319 623 480 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
11 Oct 2010 17:40:06
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 8 October 2010, 5 160 and 21 050 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's SIP and ESOS plans respectively. On 11 October 2010, 6 000 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan.
08 Oct 2010 16:38:59
(Official Notice)
The company announced that Sir CK Chow, a non executive director of the company, has joined the board of AIA Group Ltd as a non executive director.
07 Oct 2010 07:52:27
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 5 October 2010, 641 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's SAYE plan. Following the transfer, Anglo has a total of 23 342 533 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 319 590 181 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
04 Oct 2010 13:22:50
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 30 September 2010, 5,000 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan. Following the transfer, Anglo American plc has a total of 23 343 174 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 319 588 114 ordinary shares in issue excluding treasury shares.
30 Sep 2010 07:56:38
(Official Notice)
In accordance with Listing Rule 12.6.4 Anglo American plc announces that on 28 September 2010, 28,022 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS and SAYE plans and on 29 September 2010, 10,000 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan. Following the transfer, Anglo American plc has a total of 23 353 174 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 319 578,114 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
22 Sep 2010 13:19:04
(Official Notice)
The following Offering Memorandum has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:

Offering Memorandum dated 21 September 2010 (the "Offering Memorandum") relating to the USD750,000,000 2.150% Senior Notes Due 2013 and the USD500,000,000 4.450% Senior Notes Due 2020 of Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo American plc. The securities mentioned in the Offering Memorandum have been sold and are not being offered for sale hereby.



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22 Sep 2010 07:47:48
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 20 September 2010, 5 700 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan and on 21 September 2010, 3 699 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's SAYE plan. Following the transfer, Anglo has a total of 23 391 196 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 319 540 092 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
16 Sep 2010 08:04:48
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 14 September 2010, 10 680 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's SAYE plan and on 15 September 2010, 15 408 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan.
14 Sep 2010 11:51:00
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that on 10 September 2010, 10 000 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's ESOS plan.
10 Sep 2010 17:24:16
(Official Notice)
The following final terms have been approved by the UK Listing Authority and are available for viewing:



Final terms dated 8 September 2010 (the "final terms") relating to USD50 000 000 Floating Rate Notes due 10 September 2012 issued by Anglo American Capital plc and guaranteed by Anglo American plc under the USD10 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme. To view the final terms, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/5211S_-2010-9-10.pdf.
09 Sep 2010 07:40:50
(Official Notice)
In accordance with listing rule 12.6.4 Anglo announced that on 7 September 2010, 27 978 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy maturing share options under the company's SAYE and ESOS plans and in respect of shares under the share incentive plan. Following the transfer, Anglo has a total of 23 436 683 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 319 494 605 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
08 Sep 2010 10:05:31
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Godfrey Gomwe, executive director of Anglo American South Africa, has been appointed to the Anglo American Executive Committee, with immediate effect. Godfrey is Anglo's key representative in South Africa, working with Anglo's business unit CEOs to deliver the group's strategy in the region.
06 Sep 2010 11:01:02
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 30 July 2010, the equivalent of the dividend in sterling is GBP16.0899 pence per share and in euros is EUR19.6648 cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.64360 and USD1 = EUR0.78659. As announced on 30 July 2010, the equivalent of the dividend in South African rand is R1.8309 per ordinary share. Dividend warrants were scheduled to be mailed on Wednesday 15 September 2010 for payment on Thursday 16 September 2010.
31 Aug 2010 08:52:52
(Media Comment)
Business Report that Anglo plans to sell all its Scaw Metals assets in South Africa. Anglo answered questions by saying the South African businesses of Scaw and the division's internal businesses, Moly-Cop and Alta, will be sold off, though not necessarily at the same time. Scaw's international assets might fetch USD1 billion.
05 Aug 2010 08:09:01
(Official Notice)
The supplementary offering circular has been approved by the UK listing authority and is available for viewing: supplementary offering circular dated 4 August 2010 (the "supplementary offering circular") to the offering circular dated 19 March 2010 relating to the USD10 000 000 000 euro medium term note program by Anglo American plc and Anglo American Capital plc. To view the supplementary offering circular, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/5571Q_-2010-8-4.pdf.
02 Aug 2010 08:42:42
(Media Comment)
Business Report stated that Anglo American may see cost of a Brazilian iron ore development, the company's largest project surge by 20 percent because of delays in getting permits. "This is somewhat of a moving target" chief executive Cynthia Carroll said, as the company released its interim results to June. "A number of key approvals remain outstanding," she said. Anglo which initially planned to begin mining this year, now said the earliest possible start date was in 2013. Licensing and design changes at Minas Rio, one of four key projects Anglo needs to boost output of commodities in demand in expanding Asian economies, will add $210 million (R1.5 billion) in costs.
30 Jul 2010 09:26:24
(C)
Group revenue including associates for the interim period increased by 35% USD15 billion (2009: USD11.1 billion). Operating profit including associates before special items and remeasurements was 104% higher at USD4.3 billion (2009: USD2.1 billion) , while profit before tax showed an 8% increase to USD3.9 billion (2009: USD3.6 billion). Income attributable to equity shareholders of the company decreased to USD2 billion (2009: USD2.9 billion ). Furthermore, headline earnings per share rose to 1.74cps (2009: 1.37cps).



Dividend

An interim dividend of 25 US cents per share was declared. Anglo American intends to follow a progressive dividend policy which seeks to maintain or steadily increase dividends in dollar terms over time, taking into account the earnings potential, investment needs and resultant cash flows of the group.



Outlook

The near term outlook for the world economy has become more uncertain in recent months. In 2009, there was a rapid bounce in global industrial activity in response to the unprecedented policy stimulus and a turn in the inventory cycle. More recently, leading indicators have indicated less favourable conditions. Inevitably, there will be some consolidation after the initial bounce-back, as the positive effects from the stimulus and inventory cycle fade. Anglo American remains confident about the outlook for the industry in the medium to long term, with the process of industrialisation and urbanisation in China, India, Brazil and other emerging countries continuing to drive demand for its key commodities.
26 Jul 2010 09:28:24
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that, Anglo American, the mining company that makes up about 10% of the benchmark index on the JSE, gained for a third day on Friday, rising 1.72% to close at R288.37. De Beers, the world's largest diamond producer, in which Anglo holds a 45% stake, said sales surged 84% in the first half.
26 Jul 2010 08:24:35
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wished to draw attention to Anglo Platinum Ltd's announcement of its interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2010. Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Anglo Platinum Ltd of USD222 million for the six months ended 30 June 2010. Anglo American will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2010 on 30 July 2010.
23 Jul 2010 08:03:37
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to the De Beers Societe Anonyme ("De Beers") announcement of their interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2010. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of De Beers of USD148 million for the six months ended 30 June 2010, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2010 on 30 July 2010.
22 Jul 2010 08:16:35
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc notification: Kumba Iron Ore Ltd interim results 2010 Anglo American wishes to draw attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd's announcement of its interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2010. Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd of USD520 million for the six months ended 30 June 2010, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2010 on 30 July 2010.
16 Jul 2010 08:37:31
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo American had little reason to separate its South African and international operations, as mooted by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. "If you break it up, there may be a short-term rerating but it won't do anything for Anglo in the long term," said Henk Groenewald, who co-manages Coronation Fund Managers' resource fund. Bank of America Merrill Lynch said Anglo might be wise to carve up its business, removing the effect of negative South African issues on the value of its international assets. Those issues included empowerment and chronic power shortages. Anglo owns about 80% of Anglo-plat, which controls more than a third of global platinum output, and 45% of diamond group De Beers. Anglo declined to comment.
07 Jul 2010 08:21:36
(Media Comment)
Anglo denied that the sale of undeveloped coal assets in Australia for USD500 million was prompted by proposed tax changes in that country. Business Day reported Anglo spokesman Pranill Ramchander as saying that the company had already pointed out in February 2010 that the group would strengthen its portfolio by selling undeveloped assets which were some distance from Anglo's mining operations. Ramchander also said that Anglo has a clear strategy for its Australian metallurgical coal business and was continuing developing its Grosvenor mine.
05 Jul 2010 15:25:29
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that it has entered into a conditional agreement with a consortium, composed of Korea Electric Power Corporation, POSCO and Cockatoo Coal Ltd, to sell its interests in five undeveloped coal assets in Australia for AUD580 million (approximately USD500 million) in cash. The assets comprise two wholly-owned underground coal deposits in New South Wales (Bylong and Sutton Forest) and Anglo American's share in three open cut coal deposits in Queensland (Collingwood, Ownaview and Taroom), all of which are held 51% by Anglo American and 49% by Mitsui. The assets have total estimated JORC compliant attributable resources of 847 million tonnes. The transaction is subject to customary regulatory approvals, Anglo American board approval, Cockatoo Coal Ltd obtaining necessary finances and Mitsui's pre-emptive rights over the Queensland assets. The transaction is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2010.
05 Jul 2010 09:35:01
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to an announcement by Anglo Platinum Ltd ("Angloplat") that the company has appointed Cynthia Carroll as its chairman.
17 Jun 2010 10:06:02
(Media Comment)
Even though Anglo has outperformed BHP Billiton plc ("BHPBill") for more than a decade on almost every measure, analysts have told the Financial Mail that this may change. Fund managers are recognising that Anglo CE Cynthia Carroll is on the right track. Old Mutual Mining - Resources Fund's manager, Anwaar Wagner says Anglo has made big changes, such as selling non-core assets and is "now a mining company focused on the most attractive commodities." Cannon Asset Managers CIO, Adrian Saville says that Anglo has better assets, particularly platinum, and Investec Asset Management's Daniel Sacks, commented that BHPBill's management may not be so good as everyone thinks. especially after the company's failed bid for Rio Tinto. BHPBill also faces a punitive increase in its Australian tax rate, from 43% to 57%, which would reduce the company's EPS by between 15-20%, as opposed to only less than 2% for Anglo. Saville also said that when Anglo resumes paying a dividend, as is expected during 2010, Anglo will most likely have a higher dividend yield.
11 Jun 2010 13:15:15
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that Mr Jack Thompson, a non-executive director of the company, has left the board of Centerra Gold Inc.
10 May 2010 09:22:41
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced sale of Zinc portfolio to Vedanta for USD1.338 million Anglo American plc announced that it has agreed to sell its portfolio of zinc assets to Vedanta Resources plc for a total consideration of USD1.338 million on an attributable, debt and cash free basis.



Anglo American Zinc comprises the Skorpion mine in Namibia, the Lisheen mine in Ireland and a 74% interest in Black Mountain Mining in South Africa, which holds 100% of the Black Mountain mine and the Gamsberg project. Of the total consideration, USD698 million relates to the Skorpion mine, USD308 million relates to the Lisheen mine and USD332 million relates to Anglo American's 74% interest in Black Mountain Mining. The sale of Anglo American Zinc follows Anglo American's October 2009 announcement of its strategy to focus on its portfolio of world class, large scale, long life mining assets in those commodities where Anglo American holds advantaged positions.
04 May 2010 17:29:22
(Official Notice)
Anglo American sells Tarmac's French and Belgian building materials business Anglo American plc announced the sale of Tarmac's French and Belgian building materials business, Tarmac Materiaux de Construction, to Fondations Capital for a total enterprise value of Euro67 million (approximately USD88 million). TMC is one of the leading independent producers of concrete blocks in the French and Belgian markets, producing prefabricated concrete blocks, such as street kerbs and paving stones.
29 Apr 2010 08:34:51
(Official Notice)
The company announced that Ray O'Rourke, a director, has notified the company that he has acquired an interest in 34 500 ordinary shares on 27 April 2010 at an average price of GBP28.79 per share.
28 Apr 2010 11:13:58
(Official Notice)
The company announced that Sir John Parker, chairman of Anglo American plc, has notified the company that he purchased 1 726 ordinary shares on 27 April 2010 at a price of GBP28.75 per share. His share interest has therefore increased accordingly.
23 Apr 2010 12:05:14
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majorities at the company's annual general meeting held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at 11.00am on Thursday 22 April 2010. In line with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.
22 Apr 2010 08:46:57
(Official Notice)
Interim management statement - production report for the first quarter ended 31 March 2010 .



Overview

* Iron ore production increased by 23% to 12.3 million tonnes as Sishen's jig plant continues to ramp up to full production.

* Platinum refined production increased by 11% to 447 000 ounces, on track to meet full year target of 2.5 million ounces, with upside flexibility to meet market demand . Unit costs on track to remain flat vs. 2009 . Further labour productivity increase; improved by 17% since Q1 2009 .

* Copper production increased by 7% to 161 000 tonnes, due to higher grades and recoveries at Los Bronces and higher grades and throughput at Collahuasi .

* Nickel (1) production increased by 7% to 4 800 tonnes .

* Metallurgical coal production increased by 32% to 3.6 million tonnes.

* Thermal coal production decreased by 2% to 19.2 million tonnes .

* Diamond production increased to 7 million carats to meet strengthening market demand .

* Major divestment programme progressing well . Zinc sale process well advanced and highly competitive . Tarmac polish concrete products sale completed and Tarmac European Aggregates sale agreed, for an aggregate consideration of approximately USD400 million .

* Anglo Platinum and De Beers rights issues successfully completed, supported by Anglo American. Strong demand for USD1.7 billion Anglo Platinum rights issue, with minority shareholders over-subscribing by almost three times.
13 Apr 2010 08:29:04
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Anglo was looking "very closely" at "opportunities" in thermal coal in Indonesia, Australia and Columbia. The CE of Anglo Coal, Norman Mbazima, wants to expand output of the fuel used by power stations.
09 Apr 2010 07:44:36
(Official Notice)
The following Final Terms have been approved by the UK Listing Authority and are available for viewing:

*Final Terms dated 7 April 2010 (the "Final Terms") relating to USD 100,000,000.

*Floating Rate Notes due 10 April 2012 issued by Anglo American Capital plc and guaranteed by Anglo American plc under the USD10,000,000,000 Euro Medium Term



To view the Final Terms, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser:http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/9254J_-2010-4-8.pdf. This website is not provided for, or directed at, US persons or persons in the United States. If you are a US person or are viewing this page from the United States, you should exit this section of the website.

30 Mar 2010 18:18:58
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that on 30 March 2010, 1 270 667 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy various awards made under the company's employee share schemes. Following the transfer, Anglo American plc has a total of 24 182 361 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 316 494 963 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
29 Mar 2010 13:07:02
(Official Notice)
23 Mar 2010 08:50:56
(Official Notice)
The following offering circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing: Offering Circular dated 19 March 2010 (the "Offering Circular") relating to the USD10 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme by Anglo and Anglo American Capital plc. To view the offering circular, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser: http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/9727I_-2010-3-22.pdf
17 Mar 2010 17:33:43
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc draws attention to an announcement by Kumba Iron Ore Ltd ("Kumba") in relation to the Sishen mining rights. The text of that announcement is copied below:

On 26 February 2010, Kumba issued an announcement indicating that its subsidiary, the Sishen Iron Ore Company (Pty) Ltd ("SIOC"), had notified ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited ("Mittal") on 5 February 2010, that Mittal had failed to convert its 21.4% undivided share in the old order mining rights which it held in relation to the Sishen mine in terms of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act ("MPRDA"). SIOC, however, tendered to supply iron ore to Mittal on commercial terms. While SIOC has applied for the residual 21.4% mining right previously held by Mittal, it should be noted that a prospecting right over the 21.4% interest has been granted by the Department of Mineral Resources to a third party. SIOC has lodged an appeal against the grant of the prospecting right and Kumba is currently engaged in discussions with the Department of Mineral Resources in relation to the 21.4% residual right in respect of the Sishen mine.

16 Mar 2010 14:36:45
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that on 15 March 2010, 980,482 shares were transferred out of the company's holding of treasury shares in order to satisfy various awards made under the company's employee share schemes. Anglo American plc has a total of 25 453 028 ordinary shares held in treasury and a total of 1 316 494 963 ordinary shares in issue, excluding treasury shares.
12 Mar 2010 16:34:12
(Official Notice)
Following release on 19 February 2010 of its preliminary results for the fourth quarter and year to 31 December 2009, Anglo American plc announced that the annual financial report and notice of meeting 2010 have been published and are available on their website at www.angloamerican.co.uk/aa/investors/reports/2010rep/

Copies of these documents, together with:

* the proposed new articles of association and current articles of association marked up to show the changes being proposed at the annual general meeting,

* the proxy forms for the AGM

have been submitted to the UKLA, and will be available shortly for inspection at the UKLA's document viewing facility.
03 Mar 2010 18:04:12
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement on March1 2010, Anglo American is now in a position to provide a further update on the situation in Chile. Affected copper mining operations - Los Bronces, El Soldado and Mantoverde - were able to resume full and safe production during Sunday when power was returned to all operations. It is expected that the Chagres smelter will resume full production by Wednesday following the resumption of full power supply. Lost copper production during the stoppage was limited to less than 1,500 tonnes.



Minor damage was reported at Anglo American's copper mining operations. At Scaw Metals' plant near Concepcion, considerable damage has been caused preventing the resumption of operations until further notice. Power and other infrastructure in the Concepcion area is also affected. Scaw's site near Santiago has been less impacted, while a third site in the north of Chile near Antofagasta is unaffected. Both affected plants will reopen once complete safety, operational inspections and remedial work is concluded. Production will be increased at other Scaw facilities globally accordingly. Scaw's operations are part of Anglo American's Other Mining and Industrial Business Unit. Anglo American continues to review the situation and will provide updates when necessary.
01 Mar 2010 15:53:06
(Official Notice)
Anglo American provided an update on its operations following the massive earthquake which struck Chile on 27 February. Due to the interruption of power supply, production was affected at four of Anglo American's copper operations in Chile - the Los Bronces, El Soldado and Mantoverde mines and the Chagres copper smelter. Power was partially restored to the operations during Saturday night and following detailed inspections production began to ramp up on Sunday. The affected mine operations produced 341 300 tonnes of copper in 2009, as part of Anglo American's total copper output of 669 800 tonnes for the year. Chagres smelter production in 2009 was 137,700 tonnes of anodes. Anglo American's Mantos Blancos mine and the jointly owned Collahuasi mine were unaffected by the earthquake.



In addition, three scaw metals facilities located in Chile have also been affected with limited damage at two sites. A detailed evaluation is underway at Anglo's Concepcion site which has been more severely damaged. These operations are part of Anglo American's other mining and industrial business unit. Anglo American continued to review the situation and is working with its teams on the ground to return to full and safe production as soon as it is able to do so.
01 Mar 2010 08:56:42
(Official Notice)
Anglo has acknowledged an announcement by subsidiary, Kumba Iron Ore Ltd, in relation to the cancellation of the Sishen Supply Agreement with ArcelorMittal South Africa Ltd..
22 Feb 2010 08:33:31
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that diversified miner Anglo American had high hopes that it would resume paying dividends later this year after its freeze of 2008's final dividend, the first freeze in 70 years, had angered shareholders. Chairman Sir John Parker said resumption of the dividend at the earliest possible time remained "a key priority" for the board. CEO Cynthia Caroll said if the commodity price environment and outlook continued to improve and the business performance remained robust, the company could expect to resume payments this year.Caroll further added the recovery in commodity prices and cash generation would be key considerations as the board looks at dividend renewal.
19 Feb 2010 11:21:20
(C)
Group revenue decreased to USD20.8 billion from USD26.3 billion in 2009. Profit before taxation decreased to USD4.0 billion (2008:USD8.5 billion). Profit attributable to ordinary shareholders decreased to USD2.4 billion (USD5.2 billion). Headline earnings on a per share basis decreased to USD2.40cps (USD3.78cps).



Dividends per share

The resumption of the dividend at the earliest possible time remains a key priority for the board. Assuming that the commodity price environment and outlook continue to improve and the business performance remains robust, the board would expect to be able to announce the resumption of a dividend in respect of the current financial year.



Outlook

The medium and long term outlook for the mining industry remains strong. Demand for commodities is expected to remain robust with the continuing shift in the pattern of economic growth towards fast-growing emerging economies. In order to sustain its growth potential, China is expected to continue to upgrade and develop its infrastructure, while the longer term potential of India and Brazil is expected to provide further support. These economies also have the greatest scope for strong consumer spending growth, the principal long term demand driver for platinum group metals and diamonds.



In 2009, huge policy stimulus and a turn in the inventory cycle drove the rebound in industrial activity. In 2010, the positive effects of these factors are likely to start to fade. The economic headwinds are most noticeable in the advanced economies, where continuing balance sheet repair will constrain demand prospects. However, the outlook for the emerging economies is much brighter. China and India are likely to grow strongly, though the potential for setbacks remains as a weak external environment combines with intensifying domestic inflation pressures.

18 Feb 2010 09:27:59
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd's ("Kumba's") announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2009. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba of USD490 million for the year ended 31 December 2009, which takes into account certain adjustments.
16 Feb 2010 09:01:39
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that it has agreed the sale of Tarmac's construction aggregates businesses in France, Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic to Eurovia, a subsidiary of the Vinci group.

In a separate transaction, Anglo American has agreed the sale of Tarmac's Polish concrete products business to Innova/4 LP, a Central European private equity fund advised by Innova Capital. Combined proceeds are expected to be approximately USD400 million. Both transactions are subject to regulatory clearance.
11 Feb 2010 10:21:42
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that it has undertaken to subscribe in full to its entitlement to the USD1 billion rights issue announced today by its 45% owned associate company, De Beers. Anglo American will invest USD450 million in equity as part of a commitment by each of the three shareholders in De Beers to pro rata equity contributions.



During 2009, De Beers implemented a successful restructuring of its business and achieved significant efficiency improvements and cost reductions, with production and operating costs reduced by 45% and a 23% reduction in its global workforce as production was brought in line with demand. The rights issue forms part of a wider refinancing package for De Beers designed to provide the company with a more appropriate capital structure and to secure ongoing banking facilities, at a time when the demand outlook for diamonds is improved, and to enable De Beers to invest in its future growth as the world's leading diamond business.
11 Feb 2010 10:11:45
(Official Notice)
11 Feb 2010 09:55:59
(Official Notice)
08 Feb 2010 09:41:26
(Official Notice)
08 Feb 2010 09:36:39
(Official Notice)
Anglo American draws attention to Anglo Platinum Ltd's announcement of their final results for the year ended 31 December 2009. Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Platinum of USD44 million for the year ended 31 December 2009, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American will report results for the year ended 31 December 2009 on 19 February 2010.



Underlying earnings is net profit attributable to equity shareholders, adjusted for the effect of special items and remeasurements, and any related tax and minority interests. Special items include those items of financial performance which the group believes should be excluded from underlying financial performance, and principally relate to impairment and significant closure costs, exceptional legal provisions and profit or loss on disposals. Remeasurements include adjustments to ensure that the unrealised gains or losses on non-hedge derivative instruments are recorded in underlying earnings in the same period as the underlying transaction against which these instruments provide an economic, but not formally designated, hedge as well as foreign exchange impacts arising on certain deferred tax balances.
03 Feb 2010 09:48:26
(Media Comment)
Business Report reported that Anglo sold USD2.4 billion of assets last year and was on schedule to achieve USD2 billion in savings next year according to chief executive Cynthia Carrol. "We continue to sell assets that we have determined are not part of our long-term strategic portfolio," Carrol said at the Mining Indaba in Cape Town. Carrol has continued with a sale of assets deemed "non-core", which was started by her predecessor, after she was appointed chief executive in 2007. Anglo had R120 billion worth of approved expansion projects and R330 billion of additional projects awaiting approval. Projects already under development would lift Anglo's "organic" output by about a third by 2013. Carrol also commented that Anglo will work together with Eskom to find ways of cutting power consumption.
29 Jan 2010 09:36:43
(Media Comment)
There has been a suggestion in Finweek that Anglo unbundle its subsidiary Anglo Platinum Ltd ("Angloplat"). This is because with Anglo's p:e lower than Angloplat's, the company finds itself in the same position it was in when it controlled AngloGold Ashanti Ltd. Anglo's p:e is 14.5 and Angloplat is trading at a p:e of 200. This could put the price and return of Anglo's shares under pressure. An unbundling could also create value for Anglo shareholders.
13 Jan 2010 08:15:45
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that Deutsche Bank's price estimate for Anglo has been upped, from R325.00/share to R385.00/share. Analyst Tim Clark commented "we continue to prefer Anglo American over BHP Billiton." Clark added that Anglo has more value to realise from asset sales, optimisation and the group's "exposure to a number of late-cycle commodities that did not perform in 2009."
11 Dec 2009 09:02:06
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced the appointment to its Board of Ray O'Rourke as a non-executive director, with immediate effect.
08 Dec 2009 13:12:34
(Official Notice)
The SIP is an Inland Revenue approved trust arrangement, operated through Halifax plc, under which employees are able to buy ordinary shares in the company of USD0.54945 each ("ordinary shares"), using monthly deductions from salary, and are allocated an equivalent number of free ordinary shares ("matching shares"). Both the purchased shares and the matching shares are held in the SIP trust. The matching shares are acquired by the SIP Trust and allocated to the relevant employees. During the short period of time between acquisition and allocation, the executive directors of the company are deemed to be interested in those shares. The company announced that the transactions took place in relation to the SIP on Monday 7 December 2009.





02 Dec 2009 17:30:53
(Official Notice)
The following amendment has been made to the announcement released today at 14:18 under RNS No 4730D. The EURO amount was incorrectly stated as EUR750,000,000,000. All other details remain unchanged. The full amended text is shown below.



The following final terms are available for viewing:

Final Terms dated 1 December 2009 relating to the issue by Anglo American Capital plc of EUR750,000,000, 4.375 per cent. Guaranteed Notes due 2 December 2016 guaranteed by Anglo American plc, under the U.S.$10,000,000,000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme. To view the full document, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/4730D_1-2009-12-2.pdf
02 Dec 2009 09:16:42
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo has agreed in principal to increase its investments in De Beers via a rights offer. Anglo's other partners in De Beers, the Oppenheimer family and the Botswana government, have also agreed to take up new shares through the rights offer. In addition, Anglo announced that it has appointed Godfrey Gomwe to be local head of operations.
24 Nov 2009 12:44:50
(Official Notice)
The following supplementary offering circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing: Supplementary offering circular dated 23 November 2009 relating to the USD10,000,000,000 euro medium term note programme of Anglo American Capital plc (as issuer) and Anglo American plc (as issuer and, in the case of notes issued by Anglo American Capital plc, as guarantor). The supplementary offering circular should be read and construed in conjunction with the offering circular dated 19 March 2009, as supplemented by a supplementary offering circular dated 7 August 2009 (together, the "offering circular").
16 Nov 2009 11:01:34
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the appointment to its board of Jack Thompson as a non-executive director, with immediate effect.
16 Nov 2009 10:53:14
(Media Comment)
Anglo's new chairman, Sir John Parker, has done a lot to transform the group since his appointment in August 2009, according to Finweek. Parker is strengthening the board after overseeing a shake-out of an expensive layer of management and is reducing the size of Anglo's asset portfolio further. In addition, Parker is credited with getting some and large disillusioned shareholders back on board, promising cost savings and delivery on under performing assets. The is likely to continue to undergo restructuring, including the appointment of directors with a mining background. Parker also says that he is fully supportive of CEO Cynthia Carroll.
13 Nov 2009 16:12:41
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced that Fred Phaswana, a non-executive director, has requested to step down from the board in order to take up his new role as Chairman of the Standard Bank group in due course. Mr Phaswana will continue to serve on the board until 1 January 2010.
10 Nov 2009 08:47:47
(Official Notice)
The SIP is an inland revenue approved trust arrangement, operated through Halifax plc, under which employees are able to buy ordinary shares in the company of USD0.54945 each, using monthly deductions from salary, and are allocated an equivalent number of free ordinary shares. Both the purchased shares and the matching shares are held in the SIP trust. The matching shares are acquired by the SIP Trust and allocated to the relevant employees.



The company announces that the following transactions took place in relation to the SIP on Friday 6 November 2009:

*8,460 were allocated to employee participants as matching shares

*The following executive directors/persons discharging managerial responsibility of the company each acquired the undernoted ordinary shares at a price of GBP23.6099 and were allocated an equal number of matching shares, free of charge:

B R Beamish (PDMR) - 6 ordinary shares

C B Carroll (director) - 5 ordinary shares

J Mackenzie (PDMR) - 6 ordinary shares

R Medori (director) - 6 ordinary shares

M Walker (PDMR) - 6 ordinary shares

D Wanblad (PDMR) - 6 ordinary shares

D Weston (PDMR) - 5 ordinary shares
09 Nov 2009 09:50:21
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces the appointment to its board of Sir Philip Hampton as a non-executive director, with immediate effect. As previously announced, Sir Rob Margetts and Dr Chris Fay will be retiring from the board of Anglo American at the group's next annual general meeting, to be held in April 2010.
22 Oct 2009 09:17:38
(Official Notice)
22 Oct 2009 09:10:36
(Official Notice)
Highlights for the quarter include:

*Copper production increased 13.4% to 168 500 tonnes, compared to the third quarter of 2008, due to higher throughput and recoveries at Los Bronces and improved grades, recoveries and performance at Collahuasi

*Iron ore production increased 15.7% to 11.9 million tonnes as the Sishen jig plant continued to ramp up to full production. The jig plant achieved production of 996kt in September, equating to annualised production of 12Mtpa, on track to achieve its planned annualised rate of 13Mtpa during the fourth quarter

*Platinum refined production increased 15.8% to 629koz, on track to meet full year target of 2.4 million ounces.

*Two additional high cost shafts placed on care and maintenance

*Labour reduction of 11 715, exceeding full year plan

*Further 4% productivity improvement achieved since June 2009

*Thermal coal production declined by 1.0% and metallurgical coal production declined by 2.6%, as production was matched to demand in export markets. Coal production at Eskom mines improved, with demand increasing by 7.3%

*Continued improvement in the demand for rough diamonds. Third quarter production 43% higher than second quarter and on track for full year production at 50% of 2008 levels



In addition, further strategic progress was made to focus on core mining portfolio, with USD671 million raised in the third quarter:

*Tongaat Hulett stake sold for total consideration of USD523 million

*Hulamin stake sold for total consideration of USD148 million

*Undrawn committed bank facilities and cash increased to over USD10 billion



Results for the full year to 31 December 2009 will be announced on 19 February 2010.
08 Oct 2009 16:01:32
(Official Notice)
08 Oct 2009 08:59:08
(Media Comment)
Anglo American expected continued growth in Seaborne iron-ore demand in the period up to 2013, the company said yesterday. Anglo CE Cynthia Carroll as saying the group wanted to raise it's share of the seaborne iron-ore market to about 11% from 3%. Iron ore is the main ingredient in steel. The company said demand for seaborne iron-ore had increased because of expansion in steel production in the BRIC economies (Brazil, Russia, India and China).



The group also briefed the investors and analysts on it's three key strategic growth projects in Brazil and Chile - the Minas Rio iron-ore project, the Los Broncos copper expansion project and the Barro Alto nickel project. in Minas Rio, ore will be mixed with water and be piped to the coast rather than be processed for transport by rail or road. It was reported earlier this week that Chinese steel and iron-ore group Baosteel has proposed to pay USD1.6 billion for a 30% stake in the Minas Rio mine in Brazil. Bahrain-based Gulf Industrial Investment and Japan's Sojitz are reportedly keen on a stake in the project.





06 Oct 2009 15:44:52
(Official Notice)
Anglo American is hosting a visit to South America for international investors and analysts from 6th to 8th October. The visit includes a number of presentations on Anglo American?s three key strategic growth projects in Brazil and Chile, namely the Minas Rio iron ore project, the Los Bronces copper expansion project and the Barro Alto nickel project. The presentations will be published in due course on the Anglo American website: www.angloamerican.co.uk.
06 Oct 2009 09:41:14
(Media Comment)
An analyst at Barclays Capital in London was quoted in Business Day as saying that Xstrata could now be forced to offer a premium to attract Anglo shareholders into a merger. So far, Anglo's chairman, Sir John Parker, has managed to convince shareholders that a merger was unnecessary and they will be better off alone. The premium paid to shareholders could be as high as 30% in a "friendly" takeover. Xstrata has promised to make an offer by 20 October 2009.
05 Oct 2009 08:31:46
(Official Notice)
Anglo noted the announcement by the Takeover Panel Executive that it has imposed a deadline of 5.00pm on 20 October 2009, by which time Xstrata plc ("Xstrata") must, unless the Takeover Panel Executive consents otherwise, either announce a firm intention to make an offer for Anglo under Rule 2.5 of the UK Takeover Code (the "Code") or announce that it does not intend to make an offer for Anglo. If Xstrata announces that it does not intend to make an offer for Anglo, Xstrata and any person acting in concert with it will, except with the consent of the Takeover Panel Executive, be bound by the restrictions contained in Rule 2.8 of the Code for six months from the date of such announcement. On 22 June, the Board of Anglo unanimously rejected Xstrata's proposal as not being in the best interests of its shareholders. The board stated that it considered the strategic case for the combination to be unattractive for Anglo and, furthermore, the terms proposed by Xstrata to be totally unacceptable. Nothing since then has changed the board's view and the Board reiterates its emphatic rejection of Xstrata's approach.



By 20 October, Xstrata will have had four months to either announce a formal offer or withdraw and Anglo believes it is in the interests of the group and its shareholders that this period of uncertainty is brought to an end. As required by the Code, Anglo confirms that this announcement is not being made with the agreement or approval of Xstrata. A further announcement will be made in due course.
01 Oct 2009 17:32:04
(Official Notice)
In accordance with Rule 2.10 of the city code on takeovers and mergers, the company confirms that it has 1 316 493 628 ordinary shares of USD0.54945 each in issue as at 1 October 2009, excluding treasury shares. The shares in issue include 112 300 129 shares held by Epoch investment Holdings Ltd, Epoch two investment Holdings Ltd and Tarl investment Holdings Ltd, the independent companies which purchase shares as part of the company's share buy back programme. They have waived the right to vote all the shares they hold or will hold in the company.



The company currently has USD1 700 million convertible bonds in issue. The bonds are convertible into fully paid ordinary shares of the company at any time during the period from 17 June 2009 to 28 April 2014. The number of shares to be issued upon exercise of the conversion right shall be determined by dividing the principal amount of the bond (translated into pounds sterling at the fixed rate of USD1.4893/GBP1.00) by the conversion price. The conversion price at the date of issue of the bonds was GBP18.6370. The conversion price is subject to adjustment including in respect of any dividend or distribution made by the company or if a change of control shall occur.
29 Sep 2009 09:12:59
(Media Comment)
Anglo was noticing signs of a recovery in demand for metals. CE Cynthia Carroll was quoted in Business Report as saying "we have seen the worst of the downturn and we are starting to see the first signs of recovery." This view is supported by Barclays Capital, which in a report that commodities are poised for further gains because supply constraints persisted for many raw materials.
07 Sep 2009 11:13:12
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Anglo was unlikely to make a decision for several weeks on whether to force unwanted suitor Xstrata to put forward a formal bid or walk away. Anglo's new chairman, John Parker, has restarted talks with shareholders and is eager to find out their views on the group's rejection of Xstrata's nil-premium merger proposal.
19 Aug 2009 09:21:38
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that two major Anglo shareholders have backed new chairman John Parker's bid to buy time and stave off Xstrata's nil-premium merger proposal. Parker has been meeting with large UK shareholders asking them to give CE Cynthia Carroll time to deliver on planned cost savings. One large shareholder commented that he believes any chance of a merger is effectively dead.
13 Aug 2009 09:07:51
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announces successful exit from Tongaat Hulett shareholding, realising gross proceeds of approximately USD523 million. Anglo American plc announced the completion of the sale by way of an accelerated bookbuild of 51.2 million Tongaat Hulett Ltd ordinary shares placed with qualifying institutional investors at a price of ZAR82.00 per ordinary share.



Due to the strong demand for the Tongaat ordinary shares, Anglo American sold all of its shares in the Equity Placing and therefore there will be no exchangeable bond into Tongaat ordinary shares.
12 Aug 2009 08:14:36
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced the launch to institutional investors of a sale by way of an accelerated bookbuild of its holding of ordinary shares in Tongaat Hulett Ltd and an offering of bonds exchangeable into Tongaat ordinary shares to qualifying institutional investors.



Anglo American will offer its entire existing holding of 51.2 million Tongaat ordinary shares, representing approximately 49.5% of Tongaat's listed shares, however, the final amount of the Equity Placing and Exchangeable issue will be determined subject to respective demand.
11 Aug 2009 08:41:16
(Official Notice)
The following supplementary offering circular has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing: Supplementary Offering Circular dated 7 August 2009 (the "Supplementary Offering Circular") to the offering circular dated 19 March 2009 relating to the USD10 000 000 000 Euro Medium Term Note Program by Anglo and Anglo American Capital plc.
05 Aug 2009 10:28:52
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Xstrata CEO Mick Davis is unfazed over the looming battle to win over shareholders about a proposed merger with Anglo. Davis said in an interview that the two miners will have to sit down and talk at some stage. This is despite Anglo dismissing the proposal as an unwanted "distraction". Davis commented that there is no downside for Anglo by merging with a company that had a "recipe for superior shareholder value creation and performance". Analysts are mixed in their views on the proposed merger, with some supporting it and some against it. Davis also refused to comment on whether a premium was necessary or not.
31 Jul 2009 11:57:11
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announces a significant and high quality new copper prospect at San Enrique Monolito in Chile, near its existing Los Bronces copper operation, with an Inferred Resource of 900 million tonnes. The San Enrique Monolito (SEM) porphyry copper prospect is located immediately adjacent to Anglo American's Los Bronces mine, some 50km to the north-east of Santiago in central Chile. Exploration at SEM has been ongoing since 2005 and to date some 60 000m have been drilled. Due to its proximity to Los Bronces, the models of the mineralisation have been combined and some 1.2 billion tonnes (at an average grade of approximately 0.4%Cu) of the SEM mineralisation have already been reported as Mineral Resources that were published for Los Bronces in the 2008 annual report. These resources fell within the resources shell that was run to test for reasonable prospects of eventual economic extraction. A recent preliminary scoping exercise for an underground block cave operation has indicated potential viability of the deeper parts of the SEM mineralisation. As such, there is an additional Inferred Mineral Resource of 900 million tonnes at a grade of 0.81% Cu and 0.02%Mo containing approximately 7.2 million tonnes of copper.
31 Jul 2009 11:52:57
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announces a significant and high quality new copper prospect at Los Sulfatos in Chile, near its existing Los Bronces copper operation, with an Inferred Resource of 1.2 billion tonnes. The Los Sulfatos porphyry copper and breccia complex is located approximately 6km south of Anglo American's Los Bronces mine and some 50km to the north- east of Santiago in central Chile. Results of recent exploration drilling programmes demonstrate the existence of a world class copper deposit. Based on 22 000 metres of drilling, the current inferred mineral resources are estimated at 1.2 billion tonnes at 1.46% Cu and 0.02% Mo containing an estimated 17.5 million tonnes of copper. The resource estimates are compliant with the Australasian Code for the Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves (the JORC Code) and are quoted above a zero cut-off but are contained within a nominal 1% Cu envelope. The deposit is open in various directions and in terms of overall potential for the Los Sulfatos exploration target, the tonnage is expected to be between four and five billion tonnes at grades of between 0.8% Cu and 1.0% Cu.
31 Jul 2009 11:45:08
(C)
Anglo American's first half underlying earnings were USD1.1 billion, down from USD3.5 billion in the first half of 2008 with operating profit of USD2.1 billion, down from USD6.2 billion, due to a significant decline in realised prices and lower global demand.



Dividends

No dividends was declared. The resumption of the payment of a dividend to shareholders remains a key priority for the board. This will be considered against the background of the overall market environment, the group's capital requirements, as well as the future earnings and cash performance of the business as a whole.
28 Jul 2009 08:36:02
(Media Comment)
Anglo brushed aside reports that it would dispose of its 45% stake in De Beers, as well as its UK building materials firm Tarmac and half its Brazilian iron ore interests. Business Report quoted a report written by Royal Bank of Canada analyst, Des Kilalea, as saying: "Given a inefficient structure in Botswana, which limits the return to De Beers, Anglo may well decide its capital is better deployed elsewhere..." However, Anglo spokesman Pranill Ramchander denied that Anglo had any intention of selling its De Beers stake as well as Brazil's Minas-Rio iron ore mine and added that while it was not the right time to sell Tarmac, it would be sold in the future as it "remains non-core to Anglo".
28 Jul 2009 08:33:18
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the disposal of the balance of its shareholding in Hulamin Ltd ("Hulamin"), in line with Anglo's strategic commitment to focus on its core mining operations. Anglo has sold its residual 35.8 million Hulamin shares to South African institutions at a price of R12.00 per share, realising a consideration of R429 million, approximately USD55 million. Further to the announcement dated 22 July 2009, this transaction completes Anglo's exit from Hulamin, for a combined consideration of R1.16 billion or approximately USD148 million.
27 Jul 2009 09:27:22
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Anglo Platinum Ltd's announcement of their interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2009. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of platinum of USD30 million for the six months ended 30 June 2009, which takes into account certain adjustments.
24 Jul 2009 14:26:39
(Official Notice)
De Beers Societe Anonyme today reported profit before finance charges and taxation for the six months ended 30 June 2009 of USD140 million. Anglo American arrives at its profit before finance charges and taxation in respect of De Beers by accounting for the interests arising from the ordinary shares it holds. Anglo American will therefore report an operating profit of USD4 million for the six months ended 30 June 2009 from its investment in De Beers.
24 Jul 2009 08:21:39
(Official Notice)
23 Jul 2009 09:25:52
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wishes to draw attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd's announcement of their interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2009. Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd of USD230 million for the six months ended 30 June 2009, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2009 on 31 July 2009.
22 Jul 2009 15:03:28
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announced the disposal of the majority of its shareholding in Hulamin Ltd.The South African aluminium products company, in line with Anglo American's strategic commitment to focus on its core mining operations. Anglo American has sold 61 million Hulamin shares to Coronation Asset Management at a price of ZAR12 per share, a premium of approximately 10% to the prevailing market price, realising a total consideration of ZAR732 million or approximately USD93 million. Anglo has therefore reduced its shareholding from 96.8 million shares to a balance of 35.8 million shares, or approximately 17% of Hulamin's shares in issue.
16 Jul 2009 08:39:47
(Media Comment)
According to the Financial Mail, the appointment of Sir John Parker as chairman of Anglo has received overwhelming support. London-based analysts, Tobias Woerner and Andrew Gardner, of MF Global, say Parker "can really serve Cynthia Carroll as a catalyst for change." Woerner and Gardner rate Anglo a buy.
15 Jul 2009 13:46:09
(Official Notice)
Following the appointment of Sir John Parker as a director and chairman- designate of Anglo American plc, and in accordance with Listing Rule 9.6.13, the company confirms Sir John holds the following directorships;

Carnival PLC - director

D.P. World - director

European Aeronautic Defence and Space company director -

Mondi Group - Chairman

National Grid plc - Chairman

The company confirms there is no further information required to be disclosed pursuant to Listing Rule 9.6.13.
13 Jul 2009 10:15:30
(Media Comment)
Investors welcomed Anglo American's appointment on Friday of a new chairman known to the London investment community, but South African government views were mixed. The selection of the right candidate is critical at a time when Anglo is facing a merger proposal from rival Xstrata. Although Xstrata's approach has so far been friendly and it has said it wanted to meet the Anglo board, the board has publicly rejected the suggestion of an all-share merger of equals. But Parker's statement on his appointment appeared to support Anglo's strategy and management. He said Anglo had potential to deliver further growth and value in future. He looked forward to working with the board and "excellent management team led by Cynthia Carroll".
10 Jul 2009 08:16:46
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc is pleased to announce the appointment of Sir John Parker as Chairman.Sir John will join the board of Anglo American plc as a non-executive director with immediate effect and will become Chairman on 1 August, succeeding Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, who will be retiring from the board after seven years as Chairman.
09 Jul 2009 08:44:19
(Media Comment)
The combination of Xstrata and Anglo American would make it possible to increase the scale of the two resource group's activities in health, education and procurement in SA, Xstrata executive GM Thras Moraitis said in an interview yesterday. Xstrata proposed last month to merge with Anglo American in a one-for-one, all-share transaction. The proposal has been rejected by Anglo's board because the terms were unacceptable and it would dilute Anglo's unique portfolio. One of the attractions of Anglo was it's substantial pipeline of growth projects as there was "huge value" in combining the best projects of both groups, Moraitis said. Another advantage of the merger would be that the combined entity would be able to save about USD1 billion a year after the third year through cost savings and synergies, Xstrata said in it's letter to Anglo's board. Lat year Xstrata earned 11% of it's total revenues, or USD3 billion from South Africa while Anglo earned USD3.9 billion from subsidiaries, joint ventures and associates.

08 Jul 2009 08:09:52
(Official Notice)
The company announces that on 7 July 2009 the following non-executive directors of the company subscribed for ordinary shares of USD0.54945 in the capital of the company pursuant to a scheme compliant with Paragraph 17 of the Model code as follows:

Sir Rob Margetts - 388 shares @ GBP17.1585

Sir Mark Moody-Stuart - 781 shares @ GBP17.1585

M A Ramphele - 291 shares @ GBP17.1585
07 Jul 2009 07:54:32
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, pressure grew on Anglo's board to consider Xstrata's merger proposal after one of the company's biggest shareholders, Old Mutual, said that if Xstrata presented an attractive offer Old Mutual would evaluate it. There is pressure on Xstrata to raise its offer for Anglo. Old Mutual Investment Group portfolio manager Anwaar Wagner commented that Anglo's shares were significantly undervalued. Ratings agency Fitch and former Anglo executives have come out in favour of a deal.
03 Jul 2009 09:22:08
(Media Comment)
Former Anglo deputy chairman, Graham Boustred, told Business Day that he supports a merger with Xstrata. Boustred thinks that the entire Anglo board of directors should be swept aside and replaced with Mick Davis' management team from Xstrata, saying this will restore shareholder value. Boustred is the most prominent former Anglo executive to openly voice support for a deal. According to the former executive, insiders have told him that morale is low and operational management is weak. Boustred also condemned the group's downsizing and loss of diversity, which "was a great strength."
30 Jun 2009 10:20:05
(Media Comment)
Anglo American's board of directors is taking steps to fend off Xstrata's unwelcome merger proposal, including seeking a new heavyweight chairman and holding talks with potential allies, according to UK press reports. Two weeks ago, Xstrata proposed an all-share merger with Anglo that would create a group with a market capitalisation of about USD 39 billion. But Anglo American's board of directors has unanimously rejected the suggestion.

26 Jun 2009 14:59:38
(Official Notice)
Two copies of a shareholder circular relating to "Recent Press Announcements by Anglo American" have been submitted to the UK Listing Authority, and will shortly be available for inspection at the UK Listing Authority's Document Viewing Facility.
26 Jun 2009 09:20:22
(Media Comment)
Tony Trahar, the former CEO of Anglo, said in Business Report that the group overpaid for its Brazilian iron ore mines. Trahar also said the USD5.5 billion purchase of the Minas-Rio project was "ill-timed" because commodity prices were expected to fall from their peak and we are "now in a supercycle downward". The former CE defended Anglo's much derided cautiousness commenting that "it has worked through thick and thin".
24 Jun 2009 09:18:37
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that Xstrata might struggle to fund a hostile bid for Anglo. This is after Anglo rejected Xstrata's proposed "merger of equals". Analysts at Barclays and Liberum Capital believe that the value of cost cuts and other advantages from a merger will be wiped out by the additional money Xstrata would have to pay to take over Anglo.
23 Jun 2009 17:09:37
(Official Notice)
Anglo American is saddened to hear the news that Professor Karel van Miert, a director of the board since 2002, passed away on June 22.
23 Jun 2009 08:51:16
(Official Notice)
Under the provisions of Rule 8.3 of the Takeover Code, if any person is, or becomes, "interested" (directly or indirectly) in 1% or more of any class of "relevant securities" of Anglo American or Xstrata plc ("Xstrata"), all "dealings" in any "relevant securities" of that company (including by means of an option in respect of, or a derivative referenced to, any such "relevant securities") must be publicly disclosed by no later than 3.30 pm (London time) on the London business day following the date of the relevant transaction. This requirement will continue until the date on which the offer becomes, or is declared, unconditional as to acceptances, lapses or is otherwise withdrawn or on which the "offer period" otherwise ends. If two or more persons act together pursuant to an agreement or understanding, whether formal or informal, to acquire an "interest" in "relevant securities" of Anglo American or Xstrata, they will be deemed to be a single person for the purpose of Rule 8.3. Under the provisions of Rule 8.1 of the Code, all "dealings" in "relevant securities" of either Anglo American or Xstrata by Anglo American or Xstrata, or by any of their respective "associates", must be disclosed by no later than 12.00 noon (London time) on the London business day following the date of the relevant transaction.
23 Jun 2009 08:46:02
(Official Notice)
On 21 June the board of Anglo American plc announced that it had received a preliminary proposal from Xstrata plc ("Xstrata") in relation to a potential transaction involving the group. The board of Anglo American has regularly reviewed its strategic alternatives, including the rationale for a combination with Xstrata, as a way of progressing Anglo American's objectives. In view of Xstrata's formal request that Anglo American should now consider a merger, the board has updated its views on the merits of a potential combination. The board has concluded that a combination with Xstrata would profoundly impact the nature of the group's portfolio by significantly diluting Anglo American's unique exposure to the structurally attractive platinum, iron ore and diamond markets while increasing exposure to nickel and zinc. In reaching its view the board has also had particular regard to the comparative quality and life of the producing assets and the growth to be delivered from the respective project portfolios of the two companies. The board also believes that the integrated approach to asset optimisation and procurement that the group has implemented will deliver substantial further cost savings for the benefit of Anglo American shareholders. The board has therefore concluded that the strategic case for the combination is unattractive for Anglo American shareholders. Irrespective of this lack of strategic merit, the terms proposed by Xstrata were totally unacceptable. In the light of the review the board of Anglo American has unanimously concluded that the proposed combination with Xstrata would not be in the interest of Anglo American shareholders.
22 Jun 2009 09:52:31
(Media Comment)
Anglo is not in need of finance. Finweek reported CEO Cynthia Carroll as saying that the group "tends to think positively" about prospects for metals and does not "think a rights issue is necessary". Carroll also believes that "the fundamentals of the industry haven't changed". On 15 June 2009 investors were worried about Anglo needing to pump cash into 45%-held associate De Beers. Carroll also said that she has no regrets over buying Minas-Rio, a Brazilian iron ore prospect, even though it had affected the group's finances, believing that it was a long-term buy.
22 Jun 2009 09:11:24
(Official Notice)
The board of Anglo noted the recent press speculation and confirmed that it has received a preliminary proposal from Xstrata plc which may or may not lead to a transaction involving the group. However, this situation is at a very preliminary stage and there is no certainty that any transaction will be forthcoming. A further announcement will be made if and when appropriate.
11 Jun 2009 09:24:04
(Media Comment)
Anglo's 45% associate De Beers would consider the Labour court order handed down this week, declaring it's recent retrenchment notices invalid, before deciding whether to appeal or to reissue them, it said. Commodities companies ranging from steel to platinum and ferrochrome have had to retrench staff after last year's sharp fall in prices. According to some estimates, up to 50 000 jobs could be lost in the mining sector. The Labour Court held that De Beer's action was indeed illegal and declared that the termination of member's contracts is of no force and effect. It also ordered De Beers to pay the costs," the NUM said. De Beers said it employed 2 574 people in six mining operations. At the start of it's retrenchment process, 1 400 jobs were at risk but several hundred posts were already vacant. In total, 659 employees were affected by the restructuring, of whom 286 applied for voluntary retrenchment and 373 were forced.
04 Jun 2009 09:07:21
(Media Comment)
Global mining group Anglo American said it was "happy to collaborate with any investigation " by the Venezuelan government into possible health and environmental damage arising from activities at it's 91%-owned Loma de Niquel mine. Anglo spokesman Pranill Ramchander said Loma de Niquel took pride in it's environmental record but would collaborate with any probe because it believed in transparency. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has taken a strong stance against western-owned mining companies, while forming closer alliances with Russian investors. In January last year it cancelled the mine's exploration concessions, citing Anglo's failure to meet certain conditions. It said Anglo has not maintained roads in the vicinity of the mine or provided workers with low cost food.
02 Jun 2009 08:52:17
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that a sharp fall in prices of high grade inputs for steel making is set further undermine Anglo's performance relative to its rivals, especially Rio Tinto. Under initial benchmark prices agreed in the last week of May 2009, top quality iron ores slumped more than the most widely used grade. This has led to some analysts forecasting in earnings cuts for Anglo, and upgrades for Rio and Vale. Rio Tinto shares have doubled in 2009, outperforming Anglo's smaller 21% rise. Shares in Anglo have also underperformed a 54% surge in the Dow Jones Stoxx European basic resources index.
06 May 2009 12:33:29
(Official Notice)
The offering circular has been approved by the UK listing authority and is available for viewing:

Offering Circular dated 30 April 2009 relating to the issue of USD1 700 000 000 4.00 per cent.

To view the offering circular, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/5199R_-2009-4-30.pdf
05 May 2009 12:29:09
(Official Notice)
In accordance with the FSA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules, the company announces that, at 6pm on 30 April 2009:

* it had 1 342 924 336 issued ordinary shares of USD0.54945 each admitted to trading. Each ordinary share carries the right to one vote in relation to all circumstances at general meetings of the company;

* it held 26 433 510 ordinary shares in treasury. The voting rights of treasury shares are automatically suspended;

* accordingly, it had total voting rights of 1 316 490 826.

The total voting rights figure (1 316 490 826) may be used by shareholders (and others with notification obligations) as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine whether they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the company under the FSA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
05 May 2009 11:48:23
(Official Notice)
David Weston has been appointed as Technical Director. David will continue as a member of the Executive Committee of Anglo American and will take up his new role with immediate effect, succeeding Tony Redman, who has retired from the group.
30 Apr 2009 08:15:15
(Official Notice)
Overview

Platinum equivalent refined production in line with full year target;

*Planned higher rates of smelting for the balance of 2009 are in line with expected refined platinum production of 2.4 million ounces for the year. Iron ore production in line with previous quarter and up 22% on the first quarter of 2008 as Sishen jig plant continues to ramp up.

Coal and diamond production reduced in response to lower anticipated demand Copper production decreased due to lower ore grades at Los Bronces.



Balance sheet strengthened through series of measures to provide financial flexibility:

*USD4.7 billion of new financing secured

*USD2 billion bond issued - strong demand and priced at bottom of range

*USD1.7 billion convertible bond issued - strong demand, 35% conversion premium and priced below indicative range at 4% coupon

*USD1 billion BNDES loan finalised to finance Minas-Rio iron ore project

*USD1.8 billion of total cash proceeds from sale of residual stake in AngloGold Ashanti - sold at a strong price



Undrawn committed bank facilities and cash increased to over USD9 billion Anglo American has taken a series of proactive measures in response to the current economic environment and is positioned strongly to weather those conditions and to deliver long term shareholder value through its existing operations and its well funded growth pipeline of world class development projects.

Results for the half year to 30 June 2009 will be announced on 3 August 2009.
21 Apr 2009 15:46:38
(Official Notice)
The company announces that share awards granted under the LTIP in 2006 vested on 20 April 2009. These shares will be transferred to the undernoted directors / PDMRs subject to the deduction of ordinary shares to meet appropriate income tax and national insurance liabilities. Following those deductions, the net increases in share interests are:

R Medori - (Director) - 13 706 shares

P M Baum - (PDMR) - 3 951 shares

B R Beamish - (PDMR) - 3 687 shares

R J King - (PDMR) - 8 972 shares

The notification of these transactions is to satisfy the company's obligations under the Financial services authority disclosure rules 3.1.2 to 3.1.4.
21 Apr 2009 07:37:40
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced the full exercise of the over- allotment option (greenshoe) by Goldman Sachs International and Morgan Stanley - Co International plc, on behalf of the managers (as defined below), following the successful offering of its convertible bonds (the "bonds") on 16 April 2009, increasing the overall size of the offering to USD1.7 billion.



Goldman Sachs International, acting as stabilising manager, has informed Anglo that it has not to date carried out any stabilisation activities.



Application will be made to the Financial Services Authority in its capacity as competent authority under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (the "UKLA") for the bonds to be admitted to the Official List of the UKLA and to be admitted to trading on the London Stock Exchange's Professional Securities Market. Listing particulars will be prepared in connection with the listing of the bonds.
20 Apr 2009 13:30:05
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majorities at the company's annual general meeting held at The Royal Society at 11.00am on Wednesday 15 April 2009. In line with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting. Electoral Reform Services acted as independent assessors and the result of the polls was as follows. This announcement will be available for viewing on the company's website, www.angloamerican.co.uk, along with a transcript of the annual general meeting,
20 Apr 2009 08:51:51
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that rating agency DBRS has downgraded the long- and short-term ratings of Anglo. DBRS' reasons were deteriorating commodity prices and higher leverage as a result of acquisitions and robust capital spending.
16 Apr 2009 13:34:14
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc is pleased to announce the successful placement of its offering of USd1.5 billion principal amount of Convertible bonds due 2014, announced earlier. The proceeds of the offering will be used for general corporate purposes. Under the terms of the offering, there will be a 90-day lock-up period on issuances or sales of shares or equity-linked securities by the company, subject to certain customary exceptions. The principal amount of the bonds is USD1.5 billion. The offering may be further increased to a maximum of USD1.7 billion if the over-allotment option granted to the Joint bookrunners is exercised in full and by 30 April at the latest. The bonds will be convertible into new ordinary shares of Anglo American plc and will have a coupon of 4% per annum, payable in two semi-annual instalments, and a conversion price of GBP18.6370. The bonds will be issued at 100% of their principal amount and, unless previously redeemed, converted or cancelled, will mature on the fifth anniversary of the issue of the Bonds in 2014. The company will have the option to call the bonds after the first three years should the price of the shares exceed 130% of the then prevailing conversion price over a specified period. Settlement and delivery of the bonds is expected to take place on 7 May 2009.
16 Apr 2009 08:18:02
(Official Notice)
Anglo (the "company" or the "Issuer") announced that it intends to make an offering of USD1.5 billion principal amount of convertible bonds ("bonds") due 2014 (the "Offering") in order to further strengthen its balance sheet, diversify its sources of funding and lengthen its debt maturity profile. The proceeds of the offering will be used for general corporate purposes. Under the terms of the offering, there will be a 90-day lock-up period on issuances or sales of shares or equity-linked securities by the company, subject to certain customary exceptions.



The aggregate principal amount of the issue is USD1.5 billion which may be increased to USD1.7 billion in the event the over-allotment option granted to the joint bookrunners is exercised in full. The bonds will be convertible into new ordinary shares of Anglo ("shares") and are expected to have a semi-annual coupon in the range of 4.25-4.75% per annum and an expected initial conversion price at a premium of 30-35% above the weighted average price of the Shares during the course of Thursday, 16 April 2009, up to the time of pricing. The bonds will be issued at 100% of their principal amount and, unless previously redeemed, converted or cancelled, will mature on the fifth anniversary of the issue of the bonds in 2014. The company will have the option to call the bonds after the first three years, should the price of the shares exceed 130% of the then prevailing conversion price over a specified period. The final terms of the bonds are expected to be announced on Thursday, 16 April 2009. The bonds are being offered only to qualified investors within the meaning of Directive 2003/71/EC of the European Parliament and the Council of November 4th, 2003, in accordance with the respective regulations of each country in which the bonds are offered. The bonds are not being offered or sold in the United States of America or to, or for the account or benefit of, US persons. Settlement and delivery of the bonds is expected to take place no later than 7 May 2009.



Application will be made to the London Stock Exchange plc (the "London Stock Exchange") for the bonds to be listed on the official list of the London Stock Exchange and to be admitted to trading on the London Stock Exchange's Professional Securities Market. Listing particulars will be prepared in connection with the listing of the bonds.
15 Apr 2009 07:41:22
(Official Notice)
The following amendment has been made to the `Issue of USD Senior Notes due 2014/2019' announcement released on 9 April 2009 at 16.46 under RNS No 4717Q.

"USD1 250 000 9.375% Senior Notes due 2014" has been changed to

"USD1 250 000 000 9.375% Senior Notes due 2014."

All other details remain unchanged.

The full amended text is shown below:

Pursuant to DTR 6.1.11, Anglo American plc announces that the USD notes issued by Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo American plc listed below were issued on 8 April 2009 and have been admitted to listing on the official List of the U.K. listing authority and to trading on the London Stock Exchange, a regulated market:

USD1 250 000 000 9.375% Senior Notes due 2014

USD750 000 000 9.375% Senior Notes due 2019

The notes were sold in the United States to qualified institutional buyers under rule 144A of the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and outside the United States to non-US persons in reliance on regulations of the Securities Act. The notes listed above have not been, and will not be, registered under the Securities Act, or under the securities legislation of any state of the United States, and may not be offered or sold in the United States, other than pursuant to an exemption from, or in a transaction not subject to, the registration requirements of the Securities Act.
14 Apr 2009 08:01:52
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc announces that the USD notes issued by Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo American plc listed below were issued on 8 April 2009 and have been admitted to listing on the official list of the U.K. listing authority and to trading on the london stock.

Exchange, a regulated market:

USD1.250.000 9.375% Senior notes due 2014

USD750.000.000 9.375% Senior notes due 2019

The notes were sold in the United States to qualified institutional buyers under rule 144A of the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and outside the United States to non-US persons in reliance on regulations of the securities act. The notes listed above have not been, and will not be, registered under the securities act, or under the securities legislation of any state of the United States, and may not be offered or sold in the United States, other than pursuant to an exemption from, or in a transaction not subject to, the registration requirements of the Securities Act.
09 Apr 2009 10:05:50
(Media Comment)
The Financial Mail reported that Anglo has sucked R1.9 billion from 79%-held subsidiary Anglo Platinum ("Angloplat") in "related party" deals since January 2008. This includes R1.5 billion for purchases of goods and services from Anglo, 171% up on 2007. In addition, Angloplat agreed to pay USD22.5 million to Anglo for assets in Zimbabwe, including the Unki mine. However the details of this transaction remain murky. Answering a question on the increasing amount of cash Angloplat was paying to Anglo posed by shareholder activist Theo Botha at Angloplat's AGM, Angloplat CEO Neville Nicolau said "we really monitor this quite carefully to ensure that we get value".
06 Apr 2009 15:30:13
(Official Notice)
The following offering memorandum has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing: Offering Memorandum dated 6 April 2009 (the "offering memorandum") relating to the USD1 250 000 9.375% senior notes due 2014 and the USD750 000 000 9.375% senior notes due 2019 of Anglo American Capital plc guaranteed by Anglo. To view the offering memorandum, please paste the following URL into the address bar of your browser.

http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/2077Q_-2009-4-6.pdf
03 Apr 2009 08:12:31
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has priced a two tranche bond offering made to qualified institutional buyers in the United States and to investors outside the United States. The offering comprises USD1 250 million 9.375% senior notes due 2014 and USD750 million 9.375% senior notes due 2019. Anglo expects the offering to close on 8 April 2009, subject to customary closing conditions.
18 Mar 2009 09:17:48
(Official Notice)
Anglo American announced the sale of its remaining 11.3% shareholding (39 911 282 shares) in AngloGold Ashanti Ltd to investment funds managed by Paulson - Co Inc for USD32.00 per share in cash, generating proceeds of USD1.28 billion. The proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes. Consistent with Anglo American's stated intention to dispose of this non-core holding, Anglo American no longer owns any shares in AngloGold Ashanti. At 31 December 2008, Anglo American's shareholding in AngloGold Ashanti was 16.2%. Subsequent to this date, Anglo American disposed of 17.3 million shares in AngloGold Ashanti and, combined with this transaction, realises total proceeds of USD1.77 billion. The securities referred to herein have not been and will not be registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S. Securities Act"), and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements of the U.S. Securities Act. This press release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy such securities in the United States or in any other jurisdiction where such offer is unlawful. Deutsche Bank provided assistance in connection with the transaction. UBS and Goldman Sachs have also provided advice to Anglo American in relation to its shareholding in AngloGold Ashanti.
18 Mar 2009 08:03:27
(Media Comment)
Business Day noted that Anglo has sold its remaining 11.3% stake in AngloGold Ashanti Ltd for USD32.00 per share in cash. Anglo raised USD1.28 billion by way of the disposal.
13 Mar 2009 17:17:43
(Official Notice)
Two copies of the company's annual report and accounts for the year ended 31 December 2008 and notice of meeting have been submitted to the UK listing authority, and will shortly be available for inspection at the UK listing authority's document viewing facility, which is situated at: financial services authority.
02 Mar 2009 13:53:30
(Official Notice)
According to Finweek, Anglo has lost its status as one of the top investments in the resources sector. In terms of market value, the company is now only the tenth largest mining group in the world, down from third spot previously. In addition, Anglo may not fulfil the requirements to be considered a blue chip anymore. For instance, as a pure-play mining company it does not have stable earnings any longer, its liabilities have more than doubled, and for the first time since the second world war it did not pay a dividend.
20 Feb 2009 11:15:19
(C)
Turnover increased from USD25.4 billion to USD26.3 billion in 2008. Profit before taxation decreased to USD8.5 billion (2007:USDR8.8 billion). Profit attributable to ordinary shareholders decreased to USD5.2 billion (2007: USD7.3 billion). In addition, headline earnings on a per share basis decreased to USD378cps (2007:USD418cps).



Dividends per share

Dividend payments suspended. Commitment to resume dividend payments as soon as market conditions allow delivering safe production.



Prospects

As a result of the global economic slowdown, the second half of 2008 saw markedly lower commodity prices, following several years of highly supportive prices. Across the industry, there has been curtailment of some high cost operations in markets where prices and demand have declined significantly, for example in nickel, platinum, iron ore and coking coal, while the difficult financing environment is expected to continue to impact the funding and timing of many potential new mines and expansions by both major and junior miners, thereby having the potential to further constrain future supply when economic growth returns. The world economy faces an unprecedented level of uncertainty and the outlook remains poor in the near term, with expectations for continuing volatility and weakness in commodity prices. It is against this backdrop that Anglo American has taken a series of measures to ensure that the group's operating and cost profiles are appropriate and that its balance sheet and capital structure have sufficient flexibility through the current downturn. However, over the medium to long term, Anglo American believes that the fundamentals of its core commodities remain attractive, with significant value to be created by the group's long life, low cost growth projects, several of which are timed to enter production from 2011. The economic recovery of the OECD member countries and the ongoing industrialisation of the world's major developing markets are expected to drive long term demand for commodities, stimulated further by government spending programmes in many major economies, including the US and China.
16 Feb 2009 16:26:16
(Official Notice)
The company announces that it was notified on 15 February 2009 that BoE Private clients, acting on behalf of Mr Fred Phaswana, a non-executive director of the company, sold 3,591 Anglo American plc ordinary shares of US$0.54945 each on 5 March 2008.
16 Feb 2009 13:29:17
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wishes to draw attention to the Kumba Iron Ore Ltd announcement of their results for the year ended 31 December 2008. Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd of USD558 million for the year ended 31 December 2008, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American will report results for the year ended 31 December 2008 on 20 February 2009.
09 Feb 2009 11:27:31
(Official Notice)
Anglo American wishes to draw attention to Anglo Platinum Ltd's announcement of their results for the year ended 31 December 2008. Anglo American will report underlying earnings in respect of Platinum of USD1 313 million for the year ended 31 December 2008, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American will report results for the year ended 31 December 2008 on 20 February 2009.
02 Feb 2009 14:12:29
(Official Notice)
In accordance with the FSA's disclosure and transparency rules, the company announces that, at 6pm on 30 January 2009:

*It had 1 342 922 275 issued ordinary shares of USD0.54945 each admitted to trading. Each ordinary share carries the right to one vote in relation to all circumstances at general meetings of the company

*It held 26 433 510 ordinary shares in treasury. The voting rights of treasury shares are automatically suspended it had total voting rights of 1 316 488 765.

The total voting rights figure (1 316 488 765) may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine whether they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the company under the FSA's disclosure and transparency rules.
22 Jan 2009 09:40:18
(Media Comment)
Mining giant Anglo American said this week it was looking to buy assets at the "bottom of the cycle". The "current market may offer opportunities to acquire capacity for less than it would cost to build", the company told investors. Anglo was monitoring opportunities "closely", it said. Reported in Business Day.
23 Dec 2008 17:50:01
(Official Notice)
The principal dates in respect of the interim dividend for the year to 31 December 2009 are currently scheduled as follows:

*Last date to trade on the JSE to qualify for dividend- Friday 14 August 2009

*Ex-dividend JSE- Monday 17 August 2009

*Payment date- Thursday 17 September 2009

Any changes to the abovementioned dates will be notified.
19 Dec 2008 08:46:11
(Media Comment)
Business Day noted that Anglo's A-/A-2 long- and -short-term ratings have been placed on CreditWatch with negative implications by Standard - Poor's because of a "sharp market downturn" that could culminate in "much lower cash flows". This follows Anglo's decision to halve its 2009 capital expenditure.
17 Dec 2008 10:07:49
(Official Notice)
08 Dec 2008 17:52:24
(Official Notice)
Anglo announces that it will release the results of its review of planned capital expenditure for 2009 on Wednesday, 17 December 2008.
03 Nov 2008 14:07:22
(Official Notice)
The company announces that it had 1 342 919 020 issued ordinary shares of USD0.54945 each admitted to trading. Each ordinary share carries the right to one vote in relation to all circumstances. At the general meetings of the company it held 26 433 510 ordinary shares in treasury. The voting rights of treasury shares are automatically suspended; accordingly, it had total voting rights of 1 316 485 510. The total voting rights figure (1 316 485 510) may be used by shareholders (and others with notification obligations) as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine whether they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the company under the FSA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
23 Oct 2008 10:01:07
(Official Notice)
02 Oct 2008 08:46:31
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 50 000 of its ordinary shares on 1 October 2008 at prices between GBP18.08 and GBP19.48 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
01 Oct 2008 12:17:26
(Official Notice)
The company announces that, pursuant to the authority granted by shareholders at the annual general meeting held on 15 April 2008, Anglo American plc purchased 50 000 of its ordinary shares on 30 September 2008 at prices between GBP16.96 and GBP18.87 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares. Anglo American plc currently holds 26 333 510 ordinary shares in treasury, and has 1 316 583 204 ordinary shares in issue (excluding treasury shares) and the independent companies referred to in the announcement of 23 March 2006 together hold 112 300 129 ordinary shares, representing 8.53% of Anglo American plc's ordinary shares in issue (excluding treasury shares).
30 Sep 2008 09:48:23
(Official Notice)
The company announces that, pursuant to the authority granted by shareholders at the annual general meeting held on 15 April 2008, Anglo American plc purchased 100 000 of its ordinary shares on 29 September 2008 at prices between GBP18.03 and GBP19.26 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares. Anglo American plc currently holds 26 283 510 ordinary shares in treasury, and has 1 316 633 204 ordinary shares in issue (excluding treasury shares) and the independent companies referred to in the announcement of 23 March 2006 together hold 112 300 129 ordinary shares, representing 8.53% of Anglo American plc's ordinary shares in issue (excluding treasury shares).
29 Sep 2008 08:38:15
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 200 000 of its ordinary shares on 26 September 2008 at prices between GBP19.74 and GBP20.30 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
26 Sep 2008 08:03:18
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 200 000 of its ordinary shares on 25 September 2008 at prices between GBP20.12 and GBP20.74 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
25 Sep 2008 08:11:51
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 200 000 of its ordinary shares on 24 September 2008 at prices between GBP19.98 and GBP21.09 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
25 Sep 2008 08:10:23
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 150 000 of its ordinary shares on 23 September 2008 at prices between GBP21.22 and GBP22.27 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
18 Sep 2008 08:07:42
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 100 000 of its ordinary shares on 17 September 2008 at prices between GBP20.65 and GBP21.82 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
17 Sep 2008 08:28:33
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 186 773 of its ordinary shares on 16 September 2008 at prices between GBP21.75 and GBP23.29 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
16 Sep 2008 08:14:59
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 194 471 of its ordinary shares on 15 September 2008 at prices between GBP23.43 and GBP24.20 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
12 Sep 2008 11:38:50
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 142 138 of its ordinary shares on 11 September 2008 at prices between GBP22.09 and GBP23.03 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
11 Sep 2008 08:14:04
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 268 000 of its ordinary shares on 10 September 2008 at prices between GBP21.83 and GBP23.02 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
10 Sep 2008 08:14:52
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 250 000 of its ordinary shares on 9 September 2008 at prices between GBP21.91 and GBP24.02 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
09 Sep 2008 08:12:23
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 40 000 of its ordinary shares on 8 September 2008 at prices between GBP23.95 and GBP24.77 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
08 Sep 2008 08:47:55
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 300 000 of its ordinary shares on 5 September 2008 at prices between GBP22.99 and GBP24.55 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
05 Sep 2008 08:01:48
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 247 000 of its ordinary shares on 4 September 2008 at prices between GBP24.39 and GBP26.03 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
04 Sep 2008 08:13:31
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 190 108 of its ordinary shares on 3 September 2008 at prices between GBP25.54 and GBP26.68 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
03 Sep 2008 08:08:38
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 300 000 of its ordinary shares on 2 September 2008 at prices between GBP26.29 and GBP27.65 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
02 Sep 2008 08:16:19
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 78 310 of its ordinary shares on 1 September 2008 at prices between GBP27.72 and GBP29.04 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
01 Sep 2008 09:03:40
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 74 570 of its ordinary shares on 29 August 2008 at prices between GBP29.06 and GBP29.87 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
29 Aug 2008 08:59:27
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 71 000 of its ordinary shares on 28 August 2008 at prices between GBP28.53 and GBP29.45 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
28 Aug 2008 08:36:42
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 63 000 of its ordinary shares on 27 August 2008 at prices between GBP27.90 and GBP28.90 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
27 Aug 2008 17:56:18
(Official Notice)
As announced on 31 July 2008, the equivalent of the dividend declared for the six months to 30 June 2008 of USD44cps in rands is R3.2490 per ordinary share. Dividend warrants are scheduled to be mailed on Wednesday 17 September 2008 for payment on Thursday 18 September 2008. Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 31 July 2008 and are included on the company's website www.angloamerican.co.uk.
27 Aug 2008 08:08:06
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 148 000 of its ordinary shares on 26 August 2008 at prices between GBP27.39 and GBP28.34 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
26 Aug 2008 08:15:29
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 84 000 of its ordinary shares on 22 August 2008 at prices between GBP28.40 and GBP29.10 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
22 Aug 2008 08:08:25
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 100 000 of its ordinary shares on 21 August 2008 at prices between GBP27.84 and GBP28.76 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
21 Aug 2008 09:00:01
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 151 927 of its ordinary shares on 20 August 2008 at prices between GBP27.20 and GBP27.86 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
20 Aug 2008 08:04:14
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 151 000 of its ordinary shares on 19 August 2008 at prices between GBP26.67 and GBP27.32 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
19 Aug 2008 08:02:13
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 80 000 of its ordinary shares on 18 August 2008 at prices between GBP27.64 and GBP28.38 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
18 Aug 2008 08:17:27
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 200 000 of its ordinary shares on 15 August 2008 at an average price of GBP28.06 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
15 Aug 2008 08:06:11
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 826 of its ordinary shares on 14 August 2008 at an average price of GBP28.50 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
14 Aug 2008 08:20:03
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 185 000 of its ordinary shares on 13 August 2008 at prices between GBP26.90 and GBP28.12 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
13 Aug 2008 08:30:55
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 95 000 of its ordinary shares on 12 August 2008 at prices between GBP26.00 and GBP26.90 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
12 Aug 2008 07:58:50
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 102 000 of its ordinary shares on 11 August 2008 at prices between GBP26.68 and GBP27.61 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
08 Aug 2008 08:03:28
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 135 000 of its ordinary shares on 7 August 2008 at prices between GBP27.10 and GBP28.85 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
07 Aug 2008 10:44:15
(Media Comment)
According to the Financial Mail, up until two years ago, Anglo seemed to be contracting. Under former CE Tony Trahar, the group began withdrawing from non-mining related core activities. However, the group has since moved a long way on that front and no longer looks in any danger of shrinking. Instead its mining activities are expanding fast and it has a USD45 billion project pipeline, up from USD40 billion in February 2008.
07 Aug 2008 08:08:32
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 130 000 of its ordinary shares on 6 August 2008 at prices between GBP27.45 and GBP28.94 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
06 Aug 2008 10:08:01
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 200 869 of its ordinary shares on 5 August 2008 at prices between GBP25.35 and GBP27.09 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
06 Aug 2008 10:05:12
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has completed the transaction through which Anglo has acquired control of the Minas-Rio iron ore project and the Amapa iron ore system in Brazil for USD3.5 billion in cash.
05 Aug 2008 08:24:34
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 125 000 of its ordinary shares on 4 August 2008 at prices between GBP26.33 and GBP27.55 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares.
04 Aug 2008 09:37:09
(Official Notice)
Anglo purchased 106 000 of its ordinary shares on 1 August 2008 at prices between GBP27.50 and GBP28.57 per share. The purchased shares will all be held as treasury shares. Anglo currently holds 20 889 518 ordinary shares in treasury, and has 1 322 027 196 ordinary shares in issue (excluding treasury shares).
31 Jul 2008 11:19:39
(C)
28 Jul 2008 12:35:11
(Official Notice)
Anglo and Mr Eike Batista, the controlling shareholder of MMX Mineracao e Metalicos SA ("MMX") and IronX Mineracao SA ("IronX"), announced that they are progressing the proposed transaction through which Anglo will acquire control of IronX, the company that controls the Minas-Rio iron ore project and the Amapa iron ore system in Brazil. In respect of the ongoing investigation in Brazil, Mr Batista has offered a personal indemnity, with no additional obligation on MMX, to cover any potential losses that may be incurred by Anglo as a result of the investigation. Anglo has accepted the terms of the indemnity and, subject to the satisfaction of final conditions under the transaction agreements, which the parties are diligently seeking to fulfil, the transaction will be completed by 5 August 2008.
28 Jul 2008 09:20:14
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Anglo Platinum Ltd's ("Angloplat's") announcement of its results for the six months ended 30 June 2008. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Angloplat of USD850 million for the period ended 30 June 2008, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo will report results for the period ended 30 June 2008 on 31 July 2008.
24 Jul 2008 08:50:13
(Official Notice)
Anglo drew attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd's ("Kumba's") announcement of their interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2008. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba of USD247 million for the six months ended 30 June 2008, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo will report results for the six months ended 30 June 2008 on 31 July 2008.
23 Jul 2008 12:31:26
(Official Notice)
Anglo arrives at its underlying earnings in respect of De Beers by accounting for the interests arising from the ordinary shares and the 10% preference shares it holds. Anglo will therefore report underlying earnings of USD166 million for the six months ended 30 June 2008 from its investment in De Beers.
23 Jul 2008 10:49:57
(Official Notice)
Anglo advise that De Beers Societe Anonyme have released their interim results for the six months ending 30 June 2008.
14 Jul 2008 15:21:04
(Official Notice)
Anglo noted the investigation in Brazil in relation to Mr Eike Batista and MMX AmapA Mineracao Ltda, part of the EBX group of companies. As previously announced, Anglo is party to a stock purchase agreement with Eike Batista and other selling shareholders, as well as other related agreements with MMX Mineracao e MetAlicos SA and other parties related to the EBX group. Pursuant to these agreements, Anglo agreed to purchase a majority interest in IronX Mineracao SA, the company that holds the 51% interest in the Minas-Rio iron ore project and a 70% shareholding in the AmapA iron ore system, upon satisfaction of certain conditions.



Many of the conditions to completion have already been fulfilled or waived. As the transaction moves toward completion and as part of its pre-completion exercises, Anglo will be assessing information concerning the investigation, which the selling shareholders have agreed to provide on an expedited basis. Anglo and the selling shareholders will each make decisions in respect of the remaining conditions and their respective rights and obligations under the agreements as this information becomes available. Anglo currently owns a 49% interest in the MMX Minas-Rio mine and pipeline project and in the LLX Minas-Rio port project. MMX has informed Anglo that neither of these projects is a subject of the investigation.
09 Jul 2008 08:18:25
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, the government criticised Anglo's South African transformation efforts. The government has accused the mining giant of failing to appoint black CEOs and enough senior managers at its business units. Government spokesperson Bheki Khumalo said that "even in instances where they do appoint, we are still not clear about the role of the CE at its South African operations".
03 Jul 2008 16:18:25
(Official Notice)
The company announces that Dr Chris Fay, a non executive director of the company, resigned as non executive chairman of Expro International Group plc on 30 June 2008. The company also announces that Dr Fay was appointed as non executive chairman of Brightside Group plc on 27 June 2008. Brightside Group plc is an insurance broking and financial services business which was readmitted to the LSE AIM on 30 June 2008.
25 Jun 2008 14:12:33
(Official Notice)
Anglo has been an investor in Zimbabwe for 60 years. The Unki platinum project in Zimbabwe, which has been in development since 2003, is a long-term investment for a mine which is yet to start production and will not generate revenues for some years. Anglo is deeply concerned about the current political situation in Zimbabwe and condemns the violence and human rights abuses that are taking place. Anglo is monitoring the situation in Zimbabwe very closely and is reviewing all options surrounding the development of the project. It has been made clear to Anglo that if it ceases to develop this project, the Government of Zimbabwe will assume control.



Anglo has a clear responsibility to protect the wellbeing of its more than 650 employees and contractors, as well as their families and all those who depend indirectly on the activity around the project, all of whose livelihoods would be jeopardised should the company withdraw from Zimbabwe. The responsible development of the Unki mine will create a long-term viable business which will be important to the economic future of Zimbabwe for years to come. Anglo continues to support the communities around the project with a number of important social development activities, including the provision of basic food and supplies, the building of a dam to help support agriculture through the reliable supply of water and the provision of financial and other assistance to the primary and secondary schools and community health facilities. Anglo is in full compliance with all relevant national and international laws relating to its activities in Zimbabwe.
20 Jun 2008 08:36:46
(Media Comment)
Anglo CE Cynthia Carroll was quoted in Business Day as saying that the group has evaluated possible merger opportunities but had yet to find anything that could excite shareholders. Shares in the company had previously jumped on rumours that Brazil's Vale was launching a takeover bid for Anglo. However, Vale denied it was involved in takeover talks. Carroll also said that Anglo's independence was continuously been assessed and that the group was regularly looking for opportunities.
18 Jun 2008 07:57:40
(Media Comment)
Business Day noted that Anglo surged 8.4% to a new high of R547.00 on Tuesday, 18 June 2008. This was after a UK newspaper reported that Brazilian iron ore giant Vale was preparing a takeover bid. Anglo spokesman Pranill Ramchander said the company would not comment on market rumours.
17 Jun 2008 08:37:09
(Official Notice)
The following final terms are available for viewing: final terms for Anglo's JPY 5 000 000 000 floating rate; notes due June 2011 guaranteed by Anglo issued pursuant to the offering circular dated 20 March 2008 in connection with the USD6 000 000 000; Euro medium term note programme by Anglo American Capital plc and Anglo American plc.



13 Jun 2008 08:27:01
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that it has agreed to sell Tarmac Iberia S.A.U. to Holcim Spain, a subsidiary of Holcim Ltd., for a total consideration of up to Euro148 million (USD230 million).
16 May 2008 09:47:25
(Media Comment)
Business Day noted that the strike at Anglo's Skorpion zinc mine in Namibia, had entered its sixth day by Thursday, 15 May 2008. The union is demanding a 14% salary increase, whereas Anglo is only offering 10%. The mine produces about 150 000 tons of special high-grade zinc a year.
15 May 2008 09:56:40
(Official Notice)
Please note that the principal dates in respect of the interim dividend for the year to 31 December 2008 are currently scheduled as follows:

*Announcement date (amount declared in USD with ZAR equivalent): Thursday 31 July 2008

*Last day to effect removals between the UK - SA Registers Wednesday 30 July 2008

*Last date to trade on the JSE to qualify for dividend: Friday 15 August 2008

*Ex-dividend JSE: Monday 18 August 2008

*Ex-dividend LSE: Wednesday 20 August 2008

*Record date (UK - SA Registers): Friday 22 August (Bank holiday UK: Monday 25 August)

*USD:GBP/- currency conversion announced: Wednesday 27 August 2008

*Removals between the UK - SA registers permissible from Wednesday 27 August 2008

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates by CSDPs: Wednesday 27 August 2008

*Last day for receipt of DRIP Mandates by the UK - SA Registrars: Thursday 28 August 2008

*Dividend warrants mailed: Wednesday 17 September 2008

*Payment date: Thursday 18 September 2008
13 May 2008 12:12:45
(Official Notice)
Further to Anglo Platinum?s announcement that Neville Nicolau has been appointed as CEO of Anglo Platinum, Neville will join the executive committee of Anglo. Norman Mbazima, Joint Acting CEO of Anglo Platinum, has been appointed CEO of Scaw Metals, Anglo's international diversified steel products business, with operations in Southern Africa, Chile, Peru, Canada and Mexico. Duncan Wanblad, Joint Acting CEO of Anglo Platinum, has been appointed CEO of Copper in the Base Metals division of Anglo American, with effect from 1 July.
07 May 2008 17:09:52
(Official Notice)
Anglo announces that Dr Chris Fay, a non executive director of the company, was appointed as a non executive director of Iofina plc on 1 April 2008. Iofina plc is a natural gas and iodine producer which will be listed on the LSE AIM on 9 May 2008.
05 May 2008 09:07:01
(Official Notice)
Publication of final terms for Anglo American Capital plc`s GBP400 000 000 6.875 per cent and guaranteed notes due 1 May 2018.
29 Apr 2008 11:51:38
(Official Notice)
The South African Department of Minerals and Energy ("DME") and Anglo announced that, following their joint announcement made on 20 February 2008, conversions to new order mining rights in respect of Anglo's mining operations in South Africa have now been granted. This relates to the conversion of all the mineral rights in Anglo's South African coal, ferrous metals and base metals businesses and platinum businesses. The applications for conversion of mineral rights associated with Angloplat's 50:50 joint ventures with Royal Bafokeng Resources and the African Rainbow Minerals consortium continue and are being processed based on joint submissions and representations by all stakeholders.
29 Apr 2008 08:43:19
(Official Notice)
Anglo released their quarterly interim management statement which included the following key points:

* Production increases in copper, zinc, iron ore, manganese ore, and metallurgical coal versus prior year.

* Platinum remains on target for full year refined production of 2.4 million ounces.

* Rhodium sales contracts renegotiated with improved pricing.

* Production in the first quarter, particularly of PGMs and coal, was adversely affected by power supply constraints in South Africa and adverse weather conditions in Australia and South Africa.

* Acquisition of 70% interest in Foxleigh mine completed in February 2008. Integration underway and first month production contribution of 78 000 tonnes of metallurgical coal.

* Anglo to acquire control of the Minas-Rio and Amapa iron ore projects in Brazil.

* On 20 February, the South African Department of Minerals and Energy and Anglo confirmed agreement on all remaining matters regarding mining rights conversions, subject to completion of outstanding documentation.

* Anglo's energy task team continues to address critical issues in relation to power supply constraints in South Africa, focusing on short term supply constraints, enhanced emergency power provisions and supplementary power generation for the short, medium and longer term requirements of mining operations.
24 Apr 2008 08:07:16
(Media Comment)
Business Report quoted Anglo CEO Cynthia Carroll as saying that Anglo had looked at big opportunities to expand, but had yet to find a "compelling" deal. But Carroll did say that Anglo could undoubtedly "go a bit further in scale".
16 Apr 2008 14:17:04
(Official Notice)
The company announced the appointment of Sir CK Chow as an independent non-executive director of the company effective 15 April 2008.
15 Apr 2008 17:21:24
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majorities at the company's annual general meeting held at The Royal Society at 11.00am on Tuesday 15 April 2008. In line with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.
15 Apr 2008 14:19:25
(Official Notice)
08 Apr 2008 13:27:29
(Official Notice)
Anglo American plc is pleased to announce the following senior executive appointments:

*Ian Cockerill is appointed as CEO of Anglo Coal and a member of the executive committee of Anglo American plc. Ian has been a senior executive with Gold Fields Ltd for nine years, the last six as CEO. Ian's primary focus will be to drive the further strategic development of Anglo American's global coal business and execute its considerable growth ambition, in addition to pursuing developments in clean coal and associated technologies. Ian will take up his position on 1 June 2008.

*Kuseni Dlamini is appointed as Head of Anglo American South Africa and a member of the executive committee of Anglo American plc. Kuseni will be Anglo American's principal representative in South Africa, with day-to-day responsibility for the successful internal transformation of the South African business and alignment with the group's global strategy. In addition, this role will bring greater cohesion to Anglo American's approach to all key external stakeholder relationships in South Africa, in particular ensuring that the benefits of the many transformational deals undertaken by Anglo American are realised for all parties, and country related matters. Previously executive chairman of the Richards Bay Coal Terminal, in which Anglo American is a 27% shareholder, Kuseni will take up his position on 1 July 2008.

*Russell King is appointed as Chief Strategy Officer of Anglo American plc with immediate effect. Russell will lead the strategy and business development team, working closely with the executive management to define and execute the group's strategy and to lead performance monitoring processes. This new role reflects Anglo American's continuing drive to leverage its global scale to generate further growth and value. Previously group head of HR, Business Development and Sustainable Development, Russell joined Anglo American in 2001.
01 Apr 2008 08:17:48
(Official Notice)
The company's annual report for the period ending 31 December 2007, and notice of the 2008 annual general meeting were filed with the UKLA Document Viewing Facility on 18 March 2008. These documents can be found on the company's website, as can the 2007 interim report published on 22 August 2007. www.angloamerican.co.uk.
31 Mar 2008 15:36:54
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that, following its announcement dated 17 January 2008, it has signed an agreement with the controlling shareholder of MMX Mineracao e Metalicos SA ("MMX"), Mr Eike Batista, chairman and CEO of MMX, and certain other MMX shareholders (together "the selling shareholders"), to acquire a 63.5% shareholding in a new company ("IronX") which will be demerged from MMX and will own MMX's current 51% interest in the Minas-Rio iron ore project and 70% interest in the Amapa iron ore system. Mr Eike Batista will be chairman of IronX.



Anglo has committed, after completion of this transaction, to extend an offer to the minority shareholders of IronX at the same price per share paid to the selling shareholders, the successful completion of which would result in Anglo owning 100% of the Minas-Rio project, 70% of the Amapa system and 49% of LLX Minas-Rio, the owner of the Port of Acu. Anglo acquired 49% of the Minas-Rio project as part of its original investment announced in April 2007, which included 49% of LLX Minas-Rio. These two projects, together with the planned Kumba expansions, will significantly increase Anglo's participation in the seaborne iron ore market to approximately 150Mtpa by 2017 in line with Anglo's strategic goal to become a significant player in the iron ore industry. IronX's gross assets at 31 December 2007, on a proforma basis, were BRL2.2 billion (USD1.2 billion) with a proforma operating loss for the year of BRL25 million (USD13 million).



Anglo will pay USD5.5 billion in cash for 100% of the issued and outstanding shares of IronX, or approximately USD361.12 per IronX share (assuming one IronX share for each current MMX share). A further announcement will be made in due course.
18 Mar 2008 17:43:53
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 19 February 2008, the equivalent of the dividend in Sterling is 42.98366 pence per share and in Euros is 54.4982 Euro cents per share based on exchange rates of USD1 = GBP0.49981 and USD1 = EUR0.63370. As announced on 19 February 2008, the equivalent of the dividend in South African Rand is R6.5461 per ordinary share. Dividend warrants are scheduled to be mailed on Tuesday 29 April 2008 for payment on Wednesday 30 April 2008. Other details relating to the dividend are contained in the announcement of 19 February 2008.
20 Feb 2008 16:01:28
(Official Notice)
Anglo and the South African Department of Minerals and Energy ("DME") have made significant progress over the past few weeks regarding the group's performance in meeting the requirements of the Mining Charter and contributing to Black Economic Empowerment in respect of Anglo's South African mining operations. As a result, the DME and Anglo announced that they have reached agreement on all remaining matters regarding mining rights conversions, subject to completion of the outstanding documentation. This is in respect of new order mining rights for all of Anglo's South African mining operations in platinum, coal, iron ore and base metals. As a result, all conversions will be granted to Anglo by 31 March 2008.
20 Feb 2008 10:44:09
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Anglo reported their results for the year ending 31 December 207. Included in the financial results:

* Record total group operating profit of USD10.1 billion, with operating profit from core operations up 12% to USD8.9 billion

* Highest ever total group underlying earnings of USD5.8 billion, up 5%

* Underlying earnings per share up 18% to USD4.40

* Strong performances from Base Metals, Platinum, Ferrous Metals and Industrial Minerals

* Total group profit for the year attributable to equity shareholders up 18% at USD7.3 billion



Dividend

Final dividend up 15% to USD86 cents per share, bringing total normal dividends for the year to USD124 cents per share - a 15% increase on 2006.



Prospects

The global economic outlook for 2008 is clouded by uncertainty. While it seems clear that US economic activity will be weaker in 2008 than in recent years, it is less clear how economic growth will be affected in the rest of the world, especially in those emerging markets whose growth has been largely responsible for the strong demand that has underpinned commodity prices. In South Africa, the electrical power supply problems are causing disruption to mining operations across the country. At present, it is difficult to accurately forecast the medium term impact of power shortages on Anglo's businesses. Anglo is working with Eskom and the South African government to implement solutions. Global commodity demand remains strong and seems likely to remain so throughout 2008. Global commodity supply continues to be constrained by skills shortages, rising capital and operating costs, longer permitting processes and strong exchange rates in many of the countries where key operations are located. Industry inventories are therefore likely to remain low and continue to underpin prices.
20 Feb 2008 08:35:20
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that the election of Sir CK Chow as an independent non-executive director will be proposed at the AGM on 15 April 2008.
14 Feb 2008 11:23:02
(Media Comment)
The Financial Mail noted that Anglo's 45% held associate, De Beers, reported stagnant sales and a 20% decline in operating profit to USD340 million in 2007 and that 2008 was likely to be characterised by a "high level of uncertainty". Anglo's share of De Beers' underlying earnings for 2007 was USD239 million. However, De Beers and therefore Anglo, were likely to benefit in 2008 from the coming on stream of two new diamond mines in Canada, Snap Lake and Victor.
14 Feb 2008 09:49:36
(Official Notice)
Anglo wishes to draw attention to Kumba Iron Ore Ltd`s announcement of their results for the year ended 31 December 2007. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba Iron Ore Ltd of USD274 million for the year ended 31 December 2007.
11 Feb 2008 09:37:11
(Official Notice)
Anglo wishes to draw attention to Anglo Platinum Ltd's announcement of its results for the year ended 31 December 2007. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Platinum of USD1 299 million for the year ended 31 December 2007. Anglo will report results for the year ended 31 December 2007 on 20 February 2008.
11 Feb 2008 08:24:27
(Media Comment)
Business Day columnist Tim Cohen commented that one way or another, Anglo has to undermine BHPBilliton plc's ("BHPBill's) merger with Rio Tinto plc ("Rio") because of the sheer size of the combined entity and its future ability to acquire successful junior miners. In light of this, Cohen wrote that Anglo has two plans. Plan A has to be to stop this merger, and a Chinese link and getting close to Africa is vital in this regard. Plan B is to purchase the assets that a merged BHPBill-Rio would have to dispose of in order for the merger to be approved. These assets could be picked up at discount prices, as the proposed entity will be more or less a forced seller.
04 Feb 2008 10:08:52
(Official Notice)
Anglo and China Development Bank (CDB) are pleased to announce that they have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU represents a long term commitment from both Anglo and CDB to establish a strategic relationship to identify and develop a pipeline of natural resources projects in China, Africa and elsewhere.
01 Feb 2008 09:17:56
(Official Notice)
Anglo announced that Bobby Godsell, a non-executive director, will retire from the board at the conclusion of the AGM to be held on 15 April 2008.
03 Aug 2006 09:07:41
(Official Notice)
The company has announced that all of the USD1 100 000 000 3 3/8%. Convertible Bonds due 2007 have now been converted into a total of 47 792 988 ordinary shares of USD50c each and hence the company will be applying to the UKLA for the listing of the bonds to be cancelled.
02 Aug 2006 09:12:13
(Official Notice)
Anglo shareholders' attention is drawn to Kumba's announcement of their interim results for the period ended 30 June 2006. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Kumba of USD147 million for the period ended 30 June 2006. Anglo will report interim results for the period ended 30 June 2006 on 4 August 2006.
31 Jul 2006 10:11:35
(Official Notice)
Anglo wishes to draw attention to Anglo Platinum's announcement of their interim results for the period ended 30 June 2006. Anglo will report underlying earnings in respect of Platinum of USD492 million for the period ended 30 June 2006, which takes into account certain adjustments. Anglo American will report interim results for the period ended 30 June 2006 on 4 August 2006.
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