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06-Nov-2018
(Official Notice)
05-Nov-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony regrets to advise that one of its employees succumbed to his injuries on Saturday, 3 November 2018, after having been involved in a rail bound equipment accident on 29 October 2018 at Harmony?s Moab Khotsong mine in Orkney. An investigation into the accident is underway.
19-Oct-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that one of its employees was fatally injured after falling from a height while working in the shaft bottom at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville this morning.



An investigation into the accident is underway.
05-Oct-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony? and/or ?the Company?) announces that it has reached a mutually acceptable settlement with the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (?FSCA?) of South Africa (The Directorate of Market Abuse substituted in terms of Section 300(3) of the Financial Sector Regulation Act, 2017), which settlement has been confirmed by the Enforcement Committee of the FSCA, relating to a SENS Announcement published by the Company on 25 April 2007.



The April 2007 announcement related to the financial results for the quarter ending 31 March 2007. The published results, at that stage unknown to Harmony, were incorrect. The first indication that the results published on 25 April 2007 for the quarter ended March 2007 were erroneous, was end of July 2007. The Company immediately informed the shareholders and the necessary authorities and reviewed all financial reporting policies and systems to ensure that a similar error would not occur.



At the time, the Directorate of Market Abuse alleged that Harmony published misleading financial statements. Harmony cooperated with the FSB to ensure that expensive and protracted enforcement proceedings and possible litigation be avoided. Following various discussions between the FSB and Harmony over more than a decade, the Enforcement Committee of the FSCA confirmed the settlement reached by Harmony and the Directorate of Market Abuse and determined on 4 October 2018 that Harmony contravened section 76 of the Securities Services Act No.36 of 2004 by publishing misleading financial statements and imposed an agreed administrative penalty of R30 million on Harmony.
03-Oct-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony (?the company?) announced that it has reached a three year wage agreement with the National Union of Mineworkers, UASA and Solidarity, effective from 1 July 2018.



The living out allowance will increase annually by R100 from 1 September 2018 for the duration of this agreement.



The minimum medical incapacity benefit of R55 000 will increase incrementally to R60 000 over the three year period.



The agreements were signed by the National Union of Mineworkers, UASA and Solidarity, which represents 58%, 6% and 3% respectively of Harmony?s workforce in South Africa.



The agreement has been extended to all employees. Harmony remains hopeful that the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) will sign the agreement after they have finalised their mandating process.
25-Sep-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (?Harmony? and/or ?the company?) advises that Harmony?s CEO, Peter Steenkamp, will give a presentation on Harmony at the 2018 Denver Gold Forum on Tuesday, 25 September 2018. The presentation will be available on Harmony?s website or https://www.harmony.co.za/invest/presentations/2018 to view the presentation file.

21-Aug-2018
(C)
Revenue for the year ended June 2018 increased to R20.4 billion (2017: R19.3 billion). Gross loss came to R3.1 billion (2017: R375 million), operating loss widened to R4.7 billion (2017: R994 million), net loss for the year came in at R4.5 billion (2017: net profit of R362 million), while headline earnings per share lowered to 171 cents per share (2017: 298 cents per share).



Annual report

Harmony's Integrated Annual Report and its annual report filed on a Form 20F with the United States' Securities and Exchange Commission for the financial year ended 30 June 2018 will be available on the website (www.harmony.co.za/invest) on 25 October 2018. Mineral resource and reserve information as at 30 June 2018 is included in this report.



Strategy and FY19

Harmony?s teams remain committed to delivering on Harmony?s strategy to produce safe, profitable ounces and increasing margins. Key focus areas in FY19 will be safety, repaying debt, delivering on operational plans and substantially progressing the permitting of the Wafi-Golpu project.
21-Aug-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced its operational and financial results for the year ended 30 June 2018 (?FY18?).



Key features of FY18

- Embedding our safety culture through our various training and awareness campaigns

- Production guidance achieved for third consecutive year; produced 1.228Moz of gold at an all-in sustaining cost of R508 970/kg (USD1 231/oz)

- 8% increase in underground recovered grade (six consecutive years of increasing grade)

- Hidden Valley delivers re-investment plan on schedule and within budget

- Successful integration of Moab Khotsong operations

- 31% increase in SA underground resources

- 11.6% increase in SA underground reserves

- R1.8 billion (USD141 million) generated in cash flow through effective hedging strategy



Headline earnings per share for FY18 amounted to 171 SA cents per share (13 US cents per share) compared with 298 SA cents per share (22 US cents) for FY17.



Strategy and FY19

Harmony?s teams remain committed to delivering on Harmony?s strategy to produce safe, profitable ounces and increasing margins. Key focus areas in FY19 will be safety, repaying debt, delivering on our operational plans and substantially progressing the permitting of the Wafi-Golpu project.



Harmony?s full results are available on its website (www.harmony.co.za).
17-Aug-2018
(Official Notice)
26-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. advises that Harmony?s Hidden Valley operation reached commercial levels of production in the month of June 2018.



Engagement with the Papua New Guinea government on the application for a special mining lease (SML) for the Wafi-Golpu project is progressing well.



On 25 June 2018, the Wafi-Golpu Joint Venture (WGJV) submitted an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Wafi-Golpu Project to the relevant Papua New Guinean regulatory authority, Conservation and Environment Protection Agency (CEPA).



The EIS has been prepared as the statutory basis for the environmental, social and cultural heritage assessment of the Wafi-Golpu Project under the Environment Act 2000 and will inform a decision by the Papua New Guinea Government whether to grant an Environment Permit and, if so, under what conditions.



With the permission of CEPA, the EIS has been made available by WGJV on its website at www.wafigolpujv.com.



Harmony?s FY18 results will be released on 21 August 2018.
25-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that they will be presenting at the 2018 China Gold Congress in Beijing, China, on 25 July 2018. Please refer to www.harmony.co.za/invest/presentations/2018 to view the presentation file.
23-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has exceeded annual FY18 production guidance by 4%. Operational highlights include:

- Production guidance achieved ? third consecutive year

Gold production of 1.228 million ounces achieved, exceeding annual production guidance of 1.18 million ounces. The South African operations recorded a 14% increase in gold production of which Moab Khotsong produced 105 900 ounces (contributing 10% of the increase in SA gold production) for the four months the operation has been included in Harmony?s asset portfolio



- 8% increase in underground recovered grade ? sixth consecutive year of increasing grade

Underground recovered grade of 5.48g/t achieved in FY18



- Costs well contained

All-in sustaining cost is expected to be below guidance of R520 000/kg



The USD200 million bridge facility raised for the Moab Khotsong transaction has been fully repaid utilising available cash resources and the proceeds received from the share placement.



Harmony?s successful hedging strategy continues to lock in attractive margins. For details of the hedging programme in place at 30 June 2018 and a presentation supporting this release, please refer to www.harmony.co.za/invest/presentations/2018.



Annual operating and financial results for the year ended 30 June 2018 will be announced on Tuesday 21 August 2018.
19-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company regrets to advise that one of its employees was fatally injured in a fall of ground incident at its Tshepong mine in Welkom, Free State this morning. The Department of Mineral Resources has been informed and an investigation into the accident is underway. Management express their deepest condolences to the deceased employee?s family, friends and colleagues.
12-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised shareholders that, at Harmony?s extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders held on 12 July 2018, the requisite majority of shareholders approved the special resolution, as set out in the notice of the extraordinary general meeting forming part of the Company?s circular to Harmony shareholders, in connection with Harmony board?s proposal to issue 11 032 623 new Ordinary Shares to African Rainbow Minerals Ltd. (?ARM?)at the placing price of R19.12 (?ARM Placing?).



The proceeds raised from the ARM Placing will be used to repay part of the outstanding bridge loan raised for the acquisition of Moab Khotsong.
10-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony regrets to advise that one of its employees was fatally injured in a fall of ground incident at its Kusasalethu mine in Carletonville this morning. An investigation into the accident is underway. Management express their deepest condolences to the deceased employee?s family, friends and colleagues.
03-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd in compliance with paragraph 3.59 of the Listings Requirements of the JSE Limited, announces changes to the composition of Harmony board committees on 10 May 2018 to enhance the effectiveness of the board. Changes include Mr Mavuso Msimang as the new Lead Independent Director of the company, previously Ms Fikile De Buck.



Board committee changes are noted below:

- Ms Fikile De Buck as the new chairman of the audit and risk committee, replacing Mr John Wetton who will remain a member of this committee.

- Mr Modise Motloba as the new chairman of the investment committee, replacing Dr Simo Lushaba who will remain a member of this committee.

- Mr Mavuso Msimang as the new chairman of the nomination committee, replacing Ms Fikile De Buck who will remain a member of this committee.

- Dr Simo Lushaba as the new chairman of the social and ethics committee, replacing Mr Modise Motloba who will remain a member of this committee.

- Mr Max Sisulu as a new member of the social and ethics committee.
19-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. announce that it has repaid a further USD100 million on the original USD200 million bridge loan raised for the acquisition of Moab Khotsong.



The remaining balance outstanding of USD50 million on the bridge loan is expected to be repaid from operating cash flows as well as the proceeds from the share placement to African Rainbow Minerals Ltd. (which is subject to approval by shareholders).
11-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
08-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (?Harmony? and/or ?the Company?) regrets to advise that one of its employees was fatally injured in a fall of ground incident at its Bambanani mine in the Free State this morning and has tragically succumbed to his injuries. An investigation into the accident is underway. Management express their deepest condolences to the deceased employee?s family, friends and colleagues.
06-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
05-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
04-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced encouraging exploration results at its 100% owned, South African Kalgold open pit operation in the North West Province, approximately 55km southwest of Mahikeng. An updated mineral resource estimate will be prepared incorporating the exploration data and will form the basis of prefeasibility studies planned for 2019. The updated mineral resources for Kalgold will be released as part of Harmony's annual reporting for FY18.
17-May-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that one of its employees was fatally injured in a shaft ore pass incident and succumbed to his injuries at its Moab Khotsong mine near Orkney in the North West Province on Thursday morning. An investigation into the accident is underway. Management express their deepest condolences to the deceased employee?s family, friends and colleagues.
03-May-2018
(Official Notice)
It was announced on 3 May 2018 that the Occupational Lung Disease Working Group - representing ourselves and African Rainbow Minerals, Anglo American SA, AngloGold Ashanti, Gold Fields and Sibanye- Stillwater have reached agreement with lawyers representing claimants in the silicosis class action litigation.



The full statement with detail of the settlement can be found at www.oldcollab.co.za.



The companies last year announced amounts that each has provided for as the estimated cost to them of the settlement based on actuarial assessments. These amounts total approximately R5 billion.



Harmony is pleased at the conclusion of these highly complex negotiations. As the Working Group statement indicates, the agreement is still subject to ratification by the High Court. Harmony looks forward to the successful conclusion of that process. Once that and certain other conditions precedent are concluded, it will be possible fully to withdraw the appeal in the Supreme Court of Appeal of the Johannesburg High Court?s class certification judgment delivered in May 2016.



Harmony welcomes the settlement which represents a fair outcome for claimants and a sustainable outcome for the companies.
02-May-2018
(Official Notice)
18-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that a presentation on Harmony will be shared on 18 April 2018 at the European Gold Forum in Zurich, Switzerland. Please refer to www.harmony.co.za/invest/presentations/2018 to view the presentation file.
12-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (Harmony) hereby releases an appendix to the announcement ?Updated Wafi-Golpu Feasibility Study? released on 19 March 2018. This release includes the JORC Code 2012 Edition ? Table 1 which underpins the Golpu Mineral Resource and Ore Reserve. The updated production target which is planned to be mined is based solely on the Probable Ore Reserves.
27-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony regreted to advise that two of its employees were fatally injured in a seismic related fall of ground incident at its Joel mine near Welkom in the Free State on Tuesday morning. An investigation into the accident is underway.
19-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
19-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (Harmony) has today released an updated Wafi-Golpu Feasibility Study prepared by the Wafi-Golpu Joint Venture (WGJV) project team. This Study incorporates the findings from the earlier Pre-Feasibility and Feasibility Studies announced in February 2016, interpretation of the additional orebody data derived from further drilling and geotechnical studies, together with further work undertaken on mine design, hydrology, tailings and port and power options. The updated Study draws on extensive data collection undertaken since 2016, providing a deeper understanding of the project?s geotechnical, oceanographic, environmental and social parameters.



Summary of Study findings (100% terms)1

*Lowest decile C1 cost copper production of USUSD0.26/lb (or minus USUSD2,128/oz AISC in gold production terms)

*Initial capital expenditure to commercial production of approximately USUSD2.8bn

*Life of Mine capital expenditure of approximately USUSD5.4bn

*NPV of approximately USUSD2.6bn and IRR in real terms of approximately 18.2%2

*Life of Mine (LoM) of
28 years3

*First ore milled estimated to be
4.75 years from grant of Special Mining Lease (SML)



Summary of key changes from 2016 Preliminary Study findings4

*Proposed starter block cave is larger (16mpta) and deeper; three block caves in total

*Proposed processing plant to include onsite self-generation of bulk power and associated fuel handling

*Deep Sea Tailings Placement (DSTP) identified as the preferred method of tailings management

*Life of Mine capital expenditure
USUSD1bn lower

*Port location confirmed and Memorandum of Agreement concluded with PNG Ports



Next steps

*Submission of amended supporting documentation for SML on 20 March 2018

*Targeting submission of Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) by end of June 2018

*Finalisation and approval of the Study by Harmony and Newcrest Mining Ltd. (Newcrest) boards to be post granting of SML.
20-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that the Moab Khotsong transaction has become unconditional with the completion of all the conditions precedent. The transaction will become effective on 1 March 2018.
13-Feb-2018
(C)
Revenue for the interim period remained stable at R9.842 billion (2016: R9.868 billion), gross profit grew to R1.037 billion (2016: R802 million), operating profit rose to R1.198 billion (2016: R1.166 billion), while net profit for the period fell to R897 million (2016: R1.539 billion). Furthermore headline earnings per share increased by 49% to 224 cents per share (2016: 150 cents per share).



Company outlook

We are on track to achieve our group production guidance of 1.1Moz, after producing 560 000 ounces in the six months ended 31 December 2017. The increase in production expected at Hidden Valley will further boost our annual production.



A weaker R/kg gold price simply serves as a reminder to reassess excess costs - if any - and to cut back on expenses that do not support the core business. We have started with our planning process for the next financial year. Shareholder returns inform every decision we make. We will therefore relentlessly pursue the production of safe, profitable ounces. We are confident that our teams realise the importance of safety and our reinforced focus on various initiatives should ensure a safer second half of the financial year.
13-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that the Department of Mineral Resources has granted consent in terms of section 11(2) of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002 (Act 28 of 2002), to cede the Moab Khotsong mining right to Harmony, fulfilling one of the most important conditions precedent towards the completion of the Moab Khotsong transaction.
13-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that operational excellence has resulted in a solid production performance in the six months ended 31 December 2017, with a 49% increase in headline earnings to 224 SA cents per share (USD17 cents per share) compared to 150 SA cents per share (USD11 cents per share) for the December 2016 period.



Gold production for the group for the six months ended 31 December 2017 increased by 191kg (1%) to 17 418kg (560 003 oz), compared to 17 227kg (553 862oz) for the six months ended 31 December 2016. Gold production from the South African operations increased by 6% for the six months ended 31 December 2017 to 16 756kg (538 719 oz), compared to 15 812kg (508 369 oz) for the six months ended 31 December 2016.



All-in sustaining costs for all operations decreased by 2% to R500 248/kg in the six months ended 31 December 2017 when compared to the previous comparable period of 31 December 2016. In US dollar terms all-in sustaining costs increased by 2% to USD1 161/oz mainly due to the strengthening of the Rand against the US dollar in the six months ended 31 December 2017.



The net profit for the six months ended 31 December 2017 was R897 million (USD65 million), compared to R1 539 million (USD111 million) for the comparative period which included a gain on bargain purchase of R848 million (USD61 million).
09-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Shareholders of Harmony are advised that a reasonable degree of certainty exists that headline earnings per share (?HEPS?) for the six months ended 31 December 2017 are expected to increase to between 210 and 240 South African cents per share, which is between 40% and 60% higher than the headline earnings of 150 South African cents per share reported for the six months ended 31 December 2016 (?previous comparable period?). In US dollar terms, HEPS are expected to be between 15 and 18 US cents per share, which is between 40% and 60% higher than the headline earnings of 11 US cents per share reported for the previous comparable period.



Headline earnings are higher due to an improved operational performance recorded by the South African operations as previously announced on 16 January 2018.



Earnings per share (?EPS?) are expected to decrease to between 158 and 229 South African cents per share, which is between 55% and 35% lower than the 352 South African cents per share reported for the previous comparable period. In US dollar terms, EPS are expected to be between 13 and 18 US cents per share, which is between 50% and 30% lower than the earnings of 25 US cents per share reported for the previous comparable period.



Earnings for the six months ended 31 December 2017 will be lower than the previous comparable period, mainly due to the once-off gain on bargain purchase of R848 million (USD61 million) recorded on the acquisition of full ownership of Hidden Valley that was recognised in the comparative period (excluded from headline earnings).



Harmony will publish its financial results for the six months ended 31 December 2017 on Tuesday, 13 February 2018.
01-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
The Board of Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony?) is pleased to announce the appointment of Max Vuyisile Sisulu as independent non-executive director of the Company, effective 31 January 2018.
01-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised shareholders that, at Harmony?s general meeting of the shareholders held on 1 February 2018, the requisite majority of shareholders approved all the ordinary and special resolutions, as set out in the notice of general meeting forming part of the Company?s circular to Harmony shareholders, in connection with amongst others, the approval of implementation of the Acquisition(by Harmony of the Moab Khotsong and Great Noligwa mining operations and related infrastructure from AngloGold Ashanti) as a Category 1 transaction in terms of the JSE Listings Requirements.
25-Jan-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. advises the withdrawal of special resolution number 5 and ordinary resolution number 5, included in the circular and notice of meeting to Harmony shareholders, dated 7 December 2017.



The resolutions have been withdrawn as they are no longer required given the reduction in size of the potential capital raising from up to USD200 million to approximately USD100 million, as announced by Harmony on 6 December 2017. In respect of the foregoing, a brief background is set out under the caption: ?Summary of events?, at the end of this announcement.



The general meeting of the shareholders will be held at the Hilton Hotel, 138 Rivonia Road, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa at 11:00 (South African Standard Time) on Thursday, 1 February 2018.

18-Jan-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that one of its employees was fatally injured in a mining equipment related incident at its Tshepong mine near Welkom in the Free State on Wednesday afternoon. An investigation into the accident is underway.



Management extend their heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the deceased.
16-Jan-2018
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. advises that the group is on track to meet annual production guidance of 1.1Moz after producing more than 550 000 ounces in the six months ended 31 December 2017.



Gold production for the six months ended 31 December 2017 from its South African operations will be 9% to 11% higher than the previous six month period ended 30 June 2017.



Gold production for the group increased by between 3% and 5% in the six months ended 31 December 2017 compared to the six months ended 30 June 2017.



As previously reported on 30 November 2017, the processing infrastructure upgrade at Hidden Valley was completed and processing of ore started two weeks ahead of schedule. The Hidden Valley mine is well on track to deliver as guided in FY18.



Harmony?s interim results for the half year ended 31 December 2017 will be released on Tuesday, 13 February 2018.

07-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony? and/or ?the Company?) regrets to advise that one of its employees was fatally injured in a fall of ground related incident at its Tshepong mine near Welkom in the Free State on Tuesday afternoon. Challenging conditions continue to impact the recovery of the deceased. An investigation into the accident is underway. Management extend their heartfelt condolences to the family, colleagues and friends of the deceased.
07-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
06-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that management will be attending the JP Morgan South Africa Opportunities Conference and HSBC Precious Metals Investor Conference 2017 today, during which the latest investor brief will be shared (available at www.harmony.co.za/investors/news-and- events/investor-brief).



The investor brief includes an update on Harmony?s existing debt facilities and the refinancing of the USD200 million committed bridging finance for the Moab Khotsong acquisition announced on 19 October 2017, of which up to USD100 million is expected to be refinanced from internal cash resources and approximately USD100 million will be refinanced through a private share placement or a rights issue.
30-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony (?the company?) announced that the planned shutdown at its Hidden Valley mine in Papua New Guinea (PNG) was completed two weeks ahead of schedule and processing of ore recommenced on the 15th of November 2017. More than 65% of the planned initial capital investment in the stage 5 and 6 cutback has been incurred to date and the project is progressing ahead of schedule and on budget, all whilst maintaining the highest safety standards.



At the 2017 Mining and Petroleum Conference and Trade Fair in Papua New Guinea, the General Manager at Hidden Valley, Gary Davies, highlighted the following:

* Safety at the mine is industry leading, with a lost-time injury rate during the past twelve months of 0.2 per million hours worked and the last lost-time injury recorded in April 2017

* Processing operations at the mine started two weeks ahead of schedule on 15 November 2017, following the planned four-month plant shutdown

* Mining at the Stage 5 cutback is a month ahead of schedule and on budget, with an annualised mining rate of 28 million tonnes per annum achieved in October 2017

* It is expected that commercial levels of production will be achieved in the June quarter 2018, as per plan
28-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that the company will be presenting at the Papua New Guinea Mining(PNG)and Petroleum Investment Conference 2017 being held from 28 November 2017 to 30 November 2017. The presentations will provide updates with regards to progress made on the investment plan at Hidden Valley and exploration in PNG.



The presentations will be available from Tuesday 28 November 2017 on Harmony?s website or www.harmony.co.za/investors/news- and-events/presentations-2/presentations-2017 to view the presentation file.
23-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (?Harmony? or ?the Company?) advises shareholders that, at Harmony?s annual general meeting held today, the requisite majority of shareholders approved all the ordinary and special resolutions, as set out in the notice of annual general meeting forming part of the Company?s 2017 integrated annual report. There were 444 560 003 ordinary shares in issue as at the date of the annual general meeting.

20-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony? and/or ?the Company?) regrets to advise that one of its employees was fatally injured in a fall of ground related incident at its Masimong mine in Welkom in the Free State on Saturday 18 November 2017.



An investigation into the accident is underway.



Management expressed their sincere condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the deceased.



14-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that employees at its Kusasalethu mine have returned to work after two days of unprotected industrial action at the mine. The employees reported to work last night for the night shift and day shift this morning.



The unprotected strike by employees started on Friday, 10 November 2017, in response to the dismissal of 6 employees, all members of AMCU?s branch leadership at the mine. Their dismissal follows an extensive and lengthy disciplinary process followed by management and remains intact.
13-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that employees at its Kusasalethu mine have embarked on an illegal strike. Harmony will approach the Labour Court on 13 November 2017 for an urgent interdict against the strike.



Employees at the mine did not report to work on Sunday evening following an ultimatum issued to employees to return to work which was in reaction to an illegal stay away on Friday. The illegal strike by employees is in response to the dismissal of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union?s (AMCU) branch leadership, following a number of reported incidents of illegal industrial action towards the beginning of calendar year 2017.



The dismissal of the branch leadership follows an extensive legal disciplinary process followed by management.



Management continues to engage with the leadership of AMCU to address the current illegal industrial action.
07-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
26-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony? or ?the company?) announces that it published its suite of reports for the financial year ended 30 June 2017(FY17) on Thursday, 26 October 2017.



These reports include:

*Integrated annual report 2017

*Financial report 2017

*Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves 2017

*Report to shareholders 2017, which includes the notice of meeting of annual general meeting

*The Form 20F ? Harmony?s annual filing submitted to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission ? available after 5pm SA time on Thursday, 26 October 2017 on the company?s website at www.harmony.co.za/investors/reporting/20f.



The annual general meeting of the company will be held at the Hilton Hotel, 138 Rivonia Road, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa, on Thursday, 23 November 2017, at 11:00 (SA time) to transact the business as stated in the notice of the annual general meeting.

19-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
19-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has entered into an agreement with AngloGold Ashanti Ltd. ("AngloGold Ashanti") to acquire its Moab Khotsong and Great Noligwa mines, together with certain long life projects and tailings dams, for a consideration of USD300 million in cash (?the Acquisition?).



Harmony believes the Acquisition will enhance its position as a robust cash- generative gold mining company, increasing grades, driving down all-in sustaining costs (?AISC?) and growing its South African gold portfolio. This value accretive acquisition is in line with Harmony?s strategy to grow, produce safe profitable ounces and increase margins. The Acquisition adds more than 250 000 ounces of gold at an all-in sustaining cost below Harmony's target of USD950/oz, increasing Harmony?s average recovered grade to 5.7g/t. Synergies with Harmony?s current asset portfolio is expected to realise further upside, progressing pillar extraction at Great Noligwa and reclamation at Mispah tailings.



The Acquisition is subject to approval from Harmony?s shareholders and other conditions precedent, including regulatory approvals. The Board of Harmony has unanimously approved the transaction and has resolved to recommend the Acquisition to its shareholders.



Harmony?s CEO will give a live presentation pertaining to this transaction at 10:00 SA time today at the Hilton Hotel in Sandton. The investor presentation accompanying the announcement will be available on our website at www.harmony.co.za.



Harmony will host a media call at 08:00 SA time, an analyst call at 08:30 SA time and an international call at 16:00 SA time.
12-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company is pleased to advise that gold production from its South African underground operations will be 12% to 14% higher quarter on quarter, due to an increase in both volumes and recovered grade. Gold production is 6% to 8% higher than the corresponding quarter in the previous financial year.



The planned waste stripping of cutbacks 5 and 6 at Hidden Valley is ahead of schedule and will be completed towards the end of November 2017. Despite the impact on Hidden Valley?s gold production, Harmony?s total gold production increased by 3% to 5% quarter on quarter and the corresponding quarter year on year. Chief executive officer, Peter Steenkamp, commented: ?Focus on safety, operational excellence at our South African operations and delivery at Hidden Valley in the second half of FY18 will ensure that we remain on track to meet our production guidance?. Harmony?s production results for the first quarter FY18 ended 30 September 2017 will be released on Tuesday, 7 November 2017.
22-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that Harmony?s CEO, Peter Steenkamp, will give a presentation on Harmony at the 2017 Denver Gold Forum on Monday, 25 September 2017.



The presentation will be available from Monday 25 September 2017 on Harmony?s website or https://www.harmony.co.za/investors/news- and-events/presentations-2/presentations-2017 to view the presentation file.



Also note that Harmony will post its latest Investor Brief to its website on the same date as the presentation. Please refer to: https://www.harmony.co.za/investors/news-and-events/investor-brief
31-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
It is with great sadness that Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony? and/or ?the company?) advises that rescue workers have located and recovered the bodies of the two remaining mineworkers who were unaccounted for until now, following a seismic event that resulted in a fall of ground at the Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville on Friday, 25 August 2017. All of the employees who were trapped underground, are now accounted for.



Harmony?s board of directors and management, expressed their heartfelt condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of Mr Matuba, Mr Mokhele and Mr Mokemane (all stope team members) and Mr Moganedi and Mr Sethafuno (both rock drill operators) who have lost their lives as a result of this tragic incident.



Investigations into the incident, involving representatives of the company, organised labour and the health and safety directorate of the DMR will take place.

25-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that following a seismic event at its Kusasalethu mine in Carletonville, five employees remain unaccounted for. Harmony?s management team and the Department of Mineral Resources are at the mine to ensure that every effort is made to return the employees to safety. Rescue teams have been working endlessly since the incident occurred at about 10:30 this morning. Rescue efforts continue and further updates will be provided.
24-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advises that the company will be hosting analysts from Thursday, 24 August 2017 to Friday 25 August 2017, at its Tshepong operations, near Welkom in the Free State Province.



Presentations will be delivered during this visit in which the Harmony management will provide an update on the Tshepong/Phakisa integration and a general operational and strategic overview of the Company.



Please refer to these presentations on Harmony?s website or www.harmony.co.za/investors/news-and-events/presentations- 2/presentations-2017 from 18:00 today to view the presentation files.







17-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony (?the company?) announced its results for the year ended 30 June 2017 (FY17).



Focused exploration targets, unlocking the value of Golpu and identifying value accretive acquisitions remain key in improving the quality of Harmony?s assets, driving down costs and achieving its aspiration of being a 1.5 Moz producer in financial year 2019. In FY17 the company obtained 100% ownership in Hidden Valley (180 000oz per annum) and commenced with its Central Plant reclamation project (15 000oz per annum).



Please refer to the presentation and results booklet that were released today, 17 August 2017, for further details on the company's strategy and financial results for the financial year ended 30 June 2017 (www.harmony.co.za).
17-Aug-2017
(C)
Revenue for the year grew to R19.3 billion (R18.3 billion). Gross loss came in at R375 million (profit of R2.5 billion). Operating loss was R994 million (profit of R1.6 billion). Profit attributable to owners was R362 million (R949 million). Furthermore, headline earnings per share was higher at 298 cents per share (221 cents per share).



Declaration of ordinary dividend number 88

The board has approved and declared a final dividend of ZAR35 cents (USD3 cents) per ordinary share in respect of the year ended 30 June 2017.
14-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
25-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. regrets to inform that one of its employees was fatally injured today during maintenance work that was performed at the underground refrigeration plant at Target mine, Welkom, in the Free State.



An investigation into the accident is underway. Management expressed their heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the deceased.

13-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that Harmony?s South African and Papua New Guinean operations achieved a milestone fatality free quarter during the June 2017 quarter.



Gold production for the 30 June 2017 financial year is estimated to be 1.088 million ounces, which exceeds production guidance of 1.05 million ounces. Underground recovered grade increased for a fifth consecutive year to 5.07g/t.



Harmony will announce its operating and financial results for the year ended 30 June 2017 on Thursday 17 August 2017, during a live presentation at the Hilton Hotel, Sandton, at 9am SA time. For webcast and dial-in information on the day, please refer to www.harmony.co.za/investors.
17-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (?Harmony? and/or ?the company?) advises that Harmony?s CEO, Peter Steenkamp, will give a presentation on Harmony today at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Metals, Mining - Steel Conference in Barcelona.



Please refer to the presentations page on Harmony?s website or www.harmony.co.za/investors/news-and-events/presentations- 2/presentations-2017 to view the presentation files.



Also note that Harmony has posted its latest Investor Brief to its website. Please refer to: www.harmony.co.za/investors/news-and-events/investor-brief





09-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that the annual gold production guidance of 1.05 million ounces is well in reach, with year to date production at 812 000 ounces at a cash operating cost of R439 669/kg (USD996/oz).



Harmony recorded an 8% operating free cash flow margin year to date, strengthened by the gold hedging agreements that are in place. The company's underground average recovered grade remains above 5g/t. The all-in sustaining costs (AISC) for the nine months ended 31 March 2017 is USD1170/oz or R516 630/kg. Quarter on quarter gold production was 7% lower mainly due to the customary slow start up after the December holidays. AISC increased by 5% to R529 409/kg (or 10% to USD1 246/oz) quarter on quarter.
06-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that employees at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville have returned to work. After six days of ongoing unprotected industrial action at the mine, Harmony management and AMCU leadership have reached an agreement, and all employees reported to work this morning.
05-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that presentations on Harmony will be shared today, 5 April 2017, at the European Gold Forum conference in Zurich and on 6 April 2017 at the Mines and Money Asia conference in Hong Kong.



Please refer to the presentations page on Harmony?s website or https://www.harmony.co.za/investors/news-and-events/presentations- 2/presentations-2017 to view the presentation files.



Also note that Harmony has posted its latest Investor Brief to its website. Please refer to: https://www.harmony.co.za/investors/news-and-events/investor-brief
03-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that unprotected industrial action at Kusasalethu has continued, despite various labour agreements reached with the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU). As a result, Harmony approached the Labour Court of South Africa on Friday, 31 March 2017, to obtain an interdict ? which was granted - declaring ongoing industrial action at Kusasalethu led by AMCU to be unprotected, and requiring employees to return to work.



Harmony and recognised unions ? including AMCU - have entered into various labour agreements since 2013. Despite reaching these agreements, AMCU and its members have since the beginning of 2017 continued to disrupt operations, threatening the safety of Harmony?s employees and impacting negatively on production. AMCU and its members have ignored the court order granted on Friday, with no employees reporting for work over the weekend or today. An ultimatum has now been issued to Kusasalethu employees to return to work tomorrow night, failing which they may be subject to disciplinary action.



These actions have had significant implications to the viability of Kusasalethu. Approximately 7 to 10 days of gold production have been lost since the 21st of March 2017 to date, at a rate of 15kg of gold production per day. Security measures at the mine have been increased to address complaints of intimidation and potential violence.
24-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony?) advises that the unprotected strike at its Kusasalethu mine has come to an end. This follows discussions between senior management of Harmony and the senior leadership of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU).



23-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony?) regrets to advise that employees at its Kusasalethu mine have embarked on an illegal strike. The illegal strike is in response to the suspension of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union?s (AMCU) branch leadership, after the AMCU leadership encouraged illegal industrial action - a go slow - at the mine.



The AMCU branch leadership encouraged an illegal go slow at the mine, resulting in only 25% of the workforce reporting for work yesterday. The illegal go slow was called in response to the disciplinary procedures against 40 employees, following the illegal sit-in at Kusasalethu in January this year.



Management has sought an urgent meeting with the leadership of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) to address this unprocedural/illegal industrial action, which may result in further disciplinary action and undermines the continued viability of the mine. It is of great concern that there have been reports of intimidation of employees, as was the case in the actions in January 2017. No employees reported for the day shift.

24-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that following the announcement of the Budget Speech delivered on 22 February 2017 by the Minister of Finance in South Africa, the withholding tax on dividends was increased from 15% to 20%. This change will have an impact on the interim dividend that was declared payable by Harmony on 20 March 2017. The impact of this change is that the net local dividend amount decreased from 42.5 SA cents to 40 SA cents. Other arrangements for the dividend payment remains the same. The new detail of our dividend declaration for the six months ending 31 December 2016 is as follows:



Declaration of ordinary dividend no. 87

The board has approved and declared an interim dividend of 50 SA cents (USD4 cents) per ordinary share in respect of the six months ended 31 December 2016.



In accordance with paragraphs 11.17(a)(i) to (x) and 11.17(c) of the JSE Listings Requirements the following additional information is disclosed:

? The dividend has been declared out of income reserves;

? The local Dividends Tax rate is 20% (twenty per centum);

? The gross local dividend amount is 50 SA cents per ordinary share for shareholders exempt from the Dividends Tax;

? The net local dividend amount is 40 SA cents per ordinary share for shareholders liable to pay the Dividends Tax;

? Harmony currently has 439 787 199 ordinary shares in issue (which includes 559 519 treasury shares); and

20-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that one of its employees was fatally injured in a fall of ground incident at the Bambanani mine in Welkom in the Free State on Friday, 17 February 2017.



The deceased was a winch driver and has been in Harmony?s employ since 2013. An investigation into the accident is underway.
10-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony (the ?company?) announced the resignation of Cathie Markus as independent non-executive director of the company with effect from 9 February 2017.
02-Feb-2017
(C)
Revenue for the interim period rose to R9.9 billion (R8.7 billion) and gross profit increased to R0.8 billion (R0.7 billion). Operating profit turned around to R1.2 billion (loss of R0.4 billion). Profit attributable to owners shot up to R1.5 billion (loss of R0.4 billion). In addition, headline earnings per share improved to 150 cents per share (loss of 103 cents per share).



Ordinary dividend no. 87

The board has approved and declared an interim dividend of 50 cents (USD4 cents) per ordinary share in respect of the six months ended 31 December 2016.
01-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. regret to advise that one of its employees was fatality injured in a scraper related incident at its Masimong mine in Welkom in the Free State.



The deceased was a stope team member with close to 14 years? mining experience. All scraper related operations were stopped until further notice and a safety shift was declared. An investigation into the incident is underway.



Management expressed their condolences to all affected by this tragic loss.



31-Jan-2017
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day Harmony Gold Mining's share price jumped as much as 9.6 percent on Monday following its expected return to profit. Harmony's return to profitability was primarily due to an increase in the average gold spot price received, the recognition of a gain on the Hidden Valley acquisition and the gains recognised on the gold and currency hedges. CEO Peter Steenkamp added that Harmony improved safety performance, and increased production. Harmony has set itself a target of reaching 1.5 million ounces of gold output in the next three years as the company nears the start of constructing the Golpu copper and gold mine it shares with Australia's Newcast Mining in Papua New Guinea.
30-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders of Harmony are advised that a reasonable degree of certainty exist that earnings for the six months ended 31 December 2016 will be higher than for the six months ended 31 December 2015 (?the previous comparable period?), primarily due to an increase in the average gold spot price received, the recognition of a gain on the Hidden Valley acquisition and the gains recognised on the gold and currency hedges.



Headline earnings per share (?HEPS?) are expected to be between 139 and 160 cents per share, which is between 235% and 255% higher than the headline loss of 103 cents per share reported for the previous comparable period in 2015.



In US dollar terms, HEPS are expected to be between 10 and 11 US cents per share, which is between 230% and 255% higher than the headline loss of 8 US cents per share reported for the previous comparable period in 2015.



Earnings per share (?EPS?) are expected to be between 341 and 361 cents per share, which is between 434% and 454% higher than the loss of 102 cents per share reported for the previous comparable period.



In US dollar terms, EPS are expected to be between 24 and 26 US cents per share, which is between 436% and 465% higher than the loss of 7 US cents per share reported for the previous comparable period.



Harmony will publish its financial results for the six months ended 31 December 2016 on 2 February 2017. Please refer to our website (www.harmony.co.za) for the details of our live results presentation to take place at 9:00 on the 2nd of February 2017 at the Hilton Hotel, Sandton.
17-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony guides that gold production for the six months ended 31 December 2016 was approximately 8% higher than for the 6 months ended 30 June 2016, with grade remaining above 5g/t. Harmony will present its full financial results for the six months ended 31 December 2016 at a live presentation to be given at the Hilton Hotel at 9:00 on the 2nd of February 2017.
13-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that all employees have safely returned to surface at the Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville.



Employees returned to surface shortly before 12:00pm last night following all-night discussions between management and union leadership.



A thorough independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding the illegal sit-in, which lasted nearly 48 hours, will be conducted. Production at the mine will proceed over the weekend.
12-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Harmony confirmed that around 1 700 employees are participating in an illegal sit-in at the company?s Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville. The sit-in started on Wednesday, 11 January when employees chose not to return to surface at the end of the morning shift.



No formal demands have been made by the participating employees. Management has sought to engage with union leadership with the purpose of resolving the matter and returning all employees to surface.
25-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised shareholders that, at Harmony's annual general meeting, the requisite majority of shareholders approved all the ordinary and special resolutions, as set out in the notice of annual general meeting forming part of the Company's 2016 integrated annual report.
10-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced its production results for the first quarter ended 30 September 2016 of the financial year 2017.



Harmony recorded its highest ever quarterly revenue of R5.25 billion, a 9% increase quarter on quarter (16% increase to USD374 million). The operations generated positive free cash flow of R850 million (USD60 million), allowing us to reduce net debt by 51% from R1 083 million to R528 million (49% decrease from USD74 million to USD38 million), after paying a dividend of R218 million (USD16 million).



Cash operating costs for the September 2016 quarter increased by 12% quarter on quarter in Rand terms (19% increase in US dollar terms), mainly due to an increase in labour costs (bonuses and annual wage increases) and higher electricity costs (winter tariffs). More information on Harmony?s production results are available in a production report and investor brief to be found at: www.harmony.co.za/investors/reporting
10-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony released production results for the three months ended 30 September 2016.



Highlights

- Received numerous industry safety awards at 2016 MineSAFE ceremony

- 10% increase in gold production

- Production profit of R1.4 billion (USD97 million)

- R850 million (USD60 million) free operational cash flow

- 51% decrease in net debt from R1 083 million to R528 million (49% decrease from USD74 million to USD38 million)

- R5.25 billion recorded in revenue - highest ever (USD374 million)

- Currency and gold hedges realise R240 million (USD17 million) in profits

- Acquired full ownership of Hidden Valley in PNG

27-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretted to advise that a contractor was fatally injured in a construction related accident at its Central Plant in Welkom in the Free State yesterday.



Construction work at the plant has been stopped until such time as a review of all construction risks has been completed.
26-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony (?the company?) announced that it published its suite of reports today, 26 October 2016, for the financial year ended 30 June 2016 (FY16).



These reports include:

? Integrated Annual Report 2016

? Financial Report 2016

? Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves 2016

? Report to Shareholders 2016, which includes the notice of annual general meeting

? The Form 20F ? Harmony?s annual filing submitted to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission ? available after 5pm SA time today on the company?s website at https://www.harmony.co.za/investors/reporting/20f .



All of the above reports are available as pdfs at www.har.co.za, the company's reporting website and may also be accessed via our corporate website, www.harmony.co.za.



The audited annual financial statements for the 12 months ended 30 June 2016 are included as part of the company reports? suite. These audited results contain no modifications to the financial results published on 17 August 2016 and therefore no abridged report will be published.



PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. audited the annual financial statements and their unqualified report is available for inspection at the registered office of the company. The annual general meeting of the company will be held at the Hilton Hotel, 138 Rivonia Road, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa, on Friday, 25 November 2016, at 11:00 (SA time) to transact the business as stated in the notice of the annual general meeting.
25-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that South African regulatory approval has been obtained in support of its acquisition of the Hidden Valley mine in Papua New Guinea. The transaction is now complete. Harmony?s acquisition of its joint venture partner?s 50% share in Hidden Valley and the surrounding tenement package in Papua New Guinea, is in line with the company?s overall aspiration to increase its annual production profile to 1.5Moz within three years.



Harmony plans to invest and develop stages 5 and 6 of the mine initially, mining approximately 1.4Moz ounces of gold and 27Moz of silver over a period of seven years. The company believes that Hidden Valley has the potential to contribute approximately 180,000oz gold per annum to Harmony?s production profile, at an all-in sustaining cost of less than USD950/oz.



An update on the mine?s life of mine plan will be included in Harmony?s production update, which will be released on the 10 th of November 2016.
17-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony advises that gold production in the September 2016 quarter was approximately 10% higher than the June 2016 quarter.



Harmony continued to benefit from its currency and gold hedge, which - in addition to higher production - aided strong cash flows. Underground grade at above 5g/t was maintained.



A production report for the quarter ended 30 September 2016 will be published on 10 November 2016.





23-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured early this morning in a rail-bound equipment accident at its Phakisa mine in the Free State province.



Investigations into the accident are underway.





19-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has signed an agreement to purchase Newcrest PNG 1 Ltd, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Newcrest Mining Ltd. (Newcrest) which holds Newcrest?s 50% interest in the Hidden Valley joint venture, for a cash consideration of USD1. Finalisation of this transaction, which will give Harmony 100% ownership of the Hidden Valley mine, is conditional upon regulatory approval in South Africa.



As at 30 June 2016, the Hidden Valley mine had an estimated mineral reserve of 1.4Moz of gold at 1.6g/t and 27Moz of silver at 31g/t, resulting in total gold equivalent ounces of 1.8Moz at 2 g/t. The estimated mineral resource includes 4Moz of gold at 1.6g/t and 73Moz of silver at 29g/t. Mining the stage 5 and 6 cutback will extend the current mine life by 7 years and require an initial capital investment of approximately USD180 million.



Harmony will also acquire Newcrest?s 50% interest in the exploration tenements adjacent to the Hidden Valley mine.On completion of the transaction, Harmony will assume all liabilities and expenses related to the Hidden Valley joint venture and mine, including all closure, rehabilitation and remediation obligations, with effect from 31 August 2016. Newcrest has funded Newcrest PNG 1 Ltd to an amount of USD22.5 million, as its once-off contribution towards Hidden Valley?s future closure liability. Harmony and Newcrest will remain joint venture partners in the Wafi-Golpu project.
08-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony notes the announcement made today by White Rivers Exploration (?WRE?) regarding its joint venture project close to Harmony?s Target mine.



The project is 35% owned by Harmony and 65% by WRE. Only once the project?s prefeasibility study has been completed, will the resources be included in Harmony's resource statement.





25-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (Harmony) announces that an application for a special mining lease for the Wafi-Golpu project was submitted today to the Mineral Resources Authority in Papua New Guinea.



Submission of this application follows reviews of the feasibility study for the Wafi-Golpu project by the boards of directors of both Harmony and Newcrest Mining Ltd. (Newcrest), Harmony?s joint venture partner in the project.



The Golpu porphyry is considered to be a world-class deposit that lends itself to phased development and block cave mining. Once completed, Golpu, which is situated just 65km from Lae, the second largest city in Papua New Guinea, will be the largest underground mine in that country.



Golpu has a JORC-compliant mineral resource of 824Mt at 1.05% copper, 0.70g/t gold, 1.25g/t silver and 90ppm molybdenum.



Work to optimise the outcomes of the feasibility study and to incorporate additional data continues. Further project development will be subject to the granting of the special mining lease, the obtaining of all necessary permits, approvals and agreements and, ultimately, approval by the boards of both Harmony and Newcrest.



The development of the project will contribute to the local and the national economy by creating employment and business

17-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced its results for the six months and year ended 30 June 2016.



Harmony?s revenue increased by 19% and the Company recorded a net profit of R949 million (USD15 million) on the back of a 21% increase in the R/kg gold price, combined with achieving its production guidance of approximately 1.1 million ounces. Net debt was reduced by 54% to R1.08 billion (61% to USD74 million).



Production profit increased to R5.084 billion (USD350 million), up 81% from R2.802 billion (USD245 million) in FY15 after accounting for a 7% increase in cash operating costs (R821 million or USD171 million). Overall, cost increases were lower than inflation, with all-in sustaining cost (AISC) for all operations increasing by only 3% to R467 526/kg (decrease of 19% to USD1 003/oz), compared to R453 044/kg(USD1 231/oz) in FY15.
17-Aug-2016
(C)
Revenue for the year ended 30 June 2016 increased to R18.334 billion (2015: R15.435 billion). Gross profit turned around to R2.548 billion (2015: loss of R3.618 billion), operating profit came in at R1.592 billion (2015: loss of R5.193 billion). Net profit for the period attributable to owners of the parent improved to R949 million (2015: loss of R4.536 billion), while headline earnings was 221 cents per share (2015: loss of 189 cents per share).



Declaration of ordinary dividend number 86

The board has approved and declared a final dividend of 50 cents per ordinary share in respect of the year ended 30 June 2016.
12-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Shareholders of Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (?Harmony? and/or ?the Company?) are advised that a reasonable degree of certainty exist that earnings for the year ended 30 June 2016 will be higher than for the year ended 30 June 2015 (?the previous comparable period?), primarily due to a 21% increase in the average rand gold price.



Headline earnings per share (?HEPS?) are expected to be between 202 and 240 SA cents per share, which is between 207% and 227% (or between 391 and 429 SA cents per share) higher than the headline loss of 189 SA cents per share reported for the previous comparable period in 2015.



In US dollars terms, HEPS are expected to be between 13 and 16 US cents per share, which is between 180% and 200% (or between 29 and 32 US cents per share) higher than the headline loss of 16 US cents per share reported for the previous comparable period in 2015.



Earnings per share (?EPS?) are expected to be between 200 and 238 SA cents per share, which is between 119% and 123% (or between 1 244 and 1 282 cents per share) higher than the loss of 1 044 SA cents per share reported for the previous comparable period.



In US dollar terms, EPS are expected to be between 13 and 16 US cents per share, which is between 115% and 119% (or between 99 and 102 US cents per share) higher than the loss of 86 US cents per share reported for the previous comparable period. The financial information on which this trading statement has been based, has not been reviewed or reported on by Harmony?s external auditors. Harmony will publish its financial results for the year ended 30 June 2016 on 17 August 2016. Please refer to our website for the details of the results event www.harmony.co.za.
19-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony?) regrets to advise that a colleague succumbed to his injuries in hospital on Monday afternoon, following a material handling accident on Friday morning at Joel mine in the Free State province.



Investigations into the accident are underway.



Harmony?s management team wish to express their heartfelt condolences to the members of the deceased's family and his colleagues.



18-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has met its annual production guidance of approximately 1.1 million ounces. Year on year Harmony continued to differentiate itself through quality grade management, increasing underground grade by 6% to 5.02g/t ? making it the fourth consecutive year of increased recovered underground grades.



To create further cash certainty, Harmony has entered into short term gold forward sale contracts for a total of 432 000 ounces over a period of 24 months, representing approximately 20% of the Company?s total production. The sharp increase in and the volatility of the R/kg gold price provided Harmony with an opportunity to lock in 20% of its gold sales at a very attractive average rate of approximately R682 000/kg. The limited size and duration of the hedge means shareholders retain full upside exposure on 80% of Harmony?s future gold production for the next two years, after which shareholders will have 100% exposure to the gold price.



Harmony will announce its operating and financial results for the six months and year ended 30 June 2016 on Wednesday 17 August 2016, during a live presentation at the Hilton Hotel, Sandton, at 9am SA time. For webcast and dial-in information on the day, please refer to www.harmony.co.za/investors.
20-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony regreted to advise that an employee was fatally injured in an underground rail bound related incident. The accident occurred at Harmony?s Phakisa mine on Saturday, near Welkom in the Free State province. Investigations into the accident are underway.
19-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony) advises that a presentation on Harmony will be shared at the European Gold Forum in Zurich.





15-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd wish to refer its shareholders to the statement issued by the Chamber of Mines today, which relates to the publication by the Minister of Mineral Resources of a new draft of the Broad-based socio-economic empowerment charter for the South African mining industry (Mining Charter) that has been prepared by the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR). See http://www.chamberofmines.org.za/.



14-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (?Harmony? and/or ?the Company?) advises that its production guidance for the financial year of about 1.1 million ounces is maintained. The March 2016 quarter was 6% higher than the comparative quarter in the previous financial year, but 9% lower than the December 2015 quarter. Total production was impacted by the late start- ups following the December holiday, combined with the impact of the earlier than usual Easter holidays, a maintenance upgrade at Kusasalethu and a safety stoppage at Target.



Supported by stronger cash flows and mining above its guided grade of 5g/t, the company is well positioned to further benefit from the higher gold price. Cash operating costs including capital for the March 2016 quarter is approximately R455 000/kg or US$900/oz (an exchange rate of R15.80/US$), well below the average gold price for the quarter.



The company?s net debt position by quarter end reduced by 35% to approximately R1.7 billion (from R2.5 billion at the end of the previous quarter). The strong R/kg price received during the quarter of about R600 000/kg strengthened Harmony?s cash flow. Cash certainty was further created by the foreign exchange hedging contracts that were announced in February 2016. Harmony remains on track to repay all of its debt by the end of calendar year 2016.



Harmony has changed to semi-annual reporting (reported early March 2016) and its financial results for the 6 months and year ended 30 June 2016 will be published on 17 August 2016.







13-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony (?the company?) advised continuing exploration success at its 100% held Kili Teke prospect in the Hela province in Papua New Guinea (PNG).



A maiden Mineral Resource estimate for Kili Teke was declared and announced in November 2015, comprising 128 million tonnes at 0.4 % copper and 0.3 g/t Au (506,000 tonnes copper, 1.2 million ounces Au)1. The deposit contains two main areas of higher-grade quartz stockwork related mineralisation. Drilling completed since the release (10 holes / 6 820m) has focussed on potential to expand these zones along strike and down dip, with very encouraging results:



* New zones of near surface, stockwork related copper-gold mineralisation developing within the current footprint:

-KTDD027: 584.4m @ 0.52% Cu, 0.35 g/t Au from 4.6m

Including 287.4m @ 0.56% Cu, 0.44 g/t Au from 4.6m (on section below)



* Depth extensions of porphyry related quartz vein stockwork mineralisation confirmed in latest drilling:

-KTDD022: 206m @ 0.59% Cu, 0.42 g/t Au from 482m

-KTDD025: 376m @ 0.47% Cu, 0.29 g/t Au from 495m



* Results also include high-grade massive sulphide chalcopyrite-bornite skarn mineralisation intersected at depth:

-KTDD025: 7.8m @ 12.98% Cu, 11.45 g/t Au from 920.2m



Drilling at the prospect continues with 2 drill rigs. A revised mineral resource estimate incorporating the latest drill results is planned for the September 2016 quarter.



To view figure 1, please refer to https://www.harmony.co.za/our-business/exploration/kili-teke- prospect.



For full results on the Kili Teke drilling information referred to in this release, including JORC / SAMREC disclosure requirements, please refer to the Annexure at https://www.harmony.co.za/downloads/finish/91-files/1962- annexure-13-april-2016
12-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (?Harmony?) regrets to advise that a rock drill operator was fatally injured in a fall of ground accident at its Phakisa mine near Welkom yesterday afternoon. Drilling and blasting operations at the mine have been stopped while further investigations into the accident are taking place.
11-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony?) regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured in a fall of ground accident at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville early this morning.



Investigations into the accident are underway and management has stopped mining activities on the level where the accident occurred.



Harmony?s management team wish to express their deepest condolences to the members of the deceased's family.









08-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (Harmony and/or the Company) advises that following a review of its reporting requirements, the company has taken the decision to change from quarterly to semi-annual financial reporting. Production updates will nevertheless be provided to the market on a quarterly basis.





29-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. (?Harmony?) announces the appointment of Beyers Nel as chief operating officer of the South African operations and Phillip Tobias in the new position of chief operating officer of special projects and development (which includes safety, mining projects and company strategy) with effect from 1 March 2016.



23-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony advises that it has entered into foreign exchange hedging contracts in respect of the Rand/US dollar (?USD? or ?USD?) exchange rate for a nominal US dollar value of approximately USD400 million.



?The weakness in and volatility of the rand presented an opportunity to Harmony to establish a very attractive minimum exchange rate on the US dollars we receive when we sell our gold, while leaving our shareholders fully exposed to the upside in the USD gold price. At the same time this provides more certainty on our margins and cash flows, enabling us to reduce our debt, strengthen our balance sheet and provide us with further confidence that we can fund the Golpu project?, said Frank Abbott, financial director of Harmony.



These hedging contracts have been done in the form of zero cost collars (?collars?). The collars establish a floor or minimum exchange rate for Harmony?s future USD gold sale proceeds, while also establishing a cap or maximum exchange rate at which its future USD gold sale proceeds could be exchanged into rands.



The hedging contracts are spread over a 12 month period with an average floor price of R15.59/USD and an average cap price of R18.60/USD. To date, USD400 million (approximately R6.2 billion) has been hedged. This amounts to approximately one third of Harmony?s expected USD gold sale proceeds over a 12 month period.



Since 31 December 2015, Harmony has repaid a further USD20 million on the USD250 million revolving credit facility leaving the utilised balance at USD180 million.
15-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
05-Feb-2016
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, Harmony Gold managed to stem losses in the first half of this financial year. It said higher production meant cash flow had strengthened and margins were growing. It was also able to repay debt and fund its Golpu copper and gold project in Papua New Guinea. CEO Peter Steenkamp views Harmony's investment case as still very strong.
04-Feb-2016
(C)
Revenue for the interim period increased to R8.7 billion (2014: R8.1 billion). Gross profit climbed to R701 million (2014: loss of R143 million), operating loss declined to R418 million (2014: loss of R1.2 billion) and the net loss was R445 million (2014: loss of 1.1 billion). Furthermore, headline loss per share was recorded at 103 cents per share (2014: loss of 175 cents per share)
04-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
*Safety parameters improving; working towards zero harm

*7% increase in underground recovered grade

*2% increase in production

*All-in sustaining costs down by 7% at R434 834/kg (down 15% to US$950/oz)

*84% increase in production profit to R1.29 billion (68% to US$91 million)

*Headline earnings of R74 million (US$5 million)

*Net debt reduction of R127 million (US$29 million)





Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited ?(Harmony? and/or ?the Company?) announces that it recorded another solid set of results for the second quarter of financial year 2016 ? three consecutive quarters of increased delivery. Underground grade was 7% higher, with the majority of Harmony?s operations producing higher kilograms and generating net free operational cash flow. Combined with a 7% increase in the average R/kg gold price received of R507 490/kg, revenue increased by 10% to R4.57 billion (to US$321 million) during the quarter.



Harmony?s production profit increased by 84% to R1.29 billion (68% to US$91 million) quarter on quarter, mainly due to a 7% increase in the gold price received and supported by a 2% increase in gold production. All-in sustaining costs for all operations decreased by 7% to R434 834/kg in the December 2015 quarter, compared to R466 061/kg in the September 2015 quarter (15% decrease to US$950/oz). Better production results resulted in Harmony recording headline earnings of R74 million (US$5 million).





02-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (Harmony) advises that the trading price of the Harmony American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) on the New York Stock Exchange (Ticker: HMY) has complied with the NYSE?s continued listing standard, a month before the expiry of the six months? notice period and therefore no reverse split or change in ADR ratio (currently 1:1) is required.



Harmony received notice from the NYSE on 8 September 2015 regarding the ADR price being below US$1. Harmony?s ADR has now complied with the NYSE?s continued listing standard by achieving a minimum closing price of US$1 on 29 January 2016 and a minimum average of US$1 over 30 consecutive trading days.



29-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretted to advise that an employee was fatally injured early this morning in a fall of ground accident at its Masimong mine in the Free State province. Investigations into the accident are underway.
25-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that it continued to increase its gold production for a third consecutive quarter. Underground grade was up close to 7% and overall gold production was 2% higher quarter on quarter. Harmony?s results for the second quarter FY16 and six months ended 31 December 2015 will be released at a live presentation, via webcast and a conference call on Thursday, 4 February 2015 in Johannesburg. Please refer to https://www.harmony.co.za/investors to obtain dial-in details for the event.
10-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee was fatally injured yesterday following a fall of ground accident at its Target mine in Welkom in the Free State province.



Investigations into the accident are underway.
02-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (Harmony and/or Company) is pleased to advise that it has repaid R1.1 billion of its debt. These repayments comprise US$50 million on its US$250 million Revolving Credit Facility (RCF) and R 400 million on its R1.3 billion Rand facility. The mining operations continue to perform in line with their plans post the September 2015 quarter. An increase in the rand gold price during October and November 2015, further strengthened the Company?s cash position.



Despite the gold price trading around multi-year lows in US dollar terms, Harmony, with over 90% of its operating revenue generated in South Africa, benefits from the weak rand which more than offsets the impact of the low US dollar gold price.

24-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony and/or Company) is pleased to announce a maiden Mineral Resource estimate for the Kili Teke copper-gold deposit on its 100% owned exploration licence EL2310, containing 506 000 tonnes of copper, 1.2 million ounces of gold and 22 000 tonnes of molybdenum.
24-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
23-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised shareholders that, at Harmony?s annual general meeting, the requisite majority of shareholders approved all the ordinary and special resolutions, as set out in the notice of annual general meeting forming part of the Company?s 2015 integrated annual report. There were 436 189 392 ordinary shares in issue as at the date of the annual general meeting.
16-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (?Harmony?) regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured yesterday in a fall of ground accident at its Masimong mine in the Free State province.



Investigations into the accident are underway and all operations at the mine have been stopped by management.



09-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony (the ?company?) announces the appointment of Peter Steenkamp as its chief executive officer (CEO), effective 1 January 2016.



Following the announcement of Graham Briggs? retirement in July 2015, the Harmony board began a formal search for a new chief executive officer.
09-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony hosted visitors for an underground visit at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville on 0 November 2015. The presentation which will be shared is available on the Harmony website at https://www.harmony.co.za/investors/news- and-events/presentations-2/presentations-2015.
05-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced its results for the first quarter ended 30 September 2015 of financial year 2016. The Company?s restructuring efforts and its focus on what it can control ? production and costs ? yielded excellent results.



South African underground gold production increased by 17% (7 676kg/246 790oz) and underground recovered grade increased by 8% quarter on quarter to 4.99g/t. Production profit is 12% higher at R701 million (USD54 million), with a 7% increase in revenue at R4.1 billion (USD319 million). The Company generated free cash flow of R122 million (USD10million) during the quarter.



Harmony is operating its underground mines in South Africa at an all-in sustaining cost of R434 829/kg (USD1 040/oz), which means that it will continue to benefit from the current higher R/kg gold price. All-in sustaining costs for all operations decreased by 3% to R466 061/kg in the September 2015 quarter, compared to R478 746/kg in the June 2015 quarter (decreased 10% from USD1 233/oz to USD1 115/oz).



The Company?s exploration programme continues to enjoy considerable success in locating copper-gold mineralisation. In an environment where very little is being spent on exploration and with the scarcity of new major copper and gold discoveries, the results from the Kili Teke grassroots prospect are very encouraging. In addition, the feasibility study of the world-class gold-copper project, Golpu, is set to be completed by December 2015.
05-Nov-2015
(C)
Revenue for the quarter decreased to R4.1 billion (2014: R4.4 billion). Gross profit declined to R52 million (2014: R112 million), operating loss widened to R532 million (2014: loss of R295 million), while net loss for the period attributable to owners of the parent came in at R521 million (2014: loss of R266 million). Furthermore, headline loss per share was higher at 120cps (2014: loss of 61cps).
23-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony (?Harmony? or ?the Company?) announced that it published its suite of reports for the financial year ended 30 June 2015 (FY15) on 23 October 2015.



These reports include:

*the Integrated Annual Report for FY15 ? available on the company?s website at http://www.harmony.co.za/investors/reporting/annual-reports

*Harmony?s Report to Shareholders, which includes the company?s notice of its annual general meeting and summarised consolidated annual financial statements. This report was posted to shareholders on 23 October 2015 and is available at http://www.harmony.co.za/investors/reporting/annual-reports

*the Form 20F - Harmony?s annual filing submitted to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission - available after 5pm SA time 23 October 2015, on the company?s website at http://www.harmony.co.za/investors/reporting/20f



Harmony's Integrated Annual Report 2015 tells the story of Harmony for our 2015 financial year (FY15) from 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015. We aim to show readers what Harmony has done and achieved, what we plan to do and achieve in the future and how we intend to get there. The report reflects on our journey in FY15 ? we explain our external and internal environments, our strategy and business model, together with our objectives and how we performed against these.



The audited annual financial statements for the 12 months ended 30 June 2015 are included as part of the Company reports? suite. These audited results contain no modifications to the financial results published on 18 August 2015 and therefore no abridged report will be published.



PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. audited the annual financial statements and their unqualified report is available for inspection at the registered office of the Company.



The annual general meeting of the company will be held at the Hilton Hotel, 138 Rivonia Road, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa, on Monday, 23 November 2015, at 11:00 (SA time) to transact the business as stated in the notice of the annual general meeting.
08-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that the Company?s total gold production will be 8% to 10% higher quarter on quarter.



Gold production from the South African operations increased by an admirable 16%, due to an increase in both tonnes and grade. As guided in August 2015, production at Hidden Valley in Papua New Guinea was negatively impacted by a fatality.



Harmony?s results for the first quarter FY16 ended 30 September 2015 will be released by webcast and conference call on Thursday, 5 November 2015.
02-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony (?the company?) is pleased to announce that it has reached a three year wage agreement with the National Union of Mineworkers, UASA and Solidarity, effective from 1 July 2015. Increases range from 6% for miners, artisans and officials to 10.4% for category 4 employees.



The new increase will ensure that all category 4 to 8 employees and B-lower officials will immediately receive an increase of R600 per month, to be back-dated to 1 July 2015, as well as a R100 per month increase in the living-out allowance in year 1 to be back-dated to 1 September 2015. In addition, category 4 to 8 employees and B-lower officials will receive an annual increase of R625 per month as from 1 July 2016, and another R650 as from 1 July 2017.



Harmony has also agreed to incorporate the rock drill operators? (RDOs) allowance of R400 into basic pay and other operators? allowance of R250 will also be included in their basic rates.



By the third year of the agreement (as at 1 July 2017) underground entry level employees (category 4 employees) will receive a total guaranteed wage of close to R14 000. Guaranteed pay excludes bonuses and includes: basic pay, service increments, average overtime and allowances, as well as a thirteenth cheque, medical and retirement contributions.



Miners, artisans and officials will receive an increase in their standard rate of pay of 6% back-dated to 1 July 2015. Increases in the second and third years of the agreement will be guaranteed at 6%.



Regrettably, the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has rejected the offers made by the company. Since agreement has been reached with unions representing the majority of employees at Harmony, the agreement will be extended to all employees.
11-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that the Company (ticker on NYSE: HMY) was notified by the New York Stock Exchange (?NYSE?) on the 8th of September 2015 that the trading price of the Harmony American Depositary Receipt (?ADR? or ?Harmony ADR?) has fallen below the NYSE?s continued listing standard. The NYSE requires that a Harmony ADR?s minimum average closing price should not be less than USD1.00 per ADR over a period of 30 consecutive trading days.



The NYSE notification does not affect the Company?s Securities and Exchange Commission reporting requirements and has no impact on the Harmony?s business operations. Under the NYSE?s rules, the Company has a period of six months from the date of receipt of the NYSE notice to regain compliance with the minimum share price requirement. During this period, the Harmony ADR will continue to be traded on the NYSE, subject to the Company?s compliance with other NYSE listing requirements.



Harmony intends to consider available alternatives - such as changing the ratio between the ADRs and the underlying ordinary shares (also referred to as a ?reverse stock split?) - to cure the share price deficiency and return to compliance with the NYSE?s continued listing standard. Any action taken to ensure compliance is not expected to affect Harmony?s market capitalization.
18-Aug-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced its fourth quarter and year end results for the financial year 2015 (FY15). Gold production increased by 4% and gold sold increased by 12% quarter on quarter. Total gold production for the year is 1.08 million ounces. The previous quarter?s headline loss of 60 cents (USD5 cents) per share was turned into a profit of 44 cents (USD4 cents) (including year-end accounting adjustments).



Following Harmony?s annual life-of-mine reassessment, a net loss of R4.5 billion (USD396 million) was recorded in FY15 due to a total impairment of R3.5 billion (USD303 million). The impairment of R3 471 million in the June 2015 quarter consists of an impairment of R2 114 million in respect of Hidden Valley, R1 036 million on Doornkop, R278 million on Phakisa and R43 million on Freddies 9. The impairments are due to the restructuring of operations for profitability and in response to low commodity prices and high operating costs, which resulted in a reduced life of mine.



The Kili Teke prospect is a new exciting copper-gold discovery and drilling to convert the prospect into a new copper-gold resource continues. Kili Teke could well be another Golpu.
18-Aug-2015
(C)
Revenue for the year decreased to R15.435 billion (2014: R15.682 billion). Gross loss widened to R3.618 billion (2014: loss of R406 million), operating loss grew to R5.193) billion (2014: loss of R1.560 billion), while loss attributable to owners of the parent increased to R4.536 billion (2014: loss of R1.270 billion). Furthermore, headline loss per share came in at 189cps (2014: earning of 26cps).
07-Aug-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured while attempting to clear a blockage in the loading bin on 137 level at its Joel mine in the Free State on Thursday evening.



Investigations into the accident are underway and hoisting of ore and blasting operations at the mine have been stopped by management.



Harmony?s management team wish to express their deepest condolences to the members of the deceased's family.
04-Aug-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretted to advise that an employee was fatally injured in a rail bound accident at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville on Monday morning. Investigations into the accident are underway and all tramming operations on the level where the accident occurred have been stopped.
30-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
16-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
The Board of Harmony advised that Graham Briggs, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), has indicated his wish to retire as CEO and member of the board. Graham (62), has had a long and distinguished career in the South African mining industry, including 20 years of service with Harmony. He was appointed as CEO in 2008.



The Harmony Board will now commence a formal search for the new CEO. Graham has agreed to remain in the role of CEO until a suitable candidate has been appointed and to ensure a smooth handover. When the new CEO has been appointed, a further announcement will be made.
15-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that gold production during the June 2015 quarterly is likely to be 4% to 5% higher quarter-on-quarter, while gold production for FY15 ended 30 June 2015 is estimated to be at 1.08 million ounces.



On 19 May 2015, Harmony started a 60 day consultation process with organised labour at its Doornkop mine in terms of section 189a (?Section 189a?) of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 ("LRA") with a view to find ways to return the mine to profitability or to place the mine on care and maintenance. Following several meetings with organised labour, Harmony and the unions have agreed to a new operational plan for Doornkop that will return the mine to profitability, thus saving a significant number of jobs.



Doornkop mine?s newly agreed plan provides for more than 3 100 employees (including contractors), with only 526 employees (including contractors) being affected. The majority of these employees have been transferred to other operations. Of the 526, about 183 people will either be re-skilled for redeployment elsewhere in Harmony or may elect to accept a voluntary severance package.



Harmony?s results for the quarter and year ended 30 June 2015 will be released on Tuesday, 18 August 2015. Please refer to http://www.harmony.co.za/investors for dial-in and webcast information.
02-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
*Consultation with labour at Doornkop mine continues - job loss avoidance measures a priority

*Engagement with relevant stakeholders at all levels



Harmony advises that in line with its market update on the 8th of May 2015 to restructure its Doornkop mine, management is continuing its consultation process in terms of section 189A (?Section 189A?) of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 ("LRA") with organised labour and other relevant stakeholders to explore a possible restructuring of the mine.



Given the current gold price environment and the significant capital investment required to sustain operations at this shaft, all indications are that Doornkop will continue to make a loss in the foreseeable future unless it is restructured. Doornkop incurred an operating loss after capital of R210 million during financial 2014 and a further loss of R98 million during the nine months ended 31 March 2015.



On Sunday, 31 May 2015, an underground fire was reported at Doornkop. All employees were brought to safety and no one was injured. The fire occurred in an old mined out area where some cleaning operations had been taking place. The cause of the fire is not known at this stage. Production has been stopped for safety reasons and indications are that we can start production early next week again.
01-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony regrets to advise that one of our employees was fatally injured on Saturday in a fall of ground accident at its Bambanani mine near Welkom in the Free State province.



Investigations into the accident are underway. All blasting operations at the mine have been stopped.



Harmony?s Chief Executive Officer, Graham Briggs, and his management team wish to express their deepest condolences to the members of the deceased's family.
08-May-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony is pleased to announce its operational and financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended 31 March 2015.



Gold production for the March 2015 quarter was impacted by slow start- ups after the December 2014 holidays, as well as safety stoppages. As a result, gold production was 10% (817 kilograms) lower at 7 642 kilograms in the March 2015 quarter compared to the December 2014 quarter (8 459 kilograms).



Despite lower gold production, production profit increased by 4% to R643 million (USD55 million) in the March 2015 quarter compared to R618 million (USD55 million) in the previous quarter, mainly due to a 10% decrease in operating costs supported by a 6% increase in the average gold price received. Harmony reduced its headline loss per share from 114 SA cents (USD10 cents) in the December 2014 quarter, to 60 SA cents (USD5 cents) in the March 2015 quarter.
08-May-2015
(C)
Revenue decreased to R3.4 billion (R3.8 billion). Gross loss came in at R16 million (profit of R235 million), while operating loss came in at R293 million (profit of R6 million). Net loss attributable to owners of the parent came in at R263 million (profit of R31 million). In addition, a headline loss per share of 60cps (profit of 12cps) was recorded.



Outlook

Harmony responded to a lower gold price, first by rationalising assets and then restructuring the portfolio ? cutting costs, reducing labour numbers and focusing on mining only safe, profitable ounces. During the next couple of months Harmony will continue to improve the performance of assets and restructure Masimong, Doornkop and Hidden Valley for profitability. Harmony is assessing ways of funding Golpu and unlocking the true value of each of the companies assets, which will ensure shareholder returns in the long term.
21-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it continues to restructure its operations for long term profitability. The restructuring at Kusasalethu was completed and the full cost saving will be realised in the June quarter. Production at the mine is ramping up to planned levels.



Overall, slow start-ups post the December holidays and safety stoppages resulted in group production being 10% lower quarter on quarter. Operating and capital costs are expected to have reduced by a similar percentage compared to the previous quarter. Underground grade remained consistent.



Harmony?s results for the third quarter of financial year 2015 ended 31 March 2015 will be released on Friday, 8 May 2015 in Johannesburg via webcast and conference call only. Please refer to our website www.harmony.co.za for the dial-in details.
21-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it continues to restructure its operations for long term profitability. The restructuring at Kusasalethu was completed and the full cost saving will be realised in the June quarter. Production at the mine is ramping up to planned levels.



Overall, slow start-ups post the December holidays and safety stoppages resulted in group production being 10% lower quarter on quarter. Operating and capital costs are expected to have reduced by a similar percentage compared to the previous quarter. Underground grade remained consistent.



Harmony?s results for the third quarter of financial year 2015 ended 31 March 2014 will be released on Friday, 8 May 2015 in Johannesburg via webcast and conference call only. Please refer to the website www.harmony.co.za for the dial-in details.
07-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee was fatally injured in an engineering related accident while performing maintenance work at Unisel mine near Welkom on Saturday, 4 April 2015.



Production at the mine has been stopped and an investigation into the accident is underway.
31-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (?Harmony? and/or ?the Company?) notes the release by the Minister of Mineral Resources Minister Advocate Ngoako Ramatlhodi, of the Department of Mineral Resources?(DMR?s) assessment of the mining industry?s compliance with the Mining Charter.



Harmony is supportive of the position adopted by the Chamber of Mines of South Africa, which acknowledges the DMR?s account of the mining industry?s success in achieving these targets and recognises the role of the mining industry as a driver of growth and development in South Africa.



Harmony notes the difference of opinion in how some black economic empowerment (BEE) transactions are recognized. To this end, the DMR and the mining industry have agreed to jointly seek a ?declaratory order? from a South African court to ensure the correct interpretation of the rules governing the BEE component of the Charter. This is a proactive and necessary step to promote regulatory certainty for the mining industry.



The Company believes that its performance in terms of each of the nine pillars set out in the Mining Charter illustrates that it does more than just comply. The nine pillars of the Charter are: reporting, ownership, housing and living conditions, procurement and enterprise development, employment equity, human resources development, mine community development, sustainable development and growth and beneficiation. For more details on Harmony?s social investment, please visit our website at www.harmony.co.za.



11-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that it has intersected a highly significant zone of copper-gold mineralisation at the Kili Teke Exploration Prospect on one of its exclusively owned exploration licence areas in Papua New Guinea.



Initial diamond drill testing of the Kili Teke prospect is currently underway. Assays received from the first 4 holes have all returned broad porphyry style copper gold intercepts with mineralisation extending to surface. The mineralisation contains higher grade intervals of copper- gold mineralisation up to 202m @ 0.74% Cu and 0.57g/t Au. At this stage the mineralisation remains open through the drill pattern over 500m, and at depth. The following intercepts have been recorded:

*KTDD004: 38m @ 0.28% Cu, 0.17 g/t Au from surface

*KTDD005: 255m @ 0.24% Cu, 0.15 g/t Au from 146m

*KTDD006: 259m @ 0.35% Cu, 0.26 g/t Au from 172m

*KTDD007: 422m @ 0.55% Cu, 0.43 g/t Au, from 131m

Including 202m @ 0.74% Cu, 0.57g/t Au, from 137m



The above drill results are extracts from the exploration results. Please refer to https://www.harmony.co.za/downloads/finish/91- files/1261-kiliteke-annexure-1 for more detailed exploration results on Kili Teke, as required by SAMREC and The JORC Code 2012.



Competent Persons statement

The information in this announcement that relates to exploration results and other scientific and technical information are based on information compiled by Mr Mike Humphries. Mr Humphries is a full time employee of Harmony and a member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists. Mr Humphries has sufficient experience which is relevant to the styles of mineralisation and types of deposits under consideration and to the activity which he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in The JORC Code 2012 and SAMREC. Mr Humphries consents to the inclusion in this announcement of the matters based on this information in the form and context in which it appears.
23-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi, Minister of Mineral Resources, met with management and unions at Kusasalethu mine on 23 February 2015. The Minister was briefed on the fire that was reported at 09:40 22 February 2015, and on the safe evacuation of 486 employees.



The Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) will lead the investigation, together with management, unions and employees, into the cause of the fire. Findings of this investigation will be communicated in due course.
23-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that all of the 486 employees at the company?s Kusasalethu mine were brought to surface safely on 22 February 2015.



This follows the successful operation undertaken by mine rescue teams who were deployed underground to contain a fire, believed to have started during maintenance work on a bulk air cooler on 75 level, and to bring employees to surface. The fire started at around 09:40 on Sunday 22 February some 2 300 metres underground. Operations at the mine are currently suspended. Investigations into the cause of the fire will be conducted jointly with the Department of Mineral Resources and mine management.



Further information will be released as this becomes available.
09-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
09-Feb-2015
(C)
Revenue for the interim came in at R8.1 billion (2013: R8.1 billion). Gross profit plummeted to a loss of R143 million (2013: profit of R537 million), operating loss came in at R1.2 billion (2013: loss of R125 million), while the net loss was R1.1 billion (2013: loss of R78 million). Furthermore, headline loss per share was recorded at 175cps (2013: loss of 16cps).
29-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony (?the company?) announced that its South African operations reported its first ever fatal free quarter, with a majority of its operations performing in line with their production plans. Underground grade remained consistent quarter on quarter.



Target 3 was placed on care and maintenance as planned, with Kusasalethu?s underperformance trailing down the overall production performance. On 2 December 2014 Harmony announced that a new plan was being implemented to return Kusasalethu to profitability. The Section 189 consultation process in terms of the Labour Relations Act is in progress. The new plan for Kusasalethu should return the mine to profitability at the end of the fourth quarter of financial year 2015, mining lower volumes at higher grades and at a reduced cost. Our focus at each of our mines remains safe, profitable ounces.



Hidden Valley also contributed to the quarter?s lower production, due to a fatality and a belt tear on the overland conveyor (OLC). Both resulted in production stoppages at the mine. There was no structural damage to the OLC, but belt replacement work was not completed until January 2015. Maintenance scheduled for the OLC and the metallurgical plant in the first half of 2015 was brought forward and conducted while the belt was being replaced. Ore was hauled to the mill by truck during this period, adversely impacting costs.



As a result of the above, gold production for the December 2014 quarter decreased by approximately 10% quarter on quarter, entirely due to production stoppages at Kusasalethu and Hidden Valley. Harmony?s results for the second quarter of financial year 2015 ended 31 December 2014 will be released in Cape Town during a presentation, webcast and conference call on Monday, 9 February 2015.
19-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured in a rail-bound equipment related accident at Masimong mine near Welkom on the morning of Sunday 18 January 2014.



Investigations into the accident are underway.



Harmony?s Chief Executive Officer, Graham Briggs and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the family and colleagues of the deceased.
14-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee was fatally injured in a fall of ground accident in a development area at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville mine on 13 January 2015.



Investigations into the accident are underway. All the development operations at the mine have been stopped by Management.
15-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
02-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony advises that, following an intensive performance review of its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville, a new plan is being implemented to return the mine to profitability.



Kusasalethu has consistently recorded losses since September 2012. The mine recorded negative free cash flow of R392million in the financial year ended June 2014 and negative free cash flow of R112 million between July and October 2014. This is despite ongoing improvement initiatives and continued investment in the mine (some R3.9 billion in capital since 2001) to improve the mine's performance. Engineering infrastructure and water reticulation failures in the past year exacerbated the underperformance at the mine further, as have excessive stoppages for various reasons, including illegal mining activities.



The current situation is clearly unsustainable. Harmony's intention is to restore the mine to profitability in the fourth quarter of the current financial year and - in so doing - preserve as many jobs as possible. The new plan will entail mining lower volumes at higher grades at a reduced cost.



Kusasalethu has commenced a Section 189 consultation process in terms of the Labour Relations Act and will seek to engage with representative unions in evaluating various options. The parties will, over the next 60 day consultation period consider a number of avoidance measures that may include offering voluntary separation and, early retirement packages to employees and seek to transfer as many employees as possible to vacancies that exist elsewhere in the company. Kusasalethu currently employs about 6 300 people (including contractors).



In conclusion, Mr Briggs reiterated Harmony's commitment to work with its social partners - government, unions, employees and shareholders - in arriving at a sustainable solution. For more details contact:
02-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
Various presentations on Harmony?s Papua New Guinean (PNG) assets to be shared at the PNG Mining and Petroleum Investment Conference in Sydney Harmony wishes to advise that various presentations on its assets and projects in PNG, will be given at the 13th PNG Mining and Petroleum Investment Conference in Sydney today. One presentation will cover Harmony?s wholly owned PNG assets and two presentations will be on the jointly owned assets with its joint venture partner. The presentations are available on the Company?s website at https://www.harmony.co.za/investors.



Progress of the optimised pre-feasibility study (PFS) on the Golpu project is on track for completion and submission to both joint venture partners? boards by mid December 2014. Further information on the project will be released as and when board approval of the PFS has been obtained.
21-Nov-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised shareholders that, at Harmony's annual general meeting held on 21 November 2014, the requisite majority of shareholders approved all the ordinary and special resolutions, as set out in the notice of annual general meeting forming part of the Company's 2014 integrated annual report. There were 435 842 547 ordinary shares in issue as at the date of annual general meeting.
05-Nov-2014
(Official Notice)
Increase in gold production boosts cash flow.

* 6% increase in gold production to 9 435kg (303 341oz)

* 8% increase in production profit at R913 million (USD85 million)

* Grade continues to increase

* 4% improvement in underground recovered grade at 4.84g/t

* on back of 5% improvement in recovered grade for the year ended 30 June 2014

* 18% increase in revenue to R4.4 billion (USD412 million)

* Net debt reduced from R1.0 billion to R771 million (from USD98 million to USD68 million)

* Net loss reduced by 78% to R266 million loss (USD25 million)



Harmony announced that its gold production increased by 6% to 9 435kg. Revenue increased by 18% to R4 431 million (USD412 million), as a result of a 16% increase in gold sold to 9 987kg and a 2% increase in the Rand gold price received at R443 690/kg in the September 2014 quarter. Quarter on quarter underground grade improved by 4% - to 4.84g/t - on the back of a 5% year-on-year increase in recovered grade at the end of June 2014.



Although production profit increased by 8% to R913 million (USD85 million), a net loss was recorded due to a foreign exchange translation loss of R190 million (USD18 million) on foreign debt, as well as an increase in depreciation of R124 million (USD10 million). Quarter on quarter net debt was reduced to R771 million (USD68 million), compared to net debt in the previous quarter of R1 031 million (USD98 million). The net loss of R1 223 million (USD116 million) in the June 2014 quarter reduced to R266 million (USD25 million) in the September 2014 quarter.
05-Nov-2014
(C)
Revenue for the quarter increased to R4.4 billion (2013: R4 billion). Gross profit more than halved to R112 million (2013: R283 million), operating loss widened to R295 million (2013: loss of R4 million), while net loss for the period attributable to owners of the parent came in at R266 million (2013: profit of R13 million). Furthermore, headline loss per share was higher at 61cps (2013: earnings of 5cps).
31-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that management has decided to take serious action to tackle illegal mining at its Kusasalethu mine. The initiative has been stepped up following the outbreak of a fire at the mine yesterday afternoon, which is believed to have been caused by illegal miners. Established surveillance mechanisms alerted mine management to the fire, and standard evacuation procedures meant that all employees who were underground at the time were brought safely to surface.



Although illegal mining is more common at abandoned and near-surface mines, it is still rife in deep level underground mines where trespassers illegally enter the mines with the intent of mining and removing gold or copper bearing material. These activities pose a threat not only to the illegal miners' own health and safety, but also to the safety of employees. Very often these activities result in damage to property and mining equipment and disruption to operations as a result of negligence, sabotage, theft and vandalism. The activities of illegal miners can also cause pollution, underground fires and deplete mineral deposits, potentially making the future mining of such deposits uneconomical.



The company notes that Harmony employees have been threatened by illegal miners. At the same time it is also known that some employees have aided illegal miners through access to workings, equipment and food and water. During October 2014, 105 illegal miners have been arrested and about 25 employees are subject to disciplinary action.



Harmony is adopting an uncompromising stance towards these activities and is working with organised labour and the regulatory authorities to do so. Harmony is implementing increased security and improved clocking-in systems to tighten control on who enters and exits its mines. The company also regularly inspects closed-up sections to ensure that they remain sealed off and cannot be accessed illegally. Harmony management has decided to close the mine for a two week period with the aim to remove all illegal miners, as well as complete all security and access control measures. No production will occur during this period and employees will be sent on leave.
23-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
14-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has increased its production by approximately 6% in the first quarter of financial year 2015 - in line with its annual production guidance. Harmony's results for the first quarter FY15 ended 30 September 2014 will be released by webcast and conference call only on Wednesday, 5 November 2014.
07-Oct-2014
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day Harmony Gold has struck an agreement with White Rivers Exploration to jointly explore and develop the privately owned company's gold and uranium Beisa prospect in the Free State. Harmony will own 51% of the joint venture and White Rivers the balance once a positive feasibility study is completed. Initially Harmony will hold 35% of the venture and White Rivers the balance. White Rivers and Harmony will fund and manage the exploration up to a pre-feasibility study level.
25-Aug-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee was fatally injured in a tramming accident at its Tshepong mine near Welkom on 25 August 2014. Investigations into the accident are underway.
19-Aug-2014
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcements made during the reporting of Harmony's results for the quarter and year ended 30 June 2014 on Thursday, 14 August 2014, the Company advises of the following:



Target 3 to be placed on care and maintenance

Despite numerous initiatives by both management and organised labour to return Target 3 to profitability, this operation has continued to record cash flow losses. Given the current gold price environment, and the significant capital investment required to sustain operations at this shaft, Target 3 is predicted to continue to make a loss in the foreseeable future. Target 3 made a cumulative loss of approximately R260 million in the past 4.5 years. Additional development and equipping is required to access the targeted South Block to sustain operations at Target 3 and, in particular the build-up in Basal reef stoping. While the targeted South Block remains a valuable resource, the shaft will be placed on care and maintenance once the requirements of a section 189 process have been fulfilled. Target 3 currently employs approximately 1 500 people.



Consultation and engagement

The cessation of operations at Target 3 will have an impact on employees and contractors. As far as it is possible to do so, measures will be taken to minimise and/or avoid job losses. Such measures include offering voluntary separation packages to eligible employees, early retirements, transferring employees where skills match current vacancies at other Harmony operations and re-skilling employees for redeployment into alternative jobs where possible within the company.
14-Aug-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced its fourth quarter and year end results for the financial year 2014 (FY14). Gold production for FY14 increased by 3% to 36 453kg (1.17moz) compared to financial year 2013, with a 4% decrease in all-in sustaining costs to R413 433/kg (USD1 242/oz) in FY14. Production profit for FY14 was R3.8 billion (USD367 million) compared to R4.6 billion (USD519 million) in FY13, mainly due to a 5% decrease in the rand gold price received and a 4% (R495 million) increase in cash operating costs for FY14.



The Company's capital expenditure supports safe production and a sustainable future and it continued its responsible capital expenditure during FY14, with a 30% decrease in total capital expenditure to R2.5 billion (USD244 million) as planned, compared to R3.6 billion (USD 412million) in FY13, mainly due to a decrease in capital expenditure at Hidden Valley in Papua New Guinea (PNG).



Harmony reduced its net loss of R1.27 billion (USD123 million) for FY14, when compared to a net loss of R2.35 billion (USD224 million) in FY13. The net loss in FY14 is mainly due to the impairment of Phakisa of R1.38 billion (USD130 million) , which reduced the net profit of the Company, but did not have an impact on reported cash balances, free cash flow or headline earnings. The Company recorded headline earnings of 26 SA cents per share (2.5 US cents) for the year.



Gold production for the June 2014 quarter increased by 7% from 8 368kg (269 035oz) in the March 2014 quarter to 8 935kg (287 266oz) in the June quarter. All-in sustaining costs remained steady at R428 383/kg (USD1 267/oz). Production profit for the quarter was R847 million(USD81 million) compared to R924 million (USD85 million) in the March 2014 quarter, mainly due to a 3% decrease in the rand gold price to R435 775/kg (USD1 289/oz). Cash operating costs increased by 6% (R180 million) in the June 2014 quarter, mainly due to an increase in consumables as well as higher winter electricity tariffs for the South African operations. Headline earnings of 30 SA cents per share (2.9 US cents) were recorded for the June 2014 quarter.
14-Aug-2014
(C)
Revenue for the year ended 30 June 2014 decreased slightly to R15.7 billion (2013: R15.9 billion). Gross loss narrowed to R406 million (2013: loss of R546 million), operating loss lowered to R1.6 billion (2013: loss of R2 billion), while net loss for the period improved to R1.3 billion (2013: loss of R2.3 billion). Furthermore, headline earnings from continuing operations shot up to 26cps (2013: 3cps).



Conclusion

Harmony strategy is to focus on improving their margins, growing the value per share of their PNG assets and Harmony intends identifying acquisition opportunities outside South Africa. Harmony remains committed to positioning Harmony as a competitive, value focused gold mining company.
08-Aug-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony ("the company") today announced that it has completed its business plans ("plans") for financial year 2015. Particular focus was placed on the following :

* improving operating margins

* robust and realistic operating planning

* increasing free cash flow through higher grades and cost control

* capital expenditure which ensures returns are made within a reasonable period of time



The plans form the basis for assessing whether any impairment against the carrying value of an asset is required. These values are informed by a number of factors, including estimates of future gold prices and exchange rates, life of mine plans and operating and capital cost estimates. The business plans include the write-down of the carrying value of Phakisa. A total impairment of approximately R1.4 billion will be recorded in Harmony?s financial results for the year ended 30 June 2014, which will reduce the net profit of the company, but will not have an impact on reported cash balances and free cash flow.



An updated feasibility study was recently completed on the Phakisa decline project and showed that a large amount of capital was required to develop the decline project. To ensure that Phakisa meets the planning factors set out above, it has been decided not to continue with the development of the decline.



Harmony will release its results for Q4 FY14 and the year ended 30 June 2014, on Thursday, 14 August 2014. Please refer to the company's website (www.harmony.co.za/investors) for more information on the results presentation, webcast link and dial-in details.
29-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited ("Harmony") regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured in a fall of ground accident at its Doornkop mine near Krugersdorp this morning. Investigations into the accident are underway. All production at the mine has been stopped by management.
25-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to today's (25 July 2014) announcement by Rand Refinery (refer http://www.randrefinery.com/media_press.htm), regarding a loan facility extended to it by certain of its shareholders, as a precautionary measure. This follows challenges encountered in the implementation of a new Enterprise Resource planning system at the refinery. Harmony confirmed its participation in the loan facility.



Harmony owns a 10.38% stake in the Rand Refinery and accounts for it on the equity accounting method as an associate. Harmony expects to make a R125 million provision against its investment in Rand Refinery, which will impact fourth quarter results scheduled for release on Thursday, 14 August 2014 (website:www.harmony.co.za/investors).
13-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretted to advise that an employee was fatally injured in a fall of ground accident at Masimong mine near Welkom last night. Investigations into the accident are underway. All production at the mine has been stopped.
06-May-2014
(C)
Revenue increased to R3.8 billion (R3.5 billion). Gross profit declined to R235 million (R268 million) and operating profit came in at R6 million (loss of R158 million). There was a turnaround in net attributable profit to R31 million (loss of R101 million). In addition, headline earnings per share of 12cps (loss from continuing operations of 51cps) was recorded.



Outlook

Various structural changes have been effected which will aid in the pro-active management of unplanned events which have negatively impacted on production. In parallel, our revised planning strategy will shift the focus toward de-bottlenecking and optimisation, and should also result in an increase in the company's margins. Management remains committed to increasing our profits and cash flow to enable us to pay dividends in future.
08-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured at its Tshepong mine near Welkom early this morning, after he was inundated by ore in a centre raise.



Investigations into the accident are underway. All operations at the mine have been stopped.
26-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that gold production for the quarter ended March 2014 will be 12% to 15% lower than the previous quarter. Production stoppages at Doornkop due to the accident in February 2014, flooding of the shaft bottom at Joel and a slower turnaround at Kusasalethu have contributed to lower production quarter on quarter. Production at Steyn 2 was suspended six months earlier than its original life of mine plan, due to the safety risk that seismicity in the working areas posed. Harmony's results for the quarter ended 31 March 2014 will be released via webcast on Tuesday, 6 May 2014. Please refer to Harmony's website, http://www.harmony.co.za/investors, for dial-in and webcast details.
04-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony and/or the Company) has announced that its Doornkop mine (Doornkop) resumed operations from the start of the day shift yesterday. Operations at Doornkop were stopped by the company on Tuesday, 4 February 2014 and subsequently in terms of the Mine Health and Safety Act (MHSA) Section 54 notices were issued by the Department of Minerals and Energy (DMR) following a seismic event, rockfall and underground fire.



Nine mineworkers died in the accident and eight others were rescued. The resumption of operations yesterday and slowly over the next several days, according to a detailed start-up plan follows the lifting by the DMR on Friday last week (28 February 2014) of the Section 54 notices. An extensive investigation into the events of 4 February, in terms of the provisions of the MHSA and under the direction of the DMR, has begun at the mine and is expected to continue for at least the next four weeks.



Meanwhile, an external safety audit team has been appointed voluntarily by Harmony to assess and report on safety at all of the company?s South African operations.

03-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced the appointment of Alwyn Pretorius as Chief Operating Officer.



Tom Smith, who held the role as chief operating officer, has resigned to pursue other business interests.
10-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
With deep sadness, Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. ("Harmony" and/or "the company") advises that rescue workers have recovered the body of the mineworker on Friday evening, who was unaccounted for following Tuesday evening's underground seismic event, rockfall and fire at the company's Doornkop mine. This brings to nine the number of mineworkers who died, and all are now accounted for.



Eight mineworkers who made their way to a refuge bay on 192 level, where the rockfall and fire occurred, were brought safely to surface by rescue workers Wednesday morning.



Memorial service

A memorial service for those who died will take place at Doornkop mine on Wednesday, the 12th of February 2014.



Investigation

Harmony CEO Graham Briggs said a priority now will be an intensive investigation into the cause of the Doornkop tragedy, involving representatives of the company, organised labour and the health and safety directorate of the Department of Mineral Resources.
07-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony advises that all operations across the group embarked on safety shifts with effect from the night shift last night, 6 February 2014, that will include the day and afternoon shifts today, 7 February 2014. No blasting will take place for 24 hours. This decision follows the fatalities at Doornkop and two fatalities on the afternoon of 6 February 2014, one at Kusasalethu in the North West Province and another at Joel in the Free State. The accident at Kusasalethu occurred when a backfill paddock and bag* failed, which resulted in an employee being inundated by backfill material. At Joel mine, an employee died in a blasting accident.

06-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
The Minister of Mineral Resources, Susan Shabangu; David Msiza (the Chief Inspector of Mines); Mike Teke (President of the Chamber of Mines); Piet Mathosa (Deputy President of the NUM); Patrice Motsepe (Chairman of Harmony); and Graham Briggs (Chief executive officer of Harmony) met at Harmony's Doornkop mine. Together they conveyed their condolences to the families of the deceased. Mine management provided a brief to the Minister and her party on the events of the past two days at Doornkop, and collectively they addressed the media and employees thereafter.



A key point of discussion at the briefing was the investigation that will be conducted by the Ministry, in collaboration with Harmony management and the NUM, in coming days. It was emphasised that the investigation will uncover the events that led to the tragedy at Doornkop and that speculation before the investigation is concluded would not serve any purpose. The Minister noted that the outcome of the investigation would have "learnings" for all. The company has made contact with the families of all the men who had died and will, in the coming days, be providing counselling and other assistance to them during this difficult time.
06-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that rescue workers have located the bodies of eight of the employees who were unaccounted following the fire at the Doornkop gold mine. The search continues for the ninth employee. The fire was reported in a stope adjacent to 192 level haulage (some 1 733m underground) around 18:00 on Tuesday, 4 February 2014, following a seismic event that triggered a fall of ground. Rescue teams were immediately dispatched underground, but access to the affected area was hampered by smoke and a fall of ground. At around 07:00 on 5 February, rescue workers located eight employees in an underground refuge chamber, and they were brought to surface, unharmed, by 11:00.
05-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Further to the statement issued this morning that an underground fire has broken out at Doornkop gold mine, the company is pleased to advise that rescuers have reached the eight employees located in the underground refuge bay, and are bringing them to surface. Efforts continue to establish the whereabouts of a further nine employees who are currently unaccounted for.



The fire was reported to have occurred in a stope adjacent to 192 level haulage (some 1 733m underground) at around 18:00 on Tuesday, 4 February 2014. Rescue teams were immediately dispatched underground, but access to the affected area is being hampered by smoke and a fall of ground.



Operations at the mine have been suspended.



Further updates will be provided as these become available.



The company will host a briefing for the media at 13:00. Address: Doornkop gold mine, near Soweto GPS co-ordinates: 26?12'48"S 27?46'45"E
05-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an underground fire has broken out at the Doornkop gold mine, west of Johannesburg, Gauteng Province. Contact has been made with eight employees in a refuge bay; efforts continue to reach these employees and to establish the whereabouts of a further nine employees who are currently unaccounted for.



The fire was reported to have occurred in a stope adjacent to 192 level haulage (some 1 733 m underground) at around 18:00 on Tuesday, 4 February 2014. Rescue teams were immediately dispatched underground, but access to the affected area is being hampered by smoke and a subsequent fall of ground. Operations at the mine have been suspended. Further updates will be provided as these become available.
03-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that it has reduced overall costs quarter on quarter, while production was stable at 9 515kg (305 913oz). All-in sustaining costs reduced from R404 694/kg to R397 503/kg (USD1 264/oz to USD1 222/oz) quarter on quarter, and by 23% in dollar terms since commencing with austerity measures. Operating profit for the December 2013 quarter was 5% lower than in the previous quarter at R986 million (USD97 million), due to a 3% decrease in the gold price received as well as underperformance in production, mainly at Kusasalethu - resulting in gold production remaining the same quarter on quarter.



Harmony's group all-in sustaining cost is USD1 222/oz or lower than the R400 000/kg on which our financial year 2014 strategic planning is based. By the end of this financial year (June 2014), Harmony plans to reduce their costs to a sustainable average of between USD1 100/oz and USD1 150/oz.



Harmony is sustainable, thriving with gold at the current price, and will continue to finance capital expenditure from working profit. Five of Harmony's mines are very profitable at an all-in cost of below USD1 000/oz. Target 1 (USD854/oz), Bambanani (USD742/oz), Joel (USD921/oz), Steyn 2 (USD811/oz) and Phoenix (USD861/oz) are each operating at an all-in sustaining cost of less than USD1 000/oz.



In addition, three of Harmony's mines are profitable at an all-in cost of below USD1 210/oz, being Kalgold, Unisel and Hidden Valley. The company has restructured and right-sized Hidden Valley in Papua New Guinea (PNG), reducing all-in sustaining cost from approximately USD1600/oz in the previous quarter to USD1 209/oz in the quarter under review.



The company's focus at Doornkop, Kusasalethu, Masimong, Phakisa, Target 3 and Tshepong is to drive costs down to below USD1 250/oz. At Doornkop Harmony has eliminated the unprofitable lowest grade reserves (the Kimberley reef) and they are already seeing improvements in grade and all-in costs. Management changes were made at Kusasalethu, Masimong and Tshepong. Phakisa and Target 3, through infrastructure spending, will build up in production.



The studies at Golpu on underground access, as well as a scalable/modular approach to the project, are underway. Exploration drilling continues to refine Harmony's knowledge of the Golpu resource.
03-Feb-2014
(C)
Revenue for the interim period declined to R8.1 billion (2012: R8.9 billion). Gross profit more than halved to R537 million (2012: R1.9 billion), operating loss came in at R125 million (2012: profit of R1.4 billion), while the net loss from continuing operations was R78 million (2012: profit of R1.1 billion). Furthermore, headline loss per share from continuing operations was recorded at 16cps (2012: earnings of 240cps).
30-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that South Africa's Labour Court has today ruled that a strike threatened by the Association of Construction and Mineworkers Union (AMCU) at the Kususalethu and Masimong mines would be unprotected, and that employees should continue to proceed to work. The ruling given by Judge Edwin Molahlegi, on behalf of Judge Hamilton Cele, ruled that AMCU must return to court on 14 March 2014 to explain why this interim interdict that was applied for by the Chamber of Mines should not be made permanent.



AMCU sought to proceed with strike action on a number of gold mining operations with effect from 20 January 2014 in relation to the wage agreement that was finalised in September 2013 in the gold sector between the employers and the National Union of Mineworkers, UASA and Solidarity and which was applied to all employees in the represented bargaining units. Together, these three unions represented 72% of employees in the sector. The agreed increases and improved benefits were backdated to 1 July 2013 and all employees, irrespective of union affiliation, have been in receipt of these since September 2013.



An urgent interdict brought to the court by the gold producers was heard on 19 January, and Judge Cele ordered that strike action be held in abeyance until the ruling. Chief executive officer, Graham Briggs welcomed this interim ruling and remained firm in the company's belief that the wage agreement is fair and valid. He urged AMCU to encourage its members to adhere to the court ruling.
23-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony confirmed that AMCU's (Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union) proposed strike at Harmony's Kusasalethu and Masimong mines has been suspended pending a judgment awaited from the Labour Court in Gauteng on 30 January 2014. The Chamber of Mines, representing the gold companies, argued today for an interdict against the strike. The main grounds for the application were that an agreement for the gold sector was reached last September with the National Union of Mineworkers, UASA and Solidarity which, between them, represent a majority (72%) of employees in the sector.



The Labour Court stated that it was unable to give its judgment immediately and needed time to consider the arguments by both parties and will make its judgment on 30 January 2014. The court ordered that the strike may not take place in the interim. Attendance levels at both Kusasalethu and Masimong mines were normal this morning.
22-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretted to advise that an employee was fatally injured in a tramming accident at Masimong mine near Welkom on 22 January 2014. Investigations into the accident are underway. All tramming operations at the mine have been stopped.
20-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Harmony ("the company") confirmed that it has received a notice from the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) that the union will embark on a strike as from 23 January 2014 at its Kusasalethu and Masimong mines.



The strike has been called in respect of the 2013 wage negotiations and involves a number of other South African gold producers covered by the industry's collective bargaining structure.



Wage negotiations were concluded on 10 September 2013 when a two-year wage agreement was reached with three of the four unions (NUM, UASA and Solidarity), representing 72% of employees at the time. While AMCU (representing 17% of employees at that time), participated in the central level negotiations, it refused to accept the agreement.



The September 2013 agreement was made applicable to all employees who form part of the bargaining unit, irrespective of trade union affiliation. These wage increases were backdated to 1 July 2013. AMCU members have therefore benefited from the outcome of the wage negotiations as well as additional bonus structures that were introduced by Harmony since then.



In terms of the 'peace clause' contained in the agreement, there can be no strike action about terms and conditions of employment during the existence of the agreement; the issue of conditions of employment has been settled for the duration of the agreement; and no demands may be made during the course of the agreement. Accordingly, any strike action about terms and conditions of employment during the existence of the agreement will be in contravention of the 'peace clause' and thus unprotected.



Any strike action by AMCU against the gold producers covered in the wage agreement will be opposed and a court interdict will be sought to prevent AMCU from embarking upon strike action. The Chamber of Mines will request that the court rule that the union should be held responsible for any and all damages suffered as a result of strike action.
06-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony) and Newcrest Mining Ltd (Newcrest) today announced plans to complete a feasibility study to evaluate an underground exploration programme for the Wafi-Golpu Project. The Wafi-Golpu exploration project is owned by the Wafi-Golpu unincorporated joint venture between subsidiaries of Newcrest (50%) and Harmony (50%), and is located in the Morobe Province in Papua New Guinea.



This next phase of work requires a feasibility study on an exploration shaft and associated underground staging platforms to complete deep underground drilling and bulk sampling of the ore body. Underground access to the orebody through the exploration shaft would generate essential ore body knowledge required to support a future development decision. Geotechnical drilling to identify a suitable exploration shaft location has commenced. The Johannesburg office of the engineering consulting firm WorleyParsons TWP has been engaged to prepare the feasibility study for the proposed exploration shaft for consideration and approval by the joint venture. Their engagement also includes a review of an associated lower capital expenditure development option for the Golpu deposit to underpin the commercial decision to sink an exploration shaft.



The joint venture anticipates a final investment decision for the proposed exploration shaft during the second half of calendar 2014, subject to receipt of necessary regulatory approvals. The joint venture also aims to finalise an agreement with the PNG Government to provide a framework for the underground exploration phase, ongoing technical and economic studies and, ultimately, the future development and operation of the project. These planning and study activities are accommodated within the 2014 exploration budget for the project. In parallel to these planning and study activities, the joint venture will continue with investment in the community in the Wafi-Golpu project area. Harmony has prepared a presentation in support of this release, which is available on www.harmony.co.za/investors.
05-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that all resolutions proposed to shareholders were passed by the requisite majority of shareholders present or represented by proxy at the annual general meeting held today, 5 December 2013, in Johannesburg.
22-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured after a fall of ground accident at Tshepong mine near Welkom this morning. Investigations into the accident are underway all operations in the section have been stopped.
08-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that gold production increased by 12% for the second consecutive quarter, while cash operating costs decreased by 7% to R324 272/kg (11% to USD1 013/oz) and all-in sustaining costs decreased by 14% to R404 694/kg (19% from USD1 551/oz to USD1 264/oz) quarter on quarter. The increase in production resulted in a significant increase in operating profit of 55% quarter on quarter, increasing from R671 million in the June 2013 quarter to R1 037 million in the September 2013 quarter. The operating profit in US dollars increased by 46%, from USD71 million to USD104 million.
08-Nov-2013
(C)
Revenue for the quarter ended 30 September 2013 lowered to R4 billion (2012: R4.3 billion). Gross profit dropped to R283 million (2012: R767 million), operating loss came in at R4 million (2012: profit of R563 million), while profit attributable to owners of the parent plunged to R13 million (2012: R501 million). Furthermore, headline earnings from continuing operations weakened considerably to 5cps (2012: 97cps).



Conclusion

All the original, marginal Harmony assets have been closed. Harmony has built new mines, enabling it to access new and higher grade mining areas and reducing the time it takes crews to get to the face. Growing Harmony's margins are all about reducing their costs, improving productivity and increasing their gold production. Major capital expenditure has been spent; Harmony has a strong balance sheet with low debt and look forward to the value that Golpu will add in future. Harmony remain firm believers in gold's ability to preserve value. The company is confident that these strategic foundations will support sustainable growth for all stakeholders as they deliver on the full potential of their asset base.
31-Oct-2013
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported Harmony CEO Graham Briggs as saying that the group's next mine would be an acquisition of another company's gold mine that the miner believes will it will be able to turnaround. Briggs added that it would make sense to look for distressed assets in other countries where Harmony already had operations.
25-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has published its suite of reports for the financial year ended 30 June 2013.



The Integrated Annual Report, together with the notice of the Annual General Meeting, was posted to shareholders today, 25 October 2013.



The annual financial statements include an immaterial change related to the completion of the accounting for the Rand Refinery (Pty) Ltd. investment as an associate. This change only impacted the balance sheet, increasing both total equity and investment in associate balances by R5 million. There was no change to the income statement and cash flow statement.



Apart from this change, there are no further modifications to the results for the year ended 30 June 2013 which were published on 14 August 2013 and therefore no abridged report will be published.



PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. audited the annual financial statements and their unqualified report is available for inspection at the registered office of the Company.



The Annual General Meeting of the company will be held at the Hilton Hotel, 138 Rivonia Road, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa, on Thursday, 5 December 2013, at 11:00 (SA time) to transact the business as stated in the notice of the Annual General Meeting.



The reports for 2013 referred to in this statement as well as additional detailed information on Harmony, including its regulatory filings, press releases, stock exchange announcements and quarterly reports are available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za/investors
15-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd advise that production at its underground mines in South Africa is approximately 15% higher than the previous quarter, while Hidden Valley's production has increased by about 7%. Harmony's total production is expected to be around 12% higher quarter-on-quarter, mainly due to an increase in both tonnes and grade.



During the September quarter there were increases in labour costs (following the new two year wage agreement) and electricity costs (winter tariffs). These cost increases were more than off-set by the increased production and savings in overall costs, resulting in our cash cost per kilogram being 6% to 8% lower quarter on quarter.



Harmony's results for the quarter ended 30 September 2013 will be released on Friday, 8 November 2013 via webcast and conference call only. Please refer to http://www.harmony.co.za/investors for dial-in and webcast information.
07-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee was fatally injured in a fall of ground incident on Saturday morning at its Phakisa mine near Welkom.



Investigations are currently underway and operations at the mine have been stopped until investigations have been completed.
11-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee was reported missing at Kusasalethu mine yesterday afternoon. A search for the missing employee was initiated and continued throughout the night. Regrettably rescue teams recovered the body of the employee in a worked out area during the early hours of this morning. Investigations into the incident are underway.
09-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that operations at all of its mines were normalised, with effect from the night shift on 8 September 2013. Operations were disrupted by strike action by members of the National Union of Mineworkers ("NUM") at all operations, except Kusasalethu, from the night shift on 3 September 2013.
06-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that all of its mines, except for Kusasalethu, continue to be severely affected by the National Union of Mineworkers ("NUM") strike, which NUM members embarked on with effect from the night shift on 3 September 2013. A revised offer has been made to NUM and they have scheduled mass meetings with their members to discuss the offer. The offer incorporates a two-year agreement. Category 4 and 5 employees, and rock drill operators would receive increases of 8% and other employees 7.5%, effective 1 July 2013. Employees would receive further CPI-linked increases effective 1 July 2014. The current monthly living out allowance of R1 640 would increase to R2 000 in two R180 steps, on 1 September 2013 and 2014. The gain share concept initially proposed has been dropped given the lack of interest at this stage from the unions.
04-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that, following the receipt of a notice of commencement of a strike from the National Union of Mineworkers ("NUM") on 30 August 2013, members of the NUM embarked on a strike with effect from the night shift on 3 September 2013.



The majority of Harmony's operations have been severely affected, although all essential services personnel are at work. The NUM represents approximately 70% of Harmony's total workforce.



Kusasalethu near Carletonville is operating at normal levels.
19-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony ("the company") regrets to advise that Mr Carlitos Uetela Chilongue succumbed to his injuries in hospital on Friday (16 August 2013), after he sustained injuries in an underground rail bound accident at Doornkop mine last week Monday,12 August 2013.
15-Aug-2013
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported Harmony CEO Graham Briggs as saying that his group would consider making an acquisition in South Africa if something suitable arose. Briggs said that by "suitable" he meant a mine that was generating cash and would not require a lot of money being ploughed into it. Among the mines that Harmony could take a look at are Sibanye Gold Ltd.'s Beatrix mine and AngloGold Ashanti Ltd.'s Mponeng, Tau Tona and Savuka operations. All four mining operations are next to or close to existing Harmony mines and could result in positive synergies if acquired.
14-Aug-2013
(C)
Revenue increased to R15.9 billion (R15.2 billion). A gross loss of R566 million (profit of R3 billion) was made. An operating loss of R2 billion (profit of R2.1 billion) was recorded. A net attributable loss of R2.4 billion (profit of R2.6 billion) was registered. In addition, a headline loss per share from continuing operations of 2cps (earnings of 465cps) was made.



Outlook

Harmony's strategy has been consistent in that the company seeks to optimise operational delivery, grow cash flow and share profits with all stakeholders. There are times when pursuing one?s strategy, tough decisions are required - such as the temporary closure of Kusasalethu. Harmony will continue to do what is right for shareholders and stakeholders to sustain the future of the company.
06-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that a materials handling accident occurred at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville this morning. One employee was fatally injured; the other employee sustained serious injuries and has been admitted to hospital. Investigations into the accident are underway.
19-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that gold production for the June 2013 quarter is likely to be 10% to 12% higher than the previous quarter, driven by higher tonnages and higher grades. Largely as a result of this rise in gold production, cash operating costs (R/kg) were 3% to 5% lower quarter on quarter.



Gold production for the 2013 financial year is expected to be 2% to 4% lower than the previous financial year, mainly as a result of labour disruptions at Kusasalethu during the December 2012, March 2013 and June 2013 quarters. Harmony estimates that the labour disruptions at Kusasalethu cost Harmony approximately R1.2 billion. During the June 2013 quarter, all employees at Kusasalethu returned to work safely and production build-up commenced in line with the start-up production plan. That the decrease in annual gold production was limited to this extent is a credit to Harmony's management and employees. Pleasingly, in line with Harmony's strategic initiative to improve the quality of ounces mined, year on year underground grade increased by 5% to 7%.



On 18 June 2013 Harmony announced that it anticipated the possible write-down of the carrying value of its 50% holding in Hidden Valley to the net realisable value. The reason for the impairment is the reduction in the US dollar gold and silver prices and Hidden Valley's poor production performance. The impairment testing process has been concluded, pending completion of the year-end audit procedures. It is expected that an amount of between USD260 million and USD280million (approximately R2.6 billion to R2.8 billion) will be written down - the amount includes an impairment of between R50 million to R80 million of Harmony's South African assets. The impairments will reduce the reported net profit, but will not have an impact on reported cash balances and free cash flow.



Harmony's results for the quarter and year ended 30 June 2013 as well as the FY14 Business Plans will be released on Wednesday, 14 August 2013. Please refer to http://www.harmony.co.za/investors for dial-in and webcast information.
18-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony is currently compiling its financial year 2014 business plans, which will be completed by the end of its 2013 financial year, being 30 June 2013. Once approved, Harmony will use these plans to assess the carrying value of its assets to determine if any impairments are required ("impairment testing"). This will be informed by a number of factors, including estimates of the future gold price and exchange rates, life of mine plans, and operating and capital cost estimates.



At this early stage it appears likely that there will be a write- down of a portion of the carrying value of Hidden Valley in Papua New Guinea, due to its recent poor performance and the reduction in the US dollar gold and silver prices. Harmony will advise the market of the outcome of the impairment testing, which the Company anticipates to be towards the end of July 2013. It should be noted that the write-down of the carrying value of Hidden Valley will reduce the net profit of the company, but will not have an impact on reported cash balances and free cash flow.
16-May-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured in a rail bound accident on 113 level at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville this morning. Investigations into the accident are underway. All tramming operations on 113 level have been stopped. Harmony's Chief Executive, Graham Briggs, and his management team wish to express their deepest condolences to the members of the deceased's family for the loss of their loved one.
09-May-2013
(Official Notice)
The board of Harmony announced the appointment of Vishnu Pillay as Independent Non-executive Director of the Company, effective 8 May 2013. The above appointment follows the appointment of Karabo Nondumo as an Independent Non-executive director to the Board announced on SENS on Monday, 6 May 2013.
06-May-2013
(Official Notice)
The board of Harmony announced the appointment of Karabo Nondumo as director of the company, effective 3 May 2013.
03-May-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony reported an operating profit of R821 million (USD92 million) for the March 2013 quarter, following a 15% decrease in gold production to 7 699kg (247 529oz). The decrease in production, quarter on quarter, is mainly as a result of the temporary closure of Kusasalethu due to safety and security reasons, the damage to the ventilation shaft at Phakisa and a slow start-up at the other operations post the festive season.



Highlights for the quarter include the lowest quarterly lost time injury frequency rate of 5.15 recorded in Harmony's history, the signing of a watershed agreement with Kusasalethu labour and achieving the best drill production of 14 664 meters at Wafi-Golpu in Papua New Guinea where the gold recovery test work program determined a material improvement in both gold and copper recoveries.



The rand per kilogram unit cost for the March 2013 quarter increased by 17% to R362 491/kg (USD1 264/oz). The costs are however skewed, as Kusasalethu was not in production during the March 2013 quarter. Capital expenditure for the March 2013 quarter was R677 million (USD76 million), R189 million (USD24 million) less than the December 2012 quarter.
03-May-2013
(C)
Revenue for the quarter increased to R3.5 billion (2012: R3.2 billion). Gross profit however fell to R245 million (2012: R501 million), operating loss came in at R181 million (2012: profit of R235 million), while a loss attributable to owners of the parent was recorded at R124 million (2012: profit of R1 billion). Furthermore, headline loss per share from continuing operations amounted to 56cps (2012: earnings of 201cps).
25-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that the rescue teams have recovered the body of the missing mineworker at its Phakisa mine near Welkom. The employee went missing after a fire started at the mine on Tuesday afternoon. The cause of the fire is still unknown and the containment and efforts to extinguish the underground fire are ongoing.
24-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd advises that there is an underground fire at its Phakisa mine near Welkom. Employees were immediately moved to safety, but one person has still not been accounted for. The fire started late yesterday afternoon. Despite several attempts to find the missing person, the intensity of the smoke and the high gas levels are making it difficult for the rescue teams to search for the person. Phakisa's underground mining areas are linked with those of Tshepong. To ensure that employees of both mines are kept safe, production at both operations have been stopped.
08-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that gold production for the quarter ended March 2013 will be approximately 15% lower than the previous quarter. The temporary closure of Kusasalethu due to safety and security reasons, the ventilation challenge at Phakisa and a slow start-up at the other operations post the festive season, resulted in lower quarter on quarter gold production.



More than half of the employees at Kusasalethu have returned to the mine to date and Kusasalethu is expected to return to normal production levels after June 2013. Kusasalethu?s and Phakisa's performance may further impact Harmony?s June 2013 production quarter. Harmony's results for the quarter ended 31 March 2013 will only be released via webcast on Friday, 3 May 2013. Please refer to our website, http://www.harmony.co.za/investors, for dial-in and webcast details.
07-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee was fatally injured yesterday following a fall of ground accident at its Masimong mine near Welkom in the Free State.



Investigations into the accident are underway.
14-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
08-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that meetings were held on the 6th and 7th of February 2013 between Harmony and its Kusasalethu employees represented by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), Solidarity and UASA (collectively referred to as "the Unions"). The draft agreement containing the conditions under which the mine could be re-opened was discussed. Another meeting has been scheduled for Monday, 11 February 2013. The temporary closure of Kusasalethu due to safety and security reasons remains in place.
06-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony) regrets to advise that following an accident at the Saaiplaas 3 demolition site, a contract worker was fatally injured this morning. Investigations are currently underway to establish the cause of the accident. Harmony's Chief Executive Officer, Graham Briggs and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the families and colleagues of the deceased.
04-Feb-2013
(C)
Revenue increased to R8.9 billion (R8 billion). Gross profit declined to R1.9 billion (R1.9 billion). Operating profit decreased to R1.4 billion (R1.6 billion). Net attributable profit decreased to R1.3 billion (R1.5 billion). In addition, headline earnings per share from continuing operations fell to 241cps (275cps).



Dividend

An interim ordinary dividend of 50cps has been declared.



Outlook

Harmony's focus in the next quarter will be on saving Kusasalethu. The investment rationale for Harmony remains unchanged, the company:

*is one of the world's largest gold miners;

*has high-grade mines in South Africa and PNG;

*owns a world-class exploration project (Golpu in PNG);

*supports meaningful and responsible corporate social investment;

*minimises and mitigates the impacts to the environment;

*pays dividends;

*remains unhedged with low debt;

*is supported by a strong, focused management team.
04-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
*28% increase in headline earnings per share* to 158 SA cents (18 USD cents)

*Doornkop's build-up takes its production to over a tonne of gold for the quarter

*6% increase in underground grade - third consecutive quarter of grade improvements

*Gold production decreased by 9% to 9 074kg (291 734oz)

*South African operations (excluding Kusasalethu) increased gold production by 3%

*Operating profit? 16% higher at R1.6 billion (USD188 million)

*Cash operating costs improved by 4% to R2.8 billion (USD323 million)

*Committed to more housing projects *Interim dividend of 50 SA cents declared



Note: All figures represent continuing operations unless stated otherwise

* Includes discontinued operations

? Operating profit is comparable to the term production profit in the segment report in the financial statements and not to the operating profit line in the income statement
29-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that a second meeting was held today in terms of section 189 of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 ("LRA") between Harmony and its Kusasalethu employees represented by the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), Solidarity and UASA (collectively referred to as "the Unions").



The Unions have accepted Harmony's rationale for issuing the section 189 in terms of the LRA, which may lead to the possible closure of the mine and the possible retrenchment of all employees. Although the temporary closure of Kusasalethu due to safety and security reasons remains in place, the conditions under which the mine could be re-opened were discussed. The next meeting has been scheduled for the 6th of February 2013. Bilateral discussions between the parties will continue in the interim.
18-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Harmony (the "company") advised that the consultation process in terms of section 189 of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 ("LRA") between Harmony and Kusasalethu employees represented by the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), Solidarity and UASA (collectively referred to as "the Unions") commenced yesterday. The discussions were facilitated by a senior facilitator appointed by the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA). Discussions related to the reasons for the recent decision by Harmony to close its Kusasalethu mine due to safety and security reasons that have caused the mine to no longer be a viable business.



A parallel consultation process is also happening between Harmony and the Unions to find a lasting solution by which normal production levels at Kusasalethu can be achieved and which would normalise the security, safety and health climate at the mine. Kusasalethu is a mine with over 7 million ounces of reserve equating to an estimated 25 years of life. The focus of these discussions is specifically on again achieving security and safety of employees at the mine, and compliance with standards, codes and procedures which will ensure a safe, sustainable and profitable Kusasalethu.



Kusasalethu will remain closed until an agreement has been reached and all the conditions of re-opening have been agreed upon and committed to by all the unions and other stakeholders involved.



The next formal facilitation session at the CCMA between Harmony and the Unions is scheduled for Tuesday, the 29th of January 2013.
07-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
07-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
A live presentation has been scheduled for 10:00 SA time (08:00 UK time, 18:00 Brisbane time, 03:00 New York/Boston time) on Monday, 7 January 2012, at the Hilton Sandton Hotel, Ballroom 3 to share the results of the operational and financial review completed at Harmony's Kusasalethu mine. The event will simultaneously be transmitted via webcast (link: http://www.corpcam.com/Harmony07012013) and via conference call. All investors and media are invited to attend the event.



In addition, an international conference call has been scheduled for 15:00 SA time (13:00 UK time, 23:00 Brisbane time, 08:00 New York/Boston time) today to allow international investors and journalists to share in the Kusasalethu story.
21-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that after several discussion between the relevant parties, the 1 700 mineworkers who participated in a sit-in at Kusasalethu mine returned to surface.



The mine will be closed for the festive season and labour related discussions will resume in January 2013.
21-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that about 1700 mineworkers, representing yesterday's day shift at its Kusasalethu mine, remain underground and they are refusing to return to surface.



Demands from the underground mineworkers, led by AMCU union representatives, include the withdrawal of the suspension of the 578 employees including contractors which were suspended on Wednesday, 19 December 2012. Talks with the employees and AMCU representatives are ongoing in order to resolve the situation.
20-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony ('the company') advised that it is closing its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville a day earlier than planned for the festive season, following violent behaviour and damage to mine infrastructure on surface.



Security at the mine and the SAPS are on the scene to control the crowd and to further ensure the safety of all the employees. The violence followed the suspension of 578 employees including some contractors as a result of the participation of these employees in an unprotected strike action on Saturday, 15 December 2012.
10-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee was fatally injured in an underground trackless vehicle accident at its Tshepong mine near Welkom in the Free State on Friday, 7 December 2012.



Investigations into the accident are underway and all trackless vehicles at the mine have been stopped until the cause for the accident has been established.
28-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. announce that all resolutions proposed to shareholders were passed by the requisite majority of shareholders present or represented by proxy at the annual general meeting held today in Johannesburg.
23-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony confirmed that two employees were killed and a third person was injured on the afternoon of 23 November 2012 in the vicinity of its Kusasalethu mine, near Carletonville. The South African Police Service ("SAPS") has secured the scene of this tragic incident and has commenced their investigation. Kusasalethu's operations are unaffected. Harmony, has, however, in conjunction with the SAPS, increased its vigilance and security at this mine to ensure the safety and security of employees.
23-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony confirmed that two employees were killed and a third person was injured late Thursday, 22 November 2012, afternoon in the vicinity of its Kusasalethu mine, near Carletonville. The South African Police Service ("SAPS") has secured the scene of this tragic incident and has commenced their investigation. Kusasalethu's operations are unaffected. Harmony, has, however, in conjunction with the SAPS, increased its vigilance and security at this mine to ensure the safety and security of employees.
12-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretted to advise that one employee died and one employee was injured following a blasting accident at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville on Monday, 12 November 2012. Investigations are currently underway to establish the cause of the accident. All drilling operations in the immediate area have been stopped, until investigations have been completed.
09-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that following an accident at its Evander mine on 8 November 2012, where repairs were conducted on a spillage skip, an employee was fatally injured. Investigations are currently underway to establish the cause of the accident. Hosting operations at the mine have been stopped until investigations have been completed.
07-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that the September 2012 quarter was a solid start to financial year 2013. Gold production at continuing operations increased by 8% to 10 013kg (321 924oz), while operating profit is 9% higher at R1.4bn (USD171 million).



Gold production from underground operations was 9% higher than the prior quarter, mainly driven by improved grade. Cash operating costs increased quarter on quarter, mainly due to two months of winter electricity tariffs and labour increases implemented on 1 July 2012. This resulted in the rand per kilogram unit cost increasing by 6% from R278 091/kg in the June 2012 quarter to R294 404/kg in this quarter. The rand gold price received during the quarter increased by 5% from R421 565/kg in the June 2012 quarter to R440 868/kg in the September 2012 quarter.



Headline earnings per share increased quarter on quarter to 123 SA cents (15 US cents).
07-Nov-2012
(C)
Revenue for the quarter jumped to R4.3 billion (R3.6 billion) whilst gross profit was also higher at R788 million (R599 million). Operating profit increased to R584 million (R453 million). Profit attributable to owners of the parent shot up to R522 million (R478 million).
29-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
25-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that 98% of the total workforce has returned to work at Kusasalethu near Carletonville. This follows the final ultimatum that was issued to striking workers on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 to report for work by no later than 06h00 on Thursday, 25 October 2012.
23-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that it issued a final ultimatum on 23 October 2012 to the 5 400 striking workers at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville. These striking workers embarked on an unprotected strike since the evening of the 2 of October 2012. An interdict was obtained and subsequently communicated to all the parties on Friday, 5 October 2012 and numerous subsequent communications urged the workers to return to work. The final ultimatum has been issued after all other attempts and avenues to end the unprotected strike have been exhausted. The ultimatum calls on all striking workers at Kusasalethu to return to work by 06h00 on Thursday, 25 October 2012. Those who do not present themselves for work at that time will be dismissed.



The unprotected strike is deemed illegal as Harmony signed a two year agreement with the unions in 2011 under the auspices of the Chamber of Mines which resulted in a wage increase, both in 2011 as well as 2012 on 1 July. Harmony's annual wage increases range between 7.5% and 10% between the various job categories. In addition to their salaries and benefits, all members of the bargaining units are also entitled to receive a 1% profit share after capital per quarter. To date, Kusasalethu has lost approximately 20 days' production, which represents close to 13 000 ounces of gold production, due to the strike.
03-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd advises that employees at the company's Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville have embarked on an unprotected strike. Graham Briggs, chief executive officer of Harmony commented, We have experienced management teams in place who have good relationships and established communication channels with their respective union structures. We urge our employees to honour existing collective agreements entered into through the Chamber of Mines as well as existing bargaining structures. I encourage all employees who have embarked on this unlawful strike to act in a safe, responsible and peaceful manner, and to engage through the established lawful channels.
21-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony will be hosting analysts from Monday, 24 September 2012 to Thursday 27 September 2012, at its Papua New Guinean (PNG) operations. Presentations will be delivered during this visit in which the Harmony management as well as management of the Morobe Mining Joint ventures (MMJV) (the 50:50 joint ventures of Harmony and Newcrest Mining Ltd.) will share their insight into the PNG operations and projects.



The presentations will be made available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za as they are delivered:

* Hidden Valley :25 September 2012 at 2:00am SA time

* MMJV Exploration:25 September 2012 at 8:00am SA time

* PNG fiscal and economic trends: 25 September 2012 at 9:00am SA time

* Wafi-Golpu project: 25 September 2012 at 23:30pm SA time

* Community affairs and sustainability: 26 September 2012 at 7:30am SA time

* 100% Harmony Exploration: 26 September 2012, 8:00am SA time.
13-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that two contracting employees have died, after an underground explosion occurred at its Joel mine near Theunissen. Two other workers were injured in the accident and they are both in a stable condition.



Investigations are currently underway to establish the cause of the explosion. All drilling and blasting operations at the mine have been stopped until investigations have been completed. Harmony's CEO, Graham Briggs, and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the families and colleagues of the deceased.
29-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony published its Statement of Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves as at 30 June 2012, produced in accordance with the South African Code for the Reporting of Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (SAMREC Code) and the Australian Code (JORC Code). The Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources are inclusive of those Mineral Resources modified to produce the Mineral Reserves.



As at 30 June 2012, Harmony's attributable gold equivalent Mineral Reserves in South Africa and PNG amount to 52.9 million ounces (Moz), which represents a 31% annual increase in declared reserves. The increase is largely due to the increase in mineral reserves in PNG following the completion of the pre-feasibility study at Golpu. As drilling at Golpu continues, more ounces from PNG may be added to Harmony's Reserves. More information on the results of the Golpu pre-feasibility study will be shared at Harmony's Investor Day held on 29 August 2012.
16-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
The board of Harmony announced the appointment of Modise Motloba as deputy chairman with effect from 13 August 2012.
16-Aug-2012
(C)
Revenue increased to R15.2 billion (R11.6 billion). Gross profit rose to R3 billion (R897 million) and operating profit soared to R2.1 billion (R175 million). Net attributable profit surged to R2.6 billion (R617 million). In addition, headline earnings from continuing operations improved to 451c (232cps).



Dividend

A final ordinary dividend of 50cps has been declared.



Outlook

Management believes that Harmony will measure up to the targets set, as the company has already demonstrated its ability to take ownership of responsibility. The management teams are tenacious, driven, decisive and assertive. There is no reason at all that Harmony should not carry through and achieve its goals.
30-Jul-2012
(Media Comment)
The Sunday Times Business Times reported that Harmony's Phakisa mine, for which the company paid R1.00 when it bought it from AngloGold Ashanti Ltd. in 2002, will become the gold miner's biggest producing South African mine before 2014 as production is ramped up. Harmony's chief operations officer for South Africa, Tom Smith said that "at a steady state of production Phakisa will be just behind Kusasalethu, but at lower working costs." The group hopes to produce 100 t/m of ore from Phakisa at grades of just under 8g/t. The mine will reach full production in 2013-2014.
27-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that gold production* for the June 2012 quarter is likely to be 13% to 14% higher than the previous quarter, driven by higher tonnage and improved grade. Total operating costs were higher, mainly due to an increase in electricity tariffs and consumables. Cash operating cost per unit was approximately 5% lower quarter on quarter at R280 000/kg. Harmony's results for the quarter and year ended 30 June 2012 will be released on Thursday, 16 August 2012.
23-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony will be hosting visitors in Welkom this evening where presentations of Phakisa, Target 1 and Target 3 will be shared. The visitors will proceed to its Phakisa mine near Odendaalsrus. The presentations and other documents shared during the visit appears on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za.
23-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that Graham Briggs, chief executive officer, who would have retired in the next year in line with company policy, has agreed to remain with Harmony in his current position for another four years.



Furthermore the company has embarked on a process to sharpen its organisational efficiency. Four key strategic objectives were considered in making the change, which are: strategy, operational delivery, standardisation, and growth.



Going forward there will be only one chief operating officer (COO) for South Africa (SA), Tom Smith, with two operating officers (OO's), Beyers Nel and James Mufara. The OO's then each serves specific mines in the company. The management organogram and the curriculum vitae of all these individuals can be found on Harmony's website at http://www.harmony.co.za/a/profile.asp . Tom has appointed his own operational team and the rest of the executive management team will continue reporting to the CEO.



Jaco Boshoff, previously acting as COO of the North operations, will assume the responsibility of Executive: Ore Resources Development and Growth and will retain responsibility of COO for Evander until the sales process has been completed.
17-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee was fatally injured in an orepass incident this morning at its Unisel mine near Welkom. Investigations are currently underway to establish the cause of the accident. Operations at the mine have been stopped until investigations have been completed.
20-Jun-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced the resignation of David Noko as independent non-executive director of the company with effect from 19 June 2012. David Noko's resignation follows his acceptance of a full time position at another company.
30-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were referred to the announcement released on SENS on 30 January 2012, informing shareholders that Harmony has signed a sale of shares and claims agreement with a consortium comprising Pan African Resources PLC and Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Resources Ltd. (together, the "consortium"), for the disposal of Harmony's entire interest in Evander Gold Mines Ltd. ("Evander"). The consortium has advised Harmony that it could not effect fulfilment of certain of the conditions precedent to the sale of shares and claims agreement. The agreement has accordingly been terminated with immediate effect with the consent of all parties.
30-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were informed that Harmony has entered into an agreement with Pan African Resources PLC ("Pan-Af") in terms of which Harmony will dispose of Evander Gold Mines Ltd. ("Evander") to Pan-Af (the "transaction").



The transaction



Salient terms

Pan-Af (through a wholly-owned subsidiary) will acquire Evander for a cash purchase consideration of R1.5 billion to be funded through a combination of internal cash resources, third party debt and equity.



Effective date and conditions precedent

The effective date of the transaction is 1 April 2012. The closing date of the transaction is intended to be 31 October 2012 unless extended, subject to, inter alia, the fulfilment of the following conditions precedent:

*Pan-Af obtaining the relevant shareholder approval for the transaction;

*Obtaining of all relevant regulatory approvals including exchange control approval from the Reserve Bank of South Africa, any required approvals from the various exchanges on which Pan African Resources is listed and Competition Commission approval. The Takeover Regulation Panel has exempted Evander from complying with Parts B and C of the Companies Act, 2008 (No 71 of 2008) and the Takeover Regulations on the basis that, although Evander is a public company, it is a wholly owned subsidiary of Harmony; and

*Approval of the change in control of Evander by the Department of Mineral Resources.



A break fee of R50 million will be payable by Pan-Af and will not be refundable unless the regulatory approvals described above are not fulfilled.



The transaction is below the threshold prescribed by the JSE Listing Requirements for a categorised transaction and this announcement is therefore made on a voluntary basis.
11-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that following a tramming accident at its Evander mine on the morning of 10 May 2012, an employee was fatally injured. Investigations are currently underway to establish the cause of the accident. Tramming operations at the mine have been stopped until investigations have been completed.
09-May-2012
(C)
Revenue increased to R3.2 billion (R2.8 billion). Gross profit rose to R501 million (R347 million). Operating profit improved to R235 million (R159 million). Net attributable profit soared to R1 billion (R238 million). In addition, headline earnings from continuing operations grew to 477cps (232cps).



Outlook

During the next quarter Harmony will continue to improve our safety performances across the company to reduce stoppages. To ensure an immediate uplift in grade, the top ten higher grade panels at each operation will be focused on. A standardised short interval control monitoring initiative has also been rolled out to all the Harmony operations at the beginning of April 2012. As a result, production performances will be monitored on a daily basis, assisting Harmony in identifying potential production challenges and addressing these immediately. In addition, the group will increase the discipline on clean mining.
13-Apr-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that gold production for the quarter ended March 2012 will be approximately 18% lower than the previous quarter. A number of factors contributed to a weaker than expected quarter:

* The festive season and public holiday disruptions associated with the March quarter, being less shifts worked than in the December quarter, as well as slow start-ups post the holidays;

* Safety stoppages;

* Shifts lost due to the one day protected strike of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU);

* Heavy rains in Papua New Guinea impacted gold production at Hidden Valley negatively

* The upgrade of the infrastructure at Doornkop resulted in gold production at this shaft being 44% lower quarter on quarter (as guided in February 2012);

* Lower than expected grades at Tshepong, Masimong, Unisel and Joel contributed to a 12% decline in underground grade.



Harmony's results for the quarter ended 31 March 2012 will be released on Wednesday, 9 May 2012.
15-Mar-2012
(Official Notice)
13-Mar-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony will be hosting visitors at its Doornkop mine in South Africa on Tuesday, 13 March 2012. A presentation will be delivered by management during the visit. The Doornkop presentation will be available on the company's website, www.harmony.co.za at 12:00 pm SA time.
13-Mar-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. regrets to advise that two employees died yesterday at its Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville. Investigations into the cause of the accident are underway. Harmony's Chief Executive, Graham Briggs and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the families of the deceased and those affected by the incident.
17-Feb-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony's Doornkop mine is a single-shaft operation mining to a depth of just under 2 000 metres. Located 30km west of Johannesburg, Doornkop mines the South and Kimberley Reefs using both narrow-reef conventional and mechanised bord-and-pillar mining, with ore processed at its carbon-in-pulp plant. The majority of tonnes that are mined at Doornkop are from the South Reef and the balance is mined from the Kimberley Reef.



The massive improvement in year-on-year production at Doornkop reflects the production build-up on the South Reef and introduction of new trackless machinery on the Kimberley Reef. The build-up in production on the South Reef has however reached a plateau. As a result, Harmony has considered various design changes and ways of improving production from the South Reef. It was decided that production at Doornkop's South Reef should be stopped for 17 days to upgrade the infrastructure. Production on the South Reef will recommence during the last week of February 2012. Although production at Doornkop will be 45% to 50% less than the December quarter, the upgrade will accelerate its production growth in the long term, allowing the operation to ramp up to full production in FY15.
06-Feb-2012
(C)
Revenue increased to R8.7 billion (R6.1 billion). Gross profit more than tripled to R2.2 billion (R572 million). Operating profit soared to R1.9 billion (R137 million). Net attributable profit surged more than three-fold to R1.5 billion (R421 million). In addition, headline earnings on a per share basis jumped to 337c (101cps).



Dividend

An ordinary interim dividend of 40cps has been declared.



Outlook

As Harmomy's growth projects come on stream, and the existing mines operate to tailored business plans, management remains confident of reaching the group's long-term targets.
03-Feb-2012
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced the appointment of Frank Abbott as financial director, effective 7 February 2012. Frank has served on Harmony's board since 1994 in various roles - both executive and non-executive. In August 2007, Abbott was seconded to Harmony as interim financial director, a position he held until handing over to Hannes Meyer in November 2009. He remained executive director until 31 July 2010 after which he served as non-executive director of both Harmony and ARM. He was re-appointed executive director of Harmony on 8 November 2011 until his appointment as financial director. The board is further pleased to announce that Riana Bisschoff will be appointed company secretary of the board with effect from 1 March 2012.
30-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmon advised that the company's AGM was held today, Wednesday 30 November 2011. All the proposed ordinary and special resolutions in the notice of the AGM dated 24 October 2011 to shareholders were approved by the requisite majority of shareholders present in person and or by proxy or representation.
29-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured this morning following a fall of ground accident at its Tshepong mine near Welkom in the Free State. Investigations into the accident are underway.



16-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony regrets to advice that a seismic event at its Kusasalethu mine near Carltonville resulted in a fall of ground, injuring two people and trapping another. All stoping operations at the mine have been suspended.
14-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony has received a number of enquiries and proposals from interested third parties regarding the direct or indirect acquisition of its assets in Papua New Guinea. Harmony's board of directors has given careful consideration, with the assistance of its advisers, to all of these enquiries and proposals and is of the view that the disposal of the company's Papua New Guinea assets at this early stage of their development will not realise their full potential value. This is particularly relevant in relation to the Wafi-Golpu project, where the pre-feasibility study is expected to be completed by the middle of 2012 and the feasibility study during 2014. Drilling at the Wafi-Golpu project continues to confirm the world class nature of this ore body. The board believes that the results of the ongoing drilling and the completion of the feasibility study should significantly increase the confidence in and the potential value of the Wafi-Golpu project.



Harmony has sufficient operating cash flow and financing facilities to fund the completion of the drilling and the feasibility studies. The board is confident that Harmony will be able to fund its share of the capital required to bring the Wafi-Golpu project to production. Exploration in respect of Harmony's assets in Papua New Guinea which fall within and outside the Harmony/Newcrest Morobe joint venture areas, continues to deliver promising results. The board believes that the continuation of Harmony's current strategy of investing in the development of its assets in Papua New Guinea is in the best interests of Harmony and its shareholders. Shareholders are referred to Harmony's website to read more about the company and its assets in Papua New Guinea (www.harmony.co.za).
11-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that the United States (US) District Court for the Southern District of New York yesterday approved the settlement agreement reached between Harmony and the plaintiff in respect of the class action filed against the company in May 2008. Harmony did not admit to any liability in connection with the proposed settlement and all claims against Harmony have been dismissed.
09-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
The board of Harmony announced the following changes in the functions and/or executive responsibilities of a number of directors:

* Mr David Noko was appointed as deputy chairman of the board with effect from 8 November 2011.

* Ms Cathie Markus will assume the role as chairman and member of the remuneration committee of the board of directors of Harmony with effect from 30 November 2011. Ms Markus will replace Mr Cedric Savage who will retire as chairman of the remuneration committee on the aforementioned date.

* Mr Frank Abbott, currently a non-executive director, has been appointed as an executive director with effect from 8 November 2011. Mr Abbott will primarily be responsible for business development within the group. As a result, he will no longer serve as a member of any of the board committees.
07-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretted to advised that an employee has died following an accident in the shaft at the landing on 73 level at its Kusasalethu mine near Carltonville. Investigations are currently underway to establish the cause of the accident. All operations at the mine have been suspended until investigations have been completed.
31-Oct-2011
(C)
Revenue improved to R3.9 billion (R3.1 billion) and gross profit rose remarkably to R737 million (R88 million). The company recorded an operating profit of R585 million (loss of R159 million), while net profit attributable to ordinary shareholders grew drastically to R478 million (R102 million). Furthermore, headline earnings per share from continuing operations rose to 95cps (33cps).



Dividend

No dividend has been declared.



Outlook

Harmony has a solid portfolio of producing assets and a successful international exploration programme. The rapid progress we have made in PNG, in particular, is proof of the benefits mining can deliver in an enabling environment when all stakeholders work together. The Wafi-Golpu project has the potential to change this company materially. In addition, the exploration results in PNG have been pleasing and we look forward to more exciting news from the region. In the next few months we will be focussing on improving our grades, as well as improving costs per tonnes milled - all in line with our strategy, as well as progressing the pre-feasibility study at Wafi-Golpu.
24-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has published its Integrated Annual Report, filed the Form 20F with the United States' Securities and Exchange Commission and published the Sustainable Development Report, all for the financial year ended 30 June 2011. The abridged Integrated Annual Report, together with the notice of the annual general meeting was posted to shareholders on Monday, 24 October 2010. The report on sustainable development may be found at www.harmony.co.za/sd/reports/2011. The annual financial statements forming part of the Integrated Annual Report contain no material modifications to the results for the year ended 30 June 2011 which were published on 15 August 2011.



The annual general meeting of the company will be held at the Johannesburg Country Club, 1 Napier Road, Auckland Park, Johannesburg, South Africa, on Wednesday, 30 November 2011, at 11:00 (SA time). The reports for 2011, as well as additional detailed information on Harmony, including its regulatory filings, press releases, stock exchange announcements and quarterly reports, are available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za.
07-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has appointed Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas (Deutsche Bank) as the successor depositary bank for its New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) listed sponsored American Depositary Receipt ("ADR") program.



Existing ADRs issued originally by the Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) will continue to be valid and will not have to be exchanged for new ADRs. There will be no impact on existing ADR holders. Separate communication from Deutsche Bank to registered ADR holders will follow once the transfer has occurred.



The required Form F-6 has filed been filed on 30 September 2011 with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Harmony is planning to appoint Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas as successor Depositary Bank for its ADR program, which will be effective as from Monday, 10 October 2011.
27-Sep-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony) regrets to advise that following an ore pass accident and subsequent rescue efforts, an employee and two members of an external rescue team were fatally injured yesterday at its Evander mine in Mpumalanga. Investigations are currently underway to establish the causes of the accidents. Operations at the mine have been stopped until investigations have been completed. Harmony's Chief Executive Officer, Graham Briggs and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the families and colleagues of the deceased men.
19-Sep-2011
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, Harmony Gold Mining, the continent's third-largest gold company, climbed the most in almost a month on Friday, adding R3.79 or 4.1% to R96.80. Separately, the miner was raised to "overweight" from "neutral" at HSBC Holdings by equity analyst Sabrina Grandchamps, with a price estimate of USD17.
24-Aug-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd will be providing an update on the company's strategy, operations and exploration on Wednesday, 24 August 2011 in Johannesburg. Webcast and dial-in details are available at http://www.harmony.co.za/im/files/invitations/investor-day-august2011.pdf. The presentations will be available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za at 07:30 am SA time today.
15-Aug-2011
(C)
Revenue for the year ended 30 June 2011 increased to R12.445 billion (2010: R11.284 billion). Gross profit rose to R830 million (2010: R800 million), but operating profit decreased to R44 million (2010: R164 million), while profit attributable to owners of the parent soared to R617 million (2010: loss of R192 million). Furthermore, headline earnings from continuing operations skyrocketed to 223cps (2010: 1cps).



Dividend

Harmony declared a dividend of 60cps for the year ended 30 June 2011.



Looking ahead

Post year-end, following a five day strike, Harmony signed a two year wage agreement with the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), Solidarity and UASA (collectively referred to as the "Unions") on the 2nd of August 2011. The increase in wages will be off-set by improvements in productivity aimed at the more effective utilization of our mining assets. Approximately 500kg of production was lost due to the strike. The wage agreement between Harmony and the Unions also includes a profit share scheme in which all employees in the bargaining unit will share on a quarterly basis. The profit share will be based on 1% of operating profits less capital expenditure from the company's South African assets. Harmony is looking forward to having the Unions as our partners in creating a sustainable mining industry. Financial year 2011 was filled with great achievements. The company has improved their safety rates, secured excellent exploration results, continue to build up their operations and future production potential and certain operations have generated free operational cash flow. Financial year 2012 promises to be equally exciting. Harmony remain focussed on continuing to deliver on their long term targets and to maximise shareholder value.
08-Aug-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd announced that it has reached a mutually acceptable settlement with the lead plaintiff in the class action filed against it in the United States (US) District Court for the Southern District of New York in May 2008. The settlement requires final approval from the court on or after a hearing scheduled for the 10th of November 2011 and no assurance can be given that the settlement will ultimately be approved. Harmony did not admit to any liability in connection with the proposed settlement and, if finally approved, the settlement will result in the dismissal of all claims against Harmony. The class action was instituted against Harmony on the basis of alleged losses suffered by investors in certain securities traded in US securities markets during the alleged class period (25 April 2007 to and through 7 August 2007).
02-Aug-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has signed a two year wage agreement with the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), Solidarity and UASA (collectively referred to as the "unions"). The increases agreed to are:

*Minimum wages at entry level: 10%

*Category 5 to 8 employees: 8.5%

*Miners, artisans and officials: 7.5%

The wage agreement between Harmony and the unions also include a profit share scheme, in which all employees in the bargaining unit will share on a quarterly basis. The profit share will be based on 1% of operating profits less capital expenditure from the company's South African assets. Employees who participated in the strike will return to work on Tuesday, 2 August 2011. The company estimates that approximately 500kg of production was lost during the strike.
01-Aug-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that Alwyn Pretorius has been appointed executive: safety and health, a newly created executive position, the focus of which is to accelerate the execution of Harmony's safety and health strategy and to further improve its safety performance.
26-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that following wage negotiations with the trade unions (being the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), Solidarity and UASA) a deadlock was declared on 25 July 2011. Harmony received a 48-hour strike notice from NUM on 26 July 2011, advising that its members will down tools at 18:00 on Thursday, the 28th of July 2011.
20-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony published its Statement of Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves as at 30 June 2011, produced in accordance with the South African Code for the Reporting of Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (SAMREC Code) and the Australian Code (JORC Code). The Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources are inclusive of those Mineral Resources modified to produce the Mineral Reserves.



As at 30 June 2011, Harmony's Mineral Reserves amounted to 41.6 million ounces (Moz) of gold, spread across Harmony's assets in South Africa and PNG. The Reserves of Kusasalethu, Doornkop, Tshepong and Phakisa in South Africa and Hidden Valley in PNG now constitute 45% of Harmony's total Mineral Reserves. Once the pre-feasibility study of Wafi-Golpu has been completed, more ounces from PNG may be added to Harmony's reserves.



The reserve declaration excludes Rand Uranium Reserves (which is being held for sale), as well as some Evander projects which are no longer included in Harmony's long term mine plans. These exclusions, together with mine depletion, resulted in a decrease of 6.5 million ounces year on year, allowing Harmony to focus on growing, developing and operating its portfolio of quality assets.



As at 30 June 2011 attributable gold Mineral Resources are 163.9 Moz. Harmony's PNG Resources represent 10% of Harmony's total Resources at 16.3 Moz - a 51% increase in the total amount of resources from PNG, largely due to the significant increase in the Wafi-Golpu Resource (jointly (50/50) held by Harmony and Newcrest Mining Ltd (Newcrest) in the Morobe Mining Joint Venture). The Wafi-Golpu Resource statement confirms Harmony's long held belief that Golpu is truly a world-class discovery. On a 100% basis, Golpu alone now hosts a Resource of 869Mt, containing 19.3Moz of gold and 9.0 million tonnes (Mt) of copper (62Moz on a gold equivalent(1) basis). This represents a significant year-on-year increase, with an additional 368Mt (73% increase), comprising 4.2Mt copper (88% increase) and 10.5Moz of gold (119% increase) (see Table 1 - refer website). The deposit has grown to the north and at depth, and the grade has also increased. The Resource remains open at depth and to the north, with extension and infill drilling continuing.
15-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony) announces that higher production from its growth assets resulted in overall production being higher quarter on quarter. Gold production for the June 2011 quarter is likely to be 3% higher than the previous quarter, despite days lost to public holidays. As expected, cash operating costs in Rand terms will be higher, mainly due to higher electricity and stores costs, as well as the inclusion of Target 3 in our operating results. Higher stores costs are due to additional supplies used to support the increased production, as well as additional maintenance performed during public holidays. Harmony's results for the quarter and year ended 30 June 2011 will be released on Monday, 15 August 2011. Please refer to our website www.harmony.co.za for details.
12-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony regrets to advise that a fall of ground accident occurred at its Tshepong mine in the Free State this morning, which resulted in the death of an employee. The mine has been closed until such time as all investigations into the accident have been completed. Harmony's Chief Executive, Graham Briggs and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the family of the deceased and those affected by the incident.
08-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony regrets to advise that an employee was fatally injured yesterday morning following a locomotive accident at its Unisel mine near Welkom in the Free State Province. The mine has been closed until such time as all investigations into the accident have been completed. Harmony's chief executive, Graham Briggs and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the family of the deceased and those affected by the incident.
24-Jun-2011
(Official Notice)
The board of Harmony announced the appointment of Mr John Wetton as independent non-executive director, effective from 1 July 2011.
31-May-2011
(Official Notice)
The board of Harmony herewith announced the resignation of Dr CM Diarra as independent non-executive director of the company with effect from 31 May 2011. Due to additional demands on the time and attention of Dr Diarra, he will unfortunately not be able to continue as a director of Harmony.
09-May-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee died early Saturday morning, 7 May 2011, following a locomotive accident at its Kusasalethu mine near Carltonville. Tramming operations have been stopped until such time as all investigations into the accident has been completed.
05-May-2011
(Official Notice)
05-May-2011
(C)
Revenue increased to R2.9 billion (March 2010: R2.5 billion) for the March 2011 quarter. A gross profit of R326 million (March 2010: loss of R60 million) was made and an operating profit of R129 million (March 2010: loss of R237 million) was recorded. A net profit of R238 million (March 2010: net loss of R295 million) was recorded. In addition, headline earnings per share from continuing operations of 91cps (March 2010: headline loss per share from continuing operations of 24cps) was reported.



Outlook

The company is showing significant progress both in the growth of its resources as well as its diversity. The key short-term objective for us is the build up of our production and to get there, the main focus is on getting the assets, in which we have invested considerable amounts of cash over the last few years, into full production. Harmony is a company which has dramatically improved the quality of its ounces, which will continue to do so with better cash costs and free cash flow in the future.
21-Apr-2011
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Harmony's Wafi-Golpu gold prospect in Papua New Guinea may cost more than the initial estimates of USD3 billion to develop. CE Graham Briggs said the cost could reach USD4 billion. However, Briggs added that operations could be 50% larger than originally thought.
20-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony hosted members of the media in Johannesburg on Wednesday 20 April 2011. A presentation on Wafi-Golpu was delivered by the CEO, Graham Briggs, during this event. The presentation is available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za.
14-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee has died early this morning following a locomotive accident at its Masimong mine in the central Free State. Operations have been stopped until such time as all investigations into the accident has been completed.
13-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced gold production for the March 2011 quarter is likely to be 2% lower than the previous quarter mainly due the impact of the Christmas break. Cash operating costs remained steady and capital expenditure was contained during the quarter. In March 2011 the South African Revenue Services conceded that one of Harmony's subsidiaries is entitled to claim certain capital allowances. This allowance resulted in the reduction of the net deferred tax liability and a credit of approximately R330 million on the deferred tax line in the income statement, which will have a positive effect on Harmony's headline earnings per share. Harmony's results for the quarter ended March 2011 will be released on Thursday, 5 May 2011. Details of the results presentation are available on the company's website, www.harmony.co.za.
08-Apr-2011
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Harmony may issue bonds to fund the group's share of the planned USD3 billion Wafi-Golpu project in Papua New Guinea. Spokeswoman, Marian van der Walt, said Harmony might use a mix of bonds, bank loans and cash to fund its 50% share of the project. Goldman Sachs has estimated that the cost of developing Wafi-Golpu might rise to USD5 billion.
31-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee has died in a fall of ground accident, at its Joel mine in the Free State. The employee succumbed to internal injuries sustained following the accident. Operations have been stopped until such time as all investigations into the accident have been completed.
29-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
The board of Harmony announced the appointment of Mr Mavuso Msimang and Mr David Noko as independent non-executive directors, effective 26 March 2011.
29-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd will be hosting analysts from Tuesday 29 March 2011 to Thursday 31 March 2011, at its Papua New Guinea (PNG) operations. Presentations will be delivered during this visit in which the management of the Morobe Mining Joint venture management, the 50:50 Joint venture of Harmony and Newcrest Mining Ltd, will share their insight into the PNG operations and projects. The presentations will be available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za at 08:30 am SA time today.
25-Mar-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that shares in Harmony rose 12% on Thursday, 24 March 2011, after a research report from RBC Capital Markets ("RBC") in London said the company was "vulnerable" and could be a takeover target. RBC's Leon Esterhuizen wrote in a research report that Harmony was about see a slowdown in capital expenditure and benefit from years of heavy investment in South African and Papau New Guinean growth projects. Esterhuizen added that the spectacular exploration results from the Wafi-Golpu prospect in Papua New Guinea made Harmony an attractive takeover target. Gold Fields Ltd and AngloGold Ashanti Ltd have been named as possible bidders, with both companies declining to comment.
03-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony) announced that the latest drill hole results at its Wafi- Golpu project (50% held by Harmony) have provided the highest mineralisation values to date. In October 2010, Harmony reported on drilling of the Wafi Golpu deposit, which extended the mineralisation beyond the porphyry copper-gold resource of 16Moz of gold and 4.8Mt of copper. In January 2011 we advised that further drilling has extended the deposit. The latest drilling shows even better results.



28-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
In terms of par 3.59 of the JSE Listings Requirements shareholders are hereby advised that Ms Khanya Maluleke has resigned as company secretary and that iThemba Governance and Statutory Solutions (Pty) Limited (represented by Ms Annamarie van der Merwe) has been appointed as company secretary of Harmony with effect from 1 March 2011.

08-Feb-2011
(C)
Revenue improved to R6.1 billion (R5.7 billion) and gross profit rose to R572 million (R462 million). Operating profit enhanced to R137 million (R73 million), while net profit from continuing operations grew dramatically to R401 million (R89 million). Furthermore, headline earnings per share, from continuing operations amounted to 101cps (37cps).



Dividend

No dividend was declared in the period under review.



Outlook

The company remains confident that it will reach its long term targets and its focus is to increase production to 2Moz of gold by FY13, with costs per tonne milled in the lowest quartile of South African producers. The company has turned the corner, with the closure of unprofitable operations, its longer-life lower cost operations are profitable and sustainable. With the closure of some shafts and unplanned production setbacks during the first six months of financial year 2011, production for the financial year 2011 will most likely be between 1.45Moz and 1.5Moz. Harmony is well positioned to reap the benefits of a number of the initiatives it has implemented over the last three years aimed at optimising the asset portfolio and increasing operational efficiency. Harmony will continue to strive for an improved safety performance and as ever, its employees have the right to withdraw from unsafe areas. Overall, Harmony has seen improved safety figures and it hopes to continue this trend. Given the expertise of its operational management teams, the company feels confident in its ability to clear any hurdles in reaching its goal of being a sustainable low cost high quality producer.
07-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced its results for the second quarter and six months ended 31 December 2010 of financial year 2011. "Growth projects are clearly starting to deliver results with higher production and lower costs. Operating profit for the quarter increased by R215 million (33%) to R867 million, compared with R652 million in the September 2010 quarter". Production at Doornkop, Phakisa and Hidden Valley improved substantially, by 19%, 34% and 23% respectively. While total gold production decreased by 4% quarter-on- quarter, from 10 471kg to 10 055kg, this was mainly as a result of safety stoppages at Bambanani and Kusasalethu, and this trend is set to recover. While volumes were 8% lower than the previous quarter at 4 675 000t, the average yield was 4% higher at 2.11g/t. Underground gold production was 5% lower at 8 273kg, as volumes were 4% lower at 1 759 000t and the underground grade declined by 2% to 4.6g/t. Both Tshepong and Masimong showed a steady production performance, with Masimong still the lowest cost producer at R168 907/kg. Target 3 is back on track, with a 57% improvement in tonnes mined. Joel is also back in production. Following the closure of Merriespruit 1, the Virginia operations, now comprising solely of Unisel, produced net free cash of R43 million (compared with a loss of R36 million in the previous quarter), validating the decision to close the loss-making shafts. Gold production at Hidden Valley increased by 23% to 53 169oz and silver production increased by 44% to 382 655oz quarter-on-quarter (50% attributable to Harmony). Hidden Valley is a high value asset for Harmony and it is particularly pleasing to see improved results after some commissioning problems.
27-Jan-2011
(Official Notice)
Improved production figures and significant exploration intercepts reported Johannesburg. 25 January 2011. Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (Harmony) is pleased to announce excellent quarterly production results at its Hidden Valley mine in Papua New Guinea (PNG), in line with its post-commissioning production ramp-up plan. In addition, further significant exploration drill hole intercepts at the Wafi Golpu deposit were obtained during the quarter. Both of these assets are part of the company's 50% interest in the Morobe Mining Joint Venture.



Gold production at Hidden Valley improved by 23%, quarter on quarter, at 26,584 ounces of gold (Harmony`s 50%) produced, due to higher gold feed grades and improved recoveries. Silver production was 44% higher at 191,327 ounces of silver (Harmony's 50%), as a result of higher recoveries. The average grade for the quarter was 2.21 g/t Au, while the silver grade was 26.6 g/t Ag, with unit costs lower at R195 605/kg (US$884/oz), in comparison to R244 720/kg (US $1042/oz) in the previous quarter. In October 2010, Harmony reported on drilling of the Wafi Golpu deposit, which extended the mineralisation beyond the porphyry copper-gold resource of 16Moz of gold and 4.8Mt of copper. Further drilling during the December 2010 quarter has again extended the deposit.

In addition, drill hole WR377, has intersected well-mineralised porphyry at a depth of 1 091m down hole which, together with the significant intersections above, has extended the high grade porphyry more than 200m north of the current resource outline ( please refer to the press release on our website www.harmony.co.za to view the section and plan view). Other drilling has focused on pre-feasibility study requirements to gain geotechnical and metallurgical data. The metallurgical drill holes targeted zones in the Wafi gold lodes and have returned significant intersections consistent with the known resource, but with an increased grade.





24-Jan-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that, Harmony Gold warned last week that an incident at its Kusasalethu mine had cut production for the December quarter, but its costs were lower because of lower electricity costs. It said the fatal accident in October would bring group production down 3%-5% in the quarter. Work at shafts where fatalities occur is temporarily halted by the government while the causes are investigated. The shaft in question has been repaired.
21 Jan 2011 12:49:31
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that production trends are moving in the right direction - with higher production from its growth projects and lower R/kg costs quarter on quarter - with the exception of Kususalethu. Gold production for the December 2010 quarter is likely to be 3-5% lower than the previous quarter, mainly due to lower production from Kusasalethu as a result of the shaft accident in October 2010. The shaft has since been repaired and necessary measures have been implemented to ensure that the operation delivers in line with its plan in the next quarter. Cash operating costs decreased by 8-10% in Rand and also decreased with 3 to 5% on a rand per kilogram basis, mainly due to lower electricity tariffs and as a result of restructuring efforts. Harmony's results for the quarter ended December 2010 will be released on Monday 7 February 2011.
20 Jan 2011 10:55:17
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd regrets to advise that an employee has died in a fall of ground accident, at its Bambanani mine near Welkom. The accident occurred at approximately midnight last night, some 2900 meters below surface. Operations have been stopped until such time as all investigations into the accident has been completed. Harmony`s Chief Executive, Graham Briggs and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the families of the deceased and those affected by the incident.

06 Jan 2011 08:55:01
(Official Notice)
The Hidden Valley Joint Venture denies allegations made against it in a writ purportedly served upon the PNG Joint Venture companies by the legal advisor acting for the Member of Parliament for Bulolo and a number of customary landowners living along the Watut River. The Joint Venturers will vigorously defend the litigation should it proceed. The writ alleges nuisance relating to mine-related sediment and seeks damages and injunctive relief in relation to the Hidden Valley Mine operations. The issue and purported service of the writ is contrary to the agreement reached between the Member and the Joint Venture (jointly publicly announced on 6 December) to establish an expert technical advisory panel as a vehicle for constructive resolution of sediment related issues in a transparent and cooperative forum.



The pending legal action now prejudices the ability of the Member and his legal advisor to participate in this process. The issue and purported service of the writ by the Member's legal advisor appears to be prompted by voluntary compensation payments being made by the Joint Venture to communities along the Watut River. The payments were for flood damage to crops and gardens, to which mine related sediment may have contributed, along with natural events including land slips and major rain events. These payments have been underway since November and are now almost complete. The vast majority of eligible people have now received their payment. The Member has been fully aware of the status of the payments throughout the payment period.



Additionally, in mid December the Joint Venture formally confirmed with the Member and his legal advisor, that by accepting these compensation payments landowners do not in any way infringe on their future rights to claim further compensation. Importantly, at Hidden Valley Mine all tailings from the processing of ore are stored permanently in an engineered Tailings Storage Facility. No tailings are discharged from our site. Hidden Valley Mine has a demonstrated track record of working with communities. A range of effective environmental and community programs are in place and ongoing. The Hidden Valley mine has a 2000-strong workforce, most of whom are local people. The Joint Venture remains committed to addressing issues with affected communities in a constructive and expeditious manner.
17 Dec 2010 08:53:42
(Official Notice)
Hidden Valley Joint Venture welcomed a statement by the member for Bulolo reaffirming the constructive dialogue process agreed on 6 December 2010 regarding landowner community concerns about sediment in the Watut River. Hidden Valley Joint Venture is a 50:50 joint venture between Papua New Guinea subsidiaries of Harmony and Newcrest Mining Ltd.
25 Nov 2010 14:22:32
(Official Notice)
This is a reminder that the AGM of Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd will be held at the Johannesburg Country Club in Auckland Park on Wednesday, 01 December 2010 at 11:00 (SA time) to transact the business as stated in the notice of the annual general meeting which forms part of the annual financial statements.
15 Nov 2010 09:29:58
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that, Harmony Gold Mining, Africa's largest producer of metal, had its credit ratings lowered by Fitch Ratings on Friday on concern that shrinking cash levels and higher costs will prompt it to increase debt or sell shares. "High operating cost inflation" may extend until 2015 as power, labour and water tariffs rise, Fitch said on Friday. "The company will need to raise additional equity or debt to finance its future expansionary investment." Fitch lowered the long-term foreign currency issuer default rating to BB- from BB. The national long-term rating was cut to BB- from BBB-, also with a negative outlook, and the short-term to B from F3
01 Nov 2010 08:52:48
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations increased to R 3.1 billion (September 2009: R2.7 billion). Gross profit decreased to 88 million (September 2009: R147 million), and operating loss was recorded at R159 million (September 2009:Operating loss of R63 million).Profit attributable to ordinary shareholders was recorded at R102 million (September 2009: Loss attributable to ordinary shareholders of R29 million). In addition, headline earnings on a per share from continuing operations rose to 33cps (September 2009: Headline loss per share from continuing operations was at 13cps).



Dividend

No dividend has been declared for the period under review.



Prospects

Harmony aim to focus on safe, profitable ounces. To do this the group have taken bold decisions in shutting unprofitable operations and focused attention on longer-life, lower-cost operations that will be profitable and sustainable for many years to come. There are many steps in this journey and this quarter has indeed been one of them as the company progress towards consolidating lower-cost, quality asset base. Harmony remain focused on increasing production to 2 million ounces of gold by FY 2013, with costs per tonne milled in the lowest quartile of South African producers.
25 Oct 2010 12:01:52
(Official Notice)
25 Oct 2010 08:22:17
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Harmony Gold and joint venture partner Newcrest had received approval to proceed with a USD150 million (R1 billion) prefeasibility study at the Wafi-Golpu copper-gold project in Papua New Guinea, which was expected to be done by early 2012, harmony said on Friday, 22 October 2010. Studies indicated "another high quality, world class operation", said Harmony chief executive Graham Briggs. The deposit could contain 30 million ounces of gold and 8 million tons of copper, double earlier estimates. The stock rose 1.04% percent to R77.56.
22 Oct 2010 09:22:23
(Official Notice)
21 Oct 2010 12:17:08
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that an employee has died in an accident at its Kusasalethu mine in Carletonville on Wednesday 20 October. The accident occurred at approximately 22:20 on the night of the 20th of October when the rigging crews were busy moving equipment in the shaft. Hoisting operations have temporarily been stopped until such time as an investigation into the accident has been completed.
18 Oct 2010 16:09:22
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that, following careful and considerable review, the company will be closing Merriespruit 1 shaft in Virginia at the end of October 2010. Earlier this year a productivity-linked deal with the trade unions was reached that allowed Merriespruit 1 to continue its operations provided it did not make a loss (on a total cost basis, including any capital expenditure) for two consecutive months and total costs remained under R250 000/kg. Despite the operational team's best endeavours, Merriespruit 1 has failed to meet these conditions and closure procedures have commenced.



Employee representatives, through their trade unions, have been informed of the closure. Management has embarked on a formal consultation process with employees in terms of the Section 189A of the Labour Relations Act (previously agreed to in respect of the Virginia closures), to consider alternatives to retrenchment. Approximately 1 470 employees are affected by the closure. Of this amount, 1 200 will be transferred to mainly our growth operations and approximately 270 may be retrenched.
07 Oct 2010 16:17:50
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony) announces that its production and costs for the quarter ended September 2010 are largely in line with the guidance provided to the market in August 2010 at the time of the release of its fourth quarter results.



Harmony advises that gold production for the September 2010 quarter is likely to be in the order of 3% lower than the June 2010 quarter. This is as a result of:

* The planned closure of Harmony 2 shaft;

* The planned closure of Merriespruit 3 shaft;

* The temporary cessation of operations at Joel North shaft to allow for the completion of shaft bottom spillage infrastructure which resulted in 43 production days lost;

* The tragic accident at Phakisa at the end of June 2010, which resulted in the closure of that shaft for 13 days.



As advised in the previous quarter, electricity costs were around R140 million more quarter on quarter and labour increased by approximately R50 million. Costs at Hidden Valley have been incurred for a full quarter as opposed to two months in the previous quarter. Retrenchment costs of around R60 million (R10 million at the Evander operations and R50 million at Virginia) have been incurred during the quarter. Harmony's results for the quarter ended September 2010 will be released on 1 November 2010.

30 Sep 2010 11:34:20
(Official Notice)
30 Sep 2010 09:11:57
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised with deep regret that the rescue team reached and recovered the body of the missing employee at Bambanani's East shaft at approximately 21:00 on Wednesday, 29 September 2010. This was the second fatality as a result of a seismically-induced rockfall, two days ago. Six employees were brought to surface soon after Monday's seismic event, three were hospitalised. All three are in a stable condition. The names of all employees involved will be withheld until their next of kin have been informed.
28 Sep 2010 16:54:27
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced with deep regret that a search and rescue team has recovered the body of one of the two employees missing since a seismically-induced rockfall at the East Shaft of the company's Bambanani Mine near Welkom on Monday, 27 September 2010. The search and rescue team reached and recovered the employee's body at approximately 14:30 on 28 September 2010. The search for the second missing employee continues.
27 Sep 2010 16:53:14
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that rescue workers were searching for two employees following a seismic event measuring 2.1 at the company's Bambanani mine near Welkom at 10:10 this morning (Monday, 27 September 2010). The event occurred on 75 level, some 2 300 metres below surface. Four other employees sustained injuries and their conditions are currently being assessed.
07 Sep 2010 12:13:25
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has completed two transactions with Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Resources Ltd (Wits Gold). In terms of these transactions, Wits Gold will obtain a prospecting right over Harmony's Merriespruit South area and the option held by ARMGold/Harmony Joint Venture Company (Pty) Ltd (Freegold), a wholly owned subsidiary of Harmony. The option was to acquire a beneficial interest of up to 40% in any future mines established by Wits Gold on certain properties in the Southern Free State (Freegold option), this will be cancelled. The total consideration price of the transactions is R336 million, (R61 million for the prospecting area and R275 million for the cancellation of the option agreement) which will be settled in cash or in a combination of cash and shares in Wits Gold. The agreements were signed on 3 September 2010 and outstanding conditions precedent are expected to be fulfilled within the next 9 months. Harmony will abandon a portion of its mining right in respect of the Merriespruit South area to enable Wits Gold to include this area in its prospecting right, which is located immediately south of the Merriespruit South area. The disposal of the Merriespruit South area does not have any impact on the existing Merriespruit 1 mining operations.
30 Aug 2010 08:14:35
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that, Harmony has discovered large gold deposits in Papua New Guinea, but closer to home it has exploration programmes to extend the lives of its South African mines and maintain production at about 2 million ounces or more. The common view, borne out by a dramatic decline in South African gold production in recent years, is that there is little potential left on the local gold fields, with mines having to go ever deeper into a more dangerous and expensive environment. But there is still potential at Harmony's existing mines, CEO Graham Briggs said. Harmony is growing production to 2 million ounces in 2012 from 1.4 million ounces in the last financial year. It has shut six unprofitable mines and a seventh could close if it does not perform. It has a host of projects that will drag costs down and push production higher.
25 Aug 2010 08:24:00
(Official Notice)
Harmony will be hosting analysts, fund managers and investors today at the company's offices in Randfontein. Presentations will be delivered during which Harmony's management team will share insight into the company's planning processes going forward to ensure the sustainability of a safe and profitable company. The presentations in support of investor day will be available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za at 08:00 am SA time on Wednesday, 25 August 2010.



The presentations will also be broadcasted live via webcast at www.corpcam.com/Harmony25082010. Should you be viewing the webcast and have any questions relating to the presentations, please email your questions to esha@harmony.co.za.
17 Aug 2010 07:47:16
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, Harmony Gold, which has cut its 2012 production target by 200 000oz, has scrapped plans to separately list its Evander assets as it pushes ahead on the Wafi-Golpu project in Papua New Guinea that is likely to be its next new mine from 2016. Harmony has lowered its 2012 output forecast to 2 million ounces after it shut six unprofitable shafts in the past year and has a seventh that will be closed if it does not meet targets. Its Hidden Valley mine in Papua is not yet firing on all cylinders, having started commercial production in May. It is treating weathered rock and has had a lot of silver through the plant, which flooded the carbon used to extract gold.
16 Aug 2010 10:39:47
(C)
Revenue declined slightly to R11.2 million (2009: R11.4 million), gross profit decreased to R0.8 million (2009: R1.8 million). Operating profit fell to R165 000 (2009:R2 million). The company reported a loss per share of 46cps (2009: profit of 707cps)



Dividend

A dividend of 50 cents per ordinary share for the year ended 30 June 2010.



Prospects

Production for the September 2010 quarter will be affected by the temporary suspension of operations at Joel to allow for the completion of improvements to the shaft bottom spillage arrangement at our Joel North Shaft. In addition, production will also be negatively affected by a further 95 kilograms due to the tragic explosion at Phakisa on 24 June 2010.
03 Aug 2010 16:02:37
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that Frank Abbott, executive director, has retired at the end of July 2010 after a long association with Harmony to pursue personal interests.
02 Aug 2010 15:58:46
(Official Notice)
Harmony published its statement of mineral resources and mineral reserves as at 30 June 2010, which has been produced in accordance with the South African Code for the Reporting of Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves ("SAMREC code") and the Australian Code ("JORC code"). The measured and indicated mineral resources are inclusive of those mineral resources modified to produce the mineral reserves.



Steps taken to improve the quality of Harmony's portfolio have included:

* closure of the Brand 3, Merriespruit 3, Harmony 2, Evander 2, 5 and 7 shafts (a total of six shafts) due to their ore bodies having reached the end of their economic lives;

* continued investment in exploration and development at the company's Phakisa,

* Kusasalethu, Doornkop and Hidden Valley growth projects, reaffirming their robust life-of-mine plans and reserve positions;

* acquisition of the Free State assets of Pamodzi Gold Mining Ltd which includes President Steyn 1 and 2 shafts, Lorraine 3, Freddies 7 and 9, the Steyn plant and surface stockpiles;

* an international exploration program resulting in the discovery of a new zone of mineralisation adjacent to the main Golpu resource;

* the reassessment of the Evander operations and projects. Following a review of the economic viability of the Evander South project under various economic scenarios, it was decided to exclude if from Harmony's reserves, while the Libra project, (retreating the Evander tailings) has been included in the reserve statement;

* the sale of the Mount Magnet project in Western Australia, which allows us to focus on growing, developing and operating our portfolio of quality assets in Papua New Guinea.



The company's detailed resource and reserve declaration will be published in the FY2010 annual report, which will be made available to shareholders towards the end of September 2010. The annual report will also include the latest update on Harmony's uranium resources.
29 Jul 2010 14:51:41
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced a significant increase in the mineral resource at the Wafi-Golpu porphyry copper-gold project in Papua New Guinea (PNG), which is part of the company's 50/50 joint venture with Newcrest Mining Ltd. The mineral resource for Wafi-Golpu now contains 16 million ounces (Moz) of gold and 4.8 million tones (Mt) of copper. Expressed as gold equivalents, this resource amounts to 38.5 Moz of gold, which spells an exciting and promising future for this project and also provides great opportunities for investors. The increase in the Mineral Resource is due to the discovery of a new zone of mineralization directly adjacent to the previously defined Golpu resource. The mineralization has been extended by the drilling along strike to the northeast and at depth. The estimate is based on an additional 19 179 m of drilling in 22 PQ/HQ/NQ diamond drill holes. Contained metal at Golpu only, has increased from the 2007 mineral resource (163Mt at 0.57 g/t au, 1.08% cu, 132 ppm Mo) as follows:

*gold increased from 3.0 to 8.8 Moz of gold;

*copper increased from 1.8 to 4.8 Mt of copper;

*molybdenum increased from 22 to 55 kt of molybdenum; and

*on a gold equivalent basis the deposit increased to 30.9 Moz au equivalent.



Over the broader project area including the Wafi gold deposit, a number of targets have been earmarked for follow-up testing, with several that already contain significant gold intercepts. At Golpu, the mineralized footprint of the deposit now extends over 700m of strike and remains open to the north and at depth. The ongoing drilling programme, involving five drill rigs continues to expand high-grade zones of mineralized porphyry. Refer to www.harmony.co.za for details on Wafi Resources and the Golpu exploration target guidance and for a diagram of the schematic section 21000N indicating the new resource outline.
09 Jul 2010 08:52:12
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Harmony Gold has drawn a line under its Australian foray by selling its last asset in that country for R266 million as it focuses its attention on Papua New Guinea, where it has a mine and promising exploration targets, giving it much needed diversification. An attempt in 2008 to sell Mt Magnet to junior Australian miner Monarch Hold fell through when that company was put into administration. the price then was AUD65 million, well above the AUD40 million (R266 million) Harmony is receiving now. A number of companies bid for the asset, some with higher offers than the one from Ramelius Resources, which is paying harmony cash. Harmony has a number of small properties left in Australia to dispose of, but Mt Magnet was the last operational asset in Australia.
08 Jul 2010 14:51:45
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd ("Harmony") announced that it has commenced extensive changes and repairs to the shaft bottom at its Joel north shaft in the Free State. Modifications to the shaft have among others, included:

* Changing of the winder from sinking to production mode;

* Attaching bigger skips;

* Ensuring that emergency egress is available;

* And raise boring the lift shaft from 121 to 129 level.



Operations at the shaft however, had to be halted at the end of June 2010 to complete the bottom of the shaft spillage arrangements. A mutual decision was taken by the department of mineral resources and management to stop operations at the shaft until the shaft bottom is cleared from the spillage and more permanent arrangements are put into place.
08 Jul 2010 08:07:15
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has executed a share sale agreement with the Australian-based gold miner Ramelius Resources Ltd for the sale of the Mount Magnet Gold Project ("Mount Magnet") for AUD40 million cash. The Mount Magnet project, located in Western Australia, was placed on care and maintenance in 2008. The package includes an extensive advanced exploration portfolio and the Checker CIL processing plant.
02 Jul 2010 09:50:35
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that harmony Gold Mining said it had resumed operations at its Phakisa mine apart from four sections affected by an explosion which killed four workers.
28 Jun 2010 10:53:31
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that Mr Josie Randall, a member of the mines rescue services team (proto team) injured in an underground explosion on Thursday, 24 June 2010 at Harmony's Phakisa mine near Welkom in the Free State, has died. This brings to four the number of specialised proto team members who died as a result of the explosion, which occurred while the team were attending to a fire on 66 Level, some 2 013 metres below surface late on Thursday, 24 June 2010. A fifth team member is in a serious but stable condition in hospital.
25 Jun 2010 09:14:46
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that three employees died in an underground explosion accident at its Phakisa mine in the Free State on Thursday, 24 June 2010. Two other employees were seriously injured and are being treated at the local hospital. The employees were part of a mine rescue team that was busy investigating a suspected fire in a raise, underground at the time of the accident. All other employees working underground at the time of the explosion were accounted for and are safe. The explosion occurred at approximately 22h30 on Thursday, some 2 013 metres below surface. Management together with the representatives of the department of mineral resources worked through the night on the rescue operation. Investigations into the causes of the accident will be conducted once the area has been declared safe. Harmony's chief executive, Graham Briggs and his management team, expressed their sincere condolences to the families of the deceased and injured who were affected by the incident.
21 Jun 2010 09:26:44
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd announced that a rockfall accident occurred at its Phakisa mine in the Free State on Saturday morning, 19 June 2010, which resulted in the death of an employee. The incident occurred at approximately 07h00 on Saturday in a working place end some 2 100 metres below surface. Harmony's chief executive, Graham Briggs and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the family of the deceased and those affected by the incident.
14 Jun 2010 10:58:06
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that an employee died in a rock fall accident at the company's Tshepong mine in the Free State on Saturday, 12 June 2010.
08 Jun 2010 08:03:07
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony) announced today that it has notified NASDAQ of its intention to voluntarily terminate the listing of its American Depository Receipts on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange. Harmony will continue to be listed on the JSE (HAR), New York Stock Exchange (HMY) and the London Stock Exchange (HRM). Harmony will file a Form 25, Notification of Removal from Listing and/or Registration, with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on 9 June 2010, and anticipates that the last day of trading of its American Depositary Receipts on NASDAQ will be about 21 June 2010.
18 May 2010 09:22:28
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced a ground-breaking job preservation and profitability agreement with the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), UASA and Solidarity in respect of restructuring at the company's Virginia operations in the Free State. In terms of the agreement, certain sections of the Virginia operations' Merriespruit 1 shaft will continue to operate, provided:

*these sections do not make a loss (on a total cost basis, including any capital expenditure) for two consecutive months; and

*total costs remained under R250 000/kg.

Last month, Harmony announced - after an extensive review - its intention to close three loss-making shafts at the Virginia operations - Merriespruit 1 and 3, and Harmony 2. The company has since engaged with trade unions under the auspices of the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA), in a bid to mitigate the effect of the closures on jobs.
13 May 2010 15:09:16
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement released on SENS on 22 April 2010, Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd (Harmony) advises that the technical information in the SENS announcement was compiled by Greg Job, Harmony's New Business Executive for South-East Asia, who has the overall responsibility and accountability for the Golpu Project, in terms of the South African Code for the Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves (SAMREC) 2007. Mr Job has 21 years` experience in mine and resource geology and is a member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. He is a full time employee of Harmony and qualifies as Competent Person as defined in the SAMREC code and the Australian Code for Reporting Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves (JORC). Mr Job has consented to the inclusion in the press release of the matters based on their information in the form and context in which it appears.
10 May 2010 08:51:12
(C)
Revenue declined to R2.5 billion (R3 billion) for the March 2010 quarter. A gross loss of R64 million (profit of R794 million) was made and an operating loss of R247 million (profit of R965 million) was recorded. A net loss of R295 million (profit of R972 million) was registered. In addition, a headline loss from continuing operations of 32cps (profit of 128cps) was reported.



Outlook

As for managing what is absolutely within management's power to manage, there is not one of the current operations that can or will escape vigilance in terms of volume and grade optimisation, cost control, and productivity enhancement. Turnaround through improved profitability and getting to the right asset mix remain priorities. Added to this, Harmony will progress developmental projects - key growth drivers - and pursue further, longer-term growth through acquisition and exploration. To achieve this, Harmony will continue to call on the substantial reserves of ability, skills and enthusiasm of the thousands of people comprising the Harmony team.
04 May 2010 10:55:19
(Official Notice)
Johannesburg. Tuesday, 4 May 2010. Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd regrets to announce that a rockfall accident occurred at its Joel mine in the Free State yesterday, resulting in the death of a mineworker. The incident occurred at approximately 13:10 yesterday in a ledging panel, some 1,130 metres below surface. Management, together with the Department of Mineral Resources will commence investigations today. Harmony's Chief Executive, Graham Briggs and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the family of the deceased and those affected by the incident.



22 Apr 2010 11:03:16
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd announced additional significant high grade drill intercepts from its 50:50 Morobe Mining Joint Venture in Papua New Guinea. Harmony CEO Graham Briggs says: "These results, together with those released in January 2010, will have a profoundly positive impact on the resource base of the project. The drill programme at Golpu is testing an exploration target in the range of 500 to 800 million tones (Mt) at high grades of between 0.7% and 1.1% copper (Cu) and 0.5 to 0.7 g/t gold (Au) for 8 to 18 million ounces (Moz) of gold and 3.5 to 8.8 Mt of copper. This target includes the current resource. Golpu could develop into one of the most significant copper-gold projects in PNG with a possible size potential of 13 Moz Au and 6.5 Mt Cu, putting it on a scale similar to other major copper-gold projects like OK Tedi and the historic mine in Bougainville. This is a very exciting possibility for investors."
16 Apr 2010 09:25:07
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd announced that following careful review of the performance of its Harmony 2, Merriespruit 1 and Merriespruit 3 shafts, these assets have no remaining payable reserves and their closure has begun. This action is in line with Harmony's stated strategy to restructure for quality ounces, thereby improving its asset mix. Employee representatives, through their trade unions, have been informed of the closures and management will embark on a formal consultation process with them, facilitated by a senior commissioner from the CCMA in terms of Section 189A of the Labour Relations Act, to consider alternatives to retrenchments. The number of employees affected by the closure is approximately 3 700. Every effort will be made to mitigate the effects of closure. Steps to be considered may include transfers to other operations in the group, portable skills training and early retirement.
09 Apr 2010 15:37:54
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd announced that an accident occurred due to a burst compressed air column at its Doornkop mine on the West Rand, resulting in the death of a mineworker. Investigations are underway.
31 Mar 2010 12:02:25
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd ("Harmony") announced that the past quarter saw continued focus on safety and disciplined mining, but was not without its challenges. Based on preliminary estimates, gold production for the quarter decreased between 1 000kg and 1 300kg compared with the previous quarter. Loss-making shafts that were closed during the quarter resulted in a reduction of approximately 620kg of gold, as compared with the previous quarter. Restructuring costs in respect of these closures amount to approximately R120 million. Going forward, only care and maintenance costs for the closed shafts will be incurred.



The remaining loss in kilograms was from South African operations, of which the main contributing operations to this decrease include Tshepong, Masimong, Joel and Kusasalethu (previously known as Elandsrand). Tshepong and Masimong had a slow start-up after the Christmas break. Joel saw lower grades, mainly as a result of the commissioning of the plant and Kusasalethu faced ore-pass problems during the quarter, which are being investigated. Hidden Valley continued its commissioning process, with the silver flotation circuit being commissioned in the March quarter. As mentioned in the previous quarter, Harmony expects the Hidden Valley mine and processing plant to reach its original design capacity and throughput in the June 2010 quarter. The mine's March quarter results will be capitalised.
25 Mar 2010 15:36:49
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd announced that a rockfall accident occurred on 25 March at its Merriespruit 1 shaft, which is part of Harmony's Virginia operations in the Free State, resulting in the death of an employee. The incident occurred at approximately 8:30 in the morning in a stope, some 1089 metres below surface. Management, together with the department of mineral resources will commence investigations tomorrow. Harmony's chief executive, Graham Briggs and his management team, expressed their sincere condolences to the family of the deceased.
10 Mar 2010 14:06:45
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that an employee died in a rockfall accident at the company's Evander No 8 shaft. The rockfall occurred at approximately 5:00am on 9 March 2010 in a working place some 2 125 metres below surface. An investigation involving management and representatives of the Department of Mining Resources will be conducted.
24 Feb 2010 15:57:16
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced the appointment of Harry Ephraim Mashego as executive director, effective 24 February 2010.
22 Feb 2010 09:22:24
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd ("Harmony") announced that all conditions precedent relating to its acquisition of the Pamodzi Gold Free State (Pty) Ltd's assets, have been fulfilled and that the deal has now become unconditional.



During the past few months, Harmony conducted pre-production work at the shafts, to make these operations safe and return them to production. Production at Steyn 2 and Loraine 3 shafts will now commence and more work is being done to underground workings at Steyn 1 shaft. Production at these three shafts for the first twelve months is estimated at 100 000 oz at an average recovered grade of 5.5g/t and at a cash cost in the order of R218 000/kg. Production will then increase to 150 000 oz for the second twelve months at a cash cost of about R160 000/kg.



The plant clean-up began in December 2009, and 800kg of gold is expected to be recovered over the next 18 months. Milling of rock from the Freddies 9 waste dump at a throughput of 35 000tpm and a recovered grade of 0.55g/t has commenced. This rock is processed at Harmony's Target plant. Harmony has re- employed 1000 employees and the company expects the total number of employees to increase to approximately 2,500 over the next two years.
16 Feb 2010 16:16:54
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold mining company Ltd announced that it is not associated or affiliated, in any way whatsoever, with Harmony Gold Corp, a Vancouver-based company currently drilling for gold in Alaska, as mentioned in a press release issued by Harmony Gold Corp recently.



Harmony Gold corp is not a subsidiary of Harmony Gold mining company Ltd and it does not share any business interests with Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd.

08 Feb 2010 09:38:11
(C)
The improvement in the average Rand gold price received resulted in a 8.2% increase in revenue to R2 971 million, and after accounting for total cash operating costs - 1% lower at R2 172 million mainly because of the lower summer electricity tariff - cash operating profit was 44.9% higher at R800 million. Headline earnings per share was 49 cents. On 13 August 2009, the board of directors approved a final dividend for the 2009 financial year of 50 SA cents per share. The total dividend, amounting to R213 million was paid on 21 September 2009.



Looking ahead

Harmony will push ahead with the commissioning of growth projects, in order to bring to account their quality ounces, and will continue to pursue profitable growth opportunities - organically, by acquisition and through forging strategic partnerships. The immediate goal remains generating profitable ounces of production and earnings to reward shareholders, both through dividends and future growth. Harmony has made good progress in this regard, having produced 748 555oz for the six months ended 31 December 2009. Harmony will continue to engage in robust, constructive debate on issues that may affect the South African mining industry - in particular the outrageous power price increases being considered and the nationalisation of the mines.
27 Jan 2010 09:12:10
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that Harmony will be committing about R290 million in capital expenditure to the Free State assets of Pamodzi Gold Ltd ("Pamodzi") that it acquired in the second half of 2010. CE Graham Briggs said plant clean-up had started in December 2009 and the company extracted its first gold from the President Steyn North and South mines. However, Sanlam Investment Managers' analyst Shoaib Ahmed Vayej commented that Harmony made a poor and opportunistic strategic decision in acquiring the Pamodzi assets.
26 Jan 2010 08:09:17
(Official Notice)
26 Jan 2010 08:06:06
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd will be hosting analysts, fund managers and financial media today. The presentation will be available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za at 08:00 am on Tuesday, 26 January 2010. The presentation provides a high level overview of the gold production for the quarter ended 31 December 2009.
21 Jan 2010 12:11:05
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd announced that Frank Abbott will continue to serve on the Harmony board as an executive director for the next 12 months. Frank will focus on the strategic planning and growth of the company.
30 Nov 2009 15:20:19
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd regrets to announce that a tramming accident occurred early this morning at its Merriespruit 3 shaft - which is part of the Virginia Operations in the Free State - that resulted in the death of a mineworker. Management together with the Department of mineral resources began investigations today into the cause of the accident.
27 Nov 2009 11:07:39
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd regretfully announced that early this morning a seismically related fall of ground accident occurred at its Elandsrand mine near Carletonville, which resulted in the death of a mineworker. Management together with the Department of Mineral Resources will commence investigations today.
24 Nov 2009 14:36:07
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that all resolutions proposed to shareholders were passed at the AGM held in Johannesburg on Monday, 23 November 2009.
17 Nov 2009 14:55:42
(Official Notice)
The AGM of Harmony shareholders will be held at 11:00 (South African time) on Monday, 23 November 2009, at the Johannesburg Country Club, 1 Napier Road, Auckland Park.
03 Nov 2009 11:49:33
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold mining company Ltd announced the appointment of Hannes Meyer as Financial Director, with effect from 1 November 2009.
30 Oct 2009 08:55:57
(C)
Total turnover increased by 3% from R 2.6 billion to R2.7 billion in 2009. Gross (loss) (R59 million) (June 2008: Loss R67 million) and operating loss R77 million ( June 2008: 450 million). Attributable to ordinary shareholders R14 million (June 2008: R35 million). In addition, headline earnings/(loss) on a per share (12 cps) ( June 2008: 107 cps).



Dividend

The board of directors approved a final dividend for the 2009 financial year of 50 cps. The total dividend, amounting to R213 million was paid on 21 September 2009.



Prospects

Looking ahead, Harmony management remain steadfast on the fundamentals of the gold sector in the medium and longer term. This is what encourages continued pursuance of four-phase growth path:

*optimising our asset portfolio

* improving operational efficiency and productivity

*making further acquisitions and entering into other strategic partnerships

*growing organically











27 Oct 2009 13:12:12
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold mining company Ltd announced that rescue workers have brought to safety the two employees trapped underground following yesterday's rockfall at the company's target mine in the Free State. All employees involved were accounted for at 20:00 last night. Two employees died in the rockfall, the circumstances of which are being investigated both internally and in conjunction with the safety inspectorate of the department of mineral resources.
27 Oct 2009 09:20:43
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Harmony was on track to achieve production of 2.2 million ounces by 2010 because of promising projects. CEO Graham Briggs added that the company was expected to produce 1.7 million ounces of gold for the 2009/10 financial year. However, power shortages caused by Eskom and the utility's proposed tariff increases are major concerns.
26 Oct 2009 16:41:28
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold mining company Ltd regretfully announced that a fall of ground accident occurred at its Target Mine in the Free State earlier today. Sadly two people passed away as a result of the accident. Rescue operations are underway with four proto-teams at the scene. The company's primary concern is for the safety of its employees. No further information is available at this stage
26 Oct 2009 09:44:07
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the annual financial statements contain no modifications to the reviewed statements published.



Notice is hereby given that the annual general meeting of Harmony shareholders will be held at Johannesburg Country Club in Auckland Park on Monday, 23 November 2009 at 11:00 (SA time) to transact the business as stated in the notice of the annual general meeting which forms part of the annual financial statements.
12 Oct 2009 16:36:21
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced one of its employees at its Bambanani mine was fatally injured as a result of a localised fall of ground gravity incident.
01 Oct 2009 10:55:24
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Harmony's total gold output was up 4% in the September 2009 quarter. The company expected marginal growth and lower costs for the December 2009 quarter. CEO Graham Biggs commented that he is concerned about the strong rand but is bullish about Harmony's prospects in the medium to long term.
30 Sep 2009 09:44:34
(Official Notice)
Harmony will be hosting analysts and fund managers on 30 September 2009. The presentation will be available on the company's website at 08:00 SA time on Wednesday, 30 September 2009. The presentation provides a high level overview of the company's performance for the quarter ended 30 September 2009.
17 Sep 2009 10:02:12
(Media Comment)
A north Gauteng High court judge has sanctioned the acquisition of Pamodzi's Free state assets by Harmony Gold for R405 million after the struggling gold mining firm failed to provide proof of liquidity. Enver Motala of SBT Trust said the judgement was made on Tuesday after Pamodzi was unable to prove that it had R20 million to restart the mines or pay the provisional liquidator's legal costs of R63 000 to postpone the matter today.

14 Sep 2009 14:15:04
(Official Notice)
Harmony and DRDLD Ltd ("DRDGOLD") announced that they have withdrawn their excessive pricing complaint against ArcelorMittal South Africa Ltd (ArcMittal). The complaint was initially lodged with the Competition Commission in 2002, with the substance of the complaint being that ArcMittal (or ISCOR as it was then known) abused its dominant position in the South African flat steel market by charging excessive prices, to the detriment of consumers, in contravention of section 8(a) of the Competition Act, 1998.



Harmony and DRDLD withdrew their complaint, which remained unresolved after several years of litigation, following the conclusion of a settlement agreement with ArcMittal. The terms of the settlement agreement are confidential and will not be made public. The settlement agreement reached will permit the gold miners to focus their energies and resources on their core businesses, and represents a satisfactory outcome to the matter for them.
09 Sep 2009 09:58:56
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd suspended its negotiations with the provisional liquidators of Pamodzi Gold Free State (Pty) Ltd in respect of its acquisition of the assets of Pamodzi Gold Free State in order to allow all stakeholders an opportunity to assess the proposed recapitalisation of the Pamodzi Gold group of companies and the likelihood of it succeeding. Harmony announced that it had recommenced discussions with the provisional liquidators of Pamodzi Gold Free State and that all of the acquisition agreements have now been signed.
28 Aug 2009 16:32:51
(Official Notice)
Harmony has been in negotiations with the provisional liquidators of Pamodzi Gold Free State (Pty) Ltd (Pamodzi Gold Free State) regarding the potential acquisition of the assets of Pamodzi Gold Free State since April 2009. Harmony believes that it has offered a fair price and that the potential acquisition, if implemented, will provide a sustainable future for the relevant stakeholders in the Free State. As a result of the recent developments, Harmony advises that it has decided to suspend negotiations with the provisional liquidators of Pamodzi Gold Free State in respect of the potential acquisition in order to allow all stakeholders an opportunity to assess the proposed recapitalisation and the likelihood of it succeeding. Harmony's decision as to whether or not to recommence negotiations with the provisional liquidators of Pamodzi Gold Free State will be made in due course depending on developments regarding the proposed recapitalisation.
27 Aug 2009 13:10:54
(Official Notice)
Harmony advised that it has acquired two new exploration projects, the Amanab and the Mt Hagen Projects, in Papua New Guinea. These exploration licenses complement the exploration activities undertaken by Harmony and underscore the company's commitment and belief in the developing minerals industry in PNG.



Harmony also acquired the rights to explore the adjacent tenement EL1611 over a four year period, with the condition that Harmony's exploration program meets the minimum annual expenditure commitment. At any time during this period Harmony may exercise an option to purchase 100% of the tenement for a total cash consideration of six million kina.
25 Aug 2009 10:31:25
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd regretfully announced that a conveyor belt accident at its Doornkop Plant yesterday resulted in the death of an employee. Management together with the Department of Mineral Resources commenced investigations yesterday.
19 Aug 2009 09:06:42
(Official Notice)
Harmony will be hosting analysts, fund managers and investors on Wednesday, 19 August 2009. The presentations will be available on the company's website. The presentations provide a high level overview of the company's planning processes.
17 Aug 2009 11:28:18
(C)
The negative impact of a stronger Rand on the R/kg gold price received and thus on the cash-generating potential of the company was evident during the past quarter. The Rand strengthened by 15% from an average of R9.92 to R8.42 quarter on quarter and the average Rand gold price decreased by 16% from R293 238/kg to R245 953/kg. As a result, revenue was impacted by R524 million. Cash operating profit for the quarter under review was R743 million compared to R1 175 million in the previous quarter. Year on year, revenue increased by R1.9 billion, mainly due to a stronger gold price received. Harmony declared a dividend of 50cps for the financial year.
12 Aug 2009 09:21:49
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that a mineworker succumbed to his injuries yesterday after being injured during an accident at Harmony's Elandsrand mine near Carletonville on Friday, 7 August 2009. The accident occurred during scraper cleaning operations in a stoping workplace. Management together with the Department of Mineral Resources have commenced investigations.
27 Jul 2009 10:22:07
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd regretfully announces that a mineworker died and another injured last Friday as a result of injuries sustained from a fall of ground accident at Harmony's Evander 2 shaft in Mpumalanga. Management together with the Department of Mineral Resources commenced investigations on Friday.
24 Jul 2009 08:23:41
(Official Notice)
Harmony announce that following a comprehensive executive search process for a financial director, Hannes Meyer has been appointed to Harmony's executive management team as financial director designate with effect from 1 August 2009. Frank Abbott, Harmony's interim financial director since August 2007, has given notice of his early retirement. Frank will hand over his financial director's responsibilities to Hannes on 1 November 2009, on which day Hannes will be appointed to Harmony's board as financial director. Frank will remain on the Harmony board as an executive director responsible for strategic planning up to the end of December 2009, after which he will serve as non-executive director of Harmony.
23 Jul 2009 10:15:49
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that Harmony and Australia's Newcrest Mining have started an early stage viability study to look at boosting output at their Hidden Valley gold and silver mine in Papua New Guinea. One analyst commented that the joint venture might be looking at expanding the mine to "350 000 ounces of gold a year at least."
22 Jul 2009 17:25:42
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that a ground accident at its Unisel shaft, which is part of the Virginia Operations in the Free State, yesterday resulted in the death of a miner. Management together with the Department of Mineral Resources commenced investigations today.
22 Jul 2009 10:53:04
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd to announced the appointments of two new executive members, Leon le Roux as Executive: Risk Management and Engineering and Melanie Naidoo-Vermaak as Executive: Environment who assumed their responsibilities in July 2009.
13 Jul 2009 13:30:33
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that a fall of ground accident at its Masimong mine in the Free State on Saturday morning had resulted in the death of a mineworker. Management together with the Department of Mineral Resources will commence investigations.
03 Jul 2009 16:35:20
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretfully announced that a fatality had occurred at its Phakisa mine in the Free State this morning. An autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death as this is uncertain.
03 Jul 2009 09:35:25
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that Harmony's fiscal fourth quarter output was probably 3% up on the previous quarter. CE Graham Briggs would like to raise output to take advantage of higher gold prices.
01 Jul 2009 08:11:08
(Official Notice)
Harmony will be hosting analysts and fund managers on Wednesday, 1 July 2009. The presentation will be available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za at 08:00 am on Wednesday, 1 July 2009. The presentation provides a high level overview of the gold production for the quarter ended 30 June 2009.
29 Jun 2009 09:04:42
(Media Comment)
About 3 300 jobs will be lost when Harmony Gold takes over Pamodzi Gold's President Steyn mine in Welkom, signalling the last of Pamodzi Gold's death throes, which started in February lat year. The provisional liquidators of the mine announced on Friday that Harmony Gold had been selected as the preferred bidder for the operation, and it's workforce would be retrenched at a cost of about R100 million once the deal was completed. The selection of Harmony as the preferred bidder was subject to the approval of the Industrial Development Corporation, the major secured creditor and the major trade unions. It was also subject to the signing of agreements and fulfilment of all conditions.
26 Jun 2009 18:01:57
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that the provisional liquidators of Pamodzi Gold Free State (Pty) Ltd (in liquidation) ("Pamodzi Free State") have chosen Harmony as the preferred bidder of Pamodzi Free State's assets ("Pamodzi Free State Assets"). The Pamodzi Free State Assets consist of President Steyn 1 and 2 shafts, Loraine 3 shaft, Freddies 7 shaft and Freddies 9 shaft, a metallurgical gold plant and a dormant tailings storage facility. The Pamodzi Free State Assets will be purchased free from all liabilities, save for all rehabilitation and environmental liabilities associated with the Pamodzi Free State Assets. Harmony's acquisition strategy has been focused on acquiring long-life assets that offer higher grades and have potential synergies with its own assets. A due diligence investigation has been completed. The outcome of the due diligence investigation indicates that the Pamodzi Free State Assets are a good fit with Harmony's Free State assets.



The acceptance of Harmony's offer by the provisional liquidators is subject to the approval of the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa and the relevant trade unions and the conclusion of definitive written sale agreements. One of the essential conditions precedent to the transaction would be the conversion of Pamodzi Free State's mining rights and the consent to the transfer thereof by the Minister of Minerals and Energy. Harmony, together with the provisional liquidators, has agreed to give this condition precedent their urgent attention. This acquisition falls below the JSE categorisation thresholds and is for information purposes only.
04 Jun 2009 08:47:03
(Media Comment)
The joint provisional liquidators of Pamodzi Gold's Free State assets had received three offers to purchase the operation, including one from Harmony Gold, liquidator Enver Motala of SBT Trust. But Iqbal Surve, the chairman of Sekunjalo Investments, said he had bypassed the provisional liquidators and had made an offer of more than USD100 million (R806 million) for all of the company directly to Pamodzi's board and shareholders on Monday. Graham Biggs, the chief executive of Harmony, confirmed that the company had made an offer for Pamodzi's Free State assets, which included the President Steyn mine, the Lorraine and Freddie shafts, and a processing plant. Briggs declined to say how much Harmony had offered for Pamodzi's Free State assets or how much it might spend on renovating them. Motala said the two other bidders did not wish to be identified. One of the other bidders was interested in the President Steyn mine, the Orkney operation in the North West and the East Rand Mine.
26 May 2009 16:37:31
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it has repaid its R1.7 billion convertible bond and is substantially debt free. The convertible bond was issued on 21 May 2004 and was listed on the London Stock Exchange for bonds.
08 May 2009 12:53:26
(C)
Revenue increased to R3 billion (R2.3 billion) for the three months ended 31 March 2009. Gross profit rose to R799 million (R514 million) and operating profit more than doubled to R974 million (R388 million). Net attributable profit soared to R972 million(R345 million). Headline earnings on a per share basis grew to 123cps (63cps). All figures in brackets are for the March 2008 quarter.



Outlook

Harmony is in excellent financial health with a strong balance sheet, reflecting the benefits of the various remedial measures taken in the past 18 months. Strategic plans support Harmony's target of achieving 2.2 million ounces in 2012. Phakisa, Doornkop and Elandsrand will be in full production in 2012 and higher grades from the Tshepong Decline, the Bambanani shaft pillar and the Evander 8 Decline are expected. Harmony continues to focus on creating a better understanding of Harmony's ore bodies through exploration drilling and development, our interpretation of the geology, building credible geological models and formulating clear development strategies.

Construction of the Hidden Valley gold mine in Papua New Guinea has progressed well and the mine will be commissioned mid-2009. Final commissioning of the overland conveyor in September 2009 will mean that both Hidden Valley ore and ore from the Hamata pit will be processed through the metallurgical plant, adding to production volumes.

The Evander South project and the St Helena tailings project in the Free State provide us with exciting organic growth opportunities to take us to greater levels of production post-2012. Harmony has positioned the company in such a way that the company is able to deliver on its promise of paying a dividend in future. Harmony's focus now remains on achieving overall targets and delivering consistent results.

24 Apr 2009 11:07:31
(Official Notice)
A fall of ground accident occurred at Harmony's Tshepong mine in the Free State yesterday afternoon that resulted in four mineworkers being trapped underground. Since then, two of the mineworkers have been brought to the surface safely and uninjured. Rescue operations are underway to locate the remaining two workers who are still trapped. Proto teams, together with the support of the unions, are securing the area.
23 Apr 2009 07:41:39
(Official Notice)
Harmony has entered into agreements with Pamodzi Resources Fund 1 LLP ("PRF"), in terms of which certain uranium and gold assets of Randfontein Estates Ltd (a wholly owned subsidiary of Harmony) were sold into a special purpose vehicle, Rand Uranium (Pty) Ltd ("Rand Uranium"), for a purchase consideration of USD348 million. Harmony holds 40% of Rand Uranium's shareholding and in exchange for 60% of the issued share capital of Rand Uranium, it was agreed that Harmony would receive USD209 million.



Raising funds and debt position

Harmony has completed its planned capital raising, exploiting favourable market conditions by issuing a second tranche of shares for cash in the open market, pursuant to its mandate given by shareholders at the annual general meeting. In the capital raising 7 540 646 shares have been placed between 10 February 2009 and 6 March 2009 at an average subscription price of R124.45, raising R938 million before costs. The number of shares issued is equivalent to 1.9% of Harmony's issued share capital of 403 424 148 shares as at 30 September 2008.



The combined effect of the above is that Harmony is net debt free. The proceeds from the capital raising and the Rand Uranium transaction totalling R2.7 billion, will be utilized to repay Harmony's convertible bond (due in May 2009) and its short term debt, leaving a positive cash balance of approximately R1.5 billion.
21 Apr 2009 09:10:25
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of a new general manager, Zwele Ndese, at its Bambanani mine in the Free State
20 Apr 2009 12:25:42
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd regretfully announces that two people were fatally injured at the Evander 9 shaft that forms part of Harmony's Evander Operations in Mpumalanga on Friday afternoon, after they succumbed to oxygen deficiency while climbing into a travelling way of a discontinued production area. They were part of a team that was installing an electrical cable in a haulage. Management together with the Department of Minerals and Energy commenced investigations on Friday. At the time of the incident, no mining was taking place. Repairs to the infrastructure of the shaft were being carried out in preparation for a new mining project.
17 Apr 2009 13:22:00
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretfully announces that an accident at its Target mine in the Free State on Tuesday resulted in the loss of life of a contract worker. Initially, the cause of death was unclear. Therefore an autopsy was performed to determine the cause of death, which was found to be electrocution. Investigations of the equipment used are also underway to establish the reasons for the electrocution. Production was not hindered by the accident. However, the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has declared a day of mourning that commenced last night and will continue for the duration of today. Harmony continues to address safety through its behavior-based initiatives that have been rolled out to all of its operations. The continuous communication on safety in the working place as well as off the job is receiving priority attention from all stakeholders involved.
25 Mar 2009 09:39:31
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd regretfully announces that an accident involving a winder stator at the Brand 2 shaft of its Virginia operations in the Free State yesterday, resulted in the death of a team leader. Management together with the Department of Minerals and Energy commenced investigations yesterday. Work only at the affected winder reclamation has been stopped until investigations have been completed. This will not hinder production as Brand 2 is not an operational shaft.
18 Mar 2009 12:18:32
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd regretfully announces that an accident in the mill section at its Central Plant in the Free State resulted in the death of a technical official. Management together with the Department of Minerals and Energy commenced investigations.
11 Mar 2009 09:35:45
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that Fitch Rating downgraded Harmony's long-term foreign currency rating by one notch, to BB from BB+. This is because the company's competitiveness and profitability would be eroded in the medium term. However, Fitch's outlook for the group's rating was put at stable.
02 Mar 2009 09:29:51
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of a new general manager, Theo Keyter, at its Elandsrand mine.
13 Feb 2009 09:21:16
(Media Comment)
Harmony and South Africa's other gold miners should reap the benefits in 2009 of hefty restructuring exercises and a rand gold price that just passed R300 000/kg for only the second time in February 2009.According to the Financial Mail, with the rand gold price oscillating just below R300 000/kg, profit rises significantly. CEO Graham Briggs says this will bring a "huge number of opportunities" for the group.
06 Feb 2009 07:49:50
(C)
Revenue increased to R5.8 billion (R4.3 billion) for the six months ended 31 December 2008. Operating profit rose to R1.5 billion (loss of R154 million). Net attributable profit soared to R1.7 billion (loss of R105 million). In addition, headline earnings per share grew to 145cps (loss of 27cps).



Dividend

No interim dividend has been declared.



Prospects

Overall, calendar 2009 has every prospect to be a good year for Harmony. Commodity prices have come down and this should reflect in mining input costs. Elandsrand should be a safer and improved production business once it has completed its "intensive care" phase. Two of Harmony's growth mines, Doornkop and Phakisa, will have most of their shaft infrastructure completed, and finally Hidden Valley will be in production as from mid-2009, resulting in an increase in production. The world finds itself in very uncertain times and it is clear that the rules of the game will be:

*conserving our cash;

*having a reasonable margin;

*being debt-free;

*keeping the company as simple as possible;

*rewarding shareholders.

During the last six months the group has looked at a number of assets that may potentially fit the Harmony portfolio. The company's strategy is not restricted to any particular area, but is aimed at acquiring long-life assets that offer higher margins. The financial climate has put a lot of companies into dire straits, and although a number of due diligences are being performed at the moment, Harmony is unlikely to make any acquisitions before June 2009. Harmony believes that the number of opportunities may increase, but will not make any rushed decisions. Management's aim is to have net zero debt by June 2009 and reward shareholders for their loyalty in financial year 2009/2010.
30 Jan 2009 17:29:35
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that a locomotive accident at its Masimong mine in the Free State resulted in the death of a mineworker. Management together with the Department of Minerals and Energy will commence investigations on Monday, 2 February 2009.
23 Jan 2009 15:23:48
(Official Notice)
Steven Green was promoted to general manager at Harmony's Virginia operations in the Free State after serving as acting general manager for three months. Malcolm Bentley was newly appointed to the Harmony team as general manager at its Evander operation.
23 Jan 2009 08:28:26
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Harmony expects its output to decline in the second quarter versus the first and was bullish on the gold price in the medium to longer term. The company milled fewer tons in its second quarter after the gold grade decreased, while the rand per kilogram costs rose due to lower output.
22 Jan 2009 08:05:52
(Official Notice)
Harmony will be hosting analysts and fund managers on Thursday, 22 January 2009. The presentation will be available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za at 08:00am on Thursday, 22 January 2009.
19 Jan 2009 08:49:58
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd regretfully announces that a fall of ground accident, caused by a seismic event at its Elandsrand gold mine near Carletonville on Saturday morning, resulted in the death of a mineworker. The incident occurred in the 95/10 W4 panel, approximately 2780m below surface. Regrettably one person, a Rockdrill operator, succumbed to his injuries. No other employees were seriously injured. The workplace has been stopped until investigations have been completed. Harmony's Chief Executive, Graham Briggs and his management team express their sincere condolences to the family of the deceased and sympathy to those affected by the accident.
12 Jan 2009 16:47:24
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining company Ltd proudly announces that its Phakisa mine in the Free State has reduced its lost time injury frequency rate to 0.98, an outstanding achievement for the deep level gold mining industry in South Africa. The mine reported 173 days of reportable injury-free shifts and 96 lost time injury-free days. Harmony's Chief Executive, Graham Briggs maintains that safety continues to be a priority at Harmony.
22 Dec 2008 10:03:23
(Official Notice)
Harmony is pleased to announce that despite international financial turmoil it continues to strengthen its balance sheet.



Harmony has completed a capital raising by issuing shares for cash in the open market pursuant to its mandate given by shareholders at the annual general meeting. In the capital raising 10 504 795 shares have been placed between 25 November 2008 and 19 December 2008 at an average subscription price of R93.20 raising R979 million before costs. The average issue price compares favourable with the weighted average share price on the JSE over the same period of R92.79 per share. The number of shares issued is equivalent to 2.6% of Harmony's issued share capital of 403 424 148 shares as at 30 September 2008. The cost of the placement was approximately R15 million or 1.5% of the value of shares issued. In line with Harmony's stated intention to have zero net debt by June 2009 the proceeds will primarily be used to reduce debt levels.



Harmony has repaid R1,25 bn of the R2bn Nedbank debt which was repayable by December 2008. The Nedbank loan facility of R750 million is now repayable by December 2009.



Harmony recognises that its pipeline of projects is the future of the company and regularly reviews its cash flow to ensure that it supports the continuation of its projects. During a recent review Harmony reaffirmed its commitment to its capital expenditure plans.
17 Dec 2008 11:47:02
(Official Notice)
Harmony announces that a chairlift accident at its Tshepong mine in the Free State on 16 December 2008 resulted in the death of a miner. A local inspection was completed and the DME inquiry will be scheduled in due course.
08 Dec 2008 13:37:11
(Official Notice)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited regretfully announces that a fatal accident occurred at its Bambanani mine in the Free State on the 3rd December 2008.
02 Dec 2008 07:30:49
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, Harmony's Hidden Valley Project, which is being developed in partnership with Australia's Newcrest Mining, is scheduled to produce its first gold in mid-2009. The project is targeted to produce average annual production of 250 000 ounces of gold a year.
01 Dec 2008 09:08:10
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that it filed on 29 October 2008 with the US Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") its annual report on Form 20-F for the fiscal year ended 30 June 2008. Harmon's 2008 20-F is available on Harmony's website (http://www.harmony.co.za) under the "Investors - media / Annual reports" section and is also available on the SEC's EDGAR system (www.sec.gov). Harmony's shareholders and holders of Harmony's American depositary receipts may request a hard copy of the 2008 20-F, which contains the complete audited financial statements, free of charge from Harmony.
25 Nov 2008 09:36:19
(Official Notice)
At the annual general meeting of Harmony held on Monday, 24 November 2008, all the resolutions outlined in the notice of annual general meeting were duly passed by the requisite majority in all instances.
25 Nov 2008 07:08:09
(Media Comment)
Business Report noted that Harmony planned to raise production to benefit from increased rand prices for gold. CE Graham Briggs told shareholders at the annual general meeting that the group remained upbeat about gold mining. Harmony's shares closed up 22% on Monday, 25 November 2008, at R81.20.
21 Nov 2008 16:18:30
(Official Notice)
Harmony is pleased to announce that all conditions precedent in respect of the Randfontein transaction have been met and that the transaction is effective as from 21 November 2008. Shareholders' attention is drawn to the initial announcement of the transaction made on 19 December 2007 and the subsequent announcement made on 24 October 2008, containing the details of the transaction. The first tranche of the consideration price, being USD40 million has been received. A further USD157 million, plus interest thereon at 5% per annum, will be received on 22 April 2009 and the balance of the purchase consideration of approximately USD12 million as soon as the second stage of the transaction, which relates to Harmony's Old Randfontein assets is finalised; this is anticipated to be on or shortly after 22 April 2009.
14 Nov 2008 11:37:42
(Official Notice)
This message serves as a reminder following the announcement of 29 October 2008 that the annual general meeting ("AGM") of Harmony shareholders will be held at 11:00 (South African time) on Monday, 24 November 2008, at The Michelangelo Hotel, 67 West Street, Sandton. Refer to the notice to shareholders on our website (www.harmony.co.za) for directions to the venue and a full explanation of the resolutions to be passed at the meeting.
29 Oct 2008 12:41:26
(Official Notice)
The Harmony annual report, containing its financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2008, prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards, was issued today, Wednesday, 29 October 2008. An abridged report will not be published as the information previously published in the provisional report is unchanged. The annual general meeting of members of Harmony will be held at 11:00 on Monday, 24 November 2008 at The Michelangelo Hotel, 135 West Street, Sandton to transact the business stated in the notice of the annual general meeting.
24 Oct 2008 13:46:33
(Official Notice)
17 Oct 2008 09:02:46
(Official Notice)
Harmony will be hosting analysts and fund managers on Friday, 17 October 2008. The presentation will be available on the company's website at www.harmony.co.za at 08:00am on Friday, 17 October 2008.
02 Oct 2008 17:32:30
(Official Notice)
Harmony has appointed a new company secretary, Khanya Maluleke, who assumed her role with effect from 1 October 2008.
02 Oct 2008 10:06:22
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretfully announces that a fall of ground accident at its Elandsrand Gold Mine near Carletonville at 04:15 local time has resulted in the death of one mineworker. The incident occurred in the 102/37 W3 panel, approximately 2900m below surface. Regrettably one person, a waterjet operator, has succumbed to his injuries. No other employees were injured. The workplace has been stopped and management together with the Department of Minerals and Energy have commenced investigations. The name of the deceased person will be made known once his family has been notified. Harmony's CEO, Graham Briggs and his management team, express their sincere condolences to the family of the deceased and sympathy to those affected by the tragic accident.
15 Aug 2008 10:21:34
(C)
Harmony?s operations recorded a satisfactory operational improvement in the fourth quarter, however, the group delivered a disappointing financial performance for the financial year ended 30 June 2008. A net loss of R245 million was recorded compared with a net profit of R382 million for the financial year ended 30 June 2007. Revenue for the year from continuing operations was up by 14.6% to R9 210 million from R8 037 million for the financial year 2007 on the back of an improved gold price in dollar terms of USD818/oz and a steady R/USD exchange rate of R7.26. The group?s cash operating profit increased by 25.8% to R2 537 million compared with R2 016 million for 2007. Harmony reported a basic loss from continuing operations of 199 cents per share for the year under review compared with a profit of 206 cents per share for financial year 2007 and headline earnings of 19 cents per share for financial year 2008 compared with a headline earnings of 96 cents per share for financial year 2007.



Dividends

Harmony?s continued commitments to large capital expenditure projects will mean that the cash generated by the operations will be used to continue to fund our projects into full production stage. To this end, no final dividend was declared by the board of directors for the financial year ended 30 June 2008. The dividend policy will be reviewed in the second half of the 2009 financial year.



Prospects

Harmony?s outlook remains focused on sustainable organic growth. Opportunities for further optimisation, improved production and production cost management will be exploited. Enhanced cash flow will be used prudently to reduce debt and finance new mine capacity and other growth initiatives. Harmony has been and will remain an acquisitive company should opportunities exist or arise. Lately, the group has entered into several partnering relationships, the largest being with Rand Uranium and Newcrest in PNG. The group will continue to look for value opportunities on partnering some of the assets that have not been approved by the board as new projects for the 2009 financial capital programme.
08 Aug 2008 08:28:09
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Harmony's strategy to bring in cash through disposals has come under strain as transactions have been halted or delayed, while shares received as payment have lost value. The deals include the sales of 60% of Rand Uranium for R1.9 billion and the Mount Magnet gold mine in Australia. The only deal that has gone through is the sale of an initial 30.01% stake in the company's Papua New Guinea operations to Newcrest Mining Ltd for USD230 million.
08 Aug 2008 08:07:10
(Official Notice)
Harmony and Newcrest Mining Ltd announced that Newcrest has now acquired its initial 30.01% interest in the joint venture holding exploration and mining assets in the Morobe province of Papua New Guinea.
04 Aug 2008 08:49:42
(Official Notice)
Harmony published its Statement of Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves which has been produced in accordance with the South African Code for the Reporting of Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (SAMREC Code) and the Australian Code (JORC Code) as at 30 June 2008.



Mineral Resources

Harmony announces gold Mineral Resources of 253.6 million ounces. The Mineral Resources shows a year-on-year negative variance of 28 million ounces mainly as a result of corporate activity and classifying operations as discontinued. The discontinued operations amounts to 32.6 million ounces.



Ore Reserves

The declared Ore Reserves amounts to 50.5 million ounces with a year on year negative variance of 3.1 million ounces. Corporate activity and discontinued operations contributes to a significant portion of this variance of which the discontinued operations totals 1.7 million ounces.
01 Aug 2008 10:05:56
(Official Notice)
Harmony referred to its shareholder update of 8 July 2008, whereby it was advised that the terms of the sale contract of Harmony's Mt Magnet operations in Western Australia with Australian based junior miner Monarch Gold Mining Company ("Monarch") had been reconstituted. Subsequent to that, Monarch placed itself in voluntary administration. The administrator has indicated that Monarch will not proceed with the proposed purchase and consequently the purchase agreement has been terminated. Harmony received from Monarch a deposit of AUD5 million of which AUD2.5 million is refundable.



The Mt Magnet asset package includes Hill 50, Great Fingall, St George, Star and Big Bell mines, which comprises a resource inventory of 2.7Moz of gold, tenements covering about 62 000 hectares and 166 exploration licence blocks, along with a 2.7Mt a year capacity plant. Mt Magnet operations are currently on care and maintenance. Annual minimum tenement expenditure including rents and rates is AUD5 million. Harmony has resumed management of the operation and has re-commenced the sale process.
25 Jul 2008 12:40:18
(Official Notice)
The company advises that its issued share capital comprises 403 253 756 ordinary shares at R0.50 each. The voting rights of all of these shares are identical with each share carrying the right to one vote. The company holds no ordinary shares in Treasury. The above figure may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interests in, or a change to their interest in Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd under the Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
24 Jul 2008 08:29:26
(Media Comment)
Business Day noted that Harmony expects to lose between 30-32kg of output after some of its mines were affected by a one-day strike on Wednesday, 23 July 2008.
16 Jul 2008 15:36:46
(Official Notice)
The acting prime minister of Papua New Guinea and minister for mines, Hon Dr Puka Temu on Friday approved the joint venture arrangements between Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd and Newcrest Mining Ltd. The ministerial approval paves the way for the conclusion of formalities between the two companies and the development of the joint venture interests in Papua New Guinea. These include the Hidden Valley gold mine which is expected to commence production mid-2009 and the highly prospective Wafi Golpu copper/gold deposit. Shareholders are advised that all conditions precedent to the joint venture agreement, which included regulatory and statutory approvals by the PNG Government, have now been met. Stage 1 Completion (Newcrest acquiring a 30.01% interest) is now expected to occur in early August, 2008.
15 Jul 2008 13:14:55
(Official Notice)
Harmony acknowledges that 6 500 employees at its Virginia operations downed tools earlier today. The work stoppage at Harmony?s Virginia operations in the Free State is related to the safety incident at Unisel Mine where an employee lost his life on Friday 11 July 2008. Harmony is engaging with regional union representatives to address the matter.
08 Jul 2008 14:55:46
(Official Notice)
One of the conditions precedent of the sale of Mt Magnet was the successful capital raising of AUD35 million by Monarch to finance the cash component of the deal by 30 June 2008. The prevailing unfavourable financial market conditions worldwide have made it difficult for Monarch to raise the required funds. Consequently, Monarch has requested an extension of four months to satisfy all the conditions precedent. Harmony and Monarch have renegotiated the terms of the sale. The proposed restructured consideration and the revised terms which require the approval of Monarch shareholders are as follows:

*Cash (paid to date) -- AUD5 million

*Cash -- AUD10 million

*Deferred cash -- AUD10 million

*Shares -- AUD25 million

*Convertible note -- AUD15 million

*Total -- AUD65 million



Monarch shareholders will consider the proposed restructured consideration and the revised terms at the end of August 2008. The immediate cash requirement has been reduced by AUD15 million and a deferred payment of AUD10 million (payable on the earlier of, production of 50 000oz or the third anniversary of the closing date) and an increase in the share allocation of AUD5 million (equivalent).
12 Jun 2008 08:39:45
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Harmony looks set to reduce its long-term debt to R119 million by August 2008. This is due to an inflow of USD477 million that analysts expect could pave the way for the company to pay a dividend in 2009. The payout would be the company's first in five years.
15 May 2008 16:23:15
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement released on SENS on 22 April 2008 wherein it was stated that Harmony and Newcrest Mining Ltd ("Newcrest") had signed an agreement which will allow Newcrest to earn 50% interest in Harmony's Papua New Guinea gold assets, shareholders are advised of the pro forma financial effects of the transaction. Newcrest will earn its 50% interest in the joint venture by contributing a maximum of USD525 million. The commitment will be in two stages, namely, an initial USD180 million payment to acquire a 30.01% interest by 30 June 2008, together with a reimbursement to Harmony of USD45 million in project expenditure; and a farm-in commitment for the remaining 19.99% of approximately USD300 million to fund project expenditure up to the commencement of mining operations at Hidden Valley. Shareholders are advised that caution is no longer required when dealing in Harmony securities.
08 May 2008 09:03:04
(Official Notice)
Harmony?s operational performance from its continuing operations for the quarter under review was disappointing with 7.2% lower tonnages at 4 125 000 tonnes compared with 4 445 000 tonnes in the December quarter, resulting in a 16.6% decrease in kilograms produced of 10 347kg versus 12 403kg. Total grade for the group was 10% lower at 2.51g/t, while the grade from our SA underground operations was recorded at 4.81g/t a 1.2% drop on the previous quarter. The company?s cash operating costs increased by 9.2% to R145 514/kg from R133 234/kg. Total cash operating costs were down 8.9% to R1 506 million from R1 652 million. A higher received gold price of USD944.40/oz and a weaker, thus more favourable, R/USD exchange rate of R7.43/USD (R6.77/USD) resulted in higher revenues of R2.3 billion compared with R2.1 billion and a net profit of R164 million compared with a net loss of R195 million for the previous quarter. Headline earnings stood at 42 cents per share versus a loss of 43 cents per share for the December 2007 quarter.



Dividends

No dividend was declared for the period under review.

22 Apr 2008 07:27:50
(Official Notice)
The world?s 5th largest gold producer, Harmony and Australasia`s largest gold company, Newcrest Mining Ltd, announced that they had signed an agreement which will allow Newcrest to earn a 50% interest in Harmony?s Papua New Guinea (PNG) gold assets. The agreement is a binding agreement and has been approved by the respective boards of both Harmony and Newcrest. It remains subject to relevant PNG regulatory approvals and satisfaction or waiver of a small number of conditions precedent. Shareholder approvals are not required.



Cautionary announcement

A further announcement will be made on SENS and in the press as soon as the financial effects are finalised. Accordingly, Harmony shareholders are advised to exercise caution when trading in their securities until such time as a further announcement is made.
18 Apr 2008 17:40:06
(Official Notice)
Harmony is aware that it has been named or may be named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of New York on behalf of certain purchasers and sellers of Harmony's American Depository Receipts. Harmony has retained legal counsel, who will advise Harmony on further developments in the U.S.
18 Apr 2008 08:35:01
(Media Comment)
According to Business Day, Harmony's joint venture with Pamodzi Resources in uranium mining, Rand Uranium, would become the ninth largest uranium company when output starts in three years time. Harmony CEO Graham Briggs was quoted as saying that the company also had its sights on listing on a major stock exchange, either Toronto or London, with a dual listing on the JSE once production commences. Harmony owns 40% of Rand Uranium.
10 Apr 2008 17:05:15
(Official Notice)
The company advises that its issued share capital comprises 402 862 376 ordinary shares of R0.50 each. The voting rights of all of these shares are identical with each share carrying the right to one vote. The company holds no ordinary shares in treasury. The above figure may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they can determine if they are required to notify their interest or any change to their interest in Harmony under the Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
31 Mar 2008 12:11:22
(Official Notice)
Pamodzi Resources Fund (PRF), First Reserve Corp, AMCI and Harmony announced that Mr John A. Munro has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the uranium company created by the USD420 million transaction announced between the above parties on 19 December 2007.
25 Mar 2008 14:42:31
(Official Notice)
The dompany advises that its issued share capital comprises 402 436 997 ordinary shares at R0.50 each. The voting rights of all of these shares are identical with each share carrying the right to one vote. The company holds no ordinary shares in treasury. The above figure may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interests in, or a change to their interest in Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd under the disclosure and transparency rules.
17 Mar 2008 17:58:39
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that regrettably one person died at its Masimong Mine as a result of a fall of ground.
11 Mar 2008 08:19:25
(Media Comment)
Business Day noted that Harmony expected to be able to pay back a R2 billion loan in December after selling shareholdings in two projects. The two deals involved the sale of 60% of a local subsidiary to Pamodzi Resources Fund and the other was the selection of a partner for the group's Papua New Guinea projects.
06 Mar 2008 10:44:01
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that Dr Cheick Diarra has joined the board as non-executive director, effective 5 March 2008.
05 Mar 2008 16:24:24
(Official Notice)
Harmony commented as follows on the release issued by the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) regarding mineworkers' march to the offices of Harmony in Randfontein:



"Management is aware of the concerns of the NUM. We have and will continue to engage with their representatives to allay any fears they may have in respect of the creation of the new uranium company. Harmony assures employees that there will be no changes to their conditions of services and certainly no retrenchments are envisaged. In fact, the new uranium company presents a number of opportunities for job creation and the extension of the life of the Cooke operations."



Harmony will continue with its consultations with union representatives.
03 Mar 2008 15:21:53
(Official Notice)
In line with Harmony's drive to optimise value from its latent and low-priority assets, the company has entered into two separate transactions with African Precious Minerals (APM) and its subsidiary Taung Gold Holdings (Pty) Ltd (Taung). Freegold, a wholly owned subsidiary of Harmony, holds the prospecting rights on several farms north of Tshepong and east of Target in the Free State where the shafts of Jeanette Gold Mines Ltd were sunk during the 1950s. Harmony has entered into a sale agreement in terms of which the prospecting rights, considered low-priority Harmony assets, is to be acquired by APM. The purchase consideration payable to Harmony by APM will be as follows:

*1 500 000 ordinary APM shares and 1 500 000 half warrants. Based on the capital raising conducted by APM during the last quarter of 2007, the shares and warrants to be granted to Harmony are estimated at being worth USD7.5 million (R52.5million).

*1.5% Net Smelter Royalty (NSR) on all minerals extracted from the prospecting right area, subject to a maximum aggregate amount of R150 million.

In addition to the above transaction, Harmony also entered into earn-in agreements subject to conditions, with APM for the Evander 6 shaft and Twistdraai assets in the Evander basin. Harmony concluded a strategic review of all its projects in the Evander basin in the Mpumalanga province during 2007 and concluded that entering into earn-in agreements with junior exploration companies would move the low ranking projects in the Evander portfolio up the value curve more rapidly without placing added pressure on Harmony's capital expenditure.
27 Feb 2008 13:28:16
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that a seismic event which occurred at the Elandsrand Mine near Carletonville at 10h30 local time, has caused the death of two mineworkers. The localised seismic event, which measured 0.9 magnitude on the Richter scale, occurred in the 78/5 stope causing a fall of ground in a panel. The damage caused by the event was confined to the top portion of the stope panel. No other persons were seriously injured. The workplace has been stopped until further investigations are done.
26 Feb 2008 17:24:33
(Official Notice)
Harmony regretfully announces that a seismic event occurred at Harmony's Bambanani Mine in the Free State. The localized seismic event, which measured 2.1 magnitude on the Richter scale, occurred on 63 level 73 stope causing the panel to collapse, where a total of 16 employees were working. Medical and Proto teams were immediately mobilised and the rescue operation was concluded in two hours. The final rescue reports indicate that regrettably two persons died and four persons were injured, of which one is in a critical condition.
25 Feb 2008 09:37:29
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced that all conditions precedent in respect of the transaction entered into with Pamodzi Gold Ltd (Pamodzi Gold), regarding the sale of the Orkney assets, had been met. Pamodzi Gold will take full control of the Orkney assets as from the 27 February 2008. Harmony and Pamodzi Gold entered into the transaction in September 2007. The original consideration price would have been settled by a combination of cash, the issue of Pamodzi Gold shares and a secondary consideration, being a net smelter royalty. The increase in capital required for re-capitalization of the assets and the recent operational results, have resulted in the consideration price being re-negotiated. The purchase consideration has been reduced from R550 million to R300 million and will be settled by Pamodzi Gold issuing 30 million shares to Harmony. No cash payment or secondary consideration will be required. As a result, Harmony will hold approximately 32% of Pamodzi Gold's issued share capital.
21 Feb 2008 13:25:46
(Official Notice)
Mr Ken Dicks has joined the board of Harmony as a non-executive director, effective 13 February 2008.
15 Feb 2008 11:56:57
(C)
Harmony's total production for its underground continuing operations decreased by 1.3% to 4 445 000 tonnes resulting in an 8.3% decrease in kilograms produced to 12 403 kg and a 3.9% drop in grade to 4.87g/t. Cash operating costs remained almost unchanged at R133 234/kg. Gold price received at R169 502/kg was 8.5% higher than the September quarter but the Rand/US dollar exchange rate was 4.7% stronger at 677c. Harmony's operating profit from continuing operations improved 43% to R449.8 million. Capital expenditure increased during the quarter under review to R808 million, this is mainly due to the ramp up in expenditure at Hidden Valley in Papua New Guinea.
06 Feb 2008 11:01:49
(Official Notice)
The company advises that its issued share capital comprises 400 246 202 ordinary shares at R0.50 each. The voting rights of all of these shares are identical with each share carrying the right to one vote. The company holds no ordinary shares in Treasury. The above figure may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interests in, or a change to their interest in Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited under the Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
21 Jul 2006 16:10:44
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to Harmony's announcement released on SENS on Wednesday, 21 June 2006, wherein it was announced that Harmony had acquired 2 292 500 Village shares from African Rainbow Minerals, at a purchase price of 20c per Village share, which equates to 37.8% of the issued share capital of Village. On Thursday, 22 June 2006, it was further announced that Harmony had stated its firm intention to make a mandatory cash offer to Village shareholders, other than Harmony , to acquire their Village shares at a price of 20c per Village share ("the offer").



The acquisition of Village shares from the minority shareholders is to be implemented in terms of the Companies Act, 1973 and the Securities Regulation Panel ("SRP") Code. Shareholders are advised that should Harmony acquire nine-tenths (90%) of the Village shares, which it does not already own, under the offer, it does not intend invoking the provisions of section 440K of the Act to acquire the Village shares of those minority shareholders who do not accept the offer.
11 Jul 2006 17:08:50
(Official Notice)
Harmony today announced that it has upgraded the new resource model for it's Wafi gold and Golpu copper gold deposits in the Morobe Province of PNG. The combined resource is now 9.2m ounces gold and 3.563 billion pounds of copper. (1.6m tonnes). The revised Golpu model takes into account 2 100m of diamond core drilled since the last resource calculation. This data has led to an improved understanding of the porphyry alteration assemblages and identified consistent mineralisation in the surrounding metasediment.
22 Jun 2006 09:17:48
(Media Comment)
Commenting on Harmony's recent company announcements, Business Day's The Bottom Line is of the opinion that the group may be targeting South Deep mine via a corporate restructuring and may list its higher-quality assets in a listed cash shell.
22 Jun 2006 09:11:44
(Official Notice)
As Harmony is now the holder of more than 35% of the issued share capital of Village it is obliged, in terms of the Securities Regulation Code on Take-overs and Mergers and the Rules of the Securities Regulation Panel, to extend a mandatory cash offer to the shareholders of Village, other than Harmony, to acquire their Village shares. The offer will be made at an offer price of 20c per Village Share, being the purchase price per Village share paid by Harmony for the initial Village shares.
21 Jun 2006 08:35:56
(Official Notice)
Harmony today announced that it has acquired 37.8% of the issued share capital of Village Main Reef Gold Mining Company Ltd ("Village") for an amount of R458 775. The equity stake was purchased from African Rainbow Minerals at a price of 20c per share. Due to the fact that the acquisition surpasses the 35% mark, Harmony is obliged under the Securities Regulation Code on Takeovers and Mergers to extend an offer to the remaining shareholders of Village to acquire all of their shares at the same price at which it acquired the 37.8% stake. Should all remaining shareholders accept the offer, it would mean an additional cash outflow of approximately R754 915. More details regarding the mandatory offer will be published as soon as possible.
14 Jun 2006 10:09:30
(Media Comment)
Commenting on a possible listing of the group's Hidden Valley project on the Toronto Stock Exchange to raise USD300 million Philip Kotze, investor relations executive at Harmony, told Business day, "It's one of the strategies that we're considering, nothing is definite at this stage.".
02 Jun 2006 12:23:11
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were advised that Nolitha Fakude resigned as non-executive director with effect from 2 June 06.
30 May 2006 11:03:38
(Media Comment)
Harmony has lost an appeal against a High Court ruliing that compelled the company to share water pumping costs at disused mining operations in the Klerksdorp area. The case arose after DrdGold liquidated its loss-making Northwest operations last year. The discontinuance of mining activity there, and at Stilfontein meant that the process of pumping out the water that floods into these mines could not be sustained. If not removed, the water will flood the mines owned by Harmony and AngloGold Ashanti. According to Business Day, the infrastructure cost for each company are estimated at R18 million per year for three years. Each company will also incur monthly pumping costs of about R1.5m.
05 May 2006 09:35:41
(C)
Although total operating costs were lower, unit cost in rand per ton and rand per kilogram costs went up from R348/t to R363/t and R83 154/kg to R92 914/kg, respectively. On the revenue side the gold price received for the March quarter improved from R102 333 per kilogram during the December 2005 quarter to R110 399 per kilogram causing the drop in revenue in real terms to be only 7.2%. Total revenue declined to R5.77 billion (R5.97 billion) and the group reported a net loss of R484 million (R2.14 billion loss). Harmony's headline losses amounted to 50 cps (75cps loss).
31 Mar 2006 16:32:02
(Official Notice)
Harmony, on 31 March 06, announced that Ted Grobicki stepped down from its board as executive director, effective 30 March 2006. Ted will remain in Harmony's employment until the end of April 2006. Fikile Mothobi joined the board as non-executive director, effective 1 April 2006. Fikile is a chartered certified accountant, a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA) (UK) and member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) (UK). Fikile was awarded the Stuart Crystal Prize in 1990 for best accounting student at the Birmingham Polytechnic (UK). Fikile is the Chief Operations Officer and Chief Financial Officer of the Council for Medical Schemes, where she held various positions since September 2000. She held the position of Treasurer at the Botswana Development Corporation Ltd before joining the Council for Medical Schemes.
28 Mar 2006 16:38:30
(Media Comment)
The National Union of Mine Workers is challenging Harmony Gold in court. According to Business Day, the labour union will try to prevent the group from cutting 300 jobs by cancelling a mining contract at its Kalgold operation.
10 Mar 2006 08:15:21
(Official Notice)
Harmony, on 10 March 06, announced that it has acquired a total of 44.99 million shares in Western Areas Ltd representing a 29.2% stake in the company. This was done by acquiring 37.37 million shares from Allan Gray and buying a total of 7.62 million shares on the open market. The acquisition of this significant shareholding in Western Areas provides Harmony with a strategic exposure of 14.6% to South Deep gold mine, which is a 50:50 joint venture between Western Areas and Barrick Gold Corporation. The South Deep gold mine contains a reserve of 29.2 million ounces and a resource of 67 million ounces, which represents one of the biggest high quality gold ore bodies globally. The average price of this stake was purchased at a 7.4% premium to the 30-day volume weighted average price ("VWAP") of R41.07. The transaction will be funded through utilising cash of R985 million and a loan facility of R1.0 billion provided by Rand Merchant Bank. Harmony had cash and equivalents of R2.914 billion as stated at the end of the December 2005 quarter. The only outstanding short term debt is a bond repayment of R970 million, which is due in June 2006.
16 Feb 2006 18:21:29
(C)
Revenue for the six months ended 31 December 05 decreased by 8.71% to R3 845 million (R4 212 million) while cash operating profit decreased by 16.86% to R508 million (R611 million). A headline loss per share of 634c was recorded compared to a loss of R521c for the previous period. No dividend was declared.



Operating results :

*Ore milled decreased by 24.22% to 9 457 000 t (12 480 000 t)

*Gold produced decreased by 21.60% to 39 535 kg (50 426 kg)

*Gold price received increased by 16.44% to R97 256 R/kg (R83 528 R/kg)

*Cash operating costs increased by 8.69% to R84 406 R/kg (R77 658 R/kg)
13 Feb 2006 09:57:54
(C)
Despite the low R/kg gold price environment for the last two years as well as Harmony's major restructuring exercise, the group managed to increase its cash operating profit by 226.89% to R389 million (R119 million) while cash operating costs only increased by 2.61% to R1 690 million (R1 647 million). Earnings per share for the quarter totalled 6c (82c loss) while the group reported a headline loss per share of 75c (86c loss).



Previously mine development costs were capitalised when the reef horizon was intersected. Expenditure for all development that will give access to proven and probable ore reserves will now be capitalised. Capitalised costs are amortised over the estimated life of the proven and probable reserves to which the costs give access.



Prospects

Despite the low R/kg gold price environment that the group has experienced over the past two years and investment in major restructuring projects, it has pursued a strategy of investing in growth projects and believes that it is now well positioned to benefit from improved gold prices.



25 Jan 2006 11:49:16
(Media Comment)
According to Business Report, Citigroup readjusted its rating of Harmony from hold to sell, following a forecast increase in the average dollar price of gold. Analysts are also of the opinion that the group's current share price does no longer reflect the outlook for profit.
06 Dec 2005 13:15:02
(Official Notice)
The board of Harmony announced, on 6 December 2005, the resignation of two of its directors . In both cases the individuals, Ferdi Dippenaar and Rick Menell, will pursue their future careers as chief executive officers of junior mining companies. During the last few months Ferdi handed over Investor Relations to Philip Kotze and as such no new appointment needs to be made due to his departure.
23 Nov 2005 17:05:41
(Official Notice)
Harmony announced on 23 November 2005 that it will dual list its ADRs on the NASDAQ National Market and the NYSE. The stock will begin trading on the NASDAQ National Market on November 29th, 2005.
16 Nov 2005 14:38:11
(Official Notice)
Harmony today announced that it had disposed of its remaining 26.5 million Gold Fields shares at an average price of R93.228 per share. The process was concluded through market disposals which commenced on 10 November 2005 and an open market offering on 15 and 16 November 2005.



"The disposal of our remaining shares in Gold Fields has significantly strengthened our balance sheet. In addition, with Harmony's re-structuring process being concluded during the previous quarter, the company is well- positioned to fully exploit the current higher gold price in Rand/kg terms. This bodes well for Harmony who through the development of our range of growth projects in South Africa and Papua New Guinea will be transformed from a high cost marginal producer to producing high margin quality ounces", commented Harmony CEO, Bernard Swanepoel.
31 Oct 2005 10:28:00
(C)
Harmony today, 31 October 2005, announced that its restructuring initiatives had been completed and it was well positioned to optimise on the current higher R/kg gold price. However, for the September quarter cash operating profit decreased by 36% to R118.8 million, mainly due to production declining by 3% to 617 936 oz. Operationally the quarter was characterised by the impact of the five day gold industry wage strike, which came at a net cost of R60.5 million and finalising the restructuring of the Free State region. From an operational perspective management look forward to the December quarter, which is expected to be the first normalised quarter in 18 months.



On a group basis, working costs increased by only 3% or R48 million from R1 599 million to R1 647 million, following the implementation of wage increases. Due to the lower volumes, cash operating costs increased by 7% to R85 718/kg. During September 2005, the company reported working costs below R78 000/kg. This trend is expected to continue as operations normalise during the December quarter. Harmony have significantly reduced the number of its employees and stopped the mining of unprofitable reserves to enhance cashflows. To date the company has not seen the planned higher volumes and recovery grades.



On the positive side, unit revenues increased by 2% from R89 711/kg to R91 892/kg, largely as a result of the weaker Rand and the stronger US Dollar gold price. Cash earnings for the year to date total 30 cents per share. Fully diluted loss per share for the financial year to date totals 86 cents per share.



During the quarter and to bring Harmony into line with its industry peer group, it has started capitalising its development expenses. The impact of this change is that the operating cost of Harmony was reduced by R136 million for the September 2005 quarter. This equates to 8% of total cost or R7 075 per kilogram. Capital expenditure however increased with a similar amount.
27 Oct 2005 11:14:25
(3)
The annual general meeting of Harmony will be held on 4 November 2005, at 10:00 (South African time).
18 Oct 2005 14:34:49
(Media Comment)
A regional strike called by Cosatu forced Harmony to close its Free State mines for the day 23 October 2005. According to Business Report 20 000 workers stayed away from work resulting in a loss of 5 000 ounces of gold production and between R12 million and R15 million in lost revenue.

13 Oct 2005 13:09:12
(Media Comment)
Harmony began work on its Hidden Valley gold mine situated in Papua New Guinea. It is expected that the company will start digging the A$278 million mine in about four months time after it finished the $13 million, 40km road from the coastal town of Lae to the deposit. The mine will produce about 300 000oz of gold a year and would be the company's lowest cost mine. According to Business Day, Harmony decided not to borrow money to develop the mine, but opted to fund A$177 million of the mine's development costs from its own cash reserves. The balance of the costs involved will be taken from Hidden Valley's cash flow once production started.

23 Sep 2005 12:17:55
(Official Notice)
Harmony today announced that they had reached agreement with Northern Gold NL on the divestment of its 50% stake in the Burnside Joint Venture for a consideration of AUD24m or R117m. In terms of the agreement Northern Gold will purchase Harmony`s sole purpose subsidiary which holds Harmony`s interest in the Burnside JV and the management entity thereof.



The purchase consideration of AUD24m (plus replacement of a AUD1m performance bond) is payable in tranches comprising:

* A non-refundable deposit of AUD0.25m.

* A cash payment of AUD4m and an issue of AUD5m of shares (20m Northern Gold shares) on completion (within six months) and the replacement of a AUD1m performance bond.

* A cash payment of AUD5m and the issue of AUD4.4m shares (at an issue price equal to the higher of AUD0.25/share and the prevailing 30 day volume weighted average market price) six months after completion, and

* A cash payment of AUD5.35m payable 18 months after the completion date.

The transaction is subject to normal regulatory approvals that accompany such transactions.
21 Sep 2005 12:41:09
(Media Comment)
Harmony told Business Report that its reserves declined to 54.1 million ounces, following the closing of certain mine shafts. This resulted in a drop of 13% in metal reserves. Harmony explained that 9.7 million ounces of metal were deeper than its current mining activities, and therefore required more spending on infrastructure.

19 Sep 2005 09:31:54
(Official Notice)
Shareholders of Harmony are advised that the company`s annual financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2005 will be posted to shareholders on 19 September 2005 and contain no modifications to the audited results which were published on 8 August 2005.



Notice of annual general meeting

Notice is hereby given that the annual general meeting of Harmony will be held on Friday,4 November 2005 at 10:00 (SA time) at Harmony`s Corporate Offices, Randfontein Office Park, corner Main Reef Road and Ward Avenue, Randfontein to transact business as stated in the notice of annual general meeting, which were issued together with the annual reports containing the annual financial statements of Harmony for the year ended 30 June 2005.
07 Sep 2005 14:36:30
(Media Comment)
Bernard Swanepoel, chief executive of Harmony, has told Business Day that the group does not plan to sell the remainder of its stake in Gold Fields once the 90 day no-sale period lapses.
05 Sep 2005 14:24:12
(Media Comment)
Harmony plans to save 8% on unit costs buy implementing continuous operations at its Bambanani and Tshepong mines. Business Report said that final arrangements were in place and there could be a possibility of operations starting as soon as next week.
08 Aug 2005 09:23:25
(C)
In the year ending June 2005 Harmony produced 2.97 million ounces (-11%) at an average operating cost of USD412 per ounce. The decrease in production is the result of the restructuring of the South African operations to deal with the low rand gold price. This was achieved against a backdrop that saw South African gold production fall (in calendar 2004) by 9% to 343 tonnes, the lowest level seen since 1931. Headline loss per share for the year amounted to 408c (308c loss).



In the June quarter a higher gold price and a steady operating result saw Harmonys cash operating profit increase by R101m from an operating loss of R55m in March 2005 to an operating profit of R45mn (USD7.08m) in the June period. Production in the June quarter declined by 5.9% to 639 325 oz (q-o-q) and cash operating costs increased by 1.9% to R87 461/kg but dropped by 4.7% in dollars to USD424/oz helped by 7% depreciation in the USDZAR exchange rate to R6.41/USD for the June Quarter. Headline loss per share for the quarter amounted to 102c (Mar 05: 108c loss; Jun 04: 131c loss).



Outlook

Chief Executive Bernard Swanepoel said: `The year ahead is an exciting period for Harmony and is the most capital intensive phase of the groups recent history. We take comfort in the quality of the projects, which will not only enable us to grow our production profile, but also add significant value. In FY06 the Harmony board has approved R1.55bn in capex of which R1.08bn is project capex, R311m is ongoing operational capex and R160m is a combination of surface infrastructure upgrades and systems replacement. This capital is earmarked for a range of existing and new Harmony projects that will re-build our production profile to around 4 million ounces over the next four years and all at lower cash costs.` Harmony continues at full steam with the development of its project portfolio that will add more than 1.5 millions of gold production at cash operating costs of less than USD280 per ounce over the next five years.
20 Jul 2005 11:09:46
(Official Notice)
Harmony, in a press release on 19 July 2005, announced that it had signed an agreement with the National Union of Mineworkers to implement job loss avoidance measures. Bernard Swanepoel, chief executive of Harmony, said that the agreement could save more than 7 000.
13 Jul 2005 09:41:39
(Official Notice)
Mike Pleming and Dr Morley Nkosi have retired from the board as non-executive directors, effective 30 June 2005, on reaching retirement age of 70.
06 Jul 2005 13:53:46
(Official Notice)
Harmony today announced that it had completed the partial re-purchase of its HAR1 corporate bond. A total of R281 685 169 of the bond`s face value has been repurchased at a cost of some R294 619 194. The re-purchase was done at a spread of 195 bps above the benchmark government issue (R152). This represents 23.5% of the total issue due for redemption in June 2006 compared to an allocated maximum amount for the repurchase of 25% of the total issue. The bond has a semi-annual coupon of 13% and was launched in 2001.



The results of the book-build are as follows:

*Notional amount of total offers accepted: R281 685 169

*Re-purchase consideration: R294 619 194

*Re-purchase spread: 195 bps over R152

*Re-purchase yield: 8.81%

*Re-purchase price: 104.59166



Statistics on the book:

*Percentage of HAR1 outstanding notional re-purchased: 23.5%

*Weighted average spread of all offers received: 184.5 bps over R152

30 Jun 2005 14:04:29
(Official Notice)
Harmony, on 30 June, announced that it would approach the market to purchase up to 25% of the outstanding notional amount (R1.2bn) of its 13% HAR1 bond (ISIN:ZAG000018011) listed on the Bond Exchange of South Africa due 14 June 2006 (the `bonds`). All holders of the bonds will be given equal opportunity to participate in the repurchase. The repurchase will be conducted as provided for in Section 7 (Redemption and Purchases) of the Terms and Conditions of the bonds as contained in the bonds` offering circular dated 12 June 2001. In accordance with Section 7.4 (Purchases), `the Issuer may at any time purchase bonds at any price in the open market or otherwise`. Further, in accordance with Section 7.5 (Cancellation), `all bonds which are redeemed or purchased by the issuer will forthwith be cancelled` and `all bonds so cancelled shall be held by the transfer secretaries and cannot be re-issued or resold`. Deutsche Bank will manage the repurchase. All holders of the HAR1 bond who wish to participate in the Repurchase are invited to post offers with Deutsche Bank between 9:00am and 11:00am on Wednesday 6 July. Deutsche Bank will consider all offers capped at 200 bps over the Republic of South Africas R152 benchmark bond. Offers will be filled on a competitive basis but at a single clearing spread applicable to all offers filled. The final repurchase size will be at the sole discretion of the company.
23 Jun 2005 09:50:00
(Media Comment)
Harmony told Business Day that it plans to drastically reduce the job losses anticipated to have been in the region of 11 780 employees
06 Jun 2005 09:53:13
(Media Comment)
Reuters news agency reported at the weekend that Gold Fields and Norilsk Nickel`s subsidiary Polyus intend to merge, but were being prevented by South Africa`s exchange controls. However, Gold Fields` Willie Jacobsz, in response to Business Day`s enquiries, dismissed the report as speculation and declined to make further comments.
03 Jun 2005 15:50:20
(Official Notice)
On 2 June 2005 Harmony placed 30 million shares in Gold Fields, representing approximately 6.1% of the issued share capital of Gold Fields, to a broad range of institutional investors. The Gold Fields shares were sold for a cash consideration of approximately R2.14bn (USD315m), representing a price of R71.40 (USD10.50) per Gold Fields share before expenses. Following completion of the placement, Harmony still holds 26 6294 09 Gold Fields shares, representing approximately 5.4% of the issued share capital of Gold Fields, which it plans to retain in the interim to allow it to participate in any appropriate re-structuring of Gold Fields. Harmony believes that the invitation by Gold Fields to appoint two Norilsk Nickel nominees to its board defeated the potential to deploy its entire Gold Fields stake strategically. The proceeds from the placement will be utilised to retire short term debt and ensure funding of the company`s Hidden Valley Project in Papa New Guinea. This growth project, which is planned to commence construction in July 2005, will add approximately 300 000 ounces to Harmony`s gold production base and approximately four million ounces of silver production. One of the considerations behind Harmony`s decision to self-fund Hidden Valley was its desire to remain unhedged. Any decision to project finance Hidden Valley would likely have required part of Hidden Valley`s production to be hedged. Harmony is also considering the buy back of its own shares in terms of its existing general authority from shareholders.
03 Jun 2005 11:46:08
(Media Comment)
Harmony sold 30 million Gold Fields shares at USD10.50 per share. This was confirmed by Harmony`s marketing director, Ferdi Dippenaar. A Gold Fields spokesperson told Finance 24 that the company was pleased by that `fact that such a large bulk of Gold Fields shares were sold without much negative effect on Gold Fields` share price.`
25-Sep-2018
(X)
Harmony Gold Mining Company Ltd. ('Harmony') is a gold-mining and exploration company with operations in South Africa and Papua New Guinea (PNG), one of the world's premier new gold regions.



Established over six decades ago, Harmony is one of the largest gold mining companies in the world and the second-largest gold producer in South Africa. The company is listed and regulated by stock exchanges in Johannesburg and New York, and is a constituent of the JSE's Socially Responsible Investment index. The company's shares are also quoted in the form of American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) on the New York Stock Exchange. In South Africa, Harmony has ten underground mines and one open-pit mine and several surface operations mostly in the world-renowned Witwatersrand Basin as well as in the Kraaipan Greenstone Belt. In PNG, Harmony has the Hidden Valley open-pit gold and silver mine and surrounding exploration tenements. Harmony has a 50% joint venture with Newcrest Mining Ltd (Newcrest) in the Wafi-Golpu project. Harmony?s own (100%) exploration portfolio focuses principally on highly prospective areas in PNG.



In FY18, Harmony produced 1.22Moz of gold (FY17: 1.09Moz) and at year end employed close to 40 686 people (including some 6 769 contractors), mostly in South Africa. At 30 June 2018, the company reported attributable gold reserves of 36.8Moz? and gold mineral resources of 117.8Moz? (FY17: 36.7 Moz and 104.3Moz respectively). Our resource base in PNG represents 40% of Harmony?s total gold equivalent resources.



Harmony's shareholders are located around the world, primarily in South Africa (32%), the United States (41%) and the Europe (12%) as at 30 June 2018.



Our corporate offices are based in Randfontein, South Africa. Harmony is governed by an experienced board of directors. Skilled management teams ensure the company continues to generate margins and earnings, while maintaining its low debt levels.



?Gold equivalent based on USD1 275/oz gold, USD3.00/lb copper at 100% recovery for both metals.


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