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HARMONY GOLD MINING COMPANY LIMITED - Results for the Third Quarter FY13 and Nine Months Ended 31 March 2013

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Results for the Third Quarter FY13 and Nine Months Ended 31 March 2013

Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited
("Harmony" or "Company")
Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa
Registration number 1950/038232/06
JSE share code: HAR
NYSE share code: HMY
ISIN: ZAE000015228

RESULTS FOR THE THIRD QUARTER FY13 AND NINE MONTHS ENDED 31 MARCH 2013

KEY FEATURES

Quarter on quarter

- Lowest recorded quarterly LTIFR²
- Evander sale transaction completed
- 6% decrease in underground grade  after increasing 
  3 consecutive quarters
- Gold production decreased by 15% to 7 699kg (247 529oz)
- Headline loss per share* of 47 SA cents (5 US cents) 
- Operating profit¹ lower at R821 million (US$92 million)
- Substantial reduction in services costs, corporate costs and 
  capital expenditure planned
- Watershed agreement signed with Kusasalethu labour

All figures represent continuing operations unless stated otherwise

*  Includes discontinued operations

¹   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
²   LTIFR = Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate

FINANCIAL SUMMARY FOR THE THIRD QUARTER FY13 AND NINE MONTHS
ENDED 31 MARCH 2013

                                                                                           9 months      9 months
                                                  Quarter       Quarter       Q-on-Q           YTD²          YTD²
                                                    March      December     variance          March         March        Variance
                                                    2013#         2012#            %          2013#         2012#               %

                               kg                  7 699         9 074          (15)        26 786        27 004              (1)
Gold produced
                               oz                247 529       291 734          (15)       861 188       868 230              (1)
                               R/kg              362 491       310 858          (17)       319 548       273 625             (17)
Cash operating costs
                               US$/oz              1 264         1 115          (13)         1 154         1 112              (4)
                               kg                  7 506         9 614          (22)        26 824        26 849               
Gold sold
                               oz                241 322       309 097          (22)       862 379       863 247               
Underground grade              g/t                  4.50         4.77            (6)          4.60          4.28               7
                               R/kg              470 030       479 801           (2)       462 982       419 007              10
Gold price received
                               US$/oz              1 639         1 722           (5)         1 672         1 703              (2)
                               R million             821         1 633          (50)         3 863         3 964              (3)
Operating profit¹
                               US$ million            92           188          (51)           449           519             (13)

Basic (loss)/earnings          SAc/s                 (29)          169        >(100)           262           589             (56)
per share*                     USc/s                  (3)           19        >(100)            30            77             (62)
                               Rm                   (202)          680        >(100)         1 008         2 460             (59)
Headline (loss)/profit*
                               US$m                  (23)           78        >(100)           117           322             (64)

Headline (loss)/earnings       SAc/s                 (47)          158        >(100)           234           571             (59)
per share*                     USc/s                  (5)           18        >(100)            27            75             (64)
Exchange rate                  R/US$                8.92          8.67              3         8.61          7.65              13

#   Figures represent continuing operations unless stated otherwise
¹   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
*   Includes discontinued operations
²   YTD: year to date

Shareholder information               
                                                    
Issued ordinary share capital at
31 March 2013                                     435 257 691   
Issued ordinary share capital at
31 December 2012                                  435 257 691   

Market capitalisation                                                                    
At 31 March 2013                                (ZARm) 25 728   
At 31 March 2013                                 (US$m) 2 804   
At 31 December 2012                             (ZARm) 32 209   
At 31 December 2012                              (US$m) 3 796   

Harmony ordinary share and ADR prices   
12-month high (1 April 2012 
31 March 2013) for ordinary shares                      89.00   
12-month low (1 April 2012 
31 March 2013) for ordinary shares                      53.40   
12-month high (1 April 2012 
31 March 2013) for ADRs                                 10.78   
12-month low (1 April 2012  
31 March 2013) for ADRs                                  5.94   

Free float                                               100%   

ADR ratio                                                 1:1   

JSE Limited                                               HAR   

Range for quarter (1 January 
31 March 2013 closing prices)                 R53.40  R75.64   
Average daily volume for the quarter
(1 January  31 March 2013)                  1 580 745 shares   
Range for quarter (1 October 
31 December 2012 closing prices)              R65.20  R74.05   
Average daily volume for the quarter
(1 October  31 December 2012)               1 577 597 shares   

New York Stock Exchange, Inc
including other US trading platforms                      HMY   
Range for quarter (1 January 
31 March 2013 closing prices)               US$5.94  US$8.88   
Average daily volume for the quarter
(1 January  31 March 2013)                         2 423 016   
Range for quarter (1 October 
31 December 2012 closing prices)            US$7.50  US$8.96   
Average daily volume for the quarter
(1 October  31 December 2012)                      2 392 671   

Investors' calendar                                      2013   
Q4 FY13 results                               14 August 2013#   
Investor Day                                  28 August 2013#   
Q1 FY14                                      8 November 2013#   

#These dates may change in future                                                       


Harmony's Integrated Annual Report,             
Notice of Annual General Meeting, its           
Sustainable Development Report and its Annual   
Report filed on a Form 20F with the United      
States' Securities and Exchange Commission      
for the year ended 30 June 2012                 
are available on our website:                   
www.harmony.co.za                               


Forward-looking statements

This quarterly report contains forward-looking statements within the
meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of
1995 with respect to Harmony's financial condition, results of operations,
business strategies, operating efficiencies, competitive positions, growth
opportunities for existing services, plans and objectives of management,
markets for stock and other matters. Statements in this quarter that are
not historical facts are "forward-looking statements" for the purpose of
the safe harbour provided by Section 21E of the U.S. Securities Exchange
Act of 1934, as amended, and Section 27A of the U.S. Securities Act of
1933, as amended. Forward-looking statements are statements that are
not historical facts.

These statements include financial projections and estimates and their
underlying assumptions, statements regarding plans, objectives and
expectations with respect to future operations, products and services, and
statements regarding future performance. Forward-looking statements
are generally identified by the words "expect", "anticipates", "believes",
"intends", "estimates" and similar expressions. These statements are only
predictions. All forward-looking statements involve a number of risks,
uncertainties and other factors and we cannot assure you that such
statements will prove to be correct. Risks, uncertainties and other factors
could cause actual events or results to differ from those expressed or
implied by the forward-looking statements.

These forward-looking statements, including, among others, those relating
to the future business prospects, revenues and income of Harmony,
wherever they may occur in this quarterly report and the exhibits to this
quarterly report, are necessarily estimates reflecting the best judgement
of the senior management of Harmony and involve a number of risks
and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from
those suggested by the forward-looking statements. As a consequence,
these forward-looking statements should be considered in light of various
important factors, including those set forth in this quarterly report.

Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially
from estimates or projections contained in the forward-looking
statements include, without limitation: overall economic and business
conditions in the countries in which we operate; the ability to achieve
anticipated efficiencies and other cost savings in connection with past
and future acquisitions; increases or decreases in the market price of
gold; the occurrence of hazards associated with underground and surface
gold mining; the occurrence of labour disruptions; availability, terms and
deployment of capital; changes in government regulations, particularly
mining rights and environmental regulations; fluctuations in exchange
rates; currency devaluations and other macro-economic monetary policies;
and socio-economic instability in the countries in which we operate.

Competent person's declaration
Harmony reports in terms of the South African Code for the Reporting
of Exploration results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves (SAMREC).
Harmony employs an ore reserve manager at each of its operations who
takes responsibility for reporting mineral resources and mineral reserves
at his operation.

The mineral resources and mineral reserves in this report are based on
information compiled by the following competent persons:

Reserves and resources South Africa:
Jaco Boshoff, Pri Sci Nat, who has 16 years' relevant experience and
is registered with the South African Council for Natural Scientific
Professions (SACNASP).

Reserves and resources PNG:
Gregory Job for the Wafi-Golpu and Hidden Valley mineral resources,
German Flores for the Golpu mineral reserve and Anton Kruger for
the Hidden Valley mineral reserve. Messers Job, Francis and Kruger are
corporate members of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.
All have relevant experience in the type and style of mineralisation for
which they are reporting, and are competent persons as defined by
the code.

These competent persons consent to the inclusion in the report of the
matters based on the information in the form and context in which it
appears. Mr Boshoff and Mr Job are full-time employees of Harmony
Gold Mining Company Limited. Mr Flores and Mr Kruger are full-time
employees of Newcrest Mining Limited (Newcrest). Newcrest is Harmony's
joint venture partner in the Morobe Mining Joint Venture on the Hidden
Valley mine and Wafi-Golpu project.

There has been no material changes in the mineral reserves
declared as at 30 June 2012.

Chief executive officer's review
"My message to employees is a simple one  produce safe, profitable
gold ounces in line with our company values. Keep your eyes off the
gold price and on your plans. We continue to focus on what we can
control  production and costs. We knew that the March 2013 quarter
may be difficult and our results reaffirmed that we need to do more to
meet expectations", said Graham Briggs, chief executive officer
of Harmony.

1. SAFETY

It is with regret that I report that two people were fatally injured during
the quarter. They are John Naile, a contractor at the Saaiplaas demolition
site and Rameno Steven Tapolosi, a driller at Masimong. We extend our
deepest sympathy to their families and colleagues.

All quarter on quarter and year on year safety parameters showed
improvement, with some significant safety achievements, which
includes the lowest quarterly lost time injury frequency rate of 5.15 in
Harmony's history. See Health and Safety below for more details.

2. OPERATIONAL AND FINANCIAL RESULTS

Gold production for the March 2013 quarter was 15% lower compared
to the December 2012 quarter at 7 699kg, 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.

Cash operating cost in the March 2013 quarter decreased by R30 million
when compared to the previous quarter. This was mainly as a result of
a decrease in consumables, due to lower volumes, as well as a saving in
electricity at Kusasalethu.

The rand per kilogram unit cost for the March 2013 quarter increased
by 17% to R362 491/kg. The costs are however skewed, as Kusasalethu
was not in production during the March 2013 quarter. If we were to
exclude Kusasalethu from both the second and the third quarters, the
cash cost would have been R322 767/kg (U$1 125/oz) in quarter 3 versus
R285 498/kg (US$1 024/oz) in quarter 2 of financial year 2013. Capital
expenditure for the March 2013 quarter was R677 million, R189 million
less than the December 2012 quarter.

3. EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

3.1 Kusasalethu

The temporary closure of Kusasalethu, due to safety and security
reasons, was resolved after a watershed agreement was signed with all
the unions on 14 February 2013, which facilitated the re-opening of the
mine. The process of returning Kusasalethu to production is underway
and remains peaceful.

A pre-condition for reopening the mine was the acceptance by all
employees of various conditions, all broadly relating to employees
committing to full compliance with policies and procedures and safe
and orderly conduct. These conditions were agreed to by the unions. In
terms of the agreement, it was also agreed that each employee would
sign a code of conduct to show their individual commitment to ensuring
that Kusasalethu is mined in a safe and secure way with full respect for
the rule of law.

Closing the mine was a difficult and costly decision, but we believe that
it has re-established our employer-employee relationship and gave us
an opportunity to ensure that the mine is operated in a safe and
profitable manner, supported by healthy employee relations.

The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has
gained the majority union status at Kusasalethu, representing close to
60% of the workforce at the mine and as a result, approximately 10%
of Harmony's total workforce.

3.2 Wage negotiations

It is envisaged that the wage negotiations in the gold sector will start
early in June 2013. This is amidst uncertainties due to new role players
(companies as well as unions) and union rivalry.

Harmony has implemented measures to ensure stable industrial
relations, such as engaging unions on the Harmony reality, obtaining
agreement on a code of conduct similar to that of Kusasalethu and to
continue building strong relationships with both our employees and the
unions.

4. BENEFICIATION

All of Harmony's South African gold is currently refined and sold by
Rand Refinery (Pty) Limited (Rand Refinery). Rand Refinery plays a key
role in gold beneficiation. With access to gold within a secure
environment, they have established an initiative called the Gold Zone.
The aim is for the Gold Zone to become a major hub for precious metal
fabrication in South Africa for global export, while at the same time
assisting local communities with skills development. Entrepreneurs,
start-up businesses, jewellery manufacturers and tourism will all benefit
from this initiative in the future.

Up to November 2012, Harmony held only 1.8% of the total shares in
Rand Refinery, even though all our South African gold production is refined 
there. Rand Refinery has been and will continue to have good
returns and is thus a good investment. We therefore decided to increase
our holding in Rand Refinery to 9%, not only from an investment point
of view, but also from a beneficiation perspective.

5. WAFI-GOLPU

The drill fleet at Wafi-Golpu in Papua New Guinea (PNG) achieved
14 664m for the quarter  the best quarterly drill production ever
recorded by the project. The gold recovery test work program
determined a material improvement in both gold and copper recoveries.
The drilling has increased and improved the orebody knowledge,
showing an increase in the content of both gold and copper.

In the current gold market climate, the project team was given a revised
project development brief, which is aimed at optimising capital cost and
improving the risk profile to align with owner and investor expectations,
prior to starting with the feasibility study phase. The revised approach
presents an opportunity to reconsider a new strategic approach for the
project, possibly a staged approach. The project team is in the process
of defining the scope, cost and schedule to complete an
optimisation study.

6. PROPOSED CHANGE IN MOROBE MINING JOINT VENTURE
   (MMJV) MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE (Harmony holds 50%)

The MMJV has been in operation since August 2008, based on a
management model agreed to as part of the joint venture agreement
with Newcrest Limited (Newcrest). At that stage, in-country activity was
mainly focused on the Hidden Valley mine development, with a limited
exploration program that incorporated Wafi-Golpu. The management
structure consisted of various general managers in the business
reporting through various operating committees to the joint venture
committee, which had representatives of Harmony and Newcrest
as members.

The scope of the business has dramatically changed since then. With
the Hidden Valley mine in operation, the world-class Golpu project on
the development track and a significant exploration portfolio, a rethink
of an appropriate management structure for the MMJV was required.

It was agreed to establish a unified and empowered management team
responsible for managing all MMJV activities under the direction of a
chief executive officer who is responsible to the Operating Committee
and ultimately the Joint Venture Committee. The MMJV (incorporating
Hidden Valley operations, Wafi-Golpu project, Morobe exploration and
related support services) will be managed by an empowered unified
in-country management team led by its own chief executive officer as
one integrated, independent Papua New Guinean business. This
business will be supported by an integrated centralised support service.

7. EVANDER TRANSACTION

The agreement in terms of which Harmony disposed of its 100%
interest in Evander Gold Mines Limited ("Evander") to Pan African
Resources Plc ("PAR") became unconditional on 14 February 2013 and
closed on 28 February 2013. Harmony is in receipt of the full
consideration price.

8. DOWNTURN IN THE GOLD PRICE

The rand gold price received during the March 2013 quarter decreased
by 2% to R470 030/kg (R479 801/kg in the December 2012 quarter).
The rand average weakened by 3%, from R8.67/US$ in the December
2012 quarter to R8.92/US$ in the March 2013 quarter. The US dollar
gold price decreased by 5% from US$1 722/oz to US$1 639/oz in the
quarter under review.

However, since the end of the March 2013 quarter, the gold price has
been fluctuating dramatically. Harmony is a high cost producer with our
total all-in cost (cash costs and capital costs) for the first six months of
financial year 2013 being R393 354/kg (or U$1 446/oz), excluding
exploration and corporate costs. We have therefore initiated action to
reduce costs and capital using a planned gold price of R400 000/kg.

Immediate actions to reduce costs were implemented during April
2013. Some of the actions include: reducing services and corporate
cost, various labour initiatives and renewing/renegotiating all external
consultants and supply contracts. Our aim is to reduce services and
corporate costs in South Africa by R400 million and overall capital
expenditure in both South Africa and PNG by R1.4 billion for the
financial year 2014. Larger cost-cutting measures such as shaft or mine
closures are not envisaged at present.

Hidden Valley in PNG has been underperforming. Three areas of
improvement are being focused on to return the mine to profitability:

1. the primary crusher is being replaced, which will allow full use of
   the overland conveyor, this will result in a huge cost saving, as ore
   will no longer have to be hauled to the plant and will also enable
   the ramp-up of mining and improved mining grades;

2. improvement projects in the plant and improvement of mobile equipment; and

3. restructuring the operations and removing 20% or more of the cost
   and returning the mine to profitability.

9. CONCLUSION

We cannot influence or predict the future price of gold. For the past
year the high gold price has assisted us in producing strong margins.
With the gold price decreasing to levels close to $1 400/oz, it means
that we have to do more to improve production while reducing costs at
the same time. We are using our annual budgeting sessions, which
takes place from April to June every year, to find ways of doing just that.

Harmony has been able to fund its capital, exploration and dividends
while maintaining its balance sheet strength. Our aim is to continue to
focus on strengthening our earnings per share and pay dividends.

Graham Briggs
Chief executive officer

Health and Safety
At Harmony we are dedicated to providing and maintaining a safe and
healthy work environment for our employees, who deserve to work in
the safest possible environment. We regard their safety, health and well-
being as a core value of our business success. Safety is Harmony's first
priority and it is in no way compromised.

Despite our best efforts to curb fatalities, it is with deep regret that we
report two fatalities which occurred in two separate incidences at the
Saaiplaas demolition site and Masimong in South Africa. We continually
pursue improvements in health and safety by regularly reviewing our
policies, setting objectives and targets and providing the resources to
uphold and advance our health and safety performance.

All safety parameters showed improvements quarter on quarter and
several operations have recorded significant safety achievements. Fall of
ground free shifts have increased and we have achieved a number of
consecutive injury free days during the quarter. The year to date Fatality
Injury Frequency Rate (FIFR) improved by 25% from 0.16 to 0.12 when
compared to the previous year and by 23% quarter on quarter to 0.10
(from 0.13 in the preceding quarter). 

The Lost Time Frequency Rate (LTIFR) for the year to date improved by
22% when compared to the actual figure in the previous year (from
5.73 to 5.15). The quarter on quarter LTIFR improved by 10%
(from 5.73 to 5.15)  the lowest recorded quarterly rate in Harmony's
history.

During the quarter, high level safety audits were conducted at
Bambanani, Steyn 2 and Masimong by the chief executive officer and
various other executives. These on-going audits by the chief executive
officer and his executive team illustrate the commitment to safety at all
levels.

Other significant achievements during the quarter were:
-  Masimong and Free State Metallurgy achieved 1 500 000 fatality
   free shifts respectively;
-  Target 3 achieved 1 000 000 fatality free shifts;
-  Doornkop achieved 6 000 000 fall of ground fatality free shifts; and
-  Bambanani and Target 3 achieved 1 000 000 fall of ground fatality
   free shifts respectively.

Financial overview
Net loss
The net loss for the March 2013 quarter was R124 million compared to
a net profit of R731 million in the previous quarter. This was as a result
of a 22% decrease in gold sold and 2% decrease in the rand gold price
received in the March 2013 quarter. The decrease in gold sold was due
to a 15% decrease in gold production as well as an increase in gold
inventory.

Other expenses  net
Included in other expenses  net in the March 2013 quarter, is a foreign
exchange loss of R150 million (December 2012: R35 million) on the
US$ denominated loan, resulting from the Rand weakening from
R8.50/$1 to R9.22/$1 during the quarter.

Impairment of investments
The impairment of investments amounting to R39 million in the March
2013 quarter relates to the reduction in the fair market value on the
investment in Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Resources Limited
(Wits Gold).

Discontinued operations
In February 2013, following the fulfilment of all conditions precedent,
the Evander sale to Pan African Resources plc was completed. Profit
from discontinued operations includes the group profit of R102 million
recorded on the sale of Evander. The remaining R41 million represents
profits for Evander for the two months ended February 2013.

Loss per share
Total basic loss per share was 29 SA cents per share in the March 2013
quarter compared with earnings of 169 SA cents in the December 2012
quarter. Total headline loss was 47 SA cents per share (December 2012:
earnings of 158 SA cents).

Investment in financial assets
Investment in financial assets decreased from R159 million to
R139 million at 31 March 2013, following the downward fair value
movement in the investment in Wits Gold. This was offset by the
purchase of additional shares in Rand Refinery for R33 million.

Borrowings and cash
Borrowings increased by R152 million to R2 525 million due to the
effect of translating the US dollar denominated borrowings into Rand.
Cash and cash equivalents increased by R588 million to R3 099 million
at 31 March 2013. This was mainly as a result of the receipt of proceeds
of R1 264 million on the sale of Evander. The net surplus cash position
of the group improved to R574 million.

Employee Share Option Plan (ESOP) shares vesting
In August 2012, qualifying employees were awarded Scheme Shares
(SS) and Share Appreciation Rights (SARs). The vesting of the first
tranche of SS and SARs in the ESOP took place at the end of March 2013
and the payments to all eligible employees were made in April 2013. All
qualifying employees received a minimum of R1 912 before tax,
amounting to a total of R58 million.

Results for the third quarter FY13 and nine months ended 31 March 2013   

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENTS (Rand)
                                                               Quarter ended                           Nine months ended        Year ended
                                                      31 March   31 December       31 March          31 March     31 March         30 June
                                                          2013          2012           2012              2013         2012            2012
Figures in million                        Notes     (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)    (Unaudited)       (Unaudited)  (Unaudited)       (Audited)
Continuing operations
Revenue                                                  3 528         4 613          3 222            12 419       11 235          15 169
Cost of sales                                  2        (3 283)       (3 524)        (2 721)          (10 295)      (8 811)        (12 137)
    Production costs                                    (2 707)       (2 980)        (2 273)           (8 556)      (7 271)         (9 911)
    Amortisation and depreciation                         (459)         (501)          (431)           (1 441)      (1 373)         (1 921)
    Other items                                           (117)          (43)           (17)             (298)        (167)           (305)
Gross profit                                               245         1 089            501             2 124        2 424           3 032
Corporate, administration and other
expenditure                                               (121)         (111)           (96)             (338)        (261)           (352)
Social investment expenditure                              (25)          (25)           (22)              (70)         (50)            (72)
Exploration expenditure                                   (157)         (160)          (143)             (454)        (339)           (500)
Profit on sale of property,
plant and equipment                            4            15            69                             139           28              63
Other (expenses)/income  net                  5          (138)          (47)            (5)             (182)          24             (50)
Operating (loss)/profit                                   (181)          815            235             1 219        1 826           2 121
Reversal of impairment of investment
in associate                                                                            6                           56               56
Impairment of investments                      6           (39)                                         (88)                       (144)
Net gain on financial instruments                           15            92             36               181           73              86
Investment income                                           47            38             25               118           64              97
Finance cost                                               (65)          (75)           (65)             (198)        (214)           (286)
(Loss)/profit before taxation                             (223)          870            237             1 232        1 805           1 930
Taxation                                                   (44)         (221)           636              (416)         323             123
    Normal taxation                                       (124)         (115)           (16)             (349)        (115)           (199)
    Deferred taxation                                       80          (106)           652               (67)         438             322
Net (loss)/profit from continuing
operations                                                (267)          649            873               816        2 128           2 053
Discontinued operations
Profit from discontinued operations            7           143            82            141               314          410             592
Net (loss)/profit for the period                          (124)          731          1 014             1 130        2 538           2 645
Attributable to: 
Owners of the parent                                      (124)          731          1 014             1 130        2 538           2 645
(Loss)/earnings per ordinary share
(cents)                                        8
(Loss)/earnings from continuing
operations                                                 (62)          150            202               189          494            477
Earnings from discontinued operations                       33            19             33                73           95            137
Total (loss)/earnings                                      (29)          169            235               262          589            614
Diluted (loss)/earnings per ordinary
share (cents)                                  8
(Loss)/earnings from continuing
operations                                                 (62)          150            202               188          492            476
Earnings from discontinued operations                       33            19             32                73           95            136
Total (loss)/diluted earnings                              (29)          169            234               261          587            612

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these condensed consolidated financial statements.

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (Rand)


                                                                    Quarter ended                         Nine months ended             Year ended
                                                             31 March   31 December      31 March          31 March         31 March       30 June
                                                                 2013          2012          2012              2013             2012          2012
Figures in million                                Note     (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)       (Unaudited)      (Unaudited)     (Audited)

Net (loss)/profit for the period                                 (124)          731         1 014             1 130            2 538          2 645
Other comprehensive income/(loss) for the
period, net of income tax                                         510           197          (153)              733              981          1 587
  
    Foreign exchange translation                                  523           174          (157)              723              979          1 485
    (Loss)/gain on fair value movement of
    available-for-sale investments                   6            (52)           23             4               (29)               2            (42)
    Impairment of available-for-sale
    investments recognised in profit or loss         6             39                                          39                            144

Total comprehensive income for the period                         386           928            861            1 863            3 519          4 232
Attributable to:
Owners of the parent                                              386           928            861            1 863            3 519          4 232

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these condensed consolidated financial statements.
All items in Other comprehensive income will be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss when specific conditions are met.

The condensed consolidated financial statements have been prepared by Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited's            
corporate reporting team headed by Mr Herman Perry, supervised by the financial director, Mr Frank Abbott. They have   
been approved by the Board of Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited.                                                     

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS (Rand)                                                         
                                                                                                        At            At          At            At   
                                                                                                  31 March   31 December     30 June      31 March   
                                                                                                      2013          2012        2012          2012   
Figures in million                                                                     Notes    (Unaudited)                 (Audited)   (Unaudited)   
ASSETS                                                                                                                                               
Non-current assets                                                                                                                                   
Property, plant and equipment                                                                       34 911        34 028      32 853        31 949   
Intangible assets                                                                                    2 190         2 192       2 196         2 194   
Restricted cash                                                                                         38            37          36            30   
Restricted investments                                                                               2 050         2 020       1 842         1 808   
Deferred tax assets                                                                                    652           554         486         1 042   
Investments in financial assets                                                            9           139           159         146           187   
Inventories                                                                                             57            57          58           165   
Trade and other receivables                                                                              6            13          28            35   
Total non-current assets                                                                            40 043        39 060      37 645        37 410   
Current assets                                                                                                                                       
Inventories                                                                                          1 206         1 085         996         1 086   
Trade and other receivables                                                                          1 482         1 292       1 245         1 259   
Income and mining taxes                                                                                  3                      118           142   
Cash and cash equivalents                                                                            3 099         2 511       1 773         1 427   
                                                                                                     5 790         4 888       4 132         3 914   
Assets of disposal groups classified as held for sale                                      7                      1 822       1 423         1 326   
Total current assets                                                                                 5 790         6 710       5 555         5 240   
Total assets                                                                                        45 833        45 770      43 200        42 650   
EQUITY AND LIABILITIES                                                                                                                               
Share capital and reserves                                                                                                                           
Share capital                                                                                       28 331        28 331      28 331        28 329   
Other reserves                                                                                       3 392         2 797       2 444         1 815   
Retained earnings                                                                                    4 002         4 342       3 307         3 200   
Total equity                                                                                        35 725        35 470      34 082        33 344   
Non-current liabilities                                                                                                                              
Deferred tax liabilities                                                                             3 244         3 270       3 106         3 568   
Provision for environmental rehabilitation                                                           1 961         1 912       1 865         1 905   
Retirement benefit obligation                                                                          188           184         177           177   
Other provisions                                                                                        48            40          30             4   
Borrowings                                                                                10         2 238         2 072       1 503         1 277   
Total non-current liabilities                                                                        7 679         7 478       6 681         6 931   
Current liabilities                                                                                                                                  
Borrowings                                                                                10           287           301         313           318   
Income and mining taxes                                                                                 92            16           1             7   
Trade and other payables                                                                             2 050         2 050       1 747         1 543   
                                                                                                     2 429         2 367       2 061         1 868   
Liabilities of disposal groups classified as held for sale                                 7                        455         376           507   
Total current liabilities                                                                            2 429         2 822       2 437         2 375   
Total equity and liabilities                                                                        45 833        45 770      43 200        42 650 
  
The accompanying notes are an integral part of these condensed consolidated financial statements.                                           

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CHANGES IN EQUITY (Rand) (Unaudited)            
for the nine months ended 31 March 2013  
                                                        
                                                    Share            Other   Retained            
Figures in million                                capital         reserves   earnings    Total   
Balance  30 June 2012                             28 331            2 444      3 307   34 082   
Share-based payments                                                  215                215   
Net profit for the period                                                     1 130    1 130   
Other comprehensive income for the period                             733                733   
Dividends paid ¹                                                               (435)    (435)   
Balance  31 March 2013                            28 331            3 392      4 002   35 725   
Balance  30 June 2011                             28 305              762      1 093   30 160   
Issue of shares                                        24                                 24   
Share-based payments                                                   72                 72   
Net profit for the period                                                     2 538    2 538   
Other comprehensive income for the period                             981                981   
Dividends paid ²                                                               (431)    (431)   
Balance  31 March 2012                            28 329            1 815      3 200   33 344   

1.	 Dividend of 50 SA cents declared on 13 August 2012 and 50 SA cents on 1 February 2013
2.	 Dividend of 60 SA cents declared on 12 August 2011 and 40 SA cents on 2 February 2012

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these condensed consolidated financial statements.

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED CASH FLOW STATEMENTS (Rand)    
                                        
                                                                  Quarter ended                  Nine month      hs ended   Year ended   
                                                       31 March     31 December      31 March      31 March      31 March      30 June   
                                                           2013            2012          2012          2013          2012         2012   
Figures in million                                  (Unaudited)     (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)    (Audited)   
Cash flow from operating activities                                                                                                      
Cash generated by operations                                204           1 392           682         2 933         3 340        4 551   
Interest and dividends received                              34              30            32            90            60           80   
Interest paid                                               (27)            (29)          (26)          (85)         (103)        (141)   
Income and mining taxes (paid)/refunded                     (70)           (221)            35         (183)         (114)        (277)   
Cash generated by operating activities                      141           1 172           723         2 755         3 183        4 213   
Cash flow from investing activities                                                                                                      
Restricted cash transferred from/(to)                                                                                                    
disposal group                                              252            (90)                                                      
Proceeds on disposal of Evander                           1 264                                     1 264                            
Proceeds on disposal of investment in associate                                         193                        193          222   
Proceeds on disposal of Evander 6 and Twistdraai                                                                              125   
Proceeds on disposal of Merriespruit South                                  61                         61                            
Purchase of investments in financial assets                 (33)            (39)                       (72)                            
Other investing activities                                    3              (6)          (33)           (3)          (30)         (85)   
Net additions to property, plant and equipment(1)          (835)         (1 047)         (740)       (2 775)       (2 187)      (3 140)   
Cash generated/(utilised) by investing                                                                                                   
activities                                                  651          (1 121)         (580)       (1 525)       (2 024)      (2 878)   
Cash flow from financing activities                                                                                                      
Borrowings raised                                                          348           302           678         1 101        1 443   
Borrowings repaid                                            (4)           (164)          (17)         (177)       (1 087)      (1 248)   
Ordinary shares issued - net of expenses                                                  3                         23           26   
Dividends paid                                             (217)                        (173)         (435)         (431)        (431)   
Cash (utilised)/generated by financing                                                                                                   
activities                                                 (221)            184           115            66          (394)        (210)   
Foreign currency translation adjustments                     17              10           (36)           30           (31)         (45)   
Net increase in cash and cash equivalents                   588             245           222         1 326           734        1 080   
Cash and cash equivalents - beginning of period           2 511           2 266         1 205         1 773           693          693   
Cash and cash equivalents - end of period                 3 099           2 511         1 427         3 099         1 427        1 773   

1. Includes capital expenditure for Wafi-Golpu and other international projects of R148 million in the March 2013 quarter (December 2012: R124 million) (March 2012: R78 million)
   and R403 million in the nine months ended 31 March 2013 (March 2012: R192 million)

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these condensed consolidated financial statements.

NOTES TO THE CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
for the period ended 31 March 2013 (Rand)

1. Accounting policies

Basis of accounting
The condensed consolidated financial statements for the nine months ended 31 March 2013 have been prepared in accordance with IAS 34, 
Interim Financial Reporting, JSE Listings Requirements and in the manner required by the Companies Act of South Africa. They should be read 
in conjunction with the annual financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2012, which have been prepared in accordance with International 
Financial Reporting Standards as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IFRS). The accounting policies are consistent with 
those described in the annual financial statements, except for the adoption of applicable revised and/or new standards issued by the International 
Accounting Standards Board.

2. Cost of sales
                                                                           Quarter ended                        Nine months ended            Year ended
                                                                   31 March        31 December     31 March      31 March      31 March         30 June
                                                                       2013               2012         2012          2013          2012            2012
      Figures in million                                         (Unaudited)        (Unaudited)  (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)       (Audited)
      Production costs  excluding royalty                            2 658              2 912        2 244         8 384         7 166           9 791
      Royalty expense                                                    49                 68           29           172           105             120
      Amortisation and depreciation                                     459                501          431         1 441         1 373           1 921
      Reversal of impairment of assets                                                                                                         (60)
      Rehabilitation expenditure/(credit)                                10                 (1)         (43)           16           (37)            (17)
      Care and maintenance cost of
      restructured shafts                                                16                 16           20            52            69              88
      Employment termination and
      restructuring costs1                                                                             19             7            70              81
      Share-based payments2                                              95                 21           21           221            66              87
      Other                                                              (4)                 7                         2            (1)            126

      Total cost of sales                                             3 283              3 524        2 721        10 295         8 811          12 137

      1. The amounts for the 2012 financial year relates to restructuring at the Bambanani shaft
      2. Refer to note 3 for details

3. Share-based payments

This includes the cost relating to the new Employee Share Ownership Plan (ESOP) awards that were granted in August 2012. In terms of the 
ESOP rules, all employees other than management were awarded a minimum of 100 Scheme Shares and 200 Share Appreciation Rights (SARs), 
with employees with service longer than ten years receiving an additional ten percent. Both the Scheme Shares and SARs vest in five equal 
portions on each anniversary of the award. In addition these employees qualify for an additional cash bonus under the SARs in the event that 
the share price growth is less than R18 per share. The effect of the bonus puts the employees in the position they would have been in had the 
share price increased by R18 per share since issue date.

Harmony issued 3.5 million shares to the Tlhakanelo Share Trust on 31 August 2012. In addition, 6 817 880 SARs were issued. In terms of 
IFRS 2, Share-based Payment, the SARs includes an equity-settled portion as well as a cash-settled portion related to the cash bonus. The cash-
settled portion has been recognised in the balance sheet, the fair value of which will be re-measured at each reporting date. At the annual 
general meeting on 28 November 2012, the shareholders authorised the acceleration of the vesting from August to March each year.

During the March 2013 quarter, the first portion of the Scheme Shares and SARs awarded in August 2012 vested, resulting in all qualifying 
employees receiving a minimum of R1 912 before tax, amounting to a total of R58 million paid in April 2013. During March 2013, new 
qualifying employees who have not previously received an offer were awarded 80 Scheme Shares and 160 SARs which will vest in four equal 
portions on each anniversary of the award. A total of 97 040 Scheme Shares and 194 080 SARs were issued by the Tlhakanelo Share Trust.

4. Profit on sale of property, plant and equipment

During December 2012, the transaction for the sale of the Merriespruit South mining right to Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Resources 
Limited (Wits Gold) was completed, resulting in a profit of R60 million.

5. Other expenses  net

Included in the March 2013 quarter is a foreign exchange loss of R150 million (December 2012: R35 million) on the US dollar denominated loan.

6. Impairment of investments

A decline in the fair value of the investment in Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Resource Limited (Wits Gold) during the March 2013 quarter 
resulted in a loss of R52 million. This was offset against the fair value increase that was recognised in the fair value reserve during the 
December 2012 quarter. The net cumulative loss of R39 million was reclassified to the income statement.

7. Disposal groups classified as held for sale and discontinued operations

Evander Gold Mines Limited

Harmony entered into an agreement to sell its 100% interest in Evander Gold Mines Limited (Evander) to a wholly owned subsidiary of Pan 
African Resources Plc for R1.5 billion, less certain distributions, during May 2012. On 14 February 2013 Harmony received the necessary 
consent of the Minister of Mineral Resources to transfer the interest in accordance with section 11 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources 
Development Act, the last remaining condition precedent. The transaction was completed on 28 February 2013. In terms of the agreement 
Harmony received a distribution of R210 million and a purchase consideration of R1 314 million. A group profit of R102 million was recorded 
in the March 2013 quarter.

8. Earnings and net asset value per share  

                                                                  Quarter ended                 Nine months ended          Year ended
                                                         31 March 31 December     31 March       31 March    31 March         30 June
                                                             2013        2012         2012           2013        2012            2012
      Figures in million                               (Unaudited) (Unaudited)  (Unaudited)    (Unaudited) (Unaudited)       (Audited)
      Weighted average number of shares
      (million)                                             431.8       431.6        431.3         431.6        430.6           430.8
      Weighted average number of diluted shares
      (million)                                             432.8       432.6        432.8         432.8        432.2           432.0
      Total (loss)/earnings per share (cents):
      Basic (loss)/earnings                                   (29)        169          235           262          589             614
      Diluted (loss)/earnings                                 (29)        169          234           261          587             612
      Headline (loss)/earnings                                (47)        158          234           234          571             565

       from continuing operations                            (56)       139           201           185          477             465
       from discontinued operations                            9         19            33            49           94             100
      Diluted headline (loss)/earnings                        (47)        157          233           233          569             563
       from continuing operations                            (56)       138           200           184          475             463
       from discontinued operations                            9         19            33            49           94             100

      Figures in million

      Reconciliation of headline
      (loss)/earnings:
      Continuing operations
      Net (loss)/profit                                      (267)         649         873           816        2 128           2 053
      Adjusted for:
      Reversal of impairment of investment in
      associate*                                                                      (6)                      (55)            (56)
      Impairment of investments*                               39                                   88                         144
      Reversal of impairment of assets                                                                                       (60)
      Taxation effect on reversal of impairment of
      assets                                                                                                                 (34)
      Profit on sale of property, plant and
      equipment                                               (15)         (69)                    (139)         (28)            (63)
      Taxation effect of profit on sale of property,
      plant and equipment                                                  18          (1)           31            7              16
      Headline (loss)/earnings                               (243)         598         866           796        2 052           2 000

      Discontinued operations
      Net profit                                              143           82         141           314          410             592
      Adjusted for:
      Profit on sale of property, plant and
      equipment                                                                                                (2)          (232)
      Taxation effect of profit on sale of property,
      plant and equipment                                                                                                    72
      Profit on sale of investment in subsidiary*            (102)                                (102)                         
      Headline earnings                                        41           82         141           212          408            432

      Total headline (loss)/earnings                         (202)         680       1 007         1 008        2 460          2 432

      * There is no taxation effect on these items.

Net asset value per share
                                             At             At            At             At
                                       31 March    31 December       30 June       31 March
                                           2013           2012         2012            2012
                                     (Unaudited)                    (Audited)    (Unaudited)
Number of shares in issue           435 257 691    435 257 691   431 564 236    431 471 444
Net asset value per share (cents)         8 208          8 150         7 897          7 728

9. Investments in financial assets

During the March 2013 quarter, an additional 3.25% interest in Rand Refinery was purchased for R33 million in addition to the 3.9% interest 
purchased for R39 million during the December 2012 quarter. The investment is classified as an available-for-sale investment and subsequent 
changes in fair value will be recorded in reserves.

10. Borrowings

The Nedbank revolving credit facility was repaid in full during the December 2011 quarter and the full R850 million facility is available until 
December 2013. The balance on Nedbank term facilities at the end of March 2013 quarter is R610 million.

Two drawdowns of US$40 million each (R330 million and R348 million) were made from the US$300 million syndicated revolving credit facility 
during the September and December 2012 quarters, respectively. This takes the drawn level to US$210 million. The facility is repayable by 
September 2015.

The weakening of the Rand against the US dollar resulted in a foreign exchange loss of R150 million being recorded against the borrowings 
balance in the March 2013 quarter. The effect of foreign exchange changes for the nine months totals a loss of R190 million.

11. Commitments and contingencies 
                                                                        
                                                              At            At          At            At   
                                                        31 March   31 December     30 June      31 March   
                                                            2013          2012        2012          2012   
Figures in million                                    (Unaudited)                 (Audited)   (Unaudited)   
Capital expenditure commitments:                                                                           
Contracts for capital expenditure                            594           576         519           391   
Authorised by the directors but not contracted for           958         1 572       2 257         3 032   
                                                           1 552         2 148       2 776         3 423   


This expenditure will be financed from existing resources and, where appropriate, borrowings.

Contingent liability

For a detailed disclosure on contingent liabilities refer to Harmony's annual report for the financial year ended 30 June 2012, available on the 
group's website (www.harmony.co.za). There were no significant changes in contingencies since 30 June 2012, with the exception of the items 
discussed below.

Following the disclosure made in Harmony's annual report for the financial year ended 30 June 2012 relating to silicosis, Harmony and its 
subsidiaries, alongside other mining companies operating in South Africa (other respondents) were served with another application to certify a 
class during January 2013. Harmony, its subsidiaries and other respondents are awaiting a consolidated and supplemented certification 
application of the two separate applications served.

12. Subsequent events

There are no subsequent events to report.

13. Segment report

Refer below for the segment report.

14. Reconciliation of segment information to consolidated income statements                                                             
                                                                                                                  Nine months ended   
                                                                                                                31 March      31 March   
                                                                                                                    2013          2012   
Figures in million                                                                                            (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)   
The "Reconciliation of segment information to consolidated income statements" line item in the segment                                   
report is broken down in the following elements, to give a better understanding of the differences between                               
the income statement and segment report:                                                                                                 
Reconciliation of production profit to gross profit                                                                                      
Total segment revenue                                                                                             13 293        12 341   
Total segment production costs                                                                                    (9 089)       (7 834)   
Production profit per segment report                                                                               4 204         4 507   
Discontinued operations                                                                                            (341)         (543)   
Production profit from continuing operations                                                                       3 863         3 964   
Cost of sales items, other than production costs and royalty expense                                              (1 739)       (1 540)   
Gross profit as per income statements *                                                                            2 124         2 424   

* The reconciliation was done up to the first recognisable line item on the income statement. The reconciliation will follow the income statement after that.

15. Related parties

     Key management personnel are those persons having authority and responsibility for planning, directing and controlling the activities of the
     group, directly or indirectly, including any director (whether executive or otherwise) of the group. During the September 2012 quarter, Harmony
     shares were purchased by certain directors as set out below:

     Graham Briggs                                                                  14 347 shares
     Frank Abbott                                                                   73 900 shares
     Ken Dicks                                                                      12 500 shares

Segment report (Rand/Metric) (Unaudited)
for the nine months ended 31 March 2013


                                                              Revenue                       Production cost              Production profit/(loss)   Capital expenditure#   Kilograms produced     Tonnes milled
                                                              31 March                         31 March                        31 March                   31 March   31 March   31 March
                                                       2013             2012              2013            2012             2013       2012        2013        2012       2013       2012     2013       2012
                                                          R million                           R million                        R million                R million                kg                t000
Continuing operations
South Africa
Underground
Kusasalethu                                           1 037            1 678            1 186            1 072             (149)       606         272         312      2 052       4 043     499        860
Doornkop                                              1 279              939              786              626              493        313         222         201      2 772       2 263     766        667
Phakisa                                                 860              753              730              585              130        168         242         227      1 851       1 800     379        368
Tshepong                                              1 547            1 694            1 089              935              458        759         227         199      3 339       4 035     829        916
Masimong                                              1 290            1 032              740              635              550        397         124         166      2 777       2 466     658        702
Target 1                                              1 385            1 157              675              608              710        549         262         187      3 070       2 822     538        608
Bambanani                                               626              421              448              480              178        (59)         92         212      1 348       1 068     144        163
Joel                                                  1 152              773              487              406              665        367         116          42      2 529       1 873     460        410
Unisel                                                  647              479              429              366              218        113          57          51      1 386       1 134     332        282
Target 3                                                546              340              379              308              167         32         104          58      1 207         833     250        236
Surface
All other surface operations                          1 152            1 074              747              678              405        396         222          96      2 533       2 569   7 365      6 997
Total South Africa                                   11 521           10 340             7 696           6 699            3 825      3 641       1 940       1 751     24 864      24 906  12 220     12 209
International
Hidden Valley                                           898              895              860              572               38        323         368         175      1 922       2 098   1 387      1 307
Total international                                     898              895              860              572               38        323         368         175      1 922       2 098   1 387      1 307
Total continuing operations                          12 419           11 235             8 556           7 271            3 863      3 964       2 308       1 926     26 786      27 004  13 607     13 516
Discontinued operations
Evander                                                 874            1 106              533              563              341        543         140         131      1 955       2 674     390        491
Total discontinued operations                           874            1 106              533              563              341        543         140         131      1 955       2 674     390        491
Total operations                                     13 293           12 341             9 089           7 834            4 204      4 507       2 448       2 057     28 741      29 678  13 997     14 007
Reconciliation of the segment
information to the consolidated
income statement (refer to note 14)                    (874)          (1 106)            (533)            (563)
                                                     12 419           11 235             8 556           7 271

# Capital expenditure for international operations excludes expenditure spent on Wafi-Golpu of R403 million (2012: R192 million).

CONTACT DETAILS

Corporate Office
Randfontein Office Park
PO Box 2, Randfontein, 1760, South Africa
Corner Main Reef Road/Ward Avenue, Randfontein, 1759, South Africa
Telephone: +27 11 411 2000
Website: www.harmony.co.za

Directors
P T Motsepe* Chairman
M Motloba*^ Deputy Chairman
G P Briggs Chief Executive Officer
F Abbott Financial Director
H E Mashego Executive Director
F F T De Buck*^ Lead independent director
J A Chissano*(1)^, K V Dicks*^, Dr D S Lushaba*^, C Markus*^,
M Msimang*^, J Wetton*^, A J Wilkens*
* Non-executive
^ Independent
(1) Mozambican

Investor relations team
Henrika Basterfield
Investor Relations Manager
Telephone: +27 11 411 2314
Fax: +27 11 692 3879
Mobile: +27 82 759 1775
E-mail: henrika@harmony.co.za

Marian van der Walt
Executive: Corporate and Investor Relations
Telephone: +27 11 411 2037
Fax: +27 86 614 0999
Mobile: +27 82 888 1242
E-mail: marian@harmony.co.za

Company Secretary
Riana Bisschoff
Telephone: +27 11 411 6020
Mobile: +27 83 629 4706
E-mail: riana.bisschoff@harmony.co.za

South African Share Transfer Secretaries
Link Market Services South Africa (Proprietary) Limited
(Registration number 2000/007239/07)
13th Floor, Rennie House, 19 Ameshoff Street, Braamfontein, 2001
PO Box 4844, Johannesburg, 2000, South Africa
Telephone: +27 86 154 6572
Fax: +27 86 674 4381

United Kingdom Registrars
Capita Registrars
The Registry, 34 Beckenham Road, Beckenham
Kent BR3 4TU, United Kingdom
Telephone: 0871 664 0300 (UK) (calls cost 10p a minute plus network
extras, lines are open 09:00 am  17:30 pm, Monday to Friday)
or +44 (0) 20 8639 3399 (calls from overseas)
E-mail: shareholder.services@capitaregistrars.com

ADR Depositary
Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas
c/o American Stock Transfer and Trust Company, Peck Slip Station
PO Box 2050, New York, NY 10272-2050
E-mail queries: db@amstock.com
Toll Free: +1-800-937-5449
Intl: +1-718-921-8137
Fax: +1-718-921-8334

Sponsor
JP Morgan Equities Limited
1 Fricker Road, corner Hurlingham Road, Illovo, Johannesburg, 2196
Private Bag X9936, Sandton, 2146, South Africa
Telephone: +27 11 507 0300
Fax: +27 11 507 0503

Trading Symbols
JSE Limited: HAR
New York Stock Exchange, Inc: HMY
Euronext, Brussels: HMY
Berlin Stock Exchange: HAM1

Registration number
1950/038232/06
Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa

ISIN
ZAE000015228



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