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Harmony Gold reported a dramatic turnaround in first-quarter earnings as it cashed in on rand gold prices hovering at quarterly highs.

“What we need to do know is to start solving those issues in the boardroom as opposed to in the stadium or the passage or whatever the case may be.”

Harmony warded off strike action, but has it shouldered too much in Indonesia?

Harmony Gold CEO Graham Briggs put up a strong defence of hostel accommodation and the migrant labour system at question time after the company presented an excellent set of September quarter results.

Harmony Gold Mining Company (Harmony) kicked off its new financial year in style, posting a R1.4bn September quarter operating profit, a 9% increase quarter-on-quarter.

In the three months to end September, the gold miner produced a 9% jump in operating profit to R1.4bn but saw costs up 6%.

Harmony Gold Mining Co. (HAR), Africa’s third-largest producer of the metal, said first-quarter profit jumped almost fivefold as output climbed to the highest level in 10 quarters and prices for the metal increased.

Harmony Gold delivered strong September quarter results as grade at its South African mines improved and the gold price increased‚ but the company warned the wildcat strike at its Kusasalethu would cause it to miss its full-year production target.

Harmony Gold reported a dramatic turnaround in first–quarter earnings on Wednesday as it cashed in on rand gold prices hovering at quarterly highs.

Harmony Gold delivered strong September quarter results as grade at its South African mines improved and the gold price increased.

Harmony Gold reported a net profit for the three months to end-September rose 388% from the June quarter to R522m.

Harmony Gold, South Africa’s third-largest gold producer, recently released a set of strong numbers for their financial year ended 30 June 2012.

The Wafi-Golpu gold/copper project, in Papua New Guinea (PNG), would contribute to Harmony Gold’s aim of halving cash costs by 2023.

South Africa’s third-largest gold miner Harmony Gold would miss its 1.35-million-ounce production target for 2012.

FORMER Gold Fields CEO, Chris Thompson, once threatened in the text of that company's annual report to "harvest" its South African mines if the government failed to support its proposed merger with Franco-Nevada.

HARMONY Gold said it would be unable to recover 70,000 ounces in lost gold production suffered in the third quarter.

Graham Briggs talks second quarter and half year results.

[miningmx.com] -- HARMONY made record operating profits of R2.1bn in the December quarter as the group increased gold production by 5% and cashed in on the average gold price of R438,183/kg.

 

 

We look at Harmony Gold's impressive production update for the December Quarter with CEO, Graham Briggs.

Harmony's second quarter headline earnings per share rose 155 percent to 242 cents, due to a continued focus on improving grade quality and controlling costs during a period when the gold price remained strong, but volatile.

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