Sustainable Development Report 2010 Sustainable Development Report 2010

The economic dimension of sustainability concerns the impact of the organisation on the economic conditions of its stakeholders and on economic systems at local, national and global levels. The company’s economic imperatives are achieved within a context of sound corporate governance. Harmony believes that these two areas go hand in hand and reports on them here in one combined section.

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Governance and economic performance

Governance of sustainability

Harmony has a solid governance structure and has put measures in place to ensure compliance with legislation and regulations in the countries in which it operates and in line with the stock exchanges on which the company is listed. Continue...

CASE STUDY: Harmony’s 60th birthday celebrations

On 25 August 2010, that same company celebrated its 60th birthday – having become one of the largest producers of gold in the world.

Economic sustainability

Harmony is a significant role-player in global gold markets, in the South African economy and in the economies of the provinces in which it operates. Harmony is one of the world’s largest producers of gold, and South Africa’s third-largest gold producer. Continue...

CASE STUDY: A safe, profitable and long-term future at Kusasalethu

On 23 February 2010, after more than 30 years of production, Harmony's Elandsrand mine shifted its attention to the future, to the almost 30 years remaining of its life of mine, and changed its name accordingly to Kusasalethu, a Zulu word meaning 'our future'.