Resignation of directors
The board of Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited wishes to announce the resignation of two of its directors today.
Harmony Gold to dual list on NASDAQ
Harmony Gold Mining Limited today announced that it will dual list its ADRs on the NASDAQ National Market and the NYSE.
Harmony disposes of its remaining shares in Gold Fields Limited
Harmony today announced that it had disposed of its remaining 26,5 Million Gold Fields Limited shares at an average price of R93.228 per share.
Results of the annual general meeting
Shareholders are advised that at the annual general meeting of the members of Harmony held in Randfontein on Friday, 4 November 2005, ordinary resolution number 3, relating to the general authority to issue shares for cash, was withdrawn.
Joel Mine wins safety award
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that its Joel Mine in the Free State, after being shortlisted for the past 3 years, has won the Department of Mineral and Energy’s Mine Health and Safety Council’s Achievement Flag.
Celebrating the country’s brilliant young minds
Harmony, proud sponsor of the South African Mathematics Olympiad, hosted some of our country’s top academic performers at the annual Mathematics Olympiad Ceremony in Durban, Saturday 15 October 2005.
Harmony committed to eliminating use of illegal substances in sport
Athletics South Africa (ASA) announced [today] that Gladys Lukhwareni, top female athlete of Harmony Athletic Club (HAC), tested positive for Decadurabulon, an illegal performance enhancing drug.
News flash - Harmony Sports Academy update
The achievements of the Harmony Sports Academy in Virginia seems to escalate even beyond the targets set for 2005.
Harmony Refinery is admitted to the prestigeous LBMA Good Delivery list
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that Harmony’s refinery, operated in South Africa by subsidiary Musuku Beneficiation Systems (Pty) Ltd, had achieved all the approvals necessary to be admitted to the LBMA’s prestigious Good Delivery List.
Gearing up for growth in the Free State
Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that the final arrangements for the reimplementation of CONOPS at Bambanani and Tshepong, and the implementation of CONOPS (firsttime) at Masimong later this year are being made.
Kalgold achieves 1 million fatality free shifts over nine years!
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that its Kalgold openpit operation achieved one million fatality free shifts on 30 August 2005 following a 9-year fatality free period since the mines inception in 1996.
Harmony and num agree to two-year wage settlement
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that it had reached settlement on the annual wage increase negotiations with its largest union.
June quarter and 2005 year-end results - operational and balance sheet re-structuring largely completed
Harmony today released its June quarter and FY05 results.
Harmony’s Phakisa and Doornkop growth projects pass another big milestone
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that two of its’ growth projects, Doornkop and Phakisa, had reached significant milestones in their development.
Harmony and NUM reach agreement on Free State restructuring
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that an agreement has been signed with the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) as to the implementation of job loss avoidance measures as part of the restructuring of the Free State operations.
Results of HAR1 bond partial re-purchase
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that it had completed the partial re-purchase of its HAR1 corporate bond.
Harmony to repurchase up to 25% of its HAR1 bond issue
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that it would approach the market to purchase up to 25% of the outstanding notional amount of its 13% HAR1 bond listed on the Bond Exchange of South Africa due 14 June 2006.
Leader of Harmony project nominated for Woman of the Year
Alta Wessels has been nominated for the prestigious Shoprite Checkers/SABC2 Woman of the Year Award, Harmony announced today.
Harmony makes substantial progress with union negotiations as part of the Free State operations restructuring
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that it had made a significant breakthrough in its negotiations with affected labour unions surrounding the proposed restructuring of Harmony’s South African Free State operations.
Harmony disposes of part of its Gold Fields stake
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that it had disposed of 30 million Gold Fields shares to the value of $315 million.
South African Everest climbers summit early morning as Harmony’s Extreme Team
Wellknown extreme adventure mountaineers, Alex Harris and Sibusiso Vilane stood on top of the world early this morning.
South African High Court rules against Harmony
Harmony notes with surprise the judgment of the Witwatersrand Local Division of the High Court of South Africa to the effect that Harmony’s subsequent offer for Gold Fields lapsed at midnight on 18 December 2004.
Harmony to initiate new restructuring programme in the Free State
Following the impasse with NUM on the restructuring process in the Free State and culminating in the Labour Court ruling against Harmony, the company announced today that the two parties have agreed that the consultation process, in terms of the Labour Relations Act, will continue where new notices of the process will be issued.
Harmony warns against misrepresentions regarding its reserves or other company data
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that it had embarked on a legal process to investigate some of the comments attributed to Gold Fields executives and reported by the South African media on 9 May 2005.
Competition tribunal ratifies Harmony’s proposed merger with Gold Fields
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that the South African Competition Tribunal had approved its proposed merger with Gold Fields subject to the condition that, for a period of twenty four months, there are no retrenchments of employees below the level of Patterson grade C or equivalent and no more than 1000 retrenchments of employees at or above that level as a result of the merger.
Labour court ruling delays harmony’s restructuring programme
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced its disappointment with the ruling of the Labour Court, which called for the reinstatement of employees who were in the process of being retrenched at its Free State operations.
Harmony has spent over R1,7 billion in the past 12 months on growth projects, exploration, restructuring and CAPEX.
Harmony today announced that its restructuring programme was nearing completion.
Harmony appoints new non-executive director to its board
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced the appointment of former Mozambican President Joachim Alberto Chissano to its board of directors, with effect from 22 April 2005.
Harmony disposes of 14% of its investment in African Rainbow Minerals Limited
In line with Harmony’s stated commitment to unwind the Harmony / ARM cross shareholding, Harmony is pleased to announce that it has disposed of 14% of its investment in ARM to The ARM Broad-Based Empowerment Trust for a cash consideration of R829 827 460 representing a price of R29.00 per ARM share.
Harmony reaches agreement with unions
Harmony today announced that it has reached an understanding with two of the three recognised unions in its Free State operations in respect of retrenchments at five of its shafts.
NUM strike at Harmony operations to be called off
Following protracted negotiations, the strike on which the National Union of Mineworkers embarked Thursday 23 March 2005 at Harmony’s operations in the Free State is expected to be called off tonight.
Harmony disposes of Bendigo stake
Harmony today announced that it had disposed of its remaining 11.6% stake in Bendigo in Australia for A$32 million.
Strike action confirmed by Harmony in the Free State
Harmony confirmed today that the company anticipates approximately 21 000 employees from the original Harmony and Freegold mines in the Free State who are members of the National Union of Mineworkers to go on strike at the night shift.
Mid-quarter and Gold Fields bid update from Harmony
At a media and analyst briefing today, Harmony provided an update on both its operations and its bid for Gold Fields.
Seismic event results at Harmony number two shaft
It is with deep regret that Harmony has confirmed a seismic event occurred at 10h05 this morning at Harmony 2 Shaft in the Free State 2300 metres underground.
Harmony receives licence to mine in Papua New Guinea
Harmony is pleased to confirm that on Friday March 4, the Minister of Mines of Papua New Guinea, The Honourable Mr Sam Akotai, announced that Harmony has been granted the licence to develop and mine the Hidden Valley project.
Harmony questions motivation for inaccurate story
Following a report today by a London newspaper that CE Bernard Swanepoel holds multiple offshore bank accounts, which is untrue, Swanepoel said, “You have to ask where insinuations like this come from – just like the ‘fact’ that Harmony’s shareholders were revolting over our bid for Gold Fields, this one oversteps the boundaries of what is reasonable and smacks of desperation to impugn my integrity.”
Discussion on re-instatement of CONOPS in Free State continues
Following a request from a member of the press who attended the company’s quarterly presentation earlier, Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today released information on the number of employees who could be affected by the suspension of CONOPS at its Free State Operations.
Harmony increases cash operating profits by 23% to R163 million
Harmony today announced that its restructuring programme was delivering solid results.
Harmony announces management realignment
Harmony announced today that it would be repositioning key managers to oversee the company’s growth strategy.
CONOPS at Harmony Free Gold operations under threat
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited today announced that at a meeting held between Harmony management of the Free Gold Operations and representatives from the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) on 3 January 2005, the company was informed by NUM that the Union was not prepared to support an application for Sunday labour.