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Harmony extends its CEO’s employment term

Chairman of Harmony, Patrice Motsepe said, “Graham has done good work as chief executive officer of Harmony and is doing outstanding work in Papua New Guinea. The Board is confident that he will continue to lead the company in delivering sustainable, competitive results.”

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 www.harmony.co.za. 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.

“Thank you to the Board for placing their trust in me. I am excited about Harmony’s future and pleased to be part of its continued journey to improve and succeed. I can only be successful with the support of our employees and believe that the new organisational structure will assist Harmony in achieving its targets”, says Graham Briggs, chief executive officer.

For more details contact:

Henrika Basterfield
Investor Relations Officer
+27 82 759 1775(mobile)

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