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Harmony receives ‘top honours’ by CDP for carbon disclosure and reporting

Johannesburg: Thursday, 16 October 2014: Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (‘Harmony’) is pleased to have been recognised by the CDP South Africa as the top scorer in the CDP South Africa Climate Change Report 2014 published yesterday (15 October 2014).  CDP represents 767 investors globally, with around US$92 trillion in assets.

Harmony attained a score of 100% for carbon disclosure and band “A” performance for leadership in respect of energy and climate change. CDP assesses companies’ responses against two parallel scoring schemes, namely performance and disclosure. The highest scoring companies for performance and/ or disclosure enter the Climate Performance Leadership Index and or the Climate Disclosure Leadership Index.  Harmony is the only South African company to receive platinum awards in both the disclosure category and performance categories.

Harmony has also been placed in the 2014 global Climate Performance Leadership Index, one of nine companies in South Africa to achieve ranking and is the only South African mining company to achieve an “A” rating for two consecutive years. The full CDP report can be obtained from https://www.cdp.net/CDPResults/CDP-climate-performance-leadership-index-2014.pdf.

Chief executive officer, Graham Briggs, commented: “This recognition by CDP reflects the efforts of many people at Harmony, and not only those associated with environmental or energy management. Our efforts at improving efficiencies are aimed not only at mining and processing, but in every aspect of our business.”

For more details contact:

Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited

Henrika Ninham
Investor Relations Manager
+27 (0) 82 759 1775 (mobile)

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