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Die Harmony-sportakademie het die suksesvolste jaar nóg beleef. Die rugby- sowel as die sokkerspanne het ongekende welslae behaal.

Construction at the Hidden Valley project in Papua New Guinea (PNG), was now about 64% completed, South African gold miner Harmony Gold reported on Monday.

Harmony Gold Mining’s management was bullish about prospects for the gold mining industry, both in SA and Papua New Guinea, as the gold price had risen in almost all currencies except the dollar and yen, Harmony CEO Graham Briggs said yesterday.

Die visie van die Harmony-juweleskool op Virginia is om top-ontwerpers en -juweelvervaardigers aan die juweliersbedryf van Suid-Afrika te lewer.

THE CEOs OF Gold Fields, AngloGold Ashanti and Harmony are all confident about two things, judging by their recent September quarterly briefings: the gold price will go up next year and their operations will perform better in 2009.

South Africa's Harmony Gold expects workers to demand wage hikes of 13-16 percent in next year's negotiations due to the country's soaring inflation, Chief Executive Graham Briggs said on Thursday.

South Africa’s Harmony Gold is hankering for the days when it will be free of debt. Harmony CEO Graham Briggs foresees that happening by the middle of next year.

HARMONY Gold Mining had been investigating potential acquisitions in the past six months but did not expect to do any deals until after it reduced its debt levels next June, CEO Graham Briggs said on Friday.

There were currently ‘loads and loads’ of gold-company acquisition opportunities, which would be considered once debt levels were lowered, Harmony Gold CEO Graham Briggs said on Friday.

Exploration budgets at gold mining companies are coming under pressure because of the global financial turmoil and this is likely to translate into less troy ounces of the precious metal being dug from the ground, Harmony Gold Mining Co.'s (HAR.JO) chief executive said Friday.

Harmony Gold Mining Co., Africa's third-biggest miner of the metal, posted a profit in its fiscal first quarter after production increased and it sold assets in Papua New Guinea.

Harmony Gold Mining, the world's fifth and South Africa's third-largest gold producer, on Friday reported a 6 percent increase in total production to 396 803 ounces for the three months to end September 2008.

Harmony Gold (JSE:HAR, NYSE, NASDAQ:HMY) views its now declining debt as a "major advantage" and says the company will be in a position to make acquisitions in June next year.

South African gold producer Harmony Gold has improved its net profit, despite higher operating costs impacting on its cash operating profit.

HARMONY Gold will post similar production and cost numbers in the fourth quarter of 2009 to those in the September period as it continues eroding its debt.

South African gold-miner Harmony Gold says safety continues to be a top priority.

Precious-metal prices are hard to predict these days.

Harmony Gold’s billion tons of tailings in the Free State could produce gold at a cost as low as R100 000/kg, Harmony Gold CEO Graham Briggs said on Friday.

A billion tonnes of tailings dumps could be a new high-margin source of gold in either a R500m or an R800m venture, said Harmony Gold CEO Graham Briggs, adding it was undergoing a feasibility study.

Harmony Gold’s strategy to bring in cash through disposals has come under pressure as transactions worth a total of R4.4 billion have been halted or delayed, while shares received as payment have lost value.

The world’s fifth-largest gold-miner, Harmony Gold, is working with the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (Dwaf) and the Department of Agriculture at the Sandvet catchment area in the Free State, to manage water resources in the area.

South African miner Harmony Gold has renegotiated the terms of sale for its Mount Magnet assets in Australia, after junior Monarch Gold struggled to raise cash for the deal.

Gold-mining company Harmony Gold has undertaken a number of environmental studies to ensure that the environmental impact of its Hidden Valley project, in the Morobe province of Papua New Guinea, is kept to a minimum.

JSE-listed Harmony Gold has not asked struggling power utility Eskom for more than 90% power for its operating mines, but has requested more power for its growth projects, CEO Graham Briggs said on Thursday.

Harmony Gold says it will invest “quick-capex” in short-life, high cost assets to grow production in the current strong gold price environment, but its finger remains on the on-off switch.

World number-five gold producer Harmony Gold said on Monday that problems with locals at its Hidden Valley mine in Papua New Guinea (PNG) would not delay its ramp up, and that the company hoped to resolve the issue "in the next day or two".

HARMONY may use the R4bn raised through the sale of a 50% stake in its Papua New Guinea (PNG) gold operations plus the sale of a stake in its Randfontein uranium assets to pay down its R4bn in debt.

Johannesburg - Newly formed uranium company Rand Uranium is planning to be the first company to mine uranium on the West Rand in 18 years when it starts producing the metal in 2011.

RAND Uranium, the newly created company formed by Harmony Gold Mining and the Pamodzi Resources Fund, yesterday said it would become the world’s ninth-largest uranium company when output starts in three years.

Harmony intends maintaining its 40% stake in Rand Uranium, the joint venture it has set up with Pamodzi Resources Fund (PRF) which was previously dubbed “newco.”

Rand Uranium, the newly registered uranium player formed out of a joint venture between Harmony Gold Mining and the Pamodzi Resources Fund, said that it intended to list the new company within two to three years.

CEO says company has lost 800kgs (24,900 ounces) of gold due to power cuts in South Africa.

HARMONY Gold is creating a number of firsts at its Hidden Valley mining project in the deep jungle of Papua New Guinea (PNG).

HARMONY Gold is charting a new course as it looks to cut costs, restructure its assets, bring in a partner on its Papua New Guinea projects and repay two large debts over the next couple of years, newly appointed CEO Graham Briggs said on Wednesday.

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