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Summit TV speaks to Graham Briggs chief executive of Harmony about their quarterly results that includes a production increase of 6% but higher electricity and labour costs.

South African-based gold-miner Harmony Gold recorded a 6% quarter-on-quarter increase in production to 11 615 kg of gold during the quarter ended September 30, 2009.

Africa’s third-biggest producer of the metal, said production may expand by about 7 percent this quarter as the company’s Hidden Valley mine in Papua New Guinea ramps up output.

Africa’s third-largest producer of the metal, beat its own output guidance, raising production 5.6 percent during the fiscal first quarter.

SAfm Market Update: Alec Hogg interviews Graham Briggs on Harmony’s latest financial results.

CNBC Africa Power Lunch with Graham Briggs and analyst Stephen Gunnion.

Harmony Gold, SA’s third- largest gold producer, yesterday reported 4% growth in total gold output in the first quarter to September.

Harmony Gold has paid out its first dividend in five years.

Harmony Gold Mining, SA’s third-biggest gold miner, plans to spend about R5,6bn on development projects and maintenance over the next two years to bring its production up to 2,2-million ounces a year by 2012, CEO Graham Briggs said yesterday.

Harmony Gold Mining, SA’s third - largest gold producer, yesterday said it was paying R405m to acquire Pamodzi Gold ’s Free State assets.

Harmony Gold, South Africa’s third - largest gold producer, is emerging from the woods.

While South Africa’s third-largest gold-miner Harmony Gold won plaudits on Monday for unexpectedly declaring its first dividend in half a decade.

If you have a look at where Harmony is, it is a record profit that you have achieved in the financial year to end-June, and this despite a drop in production.

The strengthening South African currency is decimating the price of gold in rand terms, at a time of rising energy costs and robust wage demands.

Harmony, one of our leading gold producers today gave a bit of an update on how things are going and to update our listeners we welcome the CEO of Harmony, Graham Briggs.

The team finds out how the President Steyn mine fits in with Harmony's strategy, discusses the cracks at Rockwell Diamonds and gets a view on Anglo/Xstrata from Fitch Ratings.

Harmony is now the third of the big mining companies to bring out quarterly results following Gold Fields and DRDGold and their results for the third quarter as they call it or the nine months to 31 March 2009 show headline earnings up by 5%.

Graham Briggs uitvoerende hoof van Harmony Gold en Andries van Zyl bespreek Harmony se derde kwartaal resultate.

Summit TV speaks to Graham Briggs chief executive of Harmony about their third quarter and the dividend that may be forthcoming if the gold price holds.

Harmony Gold reported its results for the quarter ended in March today, and the group said earnings per share were down 26%, but that's because of the sale of some operations that were included in last quarter's numbers.

Harmony Gold, the world's No.5 producer, on Friday reported lower output and headline earnings per share for the March quarter at 123 cents from a re-stated 121 cents in the December quarter.

After succeeding in reversing five years of losses and hearing the sound of cash in the till, an upbeat Harmony Gold CEO Graham Briggs spoke on Friday of the company’s ramp up towards the production of 2,2-million ounces of gold a year post 2012, as well as the possibility of paying a long-awaited dividend.

Gold major Harmony Gold on Friday reported a 5% increase in headline earnings to R516-million for the quarter ended March 31, 2009, owing to a higher gold price.

Talk Radio 702 host Bruce Whitfield interviews Graham Briggs in the World at Six.

Graham Briggs, chief executive of Harmony Gold, speaks to about how the miner will benefit from its new debt-free status.

CNBC Africa Power Lunch with Graham Briggs and analyst Peter Majors

South African gold major Harmony Gold would have wiped its debt slate clean by mid-May, when it would have R1,5-billion in unencumbered cash, Harmony Gold interim financial director Frank Abbott said last week.

Harmony Gold, the world's No. 5 producer, lifted its second quarter earnings due to a weaker rand, and said on Friday its output would rise this year and that it would consider a dividend after June.

Harmony Gold Mining Co., Africa’s third-largest producer of the metal, said fiscal second-quarter profit tripled after the company sold a stake in its uranium assets and the rand price of gold increased.

Harmony Gold tells why the company is in a position to benefit from opportunities created by the financial crises.

South African gold producer Harmony Gold has been through a tough time in recent years. Production issues, power supply concerns, and high inflation in South Africa have all created their challenges for the company.

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