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John Fraser conducts an in-depth interviews with Graham Briggs, CEO of Harmony on their quarterly results.

Summit's Face2Face speaks to CEO, Graham Briggs.

Harmony Q1 results: Graham Briggs (Harmony) & Peter Major (Cadiz Corporate Solutions)

Harmony’s exploration results for their Wafi-Golpu joint venture in Papua New Guinea (PNG) was the proverbial elephant in the room today

Graham Briggs, CEO of Harmony joins ABN’s Eleni Giokos to discuss the group’s Q1 results

South Africa could learn from the “transparent, open and honest” approach of the government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) in facilitating foreign direct mining investment, says Harmony Gold CEO Graham Briggs.

HARMONY Gold said on Monday a decision on a proposed separate listing for the company’s Evander operations would be made within two years, as it was considering all sorts of options to make the most of the asset’s potential wealth

Harmony expects double-digit production growth next year.

John Fraser and Graham Briggs

Cost pressures and writing down the value of certain mining assets, saw the world’s fifth largest gold producer’s quarterly headline earnings fall by 67%.

The chief executive of Harmony Gold, Africa’s third largest gold producer, said on Monday he remained committed to a 2015 output target of 2 million ounces despite a decline in production over the last financial year.

Full-year production less than forecast due in part to 132000oz of reduced production at closed shafts.

The run of good news from the South African gold producers in the June quarter continued with the latest numbers from Harmony even though the group fell short on its production target for the year to end-June.

Monday posted a decline in gold output for the full year, but reported a rise in net profit due to a higher gold price and said it expects the precious metal price to remain strong.

Harmony Gold Mining’s stake in the Wafi-Golpu project in Papua New Guinea is not for sale, Harmony CEO Graham Briggs said on Monday.

Alisia Seckam speaks with the company’s CEO, Graham Briggs.

Ewald Muller interview with Graham Briggs

Andries van Zyl interview with Hannes Meyer.

Classic Business: John Fraser talks to Graham Briggs

South African gold-miner Harmony reported a doubling in second-quarter headline earnings of 69c a share, from 33c a share in the previous quarter, mainly owing to an improved price for the precious metal during the period.

HARMONY'S Wafi/Golpu copper/gold project in Papua New Guinea keeps getting bigger and better, according to latest exploration results released in the December quarterly results.

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Investor brief

Harmony Investor brief, Sep 2017
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Harmony Investor brief

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