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Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited is pleased to have been recognised by the CDP South Africa as the top scorer in the CDP South Africa Climate Change Report published on 15 October 2014.

Graham Briggs, Chief Executive of Harmony Gold tells us how ‘hunkering down and doing what needs to be done’ has seen Harmony outsmart a rogue gold price and dissenting stakeholders viz. government, labour and shareholders, to improve its productivity and raise production almost 6% in the September quarter.

Gold miner Harmony Gold is implementing a R47-million bioenergy pilot-scale project involving the growing of bio crops, namely giant king grass and sugarbeet, on mine-impacted land and tailings in the Free State.

Part of gold miner Harmony Gold’s strategy between 2015 and 2020 is to grow the value of its Papua New Guinea assets by completing studies at its Golpu project and building the Golpu mine, despite negative analyst forecasts, CEO Graham Briggs has said.

Highlights of Harmony Gold's Q4 and Year ended FY2014 presentation with CEO, Graham Briggs, and CFO Herman Perry.

Gold miner Harmony Gold recorded a 3% year-on-year rise in gold production to 36 453 kg, or 1.17-million ounces, for the 2014 financial year.

Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited has released its financial results for the year ended 30 June 2014.

A R1.4bn impairment against the Phakisa mine and a R127m loan to Rand Refinery kept Harmony Gold running at a loss in its 2014 financial year. Normalised earnings were R396m in the year to end-June.

Harmony Gold Mining Company returned to profitability in the quarter to March despite disappointing production from some local operations.

South Africa’s third-largest gold miner, Harmony Gold, posted results for the third quarter today.

Harmony Gold on Tuesday said it turned a net profit of R31 million for the first quarter of the year, compared to a net loss of R91m at the end of 2013.

Harmony Gold Mining Company has posted a net profit for the March 2014 quarter of R31 million, compared to a net loss of R91 million in the December 2013 quarter.

South Africa’s third-biggest gold-mining company Harmony Gold sees its zealous compliance with black economic empowerment and the Mining Charter as making the company an attractive transaction haven for companies that are battling to meet the April 30 charter deadline.

South African bullion producer Harmony Gold said on Tuesday it had swung back to a quarterly profit despite a fall in production as it benefited from a smaller foreign-exchange loss on a U.S. denominated loan.

South Africa’s third-largest gold-mining company Harmony Gold has turned the prior quarter’s loss into a net profit and recommitted itself to dividend paying.

Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited has released a production update for the quarter ended 31 March 2014.

Harmony Gold CEO, Graham Briggs, raised the prospect shareholders could be paid a year-end dividend after turning in improved third quarter figures and suggesting the final quarter could be better.

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