Latest articles on Harmony Gold

Mponeng sale is a lifeline

AngloGold head Kelvin Dushnisky views Harmony’s Gold purchase of Mponeng as a positive step for the future of the mine

Madiba’s Midas touch goes for $10-million in bitcoin

​A South African businessperson living in Canada has managed to sell his collection of four gold castings of Nelson Mandela’s hands

Landmark silicosis ruling allows class action against gold firms

Analysts said the suits could cost the industry hundreds of millions of dollars in the largest class action in Africa’s most industrialised country.

Miners rescued after a fire at Harmony Gold

The fire is believed to have started while maintenance work was being carried out on an air cooler.

Harmony posts profit despite output drop

An improved gold price and higher-quality ore saw the gold miner benefit in spite of a number of production challenges.

Weekend 101: Putin, politics and looking pretty

Our weekly roundup includes the Harmony Gold mining tragedy, Sochi’s Olympic-sized woes, the Zille-Ramphele debacle, and a lesson on good looks.

Harmony operations halted for safety, says Shabangu

Operations at Harmony Gold's Doornkop mine will halt until the area is declared safe, says mineral resources minister Susan Shabangu.

Shabangu to visit Harmony mine after workers’ deaths

While the search continues for one miner after the news of the death of eight others, the minister will visit Harmony Gold's Doornkop mine.

Eight miners’ bodies recovered at Harmony after fire

Reports say the bodies of eight miners have been recovered after a fire and rock fall at a gold mine in Jo'burg, while one miner remains missing.

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