Results for the twelve months ended 30 June 2014.
Implats’ CEO, Terence Goodlace, said: 'It has been a challenging year for Implats. Lower
than expected platinum group metal prices together with escalating cost pressures and the
unprecedented five month industry strike at I
mpala Rustenburg severely impacted
performance. Despite this, the operations outside the Rustenburg area, Zimplats, Mimosa,
Marula and Two Rivers, all performed well and delivered good safety and operational
Throughout the strike period, deliverie
s continued to key customers and, in
particular, to the local South African market that remained adequately stocked during the
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Precautionary closure of Bimha Mine
Further to the announcement by Zimplats Holdings Limited (“Zimplats”) on 18 July 2014 regarding
the underground collapse at a section of the Bimha Mine, Implats wishes to inform shareholders and
other stakeholders that a decision has now been made to cease all mining activity at the mine, with
immediate effect, to ensure the safety of our employees.
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AMCU agrees to take offer to employees
Johannesburg, 12 June ‐ Platinum producers, Anglo American Platinum Limited (Amplats), Impala
Platinum Holdings Limited (Implats) and Lonmin Plc (Lonmin) announce that ‘in principle’
undertakings have been reached with the leadership of the Association of Mineworkers and
Construction Union (AMCU) in respect of wages and conditions of employment.
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