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    Implats is one of the world’s primary producers of PGMs and associated base metals.

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    Our Business

    South Africa

    Bushveld Complex


    Impala Platinum, Implats’ primary operational unit, has operations situated on the Impala lease area on the western limb of the world-renowned Bushveld Complex.

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    Marula Platinum Limited (Marula) is 73% owned by Implats and is one of the first operations to have been developed on the relatively under-exploited eastern limb of the Bushveld Complex in South Africa.

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    Two rivers

    The Two Rivers Platinum Mine (Two Rivers) is a joint venture between African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) (55%) and Impala Platinum Holdings Limited (Implats) (45%).

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    Impala Refining Services (IRS) was created in July 1998 as a dedicated vehicle to house the toll refining and metal concentrate purchases built up by Implats.

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    Our Business


    The Great Dyke


    Zimplats Holdings Limited (Zimplats) is 87% owned by Implats and is located on the Hartley Geological Complex on the Zimbabwean Great Dyke south-west of Harare.

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    Wholly owned by Mimosa Investments Limited, a Mauritius-based company jointly held by Implats and Aquarius Platinum Limited (Aquarius) in a 50:50 joint-venture.

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    All our operations

    Attributable Mineral Resources of 228 million platinum ounces as at 30 June 2011 Read more
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    Sustainable development


    Reporting in line with
    the United Nations Global Compact

    10 Principles of the
    UN Global Compact.


1 July   Start of closed period
28 August   Release of annual results for the financial year 2014
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Interim results FY2014
Results Booklet
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SENS announcements
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Press release
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Segmental information
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Investor pack
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Live presentation 
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Annual results FY2013
Annual financial statements
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Platinum Wage Negotiations
For additional information on the recent platinum wage negotiations, please refer to http://www.platinumwagenegotiations.co.za/

Annual Reporting  

Convertible Bond

Convertible Bond Listing
Terms and Conditions of the Convertible Bond (USD)
Terms and Conditions of the Convertible Bond (ZAR)
8 April 2013 - Convertible Bond Listing (PDF - 5.51MB) 
8 April 2013 - Circular to Shareholders (PDF - 647KB) 

SENS announcements
Wage settlement reached at the Impala Rustenburg operation
24 June 2014 (PDF - 370KB) 
AMCU agrees to take offer to employees
12 June 2014 (PDF - 105KB) 
Resignation of Company Secretary
26 May 2014 (PDF - 98KB) 
Quarter production report
16 May 2014 (PDF - 63KB) 
Implats to take settlement offer directly to employees
25 April 2014 (PDF - 320KB) 
Industrial Action Update
5 March 2014 (PDF - 50.5KB) 
Consolidated interim results
27 February 2014 (PDF - 92 KB) 
CCMA mediation process
21 February 2014 (PDF - 55 KB) 
Interest payment on convertible bond
24 January 2014 (PDF - 65 KB) 
Implats shareholder update 
23 January 2014 (PDF - 104 KB) 
Impala receives strike notice from AMCU
20 January 2014 (PDF - 103 KB) 
Implats strengthens executive leadership
17 January 2014 (PDF - 103 KB) 
Quarterly Reports
Third quarter production report
For the period 01 January to 31 March 2014
16 May 2014
Annual results FY2014
27 February 2014 (PDF - 1.14MB) 
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Friday July 18 / 2014

Clarification note

Further to an announcement by Zimplats on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) this morning, Implats wishes to clarify the impacts of the major underground collapse at the Bimha Mine, which has affected nearly 50% of the current mining footprint at this operation. No injuries or damage to mobile equipment were reported.
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Tuesday June 24 / 2014

Wage settlement reached at the Impala Rustenburg operation

Implats is pleased to advise that a three year wage settlement agreement for its Rustenburg operation has been signed with the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU).
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Thursday June 12 / 2014

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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Thursday May 29 / 2014

Implats responds to AMCU allegations

Johannesburg, 29 May 2014. Impala Platinum Holdings Limited (Implats) notes that AMCU negotiator, Mr Brian Ashley has informed the Cape Town Press Club that the platinum mining companies have been involved in tax evasion activities.
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Friday May 16 / 2014

Third quarter production report For the period 01 January to 31 March 2014

CEO Terence Goodlace commented: “Our good start to the financial year was severely impacted in the third quarter by the protracted wage strike at our Impala Rustenburg operation. Whilst all other operations maintained their strong safety and operational performances, production at Impala was significantly reduced due to the closure of the mine during the strike.

“We remain committed to finding a negotiated wage settlement that is both affordable and sustainable for the business, however, we expect the strike to constrain group performance for the remainder of the financial year. All other operations should continue to meet planned performance targets and the stockpiled concentrates from Marula, Mimosa and Two Rivers will be processed in the current quarter.

The wage offer that has been tabled as part of the wage negotiations with AMCU is fair in the current low platinum price environment. The human tragedy that is unfolding as a result of our employees not earning any income and the violence and intimidation being experienced on the platinum belt is devastating. Implats urges AMCU to moderate their demands and accept the fair wage offer. Employees should be allowed to return to work, while the leadership of AMCU and Impala can engage to find a long-term, viable solution for employees.”

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