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    Implats produces approximately 22% of the world's supply of primary platinum

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    Our Business

    South Africa

    Bushveld Complex


    Impala is the group's primary operating unit and has operations situated on the Impala lease area on the western limb of the world-renowned Bushveld Complex.

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    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

    Two Rivers, a joint venture between African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) (55%) and Impala Platinum Holdings Limited (Implats) (45%), is situated on the eastern limb of the bushveld complex in South Africa

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    Impala Refining Services (IRS) was established in 1998 to take advantage of Impala's excess concentrating, smelting and refining capacity.

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    Our Business


    The Great Dyke


    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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    Mimosa is jointly held by Implats (50%) and Aquarius Platinum (50%) and is located on the southern tip of the great Dyke in Zimbabwe.

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    All our operations

    Attributable mineral resources of 212Moz Pt
    as at 30 June 2014
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    Sustainable development


    Reporting in line with
    the United Nations Global Compact

    10 Principles of the
    UN Global Compact.


01 January   Start of closed period
26 February   Release of Interim results for the finantial year 2015
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Annual results FY2014  
Annual financial statements
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Results Booklet
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Segmental information
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SENS announcements
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Press release
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Investor Pack
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Conference call
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Annual Reporting    

SENS announcements  
Implementation of a Zimbabwean export levy
31 January 2015 (PDF - 112KB) 
Impala Platinum Limited: Employee equity transition
11 December 2014 (PDF - 119KB) 
Implats trading statement
9 December 2014 (PDF - 284KB) 
Implats first quarter production report
29 October 2014 (PDF - 118KB) 
Results of annual general meeting and change of directorate
23 October 2014 (PDF - 486KB) 
Dealing in securities by a director
29 September 2014 (PDF - 299KB) 
No change statement & notice of AGM
25 September 2014 (PDF - 124KB) 
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) 

Quarterly Reports  
First quarter production report
For the period 01 July to 30 September 2014
29 October 2014

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Friday January 31 / 2015

Implementation of a Zimbabwean export levy

Implats wishes to inform shareholders that a 15% export levy on unbeneficiated platinum group metal (PGM) revenue in Zimbabwe became effective from 1 January 2015, as per the Finance Act (No. 3), 2014 (Act 11 of 2014).
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Thursday December 11 / 2014

Impala Platinum Limited: Employee equity transition

Implats has concluded an equity transaction for the benefit of qualifying employees of its subsidiary company, Impala Platinum Limited. Implats’ Chief Executive Officer, Terence Goodlace commented, “This transaction provides a meaningful way of aligning employees’ interests with the future profitability of Impala, while also increasing the ownership of Historically Disadvantaged South Africans to well above the 26% level.
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Thursday August 28 / 2014

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 results. 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 strike.
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