Integrated Annual Report 2014

Our vision:

Superior value creation
for all stakeholders
through a culture of caring

Key figures

Gold produced
1.59Moz
All-in cost
US$1,080/oz
Operating profit
R7,469m
Employees
44,411
Resources
28.4Moz
Panoramic view of Sibanye mine

Management reports

Sello Moloko, Chairman

”I am proud to report that, in less than two years, Sibanye has taken its place among the country’s gold champions and as one of the world’s top producers of the precious metal.”

Sello Moloko, Chairman

Perspective from the Chair

Neal Froneman, Chief Executive Officer

”Sibanye, underpinned by its high-quality operations, which generate solid, consistent cash flow, will continue to deliver superior value for all stakeholders, consistent with its vision.”

Neal Froneman, Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive’s report

Charl Keyter, Chief Financial Officer

”The industry leading dividend of 112 SA cents per share was underpinned by solid production results and our relentless efforts to mitigate inflationary cost pressures.”

Charl Keyter, Chief Financial Officer

Financial report

Leveraging our resources to deliver value

  • TIMBER USED

    104.5Mt

    CEMENT USED

    145t

    BLASTING AGENTS

    4,175t

  • ROCK MINED

    7.7Mt

  • TOTAL ORE (SURFACE AND UNDERGROUND) MILLED

    18.2Mt

  • MATERIAL REMOVED TO ROCK DUMPS

    0.6Mt

  • SURFACE MATERIAL RECYCLED

    10.9Mt

  • TAILINGS PRODUCED AND REMOVED TO TAILINGS STORAGE FACILITIES

    15.7Mt

  • SLAG REMOVED

    63.7t

  • ELECTROWINNING SLUDGE

    66,845t

  • CYANIDE USED

    11,758t

    CAUSTIC SODA USED

    2,947t

    HYDROCHLORIC ACID USED

    3,579t

  • DORÉ PRODUCED

    56,8t

  • GOLD PRODUCED

    49,432kg (1.59Moz)

 
Sibanye employees

Downloads: Annual report suite 2014

This integrated report for the year ended 31 December 2014 provides shareholders with an overview of the context, performance and objectives of the business; the resources and capacity it has at its disposal; and how these are used to deliver value for all of its stakeholders. It should be read in cunjunction with the other reports in the 2014 suite.

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