INVESTMENT BANKING | EQUITY CAPITAL FUND | 19 JANUARY 2021 Harmony Gold Mining – ZAR 3.5 billion Accelerated Bookbuild Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Insights and Events > Harmony Gold – ZAR3.5 billion Accelerated Bookbuild SHARE Harmony Gold Mining – ZAR 3.5 billion Accelerated Bookbuild Harmony Gold Mining is a JSE listed gold mining and exploration company with operations in South Africa and Papua New Guinea and it is the largest gold producer in South Africa by volume. In June 2020, Harmony successfully raised ZAR3.5 billion to support the acquisition of Mponeng and Mining Waste Solutions from JSE listed counterpart AngloGold Ashanti. The acquisition and capital raise formed part of Harmony’s strategy to grow its operations building on its vast experience of acquiring, operating, and optimising value from mining operations. Absa acted as joint Bookrunner for the R3.5billion capital raise via accelerated bookbuild. Contact: Samira Hassanally, Head of Equity Capital Markets to find out more. https://cib.absa.africa/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/file_example_MP3_700KB.mp3 Related Articles EVENTS Macro Conference 2021 We are proud to bring you the fifth edition of our annual Macro Conference, designed to challenge and inspire your thinking. With this conference, we aim to help clients “take a step back” from day-to-day information and focus on the bigger strategic picture as influenced by developments in the macro-environment. EVENTS Absa Cape Epic That time of the year has come. It’s time for The Absa Cape Epic and your opportunity to explore and traverse the exquisite Western Cape from the best seat in the house; the back of a bike. This year’s race promises a fusion of rugged, scenic and unchartered territories. Over 600 kilometres of cycling, only the brave and passionate will cross the finish line. DEALS Building a better Africa with innovative financing solutions Our partnerships are made possible by a dedicated team of property finance experts ENTERTAINMENT Stimulate All the Senses at Les Créatifs The Champagne in Africa team had the good fortune to interview Chef Wandile Mabaso creative food artist, owner and Chef of Les Créatifs Restaurant in Bryanston, whilst savouring the delicious lunch menu.