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|05 Mar 2010||$0.0208||0.00%||Final||19 Mar 2010|
|17 Aug 2009||$0.0179||0.00%||Interim||28 Aug 2009|
|02 Mar 2009||$0.0155||0.00%||Final||13 Mar 2009|
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|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Anglogold Ashanti Ltd is one of the largest gold miners. The company also produces silver and sulphuric acid as by-products. Its operating divisions are Continental Africa, Australia, and the Americas. The firm generates a majority of its revenue from Continental Africa which includes Ghana, Guinea, Mali, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Tanzania.
|20 Oct 2021||$5.00||$0.00||0.00%||6,893||$4.95||$5.02||$4.93|
|19 Oct 2021||$5.00||$-0.10||-1.96%||4,503||$5.00||$5.07||$5.00|
|18 Oct 2021||$5.10||$0.01||0.20%||20,994||$5.06||$5.13||$5.00|
|15 Oct 2021||$5.09||$0.04||0.79%||15,517||$4.98||$5.09||$4.95|
|14 Oct 2021||$5.05||$0.20||4.12%||35,530||$4.94||$5.09||$4.94|
|13 Oct 2021||$4.85||$0.08||1.68%||31,445||$4.77||$4.90||$4.77|
|12 Oct 2021||$4.77||$-0.04||-0.83%||2,807||$4.80||$4.80||$4.66|
|11 Oct 2021||$4.81||$0.13||2.78%||12,631||$4.70||$4.81||$4.64|
|08 Oct 2021||$4.68||$0.11||2.41%||32,431||$4.67||$4.70||$4.57|
|07 Oct 2021||$4.57||$0.14||3.16%||17,919||$4.60||$4.69||$4.54|
|06 Oct 2021||$4.43||$-0.01||-0.23%||17,823||$4.44||$4.52||$4.37|
|05 Oct 2021||$4.44||$0.08||1.83%||42,296||$4.48||$4.54||$4.35|
|04 Oct 2021||$4.36||$0.05||1.16%||7,445||$4.31||$4.41||$4.31|
|01 Oct 2021||$4.31||$0.14||3.36%||21,071||$4.25||$4.50||$4.25|
|30 Sep 2021||$4.17||$0.01||0.24%||18,548||$4.17||$4.20||$4.10|
|29 Sep 2021||$4.16||$0.06||1.46%||8,343||$4.17||$4.17||$4.12|
|28 Sep 2021||$4.10||$-0.02||-0.49%||13,150||$4.12||$4.16||$4.05|
|27 Sep 2021||$4.12||$-0.01||-0.24%||8,063||$4.12||$4.19||$4.00|
|24 Sep 2021||$4.13||$0.02||0.49%||8,565||$4.20||$4.20||$4.10|
|23 Sep 2021||$4.11||$-0.10||-2.38%||15,269||$4.30||$4.30||$4.11|
|22 Sep 2021||$4.21||$0.17||4.21%||12,692||$4.12||$4.22||$4.12|
|21 Sep 2021||$4.04||$0.04||1.00%||10,594||$4.01||$4.07||$3.95|
|25 Aug 2021||Alan Ferguson||Buy||5||$80,550||
On-market trade. 5,000 - American Depositary Receipts
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As per announcement on 27/08/2021
|13 Aug 2021||Maria Ritcher||Buy||1||$15,910||
On-market trade. 1,000 - American Depositary Receipts
Trading in $USD.
As per announcement on 24/08/2021
|18 May 2021||Kojo Busia||Buy||1||$25,350||
On-market trade. 1,000 - American Depositary Receipts
As per announcement on 21/05/2021.
|Mr Rhidwaan Gasant||Non-Executive DirectorLead Independent Director||Aug 2010||
Mr Gasant was previously the Chief Executive Officer of Energy Africa Limited. He serves as a director and chairs the Audit and Risk Committees of international companies in the MTN Group. His other directorships include those in the Rapid African Energy Holdings Group and Edcon Limited.
|Ms Christine Ramon||Chief Financial OfficerExecutive DirectorInterim Chief Executive Officer||Oct 2014||
Ms Ramon held senior management and executive positions in various companies, including CFO at Sasol from 2006 to 2013 after having served as CEO of Johnnic Holdings. Christine currently serves as Deputy Chair of the Financial Reporting Standards Council of South Africa. Christine is also the chairperson of the CFO Forum of South Africa.
|Mr Albert Garner||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2015||
Mr Garner has experience in capital markets, corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions having worked with Lazard Freres & Co., LLC for 39 years in various leadership positions. He is one of the senior bankers at Lazard, currently leading their committee practice and chairing their fairness opinion committee. He formerly led Lazard's corporate finance practice. Albert became a general partner in 1989 and is now Vice Chair - Investment Banking. Over the past 10 years he has advised and acted as lead adviser to more than 50 companies and their boards of directors on transformative transactions.
|Ms Maria Ritcher||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2015||
Ms Richter is an experienced non-executive director who has served on a range of UK and International boards. She previously served on the board of National Grid plc in the UK from 2003 to July 2014 where she was the chairperson of the finance committee and member of the audit and nominations committees. She currently sits on the boards of Rexel Group, France and Bessemer Trust and is a member of the audit and compensation committees of Rexel and the remuneration committee of Bessemer Trust. On 1 September 2017, she joined the divisional board of Barclays International and in April 2018, she transitioned from Barclays International to the board of Barclays Bank plc and is a member of both its risk and remuneration committees. Maria's professional career spanned 1980 to 2002 during which time she served in various positions at the former Dewey Ballantine, Prudential, Salomon Brothers Inc. and Morgan Stanley & Co.
|Mr Alan Ferguson||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2018||
Mr Ferguson has experience in a range of finance roles. He was a former chief financial officer of a number of FTSE-listed entities, including Lonmin Plc during his career as an executive, and since 2011 he has held non-executive directorships on a number of boards, including current positions with Johnson Matthey, Croda International and Marshall Motors Holdings, all based, and listed, in the United Kingdom.
|Mr Jochen Tilk||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2019||
Mr Tilk is the former Executive Chair of Nutrien Inc. He is the former president and chief executive officer of Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan. Jochen, previously spent 25 years with Inmet Mining Corporation with 5 of those years as the company's president and chief executive officer. He is also a director of Emera Inc and the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.
|Ms Maria Ramos||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Jun 2019||
Ms Ramos brings to the role exceptional experience in leadership roles across both the private and public sectors. Previously, Maria served as the Chief Executive Officer of Absa Group Limited. Before joining Absa Group as Group Chief Executive, Maria was the Group Chief Executive of Transnet, the state-owned freight transport and logistics service provider for five years. This was after serving as Director-General of the National Treasury for seven years. She led Transnet through a financial, cultural and operational turnaround. During her tenure as Director-General of the National Treasury, she played a role in transforming the Treasury into one of the effective and efficient state departments in the post-apartheid administration. Maria currently is a board member and part of the Compensation and Nomination committee at Compagnie Financiere Richemont.
|Ms Nelisiwe Magubane||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2020||
Ms Magubane has experience in the energy sector, having started her career in Eskom. After a stint in the private sector as a consulting electrical engineer, she joined the Department of Minerals and Energy as the chief director responsible for the restructuring of the electricity sector, planning and implementation of the electrification programme. She was later appointed as the Deputy Director General responsible for the development of the policies that govern electricity, nuclear and clean energy in South Africa. In 2009, Ms Magubane was appointed as Director General of Energy, responsible for, amongst other things, the development of the integrated resource plan and improved access to electricity for over a million households in four years. She has been appointed to the current board of Eskom Holdings SOC Limited as a non-executive director. Ms Magubane has established Matleng Energy Solutions.
|Dr Kojo Busia||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2020||
Dr Busia has 25 years of working experience in African natural resources governance. He recently held the position of Chief of the Natural Resources Management Section, Technology, Climate Change and Natural Resource Management Division, at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA). He previously served as coordinator of the African Mineral Development Centre (AMDC) at the UNECA, where he was charged with the implementation of the African Mining Vision, an African Union policy framework for sustainable mineral resources development. Prior to heading the AMDC, Dr Busia spent nearly a decade leading the African Peer Review Mechanism Support Section, Governance and Public Administration Division, also at the UNECA. In addition, Dr Busia has served on several advisory boards including the Responsible Mining Foundation, Global Mining Sustainability and Mining Indaba's Sustainability Advisory Committee.
|Mr Alberto Calderon||Chief Executive Officer||Sep 2021||
|Ms Lucy Mokoka||Company Secretary||Jan 2021||
|Alberto Calderon||Chief Executive Officer||
|Lucy Mokoka||Company Secretary||
|Ian Kramer||Interim Chief Financial Officer||
|Not disclosed in Annual Report||0||0.00%|