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BULK

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2017

Endorsed by: CMA • LEEASA SAIMechE • SAIMH

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ENDORSER OF “BULK HANDLING TODAY”

LIFTING EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION OF SA

• A recognised ECSA Voluntary Association (VA) •

LEEASA is a fully-fledged association devoted to the lifting industry across Southern Africa. Members hale from the crane, forklift, mobile elevated work platform, aerial and suspended access platform, chain hoists, rigging and lifting tackle arenas, etc. Primarily devoted to the LMI’s (Lifting Machinery Inspectors), and LME’s (Lifting Machinery Entities), the association considers safety paramount. As such it serves in an advisory capacity to the SABS, the Department of Labour, various training bodies and the industry at large. LEEASA is recognised by ECSA as a voluntary association. What’s in it for you:

As an Individual member who is registered as a Lifting Machinery Inspector (LMI), you may qualify for any concessionary fee granted by ECSA (this could save you over R1 000 a year).

and other training courses accredited by the association attract ECSA CPD points.

ECSA registered LEEASA members are awarded one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit each year. CPD is an ECSA requirement to retain registration.

Members benefit from the collective power of a recognised and established association and collective co-ordination in dealing with authorities in policy making and matters concerning the industry.

Members obtain a discount on LEEASA seminars. Both these

LEEASA has some 500 members (Individuals and Companies).

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LEEASA Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulations LEEASA Mine Health & Safety Act and Regulations LEEASA Lifting Equipment Inspection & Legal Compliance Register

Available for purchase online at www.leeasa.co.za

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LIFTING EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA Head Office: 8 Boris Road, Bordeaux, Randburg, Johannesburg P.O.Box 2348, Pinegowrie. 2123, Republic of South Africa Tel: 074 900 8378 • www.leeasa.co.za Secretary: Arni Sommer • email: arni@leeasa.co.za

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February 2012


Select Diversified Miners - Net Income Available to Common Shareholders (USDmn)

Select Mining Companies - EBITDA Margin (%)

Select Mining Companies - Number Of Employees

Source: Bloomberg, BMI

Source: Bloomberg, BMI

Note: Data unavailable for Glencore from years 2006-2011 and Rio Tinto for year 2008. Source: Bloomberg, BMI

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DIVERSIFIED MINERS Stronger emerging currencies a disadvantage for miners Exchange Rate Of Select Emerging Market Currencies With The USD

Source: Bloomberg, BMI Capex To Remain Stringent Select Mining Companies - Capital Expenditures (USDmn)

Note: est = Bloomberg estimate.

Source: Bloomberg, BMI

Rio To Remain Outperformer In Terms Of Efficiency Select Miners - Iron Ore Production (mn tonnes) & EBITDA per metric tonne (USD)

Source: Bloomberg, BMI

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DIVERSIFIED MINERS

Vale To Increase Share Further With S11D Mine Absolute Global Production Of Select Commodities (mnt) & Select Miners’ Share Of Production (%)

Source: Bloomberg, BMI

Financial Information Of Major Diversified Mining Companies Company

Vale

Rio Tinto

Anglo American

Glencore

FY 2015

FY 2015

Note: Values in USDmn. Source: Bloomberg, Company Reports, BMI Year

FY 2015

FY 2016

FY 2015

FY 2016

FY 2016

FY 2016

Revenue

23787.33

27316.72

34829

33781

20455

21378

170497

152948

EBITDA

-4027.26

10411.51

8523

11589

-1880

3804

8079

7715

Net Income -13473.3 Available to Common Shareholders

3842.468

-866

4617

-5624

1594

-4964

1379

Profit Margin

-56.6406

14.0664

-2.4864

13.6674

-27.4945

7.4563

-2.9115

0.9016

Historical Market Cap

16953.26

40662.04

52751.78

70146.03

5667.459

18472.21

18957.59

49285.95

Capital -8207.05 Expenditures

-5006.31

-4685

-3012

-4053

-2418

-5372

-3048

Net Debt

25094.59

13593

10191

11072

7118

41303

30700

24905.33

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FINDINGS

Figure 2: Market capitalisation of the top-10 companies as at 31 August 2016 (R ‘billions)

Figure 1: Market capitalisation by commodity

Source: I-Net Bridge, PwC analysis

Source: I-Net Bridge, PwC analysis

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The South African Institute of Materials Handling

Sample

The South African Institute of Materials Handling (SAIMH) is a Non-Profit organisation set up with an objective to encourage the transfer of knowledge associated within the fields of Bulk Materials Handling (conveyors, stacker, reclaimers, tipplers, train loading systems, etc.) through a combination of seminars and networking sessions. The SAIMH is made up of professional engineers, each practising their trade in a variety of organisations who volunteer their time to execute the SAIMH’s objective. The main aim is thus to promote the advancement of the art, science, theory and practice of the Bulk Materials Handling principles and techniques.

Company Affliates as at April 2017 Afripp Projects cc Brelko Conveyor Products (Pty) Ltd Bulkcon CPM Engineering CT Systems cc Conveyor Watch (Pty) Ltd David Brown Gear lndustries (Pty) Ltd ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd Engicon Systems (Pty) Ltd Facet Engineering cc Flexco (SA) (Pty) Ltd

Hagglunds Drives SA (Pty) Ltd Hansen Transmissions SA (Pty) Ltd Hatch Goba (Pty) Ltd lllustech J & A Engineering Services Kimrae Engineering Prolects Loadtech Load Cells (Pty) Ltd MacsteelVRN Martin Engineering Melco Conveyor Equipment Morris Material Handling SA (Pty) Ltd

Osborn Engineered Products (Pty)Ltd PD Engineering Services cc PH Projects Holdings (Pty) Ltd Rio Carb (Pty) Ltd Sandvik Materials Handling Africa Screw Conveyors & Material Handling Senet SEW Eurodrive Spar Western Cape SSAB South Africa (Pty) Ltd Tenova Zest Electric Motors (Pty) Ltd

Tel: (011) 867-0902  Fax: (011) 867-0036  Email: saimh@global.co.za  www.saimh.co.za


FINDINGS

Figure 3: JSE Mining Index vs JSE All Share Index

A one percentage point decline on China’s real GDP growth would lower South Africa’s growth by 0.3 percentage points after one quarter June 2012 = 100 Source: I-Net Bridge, PwC analysis Figure 4: JSE Mining Index vs HSBC Global Mining Index

June 2012 = 100 Source: I-Net Bridge, PwC analysis Figure 5: Percentage mining revenue per commodity 2016 vs 2015

Source: Stats SA, PwC analysis

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FINDINGS

Figure 6: Annual mining revenue per commodity (R ‘billions)

Source: Stats SA, PwC analysis

Figure 7: Annual mining revenue per commodity (R ‘billions)

Source: Stats SA, PwC analysis

Figure 8: Commodities at USD-indexed prices

The high proportion of labour cost is as a result of labour-intensive deep-level conventional mining prevalent in South Africa

June 2011 = 100 Source: Worldbank, PwC analysis

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FINDINGS

Figure 10: Comparison of indexed USD exchange rates

June 2014 = 100 Source: Worldbank, PwC analysis Figure 11: Indexed CPI adjusted real-rand prices per commodity

2016 saw a marginal upturn as a result of the improved performance of the gold mining companies

June 2005 = 100 Source: World Bank. Stats SA, PwC analysis

Figure 12: Basket of Mining costs vs CPI

Source: Stats SA, PwC analysis

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FINDINGS

Figure 13: Indexed annual production per commodity

June 2006 = 100 Source: Stats SA, PwC Analysis

Figure 14: Indexed unit cost adjusted real prices per commodity:

The reality is that mining input costs increased significantly more than the CPI

June 2006 = 100 Source: World Bank, PwC Analysis Figure 15: Fatalities per commodity for years ended 30 June

Source: Department of Mineral Resources, PwC analysis

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FINDINGS

Source: Company annual reports Figure 16: Top 9 companies’ lost time injury frequency per million man hours

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GOLD MINING

M&A Deals On The Rise Global - Gold Mining M&A (Number of Deals)

BMI, Bloomberg

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GOLD MINING

Earnings Up, Debt Down Select Companies - Debt/Equity Ratio (LHC) & EBITDA (USDmn, RHC)

Note: * = Debt/Equity f ull year results for NewCrest Mining andRandgold Resources, H116 for AngloGold and average Q116-Q316 for Gold Corp and Barrick Gol d. EBITDA full year result s for New c rest and Randgold, Bloomberg estimate for others. Source: Bloomberg Cash Flow Not Leading To Expenditure Select Companies - Capital Expenditure (USDmn, LHC) & Randgold Resources - Select Financial Data (RHC)

E = Bloomberg Estimate. Source: Bloomberg, BMI

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Ludovic Subran

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Africa GDP Growth-and Country Risk Forecast

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Cumulative trade gains ( USD billion) by 2025

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This truck was designed by the ATS operations team to enable us to roll up literally kilometres of conveyor belts at clients’ mining operations

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Paul Runge

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