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Q3 2016 Production Report

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Q3 2016 Production Report

Third Quarter 2016 Production Report and Business Update

Lonmin Plc ('Lonmin' or 'the Company'), one of the world's largest primary platinum producers, today announces its production results for the quarter ended 30 June 2016 (unaudited) and a business update. Ben Magara, Chief Executive Officer, said: 'Another good quarter in a challenging operating environment. Again I am pleased that we continue to focus and execute on our committed strategy.'

Third Quarter Highlights

· LTIFR improved by 4.5%. Sadly two colleagues were fatally injured. We declared and held a Tripartite Safety Day on 14 July, in conjunction with the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) and The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU)

· Mined Platinum ounces up 3.3% to 166,581, notwithstanding the rationalisation of the workforce by 19% (compared to people as at 30 June 2015)

· Concentrator recoveries continue to be industry leading at 87%

· Produced 2.6 million tonnes from underground mining, broadly flat on Q3 2015

· Generation 2 shafts production up 8.7% to 2 million tonnes, and productivity up 6%

· Unit costs reduced by 2.2% year-on-year to R10,596 per PGM ounce (6E basis), in spite of RSA CPI of 6.3% and increased safety stoppages

· Average Rand full basket price (including base metals) up 9.2% on Q3 2015, at R11,864 per PGM ounce

· Refined production of 173,512 and sales of 162,725 Platinum ounces on track to achieve full-year guidance

· Net cash of $91 million as at 30 June 2016, after working capital and capital expenditure investment of $51 million. Total Liquidity at 30 June 2016 was $451 million

3 months

3 months

to 30 Jun

to 30 Jun

2016

2015

Tonnes

Generation 2

kt

2 043

1 881

mined

Generation 1

kt

526

698

Generation 3

kt

18

Total underground

kt

2 569

2 597

Opencast

kt

63

Lonmin (100%, incl Pandora)

Total tonnes mined

kt

2 569

2 659

% tonnes mined from UG2 reef

%

74.6%

74.0%

Lonmin (attributable)

Total tonnes mined

kt

2 508

2 604

Ounces

Lonmin (incl Pandora)

Platinum

oz

166 581

161 204

mined

PGMs

oz

320 514

310 051

Tonnes

Total

kt

2 514

2 811

milled

Head grade

g/t

4.68

4.40

Recovery rate

%

87.0%

86.7%

Metals-in-

Platinum

oz

164 647

172 672

concentrate

Total PGMs

oz

316 480

332 355

Sales

Platinum

oz

162 725

231 778

refined metal

Total PGMs

oz

315 091

437 160

Average prices

$ basket incl. by-product revenue

$/oz

796

907

R basket incl. by-product revenue

ZAR/oz

11 864

10 861

Exchange rate

Average rate for period

ZAR/$

14.99

12.08

Unit costs

Cost of production per PGM ounce

ZAR/oz

10 596

10 839

Third Quarter Production Overview

Safety

· The 12 month rolling LTIFR to 30 June improved by 4.5% to 4.87 per million man hours from 5.10 at 31 March.

· Regrettably, two colleagues were fatally injured in April and May, and after the period end there was another fatality at our E3 shaft in July.

· We have intensified our focus on a number of safety initiativesthrough visible felt leadership and direct employee engagement.This includes continued focus on Fatal Risk Control Protocols relating to Fall of Ground and Scraping & Rigging; mining industry occupational safety and health initiatives (MOSH); hands and finger injury prevention campaigns; cross-site safety audits; the roll out of people and vehicle detection systems; compliance audits on contractors and contractor management; and training through on-the-job team coaching and leadership coaching sessions.

· We also declared and held a Tripartite Safety Day on 14 July at Rowland and E3 shafts, incorporating our key stakeholders including the DMR and AMCU, in our continuing efforts to prioritise improving safety performance. Alongside the Company, the focus on safety was also reiterated to employees by Mr Joseph Mathunjwa, the President of AMCU, and Mr Monageng Mothiba, Principal Inspector of Mines for the Rustenburg region and our CEO.

· Our safety strategy is centred on the belief that zero harm is achievable and important contributions are required from all stakeholders to achieve it.

Mining Operations

The Marikana underground mining operations (including Pandora) produced 2.6 million tonnes during the third quarter, a decrease of 1.1% or 28,000 tonnes on the prior year period, reflecting the planned decrease in production from the Generation 1 shafts in line with our strategy to reduce high cost production in a low price environment. Mine production was also impacted by the Section 54 safety stoppages associated with the fatalities.

This production level was achieved in spite of the rationalisation of the workforce by 19% or 6,861 people as at 30 June 2015, comprising a reduction of 5,433 employees and contractors and the efficient reskilling and redeployment into vacant roles of 1,428 employees. The vacancies were predominantly as a result of a deliberate freeze on recruitment and losses due to natural attrition.

Generation 2 shafts

Production from our core Generation 2 shafts (K3, Rowland, Saffy and 4B/1B) was 2 million tonnes, an increase of 8.7% on Q3 2015 and accounted for 80% of total tonnes mined, emphasizing our continued focus on improving productivity at these shafts, which make up Lonmin's future.

· Saffy shaft produced 518,000 tonnes, an increase of 19.5% on Q3 2015 as this shaft is now running at full production.

· 4B/1B produced 427,000 tonnes, an increase of 16% on Q3 2015, despite the closure of 1B shaft in October 2015. (1B produced 52 000 tonnes in Q3 2015).

· K3 produced 661,000 tonnes, an increase of 9.4% on Q3 2015.

· Rowland shaft produced 437,000 tonnes, a decrease of 38,000 tonnes or 7.9% on Q3 2015. Production losses of 53,000 tonnes occurred mainly due to section 54 stoppages following the unfortunate fatality at this shaft.

Productivity at our Generation 2 shafts at 5.8 square metres per mining employee for Q3 YTD 2016 improved by 6% on Q3 YTD 2015. The increase in productivity is mainly due to labour rationalisation at these shafts, our Theory of Constraints (TOC) initiatives and a drive to reduce absenteeism.

Generation 1 shafts

In line with the Group's rationalisation of high cost areas, production from our Generation 1 shafts (Hossy, Newman, W1, E1, E2, E3 and Pandora (100%)) at 526,000 tonnes was 24.7% lower than Q3 2015. These shafts are managed as a coherent unit, which provides better flexibility to retain/close them, depending on their profit contribution to the Company.

Ore reserves

Operational flexibility was preserved with the immediately available ore reserve position of 3.9 million square metres at the end of Q3 2016, or 22 months average production.

Production Losses

A total of some 243,000 tonnes of production was lost in the quarter due to Section 54 safety stoppages compared to 260,000 tonnes in Q3 2015. This sustained level of lost production is disappointing. We believe safety is a proxy for good performance and the board and management have implemented the safety initiatives highlighted above most importantly to improve safety and to reduce production losses.

Q3 2016

Q3 2015

Tonnes

Tonnes

Section 54 safety stoppages

243,000

260,000

Management induced safety stoppages and other

68,000

41,000

Total tonnes lost

311,000

301,000

Process Operations

Milling production in the quarter of 2.5 million tonnes was in line with tonnes mined of 2.6 million tonnes, but 10.6% lower than the 2.8 million milled in Q3 2015, as a result of an ore stockpile that was milled in 2015. However, mined saleable ounces increased by 3.3% to 166,581 and the platinum production (Metal in Concentrate) was only 4.6% lower and the PGMs in concentrate were only 4.8% lower than Q3 2015 due to an improvement in underground grade.

Underground milled head grade at 4.69 grammes per tonnes (5PGE+Au) increased by 5.9% when compared to the 4.42 grammes per tonne achieved in Q3 2015 due to improved ore mix. The overall milled head grade was 4.68 grammes per tonne, up 6.4% on the prior year period due to the decrease in lower grade opencast ore.

Concentrator recoveries for the quarter continue to be excellent and industry leading at 87.0%.

Total refined Platinum production at 173,512 ounces was 28.1% lower than Q3 2015, but in line with the plan and the Q2 2016 refined Platinum production of 177,444 ounces. Total PGMs produced were 348,712 ounces, a decrease of 22.7% on Q3 2015. Total PGM production in Q3 2015 was the highest volume refined in a single quarter since Q4 2013, as a result of the release of built-up metal stock following the repairs and reopening of Number One furnace in March 2015 and reopening of Number Two furnace in January 2015.

Refined Platinum production benefited from the smelter clean-up project, which released 8,865 ounces during the quarter. The Other Precious Metals Plant, which was commissioned in H1 2016, significantly increased the production of Rhodium and Iridium due to improved recoveries and pipeline shortening. As a result, total refined Rhodium production at 35,120 ounces was higher than the saleable Rhodium-in-concentrate of 23,825 ounces and total refined Iridium production at 10,459 ounces was higher than the saleable Iridium-in-concentrate of 8,101 ounces.

Sales & Pricing

Platinum sales for the quarter at 162,725 ounces were slightly lower than refined production to accommodate customer delivery schedules. This was a decrease of 29.8% or 69,054 ounces compared with Q3 2015, when the refined production was extremely high due to the release of built-up stock following the smelter outages during 2015. PGM sales were 315,091 ounces, down 27.9% on the comparatively high Q3 2015 sales.

The US Dollar basket price (including base metal revenue) at $796 per ounce during the quarter was down 12.2% on Q3 2015 while the corresponding Rand basket price (R11,864 per ounce) was 9.2% higher than the prior year period and 7.5% higher than Q2 2016 impacted by the Rand weakness. The average Rand to US Dollar exchange rate was 24.2% weaker at 14.99 compared to 12.08 in Q3 2015.

Unit costs

Unit costs for the quarter were contained to R10,596 per PGM ounce, a year on year decrease of 2.2%, demonstrating the success of the cost cutting programme outlined in our business plan, notwithstanding increased safety stoppages and despite the 8.2% year on year increase in labour costs and the RSA CPI of 6.3% for June 2016.

Wage negotiations update

We have entered into negotiations with AMCU for wage increases effective 1 July 2016. The negotiations have started well and have been constructive as we have been working closely with our employees and unions. Union membership remains stable with AMCU representing 80% and 90.7% of overall Company employees and category 4-9 employees respectively.

Bulk tailings treatment

We have secured third party funding for the Bulk Tailings Treatment project. All material agreements are being finalised and we have obtained consent from Lonmin's lending banks to proceed with this transaction. We are now finalising the remaining supporting documentation and expect to have access to the first tranche of project funding thereafter.

FTSE4Good index series

Lonmin is pleased to advise that it has been confirmed a constituent of the FTSE4Good Index Series following the review of our strong environmental, social and governance practices.

Kenya JV

Lonmin is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Acacia Mining plc to dispose of the 49% stake in West Kenya JV for a cash consideration of $5 million. This is in line with our strategy of divesting non-core assets and maximising cash to focus on our core platinum operations.

Outlook and Guidance

The period we are reporting on has been marked by complex and competing themes as the operating environment has remained challenging. Whilst we are pleased with the implementation of our business plan, we have yet to fully harness the associated benefits and productivity gains. As the disruption created by the employee and contractor rationalisation process settles down we expect the mining teams to return to the long run target levels of production with the objective of improving cash generation.

Historically, the fourth quarter of our financial year which has the most uninterrupted working days, is our strongest, on the back of a smooth uninterrupted mining production run. We are, however, conscious of a number of events occurring during this year's fourth quarter, including local government elections, wage negotiations, and various holidays, which have the potential to interfere with production. We will monitor these events closely to reduce the impact on production and ultimately unit costs.

We remain focused on addressing the root causes of safety incidents as demonstrated by the Tripartite Safety Day we held on 14 July 2016 with our stakeholders and on reducing absenteeism.

In light of the above, we anticipate achieving unit costs in FY16 of between R10,400 and R10,700 per PGM ounce.

We expect to achieve our Platinum sales guidance of 700,000 ounces for the year.

Capital expenditure guidance remains unchanged at $105 million, although this could be impacted by currency fluctuations.

- ENDS -

ENQUIRIES

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Media:

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Notes to editors

Lonmin, which is listed on both the London Stock Exchange and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, is one of the world's largest primary producers of PGMs. These metals are essential for many industrial applications, especially catalytic converters for internal combustion engine emissions, as well as their widespread use in jewellery.

Lonmin's operations are situated in the Bushveld Igneous Complex in South Africa, where more than 70% of known global PGM resources are located.

The Company creates value through mining, refining and marketing PGMs and has a vertically integrated operational structure - from mine to market. Underpinning the operations is the Shared Services function which provides high quality levels of support and infrastructure across the operations.

For further information please visit our website: http://www.lonmin.com

3 months

3 months

9 months

9 months

to 30 Jun

to 30 Jun

to 30 Jun

to 30 Jun

2016

2015

2016

2015

Tonnes mined

Generation 2

K3 Shaft

kt

661

604

1 979

1 940

Rowland Shaft

kt

437

475

1 245

1 401

Saffy Shaft

kt

518

433

1 507

1 264

4B/1B Shaft

kt

427

368

1 196

1 190

Generation 2

kt

2 043

1 881

5 927

5 795

Generation 1

Hossy Shaft

kt

187

195

521

729

Newman Shaft

kt

45

192

290

592

W1 Shaft

kt

41

45

129

134

East 1 Shaft

kt

39

37

109

111

East 2 Shaft

kt

73

99

227

293

East 3 Shaft

kt

20

19

43

51

Pandora (100%)

kt

123

110

387

420

Generation 1

kt

526

698

1 705

2 330

Generation 3

K4 Shaft

kt

18

0

41

Total underground

kt

2 569

2 597

7 632

8 166

Opencast

kt

63

10

171

Lonmin (100%)

Total tonnes mined (100%)

kt

2 569

2 659

7 642

8 336

% tonnes mined from UG2 reef

%

74.6%

74.0%

75.7%

75.5%

Lonmin (attributable)

Underground & Opencast

kt

2 508

2 604

7 448

8 117

Ounces mined

Lonmin excluding Pandora

Platinum

oz

157 984

154 040

461 351

492 585

Pandora (100%)

Platinum

oz

8 597

7 164

26 657

28 279

Lonmin

Platinum

oz

166 581

161 204

488 008

520 864

Lonmin excluding Pandora

PGMs

oz

303 620

295 889

885 706

944 707

Pandora (100%)

PGMs

oz

16 893

14 162

52 318

55 774

Lonmin

PGMs

oz

320 514

310 051

938 024

1 000 481

Tonnes milled

Marikana

Underground

kt

2 382

2 642

7 107

8 127

Opencast

kt

9

59

60

266

Total

kt

2 391

2 701

7 166

8 393

Pandora

Underground

kt

123

110

387

438

Lonmin Platinum

Underground

kt

2 505

2 752

7 494

8 565

Head grade

g/t

4.69

4.42

4.61

4.52

Recovery rate

%

87.0%

86.7%

86.9%

86.9%

Opencast

kt

9

59

60

266

Head grade

g/t

3.04

3.12

2.81

3.08

Recovery rate

%

83.8%

85.0%

83.9%

85.2%

Total

kt

2 514

2 811

7 554

8 831

Head grade

g/t

4.68

4.40

4.59

4.48

Recovery rate

%

87.0%

86.7%

86.8%

86.9%

3 months

3 months

9 months

9 months

to 30 Jun

to 30 Jun

to 30 Jun

to 30 Jun

2016

2015

2016

2015

Metals-in-

Marikana

Platinum

oz

155 010

163 840

456 130

520 366

concentrate

palladium

oz

72 516

76 956

212 642

241 143

Gold

oz

3 730

3 818

10 953

12 232

Rhodium

oz

22 302

23 729

65 952

76 595

Ruthenium

oz

36 840

39 266

107 831

124 656

Iridium

oz

7 572

7 800

21 556

24 327

Total PGMs

oz

297 970

315 410

875 063

999 319

Nickel

MT

775

829

2 280

2 618

Copper

MT

477

515

1 403

1 620

Pandora

Platinum

oz

8 597

7 164

26 657

29 375

palladium

oz

4 058

3 373

12 478

13 671

Gold

oz

27

20

79

101

Rhodium

oz

1 416

1 192

4 407

5 010

Ruthenium

oz

2 315

2 024

7 235

8 212

Iridium

oz

481

389

1 462

1 563

Total PGMs

oz

16 893

14 162

52 318

57 932

Nickel

MT

21

16

79

63

Copper

MT

8

7

26

28

Concentrate

Platinum

oz

1 039

1 667

3 304

4 916

purchases

palladium

oz

272

496

1 083

1 493

Gold

oz

3

4

12

15

Rhodium

oz

106

228

407

642

Ruthenium

oz

147

294

620

839

Iridium

oz

48

92

169

261

Total PGMs

oz

1 616

2 783

5 596

8 166

Nickel

MT

0

1

2

2

Copper

MT

0

1

1

2

Lonmin Platinum

Platinum

oz

164 647

172 672

486 091

554 657

palladium

oz

76 846

80 825

226 204

256 307

Gold

oz

3 760

3 843

11 044

12 348

Rhodium

oz

23 825

25 149

70 766

82 248

Ruthenium

oz

39 301

41 584

115 686

133 707

Iridium

oz

8 101

8 282

23 186

26 151

Total PGMs

oz

316 480

332 355

932 977

1 065 417

Nickel

MT

796

846

2 360

2 684

Copper

MT

485

523

1 430

1 650

3 months

3 months

9 months

9 months

to 30 Jun

to 30 Jun

to 30 Jun

to 30 Jun

2016

2015

2016

2015

Refined

Lonmin refined

Platinum

oz

173 302

241 170

520 065

502 977

production

metal production

palladium

oz

82 590

111 938

237 687

232 018

Gold

oz

4 585

5 628

14 113

12 298

Rhodium

oz

35 085

25 317

88 855

62 216

Ruthenium

oz

42 268

61 388

120 691

122 310

Iridium

oz

10 404

5 300

30 844

17 203

Total PGMs

oz

348 233

450 742

1 012 255

949 021

Toll refined metal

Platinum

oz

210

2 331

496

production

palladium

oz

100

599

186

Gold

oz

4

24

9

Rhodium

oz

35

35

170

61

Ruthenium

oz

75

79

640

2 024

Iridium

oz

55

30

91

543

Total PGMs

oz

479

144

3 856

3 320

Total refined PGMs

Platinum

oz

173 512

241 170

522 396

503 473

palladium

oz

82 690

111 938

238 286

232 204

Gold

oz

4 589

5 628

14 137

12 307

Rhodium

oz

35 120

25 353

89 025

62 277

Ruthenium

oz

42 343

61 467

121 331

124 334

Iridium

oz

10 459

5 330

30 935

17 746

Total PGMs

oz

348 712

450 885

1 016 110

952 341

Base metals

Nickel

MT

930

1 200

2 673

2 557

Copper

MT

519

710

1 531

1 495

Sales

Refined metal sales

Platinum

oz

162 725

231 778

524 607

497 719

palladium

oz

77 134

108 745

239 879

232 993

Gold

oz

4 200

4 560

14 845

11 610

Rhodium

oz

28 122

26 369

89 283

57 558

Ruthenium

oz

31 511

61 207

113 605

134 807

Iridium

oz

11 400

4 500

32 142

17 220

Total PGMs

oz

315 091

437 160

1 014 360

951 907

Nickel

MT

744

775

2 525

2 276

Copper

MT

563

402

1 641

1 186

Chrome

MT

277 489

350 839

1 030 468

1 118 252

Average

Platinum

$/oz

1 005

1 114

936

1 153

prices

palladium

$/oz

565

756

556

771

Gold

$/oz

1 510

1 468

1 404

1 494

Rhodium

$/oz

673

1 036

684

1 116

$ basket excl. by-product revenue

$/oz

760

869

716

894

$ basket incl. by-product revenue

$/oz

796

907

755

950

R basket excl. by-product revenue

R/oz

11 321

10 408

10 682

10 430

R basket incl. by-product revenue

R/oz

11 864

10 861

11 242

11 079

Nickel

$/MT

7 215

11 071

7 026

11 857

Copper

$/MT

4 637

6 049

4 524

6 072

Exchange

Average rate for period

ZAR/$

14.99

12.08

15.00

11.68

rates

Closing rate

ZAR/$

14.72

12.16

14.72

12.16

Unit costs

Cost of production per PGM ounce

ZAR/oz

10 596

10 839

10 643

10 546

Notes:

1 Reporting of shafts are in line with our operating strategy for Generation 1 and Generation 2 shafts.

2 Pandora underground tonnes mined represents 100% of the total tonnes mined on the Pandora joint venture of which 42.5% for October and November 2014 and 50% thereafter is attributable to Lonmin.

3 Ounces mined have been calculated at achieved concentrator recoveries and with Lonmin standard downstream processing recoveries to present produced saleable ounces.

4 Tonnes milled exclude slag milling.

5 Lonmin purchases 100% of the ore produced by the Pandora joint venture for onward processing which is included in downstream operating statistics.

6 Head Grade is the grammes per tonne (5PGE + Au) value contained in the tonnes milled and fed into the concentrator from the mines (excludes slag milled).

7 Recovery rate in the concentrators is the total content produced divided by the total content milled (excluding slag).

8 Metals-in-concentrate have been calculated at Lonmin standard downstream processing recoveries to present produced saleable ounces.

9 Corresponds to contained base metals-in-concentrate.

10 Nickel is produced and sold as nickel sulphate crystals or solution and the volumes shown correspond to contained metal. Copper is produced as refined product but typically at LME grade C. Chrome is produced in the form of chromite concentrate and volumes shown are in the form of chromite.

11 Basket price of PGMs is based on the revenue generated in Rand and Dollar from the actual PGMs (5PGE + Au) sold in the period based on the appropriate Rand / Dollar exchange rate applicable for each sales transaction.

12 As per note 11 but including revenue from base metals.

13 Exchange rates are calculated using the market average daily closing rate over the course of the period.

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Lonmin is a producing gold and platinum company based in United kingdom.

Lonmin produces gold, platinum, palladium and rhodium in South Africa, and holds various exploration projects in Canada, in Gabon, in South Africa and in Tanzania.

Its main assets in production are PANDORA JV, LIMPOPO, MARIKANA, EASTERN PLATINUM (EPL) and KAREE MINE (WPL) in South Africa and its main exploration properties are LUWUMBU in Tanzania, PANTON in Australia, MESSINA PLATINIUM and WESTERN PLATINUM in South Africa and WINDY LAKE in Canada.

Lonmin is listed in Germany, in United Kingdom and in United States of America. Its market capitalisation is GBX 21.4 billions as of today (US$ 25.0 billions, € 22.3 billions).

Its stock quote reached its highest recent level on August 28, 2009 at GBX 9 964.65, and its lowest recent point on June 28, 2019 at GBX 75.60.

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5/15/2018Lonmin tanks as UK competition watchdog looks into Sibanye t...
8/7/2017Solidarity concerned over loss of recognition at Lonmin
6/27/2017Shorts pile into cash-strapped Lonmin as platinum flounders
5/11/2017Violent protestors demand 1 500 new jobs from struggling Lon...
3/6/2017Lonmin COO steps down
2/21/2017Rock-drill operator dies at Lonmin’s K3 shaft
12/12/2016Lonmin commits to revising housing plan
2/25/2009Lonmin and Evraz axe 8,500 jobs
2/24/2009Lonmin axes 5,500 jobs
Annual reports of Lonmin PLC.
2008 Annual report
Financings of Lonmin PLC.
6/6/2007Makes Private Placement in Wallbridge Mining
Nominations of Lonmin PLC.
4/19/2016APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICE...
8/3/2010Notification of Transactions of Directors and Persons Discha...
6/17/2010Notification of Transactions of Directors and Persons Discha...
Financials of Lonmin PLC.
7/22/2010Third Quarter 2010 Production Report
7/23/2009Third Quarter 2009 Production Report
Project news of Lonmin PLC.
8/1/2016Third Quarter 2016 Production Report and Business Update
12/14/2015South Africa's PIC increases stake in platinum miner Lonmin
2/24/2009(Marikana)reaches agreement with unions regarding restructuring at Mar...
Corporate news of Lonmin PLC.
8/19/2016Lonmin Secures $50m Funding for Tailings Project
8/2/2016Q3 2016 Production Report
7/22/2016NOTIFICATION OF MAJOR INTEREST IN SHARESi
6/2/2016Director/PDMR Shareholding
5/26/2016Holding(s) in Company
5/17/2016Half-year Report
5/17/2016Q2 Production Report 2016
5/17/2016Appointment of CFO
11/19/2015Lonmin: stay of execution
11/12/2015Victims of Marikana bloodshed sue ANC's Cyril Ramaphosa
11/6/2015Lonmin shares plunge ahead of crucial fundraising
11/2/2015Lonmin warns of $2bn impairment charges
10/21/2015Lonmin: last chance
10/21/2015Lonmin shares rise as debt restructuring plan is revealed
7/30/2015Lonmin: victim of price falls and management wobbles
7/29/2015Low Prices And Mounting Costs Slam Platinum Producers
7/24/2015Anglo American and Lonmin to cut up to 12,000 jobs
7/24/2015Lonmin Plunges on Funding Concern; Plans to Cut 6,000 Jobs
7/24/2015Lonmin to cut jobs and operations as platinum price falls
7/23/2015PRESS DIGEST- British Business - July 24
5/14/2015Platinum: tarnished
5/11/2015Lonmin to cut capital spending as platinum price fall bites
4/10/2015Moolman confirmed as Chief Operating Officer
3/5/2015Lonmin shares at two-decade low on pay worries
2/11/2015Glencore to divest Lonmin stake, cut expenditure to counter ...
2/11/2015Glencore’s 23.9% stake in Lonmin plc
12/15/2014Issuance of Shares and Total Voting Rights
12/15/2014Operational Update
12/15/2014Director/PDMR Shareholding
12/3/2014Total Voting Rights
11/28/2014Lonmin Completes BEE Transaction
11/27/2014Director/PDMR Shareholding
11/14/2014Director/PDMR Shareholding
11/12/2014Fourth Quarter 2014 Production Report
11/11/2014PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Nov 11
11/5/2014Total Voting Rights
8/25/2014Exclusive: Lonmin CEO denies job cuts plan, says focus is on...
8/11/2014Protesters disrupt "massacre" evidence by South Africa's Ram...
8/11/2014South Africa's Ramaphosa defends actions before Marikana mas...
4/2/2013Hemscott News Alert - Lonmin PLC
1/31/2013Hemscott News Alert - Lonmin PLC
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3/29/2011Hemscott News Alert - Lonmin PLC
1/27/2011production report for the quarter to 31 December 2010
8/5/2010Department of Mineral Resources orders Lonmin to suspend sal...
8/3/2010Total Voting Rights and Capital as at 31 July 2010
7/13/2010Transaction Completion and Directorate Change
5/24/2010Number One Furnace Shut Down Update
5/4/2010Total Voting Rights and Capital as at 30 April 2010
3/11/2010Directorate Change
3/1/2010Total Voting Rights and Capital as at 28 February 2010
1/28/2010Q1 2010 Production Report
1/4/2010Total Voting Rights and Capital as at 31 December 2009
11/25/2009Hemscott News Alert
9/30/2009Update on Incwala Resources
8/19/2009Notification of Directors' and PDMRs' shareholdings
7/8/2009Notification of major interest in shares
7/2/2009Total Voting Rights and Capital as at 30 June 2009
6/24/2009Update on Number One Furnace
6/17/2009Notification of Major interest in shares
6/4/2009Directorate Change
5/29/2009Notifications of Major Interests in Shares
5/18/2009Disclosure of Disclosable Short Position relating to Securit...
3/10/2009Notifications of Major Interests in Shares
1/29/2009Q1 2009 Production Report and Interim Management Statement
1/5/2009Hemscott News Alert - Lonmin PLC
12/17/2008Notification of PDMRs' shareholdings pursuant to Disclosure ...
12/11/2008has included 32,597 shares in the Company
12/3/2008Hemscott News Alert
11/27/2008IFC Invests US$15 million in new Lonmin shares
11/26/2008notification of major interests in shares
11/19/2008Notification of Directors' and PDMRs' shareholdings
11/18/2008Final Results Part 2o
10/11/2007Wallbridge Mining and Lonmin Approve $2.5 million for 2008 S...
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