AngloGold Ashanti LtdANG:JNB

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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
SiphoPityana
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
1.00m ZAR
--
2007
Mr. Sipho M. Pityana has been Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board of AngloGold Ashanti Ltd effective February 17, 2014. He is a senior director having joined the board of AngloGold Ashanti in February 2007. He is the chairman of the Safety, Health and Environment Committee. During his tenure the company has made tremendous progress in all these aspects of its SHE work, bringing workplace fatalities from 34 in 2007 to eight in 2013, with all injuries showing a similar marked decline. Critical health programmes including those dealing with TB, HIV/AIDS and Malaria received focused attention under his guidance, resulting in reduced incidence of these diseases. He was previously the Chairman of the Board's Remuneration Committee as well as the Sustainability Committee. Mr. Pityana has business experience having served in both an executive and non-executive capacity on several JSE listed boards of companies as well as running his own company which he chairs, Izingwe Capital. He is Chairman of the JSE listed Onelogix and of Munich Reinsurance of Africa. He also served on the boards of Bytes Technology Group, AFROX, SPESCOM and the Old Mutual Leadership Group. He previously worked as the Executive Director of Nedcor Investment Bank and Managing Director of Nedbank. He is also a director of a number of manufacturing companies including Scaw Metals and Aberdare Cables. In addition to his private sector track record, Mr. Pityana has public sector experience and international exposure. He was the first Director General of Department of Labour in a democratic South Africa. As the Foreign Affairs Director General he represented South Africa in various international fora including the United Nations, African Union, Commonwealth and the International Labour Organisation. He was one of the founding members of the governing body of the CCMA and Convenor of the government delegation to NEDLAC.
 
SrinivasanVenkatakrishnan
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
15.19m ZAR
47
2005
 
RichardDuffy
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
9.21m ZAR
49
1998
 
RonLargent
Co-Chief Operating Officer
9.02m ZAR
52
2007
 
MikeO'Hare
Co-Chief Operating Officer
8.56m ZAR
53
2008
 
CharlesCarter
Executive Vice President - Strategy and Business Development
8.98m ZAR
50
2005
 
RiaSanz
Executive Vice President, Group General Counsel, Company Secretary
--
46
2013
 
YedwaSimelane
Executive Vice President - Stakeholder Relations and Marketing
4.77m ZAR
47
2004
 
ItaliaBoninelli
Executive Vice President - People and Organisational Development
3.10m ZAR
56
2010
 
GrahamEhm
Executive Vice President, Australasia
8.65m ZAR
56
2007
 
DavidNoko
Executive Vice President - Social and Sustainable Development
--
55
2012
 
MariaPerez
Group General Counsel, Company Secretary
3.88m ZAR
47
--
 
LumkileNkuhlu
Lead Independent Non-Executive Director
981.00k ZAR
--
2006
 
RhidwaanGasant
Independent Non-Executive Director
737.00k ZAR
53
2010
 
NoziphoJanuary-Bardill
Independent Non-Executive Director
122.00k ZAR
62
2011
 
MichaelKirkwood
Independent Non-Executive Director
--
66
2012
 
TitoMboweni
Non-Executive Independent Director
2.19m ZAR
--
2010
 
RodneyRuston
Independent Non-Executive Director
--
63
2012
 
StewartBailey
IR Contact Officer
--
--
--
 
FundisaMgidi
IR Contact Officer
--
--
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Director dealings

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Dealing dateName & titleSharesPer share (ZAR)Deal size (ZAR)
Purchase
05 Mar 2014
R N Duffy
Chief Financial Officer
8850.000
Purchase
04 Mar 2014
R N Duffy
Chief Financial Officer
4,1400.000
Purchase
03 Mar 2014
S Venkatakrishnan
Chief Executive Officer
2,5720.000
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