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The business − an overview

Anglo Platinum Overall ownership: 79.6%
100% owned
South Africa
Rustenburg Section
Amandelbult Section
Mogalakwena Mines (formerly Potgietersrust Platinums)
Lebowa Platinum Mines
Western Limb Tailings Retreatment
Waterval Smelter (including converting process)
Polokwane Smelter
Rustenburg Base Metals Refinery
Precious Metals Refinery
Twickenham Mine
Other interests
South Africa
Union Section 85%
Joint ventures or sharing agreements
Modikwa Platinum Joint Venture 50%
Kroondal Pooling and Sharing Agreement 50%
Bafokeng-Rasimone Joint Venture 50%
Marikana Pooling and Sharing Agreement 50%
Mototolo Joint Venture 50%
Masa Chrome Company 74%
Pandora Venture 42.5%
De Beers(1) Overall ownership: 45%
100% owned
South Africa   Trading and Marketing
De Beers Group Services   The Diamond Trading Company
(Exploration and Services)    
De Beers Marine    

De Beers Canada    
Snap Lake    
Other interests        
South Africa     Namibia  
De Beers Consolidated Mines(2)   Namdeb (Mining Area No. 1,
Finsch 78%   Orange River Mines,  
Kimberley Mines 78%   Elizabeth Bay and Marine  
Namaqualand Mines 78%   concessions) 50%
The Oaks 78%   De Beers Marine Namibia 70%
Venetia 78%      
South African Sea Areas (SASA)     Trading and Marketing  
78%   DTC Botswana 50%
      Namibia DTC 50%
Debswana (Damtshaa,     Industrial Diamonds
Jwaneng, Orapa and     Element Six 60%
Lethlakane mines) 50%      
      Diamond jewellery retail
      De Beers Diamond Jewellers 50%
Anglo Base Metals Overall ownership: 100%
100% owned
Copper   Zinc/Lead
Chagres (Chile)   Lisheen (Ireland)
El Soldado (Chile)   Skorpion (Namibia)
Los Bronces (Chile)    
Mantos Blancos (Chile)   Niobium
Mantoverde (Chile)   Catalão (Brazil)
Michiquillay (Peru)    
Codemin (Brazil)    
Barro Alto (Brazil)    
Other interests
Collahuasi (Chile) 44%
Palabora (South Africa) 17%
Quellaveco (Peru) 82%
Pebble (US) 50%

Loma de Níquel (Venezuela) 91%

Black Mountain (South Africa) 74%
Gamsberg (South Africa) 74%

Phosphate products
Copebrás (Brazil) 73%
Anglo Ferrous Metals and Industries Overall ownership: 100%
100% owned
Vergelegen (South Africa)
Other interests
Ferrous Metals
Kumba Iron Ore (South Africa) 63%
Samancor (South Africa and Australia) 40%
Minas-Rio (Brazil) 99.4%
Amapá (Brazil) 69.2%
LLX Minas-Rio (Brazil) 49%
Scaw Metals (worldwide) 74%-100%
Exxaro Resources (southern Africa and Australia) 10%

Tongaat-Hulett (southern Africa) 37.1%
Hulamin (South Africa) 38.4%
Anglo Coal Overall ownership: 100%
100% owned
South Africa   Australia
Bank   Callide
Greenside   Australia – other
Isibonelo   Monash Energy Holdings Ltd
New Denmark    
New Vaal    
Other interests
South Africa     Australia  
Mafube 50%   Dawson Complex 51%
      Drayton 88%
South Africa – other     German Creek 70%
Richards Bay Coal Terminal 27%   Jellinbah East 23%
      Moranbah North 88%
Canada     Foxleigh 70%
Peace River Coal 74%      
      Australia – other  
Colombia     Dalrymple Bay Coal
Terminal Pty Ltd
Carbones del Cerrejón 33%   Newcastle Coal Shippers Pty Ltd 20%
Carbones del Guasare 25%      
Other business
Anglo Industrial Minerals Overall ownership: 100%
100% owned
Aggregates and Building Materials
Tarmac Group (UK)
Tarmac France (France and Belgium)
Tarmac Germany
Tarmac Poland
Tarmac Czech Republic
Tarmac Turkey
Tarmac International Holdings (Europe and Middle East)
United Marine Holdings(4)
Other interests
Aggregates and Building Materials
Tarmac Romania 60%
An independently managed associate.
De Beers’ 78% holdings include a 4% indirect holding via the Key Employee Trust.
Kriel forms part of the proposed Anglo Inyosi Coal of which Anglo Coal will own 73%. The outstanding conditions precedent to the transactions are expected to be fulfilled in the first half of 2009 following which the transaction will complete.
On 26 January 2008 the Group acquired the remaining 50% shareholding in United Marine Holdings.

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