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MANUAL

OF
ARCELORMITTAL SOUTH AFRICA LIMITED
and all its subsidiaries and related entities

Prepared in accordance with section 51 of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, No 2


of 2000.

Last updated: July 2010

ARCELORMITTAL SOUTH AFRICA LIMITED


[Registration Number 1989/002164/06]
(ArcelorMittal)
INTRODUCTION
The Promotion of Access to Information Act, No 2 of 2000, (the Act) gives effect to the
constitutional right of access to information held by a public or private body.
ArcelorMittal is a private body and as such has to comply with the requirements of the Act. One
of the requirements of the Act is the compilation of a manual that contains information on the
records held by the relevant private body.
This document serves as the manual of ArcelorMittal, all it operating divisions, its subsidiaries
and related entities listed below in compliance with the requirements of the Act. The entities
covered by this manual are:
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Collect-a-Can (Pty) Ltd


Saldanha Steel (Pty) Ltd
Ferrosure (South Africa) Insurance Company Ltd
Iscor Building System (Pty) Ltd
Iscor Trust
Yskor Landgoed (Pty) Ltd
Pybus Fifty-Seven (Pty) Ltd
Steelfin Lease (Pty) Ltd
IPSA Strategic Sourcing Education Trust
Dombotema Mining Investments (Pty) Ltd
Mabwetema Mining Investments (Pty) Ltd
Vicva Investments and Trading Nine (Pty) Ltd
Dunswart Utility Company

A copy of this manual can be inspected at ArcelorMittals offices in Vanderbijlpark and is also
available on the companys website (see details below).

COMPANY OVERVIEW
ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited, which has been known as Iscor Limited since June 1989 and
change its name to Ispat Iscor Ltd on 17 August 2004 and change its again name on 1st March
2005 to Mittal Steel South Africa Limited and again to ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited on 3
October 2007, was established in 1928 to promote industrialisation in South Africa through the
production of steel for the growing manufacturing industry.
Today ArcelorMittal is the African continents premier steel producer with world-class steel
production facilities in flat and long steel products
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PART I [s51(1)(a)]
CONTACT DETAILS
The company secretary of ArcelorMittal has been duly authorised by the companys chief
executive officer to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Act. Contact details for
the company secretary are as follows:
Contact person
Postal address

:
:

Physical address

Telephone number
Facsimile number
Email

:
:
:

Mr M Manjingolo
ArcelorMittal South Africa Ltd
PO Box 2, Vanderbijlpark, 1900
Corporate Centre
Delfos Boulevard, Vanderbijlpark, 1911
+27 +16 889-2515
+27 +16 889-2517
mlawuli.manjingolo@arcelormittal.com

GENERAL INFORMATION
Name of the private body
Postal address
1900
Physical address

:
:

ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited (including its subsidiaries)


ArcelorMittal South Africa Limited, PO Box 2, Vanderbijlpark,

Telephone number
Facsimile number
Website

:
:
:

Corporate Centre
Delfos Boulevard, Vanderbijlpark, 1911
+27 +16 889 9111
+27 +16 889-4318
www.arcelormittal.com/southafrica/

PART II [s51(1)(b)]
GUIDE ON HOW TO USE THE ACT
A guide on how to use the Act is to be compiled by the Human Rights Commission in terms of s10
of the Act by no later than August 2003.
Any queries should be directed to:
The South African Human Rights Commissioner, PAIA Unit
The Research and Documentation Department
Postal address
: Private Bag 2700, Houghton 2041
Telephone number : +27 +11 484 8300
Facsimile number
: +27 +11 483 0482
Website
: www.sahrc.org.za
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PART III[s51(1)(c)]
COPY OF NOTICE
No notice in terms of s52(2) of the Act has been published. Certain records are, however, freely
available on the companys website.

PART IV [s51(1)(d) and (e)]


RECORDS HELD IN TERMS OF OTHER LEGISLATION
Records are kept in accordance with the following legislation:
Accounting and finance:
Income Tax Act, No 58 of 1962
Value Added Tax Act, No 89 of 1991
Human resources:
Basic Conditions of Employment Act, No 7 of 1997
Employment Equity Act, No 55 of 1998
Skills Development Levies Act, No 99 of 1999
Unemployment Insurance Act, No 63 of 2001
Wages Act, No 5 of 1957
Workmens Compensation Act, No 30 of 1941
Pension Fund Act, No 24 of 1956
Medical Schemes Act, No 131 of 1998
Labour Relations Act, No 66 of 1995
Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act 4 of 2000
Unemployment Insurance Contributions Act 4 of 2002
Company secretarial and administration:
Companies Act, No 61 of 1973
Regional Services Councils Act, No 109 of 1985

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Environmental:
National Environmental Management Act, No 107 of 1998
Environment Conservation Act 73 of 1989 (repealed but still finds application)
The National Water Act of 1998
The Explosives Act 16 of 1973
National environment Management: Air Quality Act 39 of 2004
The Hazardous Substance Act, No 15 of 1973
The Atmospheric Pollution Prevention Act, No 45 of 1965 (repealed but still finds application)
National Environmental Management: Waste Act 59 of 2008
Safety:
Occupational Health and Safety Act, No 85 of 1993
Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act, No 130 of 1993
REQUESTS FOR ACCESS
The requester must comply with all the procedural requirements contained in the Act and must
make a request for access to a record on the prescribed form, addressed to the company
secretary (see part I [s51(1)(a)] above for details). Requesters should note that no request will
be processed if the prescribed form is not duly completed and if the right that the requester is
seeking to exercise or protect has not been identified.
If a request is made on behalf of a third party, the requester must submit proof of the capacity
in which the requester is making the request to the satisfaction of the company secretary.
The company secretary will advise the requester of the fees (if any) payable to obtain access to
the relevant record/s.
Requester should note that access to certain records may be denied on the grounds set out in
the Act.
RECORDS OF ARCELORMITTAL, ITS SUBSIDIARIES AND RELATED ENTITIES
ArcelorMittal Corporate Office
Records available:
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Financial and tax


Employee
Treasury
Property
Materials management
Information management
Internal policies and procedures
Statutory and secretarial
Internal correspondence
General correspondence
Contracts and agreements
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Insurance and risk management


Technology
Health and safety
Corporate affairs and investor relations
Intellectual property

ArcelorMittal divisions:
The ArcelorMittal divisions include the following:
Flat Steel Products
Vanderbijlpark works
Saldanha Steel (Subsidiary)
Long Steel Products
Newcastle Works
Vereeniging Works
Pretoria Works
Coke and Chemicals
Records available in respect of the divisions are:
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Accounting
Policies
Marketing and sales
Secretarial
Contracts and agreements
General correspondence
Statutory
Employee
Purchasing
Customers
Operational
Business units
Occupational health and safety
Corporate communications
Materials management
Information management
Planning
Products

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ArcelorMittal subsidiaries
The ArcelorMittal subsidiaries include the following:
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Collect-a-Can (Pty) Ltd


Saldanha Steel (Pty) Ltd
Ferrosure (South Africa) Insurance Company (Pty) Ltd
Iscor Building Systems (Pty) Ltd
Yskor Landgoed (Pty) Ltd
Pybus Fifty-Seven (Pty) Ltd
Steelfin Lease (Pty) Ltd
Smart Coat (Pty) Ltd
Dombotema Mining Investments (Pty) Ltd
Mabwetema Mining Investments (Pty) Ltd
Vicva Investments and Trading Nine (Pty) Ltd

Records available in respect of the subsidiaries are:


-

Accounting
Policies
Marketing and sales
Secretarial
Contracts and agreements
General correspondence
Statutory
Employee
Customers
Operational
Purchasing
Business units
Occupational health and safety
Corporate communications
Materials management
Information management
Planning
Products

ArcelorMittal related entities:


The ArcelorMittal related entities include the following:
Iscor Trust
IPSA Strategic Sourcing Education Trust
Dunswart Utility Company
Records available in respect of related entities are:
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Financial
Statutory
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Requests for donations


Correspondence

PART V [s51(1)(f)]
OTHER INFORMATION
The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development has not made any regulations in this
regard.

PART VI [s51(3)]
AVAILABILITY OF MANUAL
As indicated, the manual is available for inspection, free of charge, at the office of ArcelorMittal
in Vanderbijlpark and is also available on the companys website at wwww.mittalsteelsa.com.
Copies may also be requested from the South African Human Rights Commission.

PART VII
PRESCRIBED FORM AND FEE STRUCTURE
The form and fee structure prescribed under the Act are attached hereto as Annexures 1 and 2
and are also available on the companys website or on the website of the Department of Justice
and Constitutional Development (www.doj.gov.za) under the Regulations section.
Both a request fee and an access fee are payable. The request fee is a standard fee as
prescribed by Regulation published in the Government Gazette and the access fee must be
calculated by taking certain factors into consideration such as reproduction costs, search and
preparation time and cost and postal costs. The company secretary may also require a
requester to pay a deposit that will be equal to the prescribed portion of the access fee that
would be payable if the request is granted.
The company secretary shall withhold a record until a requester has paid the fees as required in
full.

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