Positive Directions

2014 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

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Positive Directions

Corporate Social Responsibility is a key component of Nevsun’s strategy. The Bisha Mine continues to be an international and national success story. We are proud of the fact that the economic benefits from the Bisha Mine are being shared by both our shareholders and the Eritrean people. It is what we promised when we reached our first mining agreement with the Eritrean Government back in 2007.

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2014 Operational Highlights

  • 2014 Revenue

    $555 Million

  • Average realized copper price per pound


  • 2014 Net Income

    $93 Million or $0.47 per share

  • Annualized Dividend

    $0.16 per share

  • Successful exploration program

    27,300 metres drilled

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    1,230 Employees

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    21 Million+ Hours

    Without a lost time injury (3 years)

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    Accelerated training and personal development for local Eritreans

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    Commenced progress on zinc processing facility over 30% complete

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    196 Million Pounds

    of copper in concentrate at a cash cost of $1.05 per payable pound of copper

VP, Corporate Social Responsibility

Message from the VP
Corporate Social Responsibility

Nevsun embraces the view that companies should ultimately create an environment in which their presence is of net benefit to society, resulting in a considerable advantage to the host population while mitigating, where possible, detriments from its presence

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About Nevsun

Nevsun Resources Ltd. (“Nevsun”) is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada. The Bisha Mine initially went into commercial gold production in early 2011 and transitioned to commercial copper production in December 2013. It will add zinc concentrate production capability, commencing in mid-2016.

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About This Report

Nevsun aims to demonstrate our continued commitment to provide an ongoing, transparent, and assembled account of our sustainable economic, social, and environmental practices and performance.

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