Stakeholders

We are committed to communicating with all stakeholders openly, transparently and timeously. We seek to ensure regular engagement through diverse means including our website, bi-annual results presentations, Integrated Annual Report, SENS, one-on-one meetings and ongoing informal discussions.

Stakeholders

Key stakeholders in our group and the mainissues that concern them are listed below:
DMR

Mineral Rights, SLP, mining works programmes and prospecting works programmes, environmental management plans and impact assessments, health and safety.

Department of Water and Sanitation and Department of Environmental Affairs

IWUL application approvals, NEMA applications approvals, and compliance.

Department of Labour

Employment equity, workmen’s compensation, basic conditions of employment, fair and consistent labour practices.

Host communities

SLPs, job creation, sustainable local economic development, impact on the environment, water supply, rehabilitation of sites on closure.

JSE

Adherence to the JSE Listings Requirements and company legislation.

SARS

Taxation, compliance, VAT.

Investors

Sustainability, profitability, ROI (share price and dividends), cash generation, corporate governance and compliance, risk management, remuneration practices, growth prospects, accessibility of leadership, and succession planning.

Funders

Solvency and liquidity, capital management, sustainability, credit rating, risk management.

Contractors and suppliers

Timely payment, fair business practices, professional adjudication, vendor systems management.

Customers

Security of supply at the committed volumes, prices and qualities, ensuring B-BBEE compliance in order to deliver on procurement targets.

Employees

Job security, sustainability, market related remuneration, opportunities for personal growth and development, skills development, achievable incentive programmes, safe, healthy and suitable working environment.