Zambezi Platinum

EMPOWERING A NEW ERA
IN MINING

About Zambezi Platinum

The mighty Zambezi River, one of Africa’s largest, sustains the livelihoods of millions of people in four sub-Saharan countries. Much like this invaluable watercourse, Zambezi Platinum provides a solid foundation to fuel new mining opportunities, and growing a sustainable modern mining company, delivering benefits for all its stakeholders for many years to come.

Directors of Zambezi Platinum

Mr Mosehla is the non-executive chairman of Northam Platinum Limited and is a director of Malundi Resources (RF) Proprietary Limited and MC Mining Limited. Mr Mosehla has a 10% indirect interest in SMS Holdings Holding Proprietary Limited, a contractor to Northam.

Ms Coetzee is the chief financial officer of Northam. She has more than 10 years’ experience of and exposure to the mining and manufacturing industries which includes the auditing of large listed and multi-national companies for EY, where she was an associate director.

Mr Dunne is the chief executive officer of Northam. He is also a director of the International Platinum Group Metal Association (IPA). Prior to joining Northam, he was employed by Impala Platinum Holdings Limited (Implats) as an executive director responsible for all mining, concentrating and smelting operations at Implats’ Rustenburg and Marula mines.

Ms Mazwai is the founder and festival director of the BuyelEkhaya Pan African Cultural Festival. She has more than 20 years’ experience in senior management, consultancy and programme management roles.
Member of the audit committee

Advocate Motseki-Zim is a director of Atisa Group Proprietary Limited, Zanozi Properties and Commodities and founder and chairperson of Women Be Adorned, a women’s development non-profit organisation. She also has a 10% indirect interest in SMS, a contractor to Northam.

Mr Mseleku is the executive chairman of Sakhumnotho Group Holdings. He is the founder and immediate former president of the Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He serves on the boards of Sulzer Pumps SA Proprietary Limited and SMS Mining Holdings Proprietary Limited.
Chairman of the audit committee and chairman of the social and ethics committee

Mr Nene has extensive experience in investment banking, advising on a number of significant merger and acquisition activities in the mining industry. After a tenure at BoE Merchant Bank, he moved to Shanduka Resources Proprietary Limited where he was part of the mining and marketing team.

He was instrumental in turning around and growing Shanduka’s coal mining investments and was actively involved in the management of the underlying investments.
Member of the audit committee

Mr Ntshalintshali is a director and portfolio manager at Perpetua Investment Managers, where he was appointed in 2014. Mr Ntshalintshali was previously an award-winning investment professional, holding positions as an analyst and portfolio manager at Old Mutual Asset Managers before jointly managing Core Equity Investments within the OMIGSA group. Mr Ntshalintshali has also been instrumental in a number of black economic empowerment corporate finance transactions.

Mr Ntuta is a co-founder and director of Ntuta, Singh and de Jager Inc (NSD Inc). He is an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa, with more than 19 years of experience in mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial law. He is a former director and partner of Edward Nathan and ENSAfrica, where he served for a period of more than ten years. Prior to establishing NSD Inc he was a director of Poswa Inc. He has advised on a number of black economic empowerment transactions across various sectors.

Ms Sekhokho is a director of the women’s empowerment group Women Be Adorned and the Desire of All Nations Fellowship Centre, a ministry which prepares unemployed youths for job readiness and runs community development programmes. Ms Sekhokho was previously involved in business consultancy and organisational development projects in a number of government departments, notably in school feeding and anti-corruption programmes. Ms Sekhokho is a seasoned transformation specialist and has played an extensive role in advisory services on diversity management and leadership for both government and the private sector.

Mr Smith is not a director of the company but a member of the social and ethics committee and is the executive: human resources for Northam. He has extensive experience in the mining sector and has held senior human resources positions at AngloGold Ashanti Limited, Richards Bay Coal Terminal Proprietary Limited and Impala Platinum Holdings Limited.
Member of the social and ethics committee.

Mr van Schalkwyk is Northam’s executive: commercial. He previously held the position of company executive: strategic finance at Impala Platinum Holdings Limited, having risen through the ranks at Impala Platinum Holdings Limited.
Member of the social and ethics committee

Policies

Download the Board Charter Download the Audit Committee terms of reference

Download the Social and Ethics Committee terms of reference

Announcements

Contact Zambezi Platinum

Investor relations

R&A Strategic Communications
Marion Brower
marion@rasc.co.za
Tel: +27 11 880 3924
Fax: +27 11 880 3788

Secretaries and Technical and Administrative Advisors

Northam Platinum Limited
PB Beale
trish.beale@norplats.co.za
Tel: +27 11 759 6000
Fax: +27 11 325 4795

Building 4, 1st Floor
Maxwell Office Park
Magwa Crescent West
Waterfall City
Jukskei View 2090
South Africa

PO Box 412694
Craighall, 2024
South Africa