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Minerals Council appoints new office bearers, including female CEO

Meanwhile, the mining body is hoping for continuity in ministerial leadership.

The Minerals Council re-elected Mxolisi Mgojo as president when it held its 129th annual general meeting on Wednesday, while Steve Phiri who’s the CEO of Royal Bafokeng Platinum, Andile Sangqu, executive head of Anglo American South Africa and Neal Froneman, the CEO of Sibanye-Stillwater have all been re-elected as vice presidents. Zanele Matlala, who’s the CEO of Merafe Resources was also elected as vice president. Nompu Siziba speaks to Tebello Chabana, the senior executive for public affairs and transformation at the Minerals Council about the resolution the body has made in terms of the way forward, as the mining industry continues to operate in a difficult economic climate, with labour and electricity costs rising and uncertainty about how robust the local and international markets they play in will be. 

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