Our Governance


The pillars of our corporate governance are transparency, integrity, accountability and participation which guides us in managing our business, dealing with our people and establishing relationships with our stakeholders.

We are committed to the principles of good corporate governance and are committed to an integrated approach in our endeavours to comply with regulatory requirements both locally and internationally as we strive to continue setting an example for excellence in the mining industry.

Our Board of Directors is committed to achieving the highest standards of corporate governance and ensuring strong ethical behaviour across the Company and are required to comply with Tshipi’s Code of Ethics which embodies the ethical characteristics listed in King IV. The role and responsibilities of the Board as set out in our Board Charter include, inter alia, establishing and adhering to ethical standards, disclosure and management of conflicts of interest, as well as representing the interests of stakeholders of the Company to ensure a successful and sustainable business.

The role and responsibilities of the Board are set out in the Board Charter. We also have the following board committees:

  • Audit and Risk Committee
  • Remuneration and Nominations Committee
  • Social and Ethics Committee