Mpumi Zikalala

Mpumi Zikalala

MD - Managed Operations De Beers Group

Ms. Nompumelelo ‘Mpumi’ Zikalala is the Deputy CEO of De Beers Consolidated Mines (DBCM)
Mpumi joined De Beers as a chemical engineering bursar in 1996 and has filled a number of roles in the organisation, in both upstream and midstream.  Prior to assuming the role of Deputy CEO at DBCM, she was the Senior Vice President of De Beers Sightholder Sales South Africa, the company that sorts, values and sells De Beers production in South Africa. She was previously appointed as the General Manager of Voorspoed Mine and Kimberley Mines.
Mpumi is a member of the De Beers Consolidated Mines and Ponahalo Board of Directors.  She has previously served on various Boards of external companies.
 

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Tuesday 04/02/2020

From 07:10 To 09:10

02/04/2020 07:10 02/04/2020 09:10 Opening Canada Session: New Tools for Building Effective and Durable Community Relationship Objective:
This panel will focus on sharing new and innovative tools and approaches for building effective and durable relationships between mining companies and communities.  Examples of practice will be drawn from both Canada and Africa and feature new developments in MAC’s Towards Sustainable Mining Standard related to building community relationships.  TSM’s new protocol, the Indigenous and Community Relationships Protocol will be brought to life through examples of innovative practices from Glencore’s Raglan mine, the first mine in Canada to sign an Impact/Benefit Agreement with affected indigenous communities, and the Benchmarks Foundation’s work with community monitors and their Independent Problem Solving Service.  Glenn Mason, Assistant Deputy Minister for Natural Resources Canada will also participate to provide a perspective on how governments can work to enable stronger relationships between mines and communities. 
 
CTICC

CTICC

"Opening Canada Session: New Tools for Building Effective and Durable Community Relationship"

Gillian Davidson Hon. Mary Ng John Capel Mpumi Zikalala Pierre Gratton Ricus Grimbeek

Monday 03/02/2020

From 16:00 To 16:40

02/03/2020 16:00 02/03/2020 16:40 Winning Back the Millennial Generation: How Should Mining Companies Position Themselves to Attract Millennial Investors?
  • What do millennial investors want and how much money will they have to invest in the next 10 years?
  • Examining the importance of purpose and sustainable companies
  • How can the mining sector position itself to the be seen as a key part of the green energy revolution, thereby attracting millennial investors?
CTICC

CTICC

"Winning Back the Millennial Generation: How Should Mining Companies Position Themselves to Attract Millennial Investors?"

George Cheveley Ian McLelland Mpumi Zikalala Stuart Gale Tom Butler
Time and date

Tuesday 04/02/2020

From 07:10 To 09:10

02/04/2020 07:10 02/04/2020 09:10 Opening Canada Session: New Tools for Building Effective and Durable Community Relationship Objective:
This panel will focus on sharing new and innovative tools and approaches for building effective and durable relationships between mining companies and communities.  Examples of practice will be drawn from both Canada and Africa and feature new developments in MAC’s Towards Sustainable Mining Standard related to building community relationships.  TSM’s new protocol, the Indigenous and Community Relationships Protocol will be brought to life through examples of innovative practices from Glencore’s Raglan mine, the first mine in Canada to sign an Impact/Benefit Agreement with affected indigenous communities, and the Benchmarks Foundation’s work with community monitors and their Independent Problem Solving Service.  Glenn Mason, Assistant Deputy Minister for Natural Resources Canada will also participate to provide a perspective on how governments can work to enable stronger relationships between mines and communities. 
 
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CTICC

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Time and date

Monday 03/02/2020

From 16:00 To 16:40

02/03/2020 16:00 02/03/2020 16:40 Winning Back the Millennial Generation: How Should Mining Companies Position Themselves to Attract Millennial Investors?
  • What do millennial investors want and how much money will they have to invest in the next 10 years?
  • Examining the importance of purpose and sustainable companies
  • How can the mining sector position itself to the be seen as a key part of the green energy revolution, thereby attracting millennial investors?
CTICC
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CTICC

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