Neal Froneman

Neal Froneman

CEO Sibanye-Stillwater

Neal Froneman was appointed executive director and CEO of Sibanye-Stillwater on 1 January 2013. His career in technical, operations management and corporate development positions spans more than 30 years during which time he worked at Gold Fields of South Africa Limited, Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (Harmony) and JCI Limited. In April 2003, Neal was appointed CEO of Aflease Gold Limited (Aflease Gold), which, through a series of reverse take-overs, became Gold One International Limited (Gold One) in May 2009. He was primarily responsible for the creation of Uranium One Incorporated (Uranium One) from the Aflease Gold uranium assets. During this period, he was CEO of Aflease Gold and Uranium One until his resignation from Uranium One in February 2008. He held the CEO position at Gold One until his appointment at Sibanye-Stillwater. He is also a non-executive director of 17 Perissa Proprietary Limited, Delview Three Proprietary Limited, Forestry Services Proprietary Limited and Ultimate Marine Ventures Limited. In May 2016, he was elected to serve as a Vice President of the Chamber of Mines of South Africa (Chamber of Mines).

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Wednesday 03/02/2021

From 13:10 To 13:55

02/03/2021 13:10 02/03/2021 13:55 Panel Discussion Part I - South Africa Focus: Government & Private Sector Collaboration: Resilience, Reboot & Responsible Sourcing of African Minerals Sponsored by      Moderated by 
  • ESG impact on high-risk mining communities: OECD Framework and other practical tools for companies to better understand and mitigate supply chain risks      
  • Defining the role of Governments and Financial Institutions: Strategic client due diligence, financial sanctions and other measures that need to be undertaken to enhance responsible supply chains      
  • What is the scope for international cooperation on artisanal mining and conflict minerals?       
  • Supply Chain Transparency – What role can technology play for producers, end users and national regulators to achieve legitimate transparency?      
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"Panel Discussion Part I - South Africa Focus: Government & Private Sector Collaboration: Resilience, Reboot & Responsible Sourcing of African Minerals"

Advocate Thabo Mokoena Mzila Mthenjane Neal Froneman Roger Baxter Werner Duvenhage
Time and date

Wednesday 03/02/2021

From 13:10 To 13:55

02/03/2021 13:10 02/03/2021 13:55 Panel Discussion Part I - South Africa Focus: Government & Private Sector Collaboration: Resilience, Reboot & Responsible Sourcing of African Minerals Sponsored by      Moderated by 
  • ESG impact on high-risk mining communities: OECD Framework and other practical tools for companies to better understand and mitigate supply chain risks      
  • Defining the role of Governments and Financial Institutions: Strategic client due diligence, financial sanctions and other measures that need to be undertaken to enhance responsible supply chains      
  • What is the scope for international cooperation on artisanal mining and conflict minerals?       
  • Supply Chain Transparency – What role can technology play for producers, end users and national regulators to achieve legitimate transparency?      
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