Londeka is a young leader in the shaping of sustainable business practices and transformation in the mining sector. She works as a Sustainability Performance & Reporting Specialist at Anglo American where her responsibilities include the delivery of the Group’s Sustainability Report and the co-ordination of annual submissions to external ESG rankings and ratings agencies.
Londeka holds both a Masters degree from the University of Cape Town and a Masters in Nature Society and Environmental Governance from the University of Oxford, funded through the prestigious Chevening scholarship.
Her leadership abilities were recognised by her award as one of the 2019 Mail & GuardianTop 200 Young South Africans under the Environment category based on her contributions towards enhancing and transforming environmental governance.
She is an alumnus of the UN SDG innovator program, a Women in Mining Steering Committee member, and a passionate advocate for ensuring that mining activities benefit local communities during and post life of asset. She has had the opportunity to work on cross-commodity projects, and international assignments in Chile and Peru.
Londeka is passionate about getting more young people and underrepresented groups into the mining industry as both a transformation pathway but equally, as an opportunity to promote sustainable outcomes for the sector.
A moderated onstage discussion between young mining professionals, students, and a mining leader to understand what the next generation wants and expects from their future in mining. We dissect the findings of Brunswick’s mining focus groups with South African, Australian and UK post graduate students – what they value, the up and downsides of mining, and how mining can increase is legitimacy as driver of development and increasing the appeal of mining to the next generation
Thursday 09 February 09:10 - 09:45 Main Stage
Young Leaders Programme