To produce resources that Power a Clean World. Powering Better Lives in Africa and Beyond is our purpose.
This is what drives our ambition to provide resources (beyond just commodities) that are critical in a low-carbon world.
Our Sustainable Growth Impact Strategy enables us to deliver on this vision and our success lies in the strength of organisations’ our culture and values. Through our strategy, we aim to transform Exxaro in a systematic and integrated manner into a diversified company that will transition from a coal base to a minerals and renewable energy solutions business that will thrive in a low-carbon future.
Guided by our purpose to Power Better Lives in Africa and Beyond, we understand that we cannot grow sustainably without deliberately creating a positive impact in the environment and communities we serve. We remain committed to responsibly maximising the value of our coal assets whilst we play an active role in creating a future which enables our vision – “Resources Powering a Cleaner World.”
To create sustainable growth and impact, we are focusing on five objectives.
We will further evolve into a recognizable, diversified minerals and energy business at a pace that will enable us to capture significant growth opportunities while ensuring a just transition
We will enhance focus on our core delivery areas: minerals and energy. We will be doing this by using a prudent portfolio management and capital allocation approach as well as operational excellence using innovation and technology.
Our people are equipped with the capabilities, mindset, and passion to achieve our purpose.
Impact is intrinsic to our business investments and activities. We achieve diversity and inclusion, socio-economic impact, and environmental stewardship in the delivery of our strategy.
Actively manage our scope 1 and scope 2 carbon emissions and reduce the volume of potable water consumed in our operations to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
Our purpose as a company is to Power Better Lives in Africa and Beyond by responsibly investing in resources that Power a Clean World. We are also proud to embrace the principles of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
We strongly believe that communities are central to our success. Our growth is dependent on our employees and the people we partner with around the country. Socio-economic development has always formed part of Exxaro’s DNA.
Our community development initiatives are successful but not far-reaching, as they are constrained by localised impact and lack of local government capacity. The socio-economic and environmental challenges are exacerbated by rising unemployment (aggravated by COVID-19) and poverty. Exxaro and government cannot resolve these challenges on their own.
Our impact at scale approach recognises the opportunity to reference legislative requirements, such as the Mining Charter III and the Department of Trade and Industry’s B-BBEE codes, as the foundation for our work with government. We also see an opportunity to lead better and bigger development initiatives that will arrest and reverse the scourge on our communities.
Exxaro has established itself as one of South Africa’s largest and foremost black-empowered resources companies. We are among the top five coal producers in South Africa and a constituent of the JSE’s Top 40 Index. What’s more, we are included in the FTSE/JSE Responsible Investment Top 30 Index.
Over the last decade, we’ve established ourselves as an organisation respected by its peers for our innovation, ethics and integrity.
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Exxaro has established itself as one of South Africa’s largest and foremost black-empowered resources companies. We are among the top five coal producers in South Africa and a constituent of the JSE’s Top 40 Index. What’s more, we are included in the FTSE/JSE Responsible Investment Top 30 Index. We are also proud to embrace the principles of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
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