Sustainability

Exxaro Mining Community Development

Our socio-economic development initiatives are funded by the Exxaro Chairman's Fund (ECF), the Exxaro Foundation (EF) and the Exxaro People Development Initiative (EPDI).

Exxaro's integrated approach to infrastructure development, education, healthcare and ESD aims to advance and strengthen communities. We understand that our success is both short term, in terms of delivery of initiatives, and long term, as determined by the legacy we leave for our communities. Our guiding principles are sustainability, stakeholder inclusiveness and collaboration.

The socio-economic development expenditure included SLPs, ESD, CSI and COVID-19 relief, which can be broken down as follows:

SLPs


Maropeng Water Supply
R3.9 million
Emakhazeni Road Rehabilitation
R1.36 million
Ga-Nala Sports Field
R2.3 million
School Development
R7.6 million
Belfast Enterprise and Supplier Development Centre
R4.7 million
Belfast Roads Rehabilitation
R15 million
Leeuwpan Enterprise and Supplier Development Training
R7.9 million
Delmas TVET College (in collaboration with Universal Coal)
R4.5 million
Bonginhlanhla School Phase 2
R10 million
Enterprise Development Incubator Hub
R14.9 million
Marapong Water Reticulation System
R42 million
Enterprise and Supplier Development Centre
R20 million
Nelsonskop Primary School Hall
R8.1 million
Early Childhood Development Centre
R5.7 million
Waste Management Facility
R6 million
Marapong Sport Centre
R15 million
Thabametsi-Paarl Waste Project
R25 million

ESD

The partners have contributed over R55 million in funding and human resources since 2019. Several initiatives are at different stages of implementation:


  • Laser-based refurbishment of mining equipment and PPE manufacturing
  • Community-oriented primary care at Anglo American's Mogalakwena platinum mine (scoping analysis for rollout in Lephalale is underway)
  • Mooihoek integrated game farm (a co-development initiative between the community and farm management)
  • An agri-processing hub in Limpopo
  • Information and communications technology (ICT) connectivity for schools and communities
  • Mutale agri-industrial development project
  • A fresh produce market in Rustenburg
  • On-demand manufacturing

CSI


CSI
In Limpopo
R995 million since 2018
In Mpumalanga
R1520 million since 2018