We recognise that our operations can be a significant driver for positive socio-economic development on several levels:

  • Secure employment and skill development
  • The economic value arising through local supply chains, job creation and developing manufacturing capacity
  • Community investment, through partnership with local organisations to address local needs and build sustainable local economies
  • The economic value added to a country through profit share, royalties and taxes

Fundamental to this success is the establishment of broad socio-economic partnership with our stakeholders, good governance, ethical conduct and transparency

US$330,668 Community Spend 2021
60% Local procurement spend
Zero Community related grievances (4 & 5)