At DM Minerals Group™, we believe that human capital is one of the most valuable assets for the sustainable growth of our business. It is with this credence that we advocate for and promote the inclusion of our workforce in understanding the holistic operations of the company.
Our finance department – led by Chief Financial Officer Joan Rinomhota and Financial Accountant Bafana Mthimunye – recently visited our newly established operations site at Exxaro’s Grootegeluk Complex in Lephalale, Limpopo.
Following the site visit, Mthimunye said: “Visiting the sites and meeting our team members on the ground is always an eye-opening experience. The visit to Lephalale was a huge learning experience for me, because the processes and methods that they are applying to maintain the tailings facility is vastly different from what I had learned from our other operation.”
Mthimunye says he believes that these visits are imperative to an individual’s development and in understanding how the different parts of the business work together to meet the overall business objectives. “As the finance department it is important for us to understand and have a working knowledge of what is happening on each site. This knowledge enables us to offer the necessary support to our sites and aids us in the planning, management, and reporting of the financial performance of each operation. “
Group CFO Joan Rinomhota says the site visit was an indispensable experience that has given her a deep appreciation for understanding the business’s tailings management operations, and how they translate to the value chain of the business from initial processes to understanding the translation of activities into finances.
Rinomhota highlights the experience of interacting with members on site as “Beneficial to better understanding the dynamics of the business’s human capital”. She further said that this is valuable to the business’s collective commitment to become the best-in-class mining partner within tailings management industry in the country and African continent.
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