Steve was appointed to the Board as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on 1 April 2010. He chairs the Executive Committee and the BRPM Joint Venture Management Committee and attends all committee meetings as an invitee. Steve was CEO of Merafe Resources, a company listed on the JSE, for six years before joining RBPlat.
Hanre was appointed to the Board as Chief Financial Officer on 1 October 2018. He was previously a portfolio manager at Investec Asset Management (covering precious metals and South African resources equities), prior to that he was the CFO of Xstrata Alloys
Neil, who has over 30 years’ experience in the platinum mining industry, joined RBPlat as Head of Projects and Engineering in 2010 and was promoted to Executive: Head of Operations in 2014. Prior to joining RBPlat he held senior management and leadership positions in Lonmin for 20 years and Implats for nine years.
Reg has extensive experience in business risk and governance, gained in senior executive positions in various sectors including mining and financial services. He is the past President of the Institute of Risk Management of South Africa and served on the King III risk management working group and participated in King IV development.
Executive: Corporate Affairs BProc, MDP, Certificate in Advanced Corporate and Securities Law
In his current role Glenn heads up operations for BRPM and the Styldrift I project, collectively known as the BRPM Joint Venture. Before assuming this role he had been General Manager of BRPM since 2006. He has 33 years’ experience in mining, 22 of which have been in platinum mining.
Lindi, who has over 12 years’ experience in investor relations, joined RBPlat from Merafe Resources in June 2010. At Merafe Resources, Lindi was responsible for investor relations and corporate finance between 2005 and 2010. She joined Merafe after spending five years at Nedbank and having spent the previous five years at PwC.
Before joining RBPlat in 2013 Mpueleng was the Public Affairs Executive at RBH. Having begun his career as a lawyer with Bell, Dewar and Hall (now merged with Faskens Martineau), where he later became a director, he joined AngloGold Limited as legal counsel in 1999.