Public Service and Administration Minister Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi briefs the media on a study to assess the extent of corruption within the private sector during a meeting in Johannesburg, Monday, 30 July 2007. Picture: Werner Beukes/SAPA

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Exxaro appoints Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi to its board

JOHANNESBURG, May 23 – South African coal and heavy minerals mining company Exxaro Resources on Wednesday announced former minister for public service and administration Geraldine Fraser-Moleketi as an independent director in its board.

This follows the retirement of three independent directors from the board in March.

Fraser-Moleketi serves as a non executive director on the board of Standard Bank group as well as Standard Bank South Africa, and was in March appointed chancellor of the Nelson Mandela University.

Exxaro also appointed chartered accountant Mark Moffett as well as co-founder and shareholder of the Randvest Group Lenamile Isaac Mphatlane to the board.

“The newly appointed directors will bring a richness and diversity of skills to augment the board in its leadership of the business and Exxaro’s 2026 strategy. We are pleased to have them on the board and look forward to their contribution,” Exxaro said.


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