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exxaro1Exxaro’s CEO Mxolisi Mgojo and Exxaro’s Executive Head of Stakeholder Affairs and SAIMM Junior Vice President Mzila Mthenjane share “Exxaro’s Top Priorities” with the readers of the Inside Mining March 2017 edition.

Building a prosperous black-owned company in South Africa takes visionary leadership and courage, according to the management team of Exxaro. For them, the environment and community development are of the utmost importance.

Visit to read the full story Inside Mining March 2017 cover story.

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