ABOUT CENTAUR MINING
Centaur Mining companies and projects currently have a specific focus on investments in the mining and natural resources sectors in South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, USA, UK, Indonesia, and Australia.
Centaur Mining (“Centaur Mining”) is the brand name for a series of operating subsidiaries of Centaur.
Centaur Mining companies and projects currently have a specific focus on investments in the mining and natural resources sectors in South Africa, Namibia, USA, UK, Indonesia and Australia.
Centaur Mining companies and projects include developers and producers of high-quality RB1, RB2 and RB3 coal, along with copper, gold and silver mining operations. Centaur Mining’s main coal mining operations and reserves are based in South Africa specialising in RB1, RB2 and RB3 coal alongside high-quality anthracite coal and further expansion plans within South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe.
Centaur Mining investments include equity and mezzanine investments in operating collieries in South Africa, and a valuable suite of coal resources in evaluation and feasibility phases globally. The life of mine (“LoM”) on both operational and development collieries ranges from short term (1-3 years) all the way through to long term assets with estimated LoM exceeding 25+ years; enabling Centaur Mining companies and projects to grow well into the future. Most projects benefit from excellent access to rail and port infrastructure and strategic investments are also planned for these parts of the coal value chain, allowing Centaur Mining to effectively service domestic and international markets; providing a much-needed resource for economic growth and development for the countries and the provinces in which Centaur Mining companies and projects operate.
THE CENTAUR GROUP
Centaur is a multi award winning global investment holding company with interests, subsidiaries, portfolio companies and investments ranging from asset management, wealth management, private equity, venture capital, trade finance, mining and natural resources and agricultural investments.
Centaur has over 35 portfolio companies and subsidiaries operating across 10 countries and a proven track record which is constantly recognised by independent bodies with over 23 awards won as at 2016 for multiple categories and sectors including for best in class investment products and transactions.
Centaur prides itself on its culture of integrity, innovation, vision, and value creation and works with only the best third party service providers to maintain its position as a market leader.
CENTAUR IN NUMBERS
87 Millions Tons of Coal Reserves
Life of mine up to 25 years
US$1.4 Billion Estimated Sales Revenue from Centaur Mining Projects
900 Average number of man hours spent on due diligence before Centaur invests into a project
Operating in 10 Countries
+23 awards won as at 2016 for multiple categories and sectors including for best in class investment products and transactions
13 Languages spoken at Centaur
+35 Portfolio Offices
Operating in 4 Continents
The Board is responsible for the establishment of a corporate governance framework, guided by the recommendations of our key advisors. The Board, senior executives and employees are committed to achieving the objectives of best corporate governance practice which include:
- the adoption of a corporate governance policy
- the establishment of a Board charter
- and an annual review of the composition of the Board to ensure an appropriate balance of skills and experience
We have adopted comprehensive systems of control and accountability as the basis for the administration of corporate governance. The Board is committed to administering the policies and procedures with openness and integrity; pursuing the true spirit of corporate governance.
We aim to create long-term value for the broadest group of stakeholders. Sustainability for us implies the sustainability of the business as a whole, with particular emphasis on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. We strive to ensure that our operations have a minimal adverse impact on the surrounding environment and communities, and that the social and economic developments foster an enduring legacy for all stakeholders.
By engaging with all key communities and identified stakeholders, and strictly adhering to legislation, we seek to establish crucial social relationships to promote the constructive and expeditious resolution of environmental and community concerns as they pertain to our projects and collieries.
We have expended significant effort in developing and implementing an extensive and comprehensive safety environment at all of our workplaces. We aim to establish and maintain a safety, health and environmental management structure in compliance with legislated government and/or regulatory requirements and in accordance with accepted industry practice.
- prevent injury to employees and contractors through a zero harm policy
- prevent or minimise any adverse impact arising from our activities
- promote good relationships with all stakeholders
- demonstrate active stewardship of land and biodiversity
- and respect people’s culture and heritage