Ndalamo Resources, a 100% black-owned and -managed mid-tier mining company and pioneer in the South African mining industry, announced two exceptional milestones in its commitment to health and safety. On February 1, the company celebrated its 1,000th fatality-free day. As of January 13, 2024, Ndalamo’s subsidiaries achieved 1 year of injury free operations.

CEO Shammy Luvhengo expressed his gratitude in these achievements, stating, “reaching 1,000 days without a fatality and a full year without a first aid injury is a testament to the dedication and diligence of our entire Ndalamo family,” he said. “These milestones reaffirm our unwavering commitment to the safety and well-being of our employees, which has always been our top priority.

The South African mining sector demands a proactive approach to mitigate risks, and Ndalamo has been at the forefront of adopting cutting-edge technologies and comprehensive training programs to achieve these milestones. As a pioneer in the industry, the company said it remains committed to setting new benchmarks and inspiring others in the South African mining community to prioritize health and safety.

Ndalamo has majority direct interest in the New Clydesdale Colliery, North Block Complex, and Ubuntu Colliery coal assets, alongside Universal Coal. Ndalamo also holds a 100% interest in Springboklaagte (a fully permitted Greenfields project).