Ensuring the social, economic and environmental viability of our host communities and the broader economy is critical to safeguard the continuing viability of our business.

ESG policies and key documents

King IV

King IV Reporting

Policy documents

Platinum and Palladium responsible sourcing policy
Fraud, corruption/whistle blowing policy
Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption (ABAC) Policy
Human Rights Policy
Code of Ethics
Risk Policy
Group Tax Policy
Suppliers/Contractors code of conduct
Group Procurement Policy

Mining Charter reports

Impala Mining Charter report
Marula Mining Charter report
Afplats Mining Charter report

Responsible Platinum and Palladium Sourcing Compliance report

Impala Platinum Compliance report 2021
Independent Auditors Reasonable Assurance report
Responsible Platinum & Palladium Certificate

BBBEE reporting

Impala Platinum Holdings Limited BEE Certificate
Marula Platinum BEE Certificate
Impala Platinum Limited BEE Certificate

Implats Board Policies

Board Charter
Board Nomination and Appointment Policy
Board Diversity Policy
Board Evaluation Policy
Conflict of Interests Policy

Human Resources Policies

Fair Pay Policy Statement and Guiding Principles
Diversity
Employee Wellness
Gender Equality and Mainstreaming
Harassment, Bullying and Victimization
Sexual Harassment

Approved Social and Labour Plans

Impala Platinum Ltd – Social and Labour Plan:

Impala Platinum Ltd (“Impala”), as the mining right holder of the Impala Rustenburg Operation, near Rustenburg, note the provision as contained in Regulation 46A of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 (as amended on 27 March 2020), as well as the Broad-Based Socio-Economic Empowerment Charter for the Mining and Minerals Industry, 2018, as amended, (Mining Charter, 2018) to publish its approved Social and Labour Plan in English and a dominant language(s) commonly used within its mine community.

The Impala First Generation Social and Labour Plan for the period 2009 to 2011 (“Impala SLP 1”) was approved on 12 December 2008 and the amendment thereto to extend the Impala SLP 1 period to 2013, together with its related commitments, was approved on 8 July 2018. A redacted copy of the Impala SLP 1 (which excludes any confidential personal information) is available in English on this website. Once the amendment of Impala SLP 1 is executed, a copy thereof will be made available on this website. Translated versions can be made available on request.

The Impala Second Generation Social and Labour Plan for the 5-year period 2014 to 2018 (“Impala SLP 2”) was approved on 8 July 2021 and a redacted copy is available on this website in English and Setswana (which excludes any confidential personal information). Amendments thereto, including an extension of the implementation period for LED projects until 31 December 2021, have been approved on 30 August 2021. Once the executed versions of the approved amendments have been received, copies will be made available on this website, as well as a translated version thereof into Setswana.

The Impala Third Generation Social and Labour Plan for the 5-year period 2019 to 2023 (“Impala SLP 3”) was approved on 27 May 2022, and a redacted copy is available on this website in English and Setswana (which excludes any confidential personal information).

For further information required relating to Impala’s Social and Labour Plan, please click here to follow the request process in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, No 2 of 2000.

Marula Platinum (Pty) Ltd – Social and Labour Plan:

Marula Platinum (Pty) Ltd (“Marula”), as the mining right holder of the Marula Mine Operation, near Burgersfort, note the provision as contained in Regulation 46A of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 (as amended on 27 March 2020), as well as the Broad-Based Socio-Economic Empowerment Charter for the Mining and Minerals Industry, 2018, as amended, (Mining Charter, 2018) to publish its approved Social and Labour Plan in English and a dominant language(s) commonly used within its mine community.

The Marula First Generation Social and Labour Plan for the period 2008 to 2012 (“Marula SLP 1”) was approved on 15 January 2008. A redacted copy of the Marula SLP 1 (which excludes any confidential personal information) is available in English on this website. A translated version can be made available on request.

The Marula Second Generation Social and Labour Plan for the 5-years period 2013 to 2017 (“Marula SLP 2”) was approved by the DMRE on 16 July 2014. A copy of the Marula SLP 2 is available in English on this website. A translated version can be made available on request.

The Marula Third Generation Social and Labour Plan for the 5-year period 2018 to 2022 (“Marula SLP 3”) was approved by the DMRE on 5 July 2019 and copies of the Marula SLP 3 in English and Sepedi are available on this website. For further information relating to Marula’s Social and Labour Plans, please click here to follow the request process in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, No 2 of 2000.

Afplats (Pty) Ltd – Social and Labour Plan:

Afplats (Pty) Ltd (“Afplats”), as the mining right holder of the Afplats Leeuwkop Mine Project, near Brits, note the provision as contained in Regulation 46A of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 (as amended on 27 March 2020), as well as the Broad-Based Socio-Economic Empowerment Charter for the Mining and Minerals Industry, 2018, as amended, (Mining Charter, 2018) to publish its approved Social and Labour Plan in English and a dominant language(s) commonly used within its mine community.

The Afplats First Generation Social and Labour Plan for the period 2008 to 2013 (“Afplats SLP 1”) was approved by the DMRE on 9 April 2008. A copy of the Afplats SLP 1 is available in English on this website. A translated version can be made available on request.

The Afplats Second Generation Social and Labour Plan for the period 2013 to 2018 (“Afplats SLP 2”) was submitted to the DMRE on 12 April 2013. An application for the amendment of the Afplats SLP 2 was submitted to the DMRE on 25 November 2019. The Afplats SLP 2 and the amendment thereto are still being reviewed by the DMRE towards approval.

The Afplats Third Generation Social and Labour Plan for the period 2018 to 2023 (“Afplats SLP 3”) was submitted to the DMRE on 11 April 2018. An application for the amendment of the Afplats SLP 3 was submitted to the DMRE on 14 January 2020. The Afplats SLP 3 and the amendment thereto are still being reviewed by the DMRE towards approval.

For further information relating to Afplats’ Social and Labour Plans, please click here to follow the request process in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, No 2 of 2000.

Marula SLP 1 (English)
Marula SLP 2 (English)
Marula SLP 3 (English)
Marula SLP 3 (Sepedi)
Impala SLP 1 (English)
Impala SLP 2 (English)
Impala SLP 2 (Setswana)
Afplats SLP 1 (English)
Impala SLP 3 (English)
Impala SLP 3 (Setswana)

Policy documents

Biodiversity, Rehabilitation and Closure Policy Statement
Community Policy
Environmental Policy
Occupational Health and Safety Policy
Sustainability Policy
Energy and Decarbonization Policy
Tailings Management Policy
Water Policy

Sustainability Reporting/GRI 2021

GRI report 2021
ESG report 2021
Sustainability definition criteria

UN Global Compact

Implats UN Global Compact

Partnerships for sustainability

Responding to the National Development Plan
Responding to the President’s Framework Agreement

Tailings storage facilities

Implats tailings facilities - managed
Implats tailings facilities - joint ventures
HDS – Platinum
HDS – Palladium
HDS – Rhodium
HDS – Ruthenium
HDS – Iridium
HDS – Gold
HDS – Nickel Powder
HDS – Nickel Briquettes
HDS – Copper Cathode
HDS – Cobalt Powder