The Mine Health and Safety Council is inviting you to the 6th Occupational Health (OH) Dialogue , which will be hosted in Gauteng (Venue TBC) on 19 and 20 March 2024. Please confirm your attendance on the attached invitation (by filling in the form on the link written ‘RSVP: 6th OH Dialogue’) by 29 February 2024 and once registered you will receive the event venue and further details. If you have already RSVP’d, kindly note we have captured your details.
Fatheela Brovko – Chief Research Operations Officer
Her responsibilities as the Chief Research Operations Officer (CROO) encompasses the leadership and management of the occupational health and safety research and programme management portfolios of the Organisation, including technology and knowledge transfer and the administration of council committees.
Over the past 17 years, Fatheela has enjoyed a progressively diverse career in the mining industry across the mine value chain, in particular mineral extraction. The first 8 years included a career with Anglo American where she served as a Senior Geophysicist.
She successfully secured, managed and participated in various mining and exploration related projects in both green-fields and brown-fields exploration and across various commodities that added significant value to ore body delineation, mine expansion, risk mitigation and in-mine safety.
Following her industry experience, she was drawn to a career in Mining Research Development and Innovation because of the opportunity to learn and work across the mining value chain and to respond to challenging research questions that have the potential to create a lasting impact through the Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) work undertaken. At the CSIR she lead mining RDI for various stakeholders with a focus on the modernisation of the industry towards improved safety, reduced costs and improved productivity.
Her qualifications include postgraduate qualifications in Geophysics, Industrial Mathematics and Mineral Economics and undergraduate qualifications in Computational and Applied Mathematics from the University of Leeds and the University of Witwatersrand.
Chief Financial Officer
Dlamini is a seasoned Chief Financial Officer (CFO) registered with SAICA (South African Institute of Chartered Accountants) and SAIPA (South African Institute of Professional Accountants) with 23 years of experience, which varies from Private Sector and Public Sector.
Dlamini has a Post Graduate Certificate in Theory of Accounting (Honours) from Rand Afrikaans University (UJ) and a B. Com Accounting Degree from University of Natal (UKZN).
Currently, Dlamini is registered for Master’s in Business Leadership (MBL) with UNISA.
Dlamini is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for MHSC since April 2020 and currently Acting MHSC CEO from November 2020 until current.
Dlamini has worked for the following companies as a CFO i.e. Joburg Property Company (JPC) , Office of the Public Protector (SA), Ekurhuleni Housing Company (EHC), KZN Growth Fund, PanSALB and MHSC.
Dlamini has also worked for ABSA GROUP- CRES & Africa as the Head of Finance (FD) reporting to Barclays- London and managing 13 African countries i.e. Seychelles, Kenya, Mozambique, Tanzania, Egypt, Namibia, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mauritius, Zambia, Uganda and South Africa.
Dlamini was a Trainee Accountant at the Office of Auditor General (SA) and Audit Manager at Gcabashe Auditing Services and his experience ranges from Mining, Banking, Corporate and Real estate services, Telecommucations, Manufacturing, Developmental Finance Institutions, Social Housing, and Auditing.