Andru Mining is committed to sustainable mining practices that protect the environment and uplift local communities. We use local companies for support services and majority of our staff are sourced from local communities. Upskilling and educating people is of utmost importance to us. We have over the years managed to develop our own policies that enable us to play a part in helping fight unemployment and poverty.
Black Economic Empowerment
Corporate Social Responsibility
We comply with the highest possible health and safety standards and have a dedicated H&S team that helps us maintain an enviable safety record in exacting client environments such as Anglo American, Glencore and Exxaro resources. We recognize that if we want to remain the service provider of choice we need to maintain our high safety record. We have a team of skilled safety personnel who undertake regular audits of the sites safety processes. In addition, monthly safety KPI's are generated and evaluated accordingly. Continuous improvement is key to Andru in order to deliver service to our clients of unimpeachable standards.
We are a 26% black-owned company with a level 4 BBBEE certificate. We are committed to working to improve our scorecard on an ongoing basis and to developing promising employees from historically disadvantaged backgrounds. As part of our local community development, we employ most of our labour force from the local communities that we serve. We are committed to developing black owned enterprises into sustainable businesses through our Enterprise and Supplier development initiatives.Download BBBEE certificate
In addition to contributing to client-initiated community projects wherever possible, Andru Mining supports Tholuwazi High School in the Valley of a Thousand Hills, KwaZulu-Natal. Our donations have seen the construction of sport change rooms and ablution facilities for disabled learners. We have also sponsored the ablution facilities at Obed Mlaba Technical High School in Nchange, KZN and the Madiba a Kubu Early Learning Centre in the North West.
Through our contributions at Little Eden and Golden Steps School we were able to provide the special care and facilities required for these disable learners to reach their full potential. It has also been extremely rewarding to see our contributions to Bethany Home and Life Choices Pregnancy Crisis Centre help abused women and children receive the support and counselling to rebuild their lives.
We provide ongoing support to the Emalahleni Schools netball and soccer tournaments.
Andru Mining is also proud to be associated with St Augustine’s Diocesan Leap School in Ga-Rankuwa. Being a maths & science focused school it is capable of producing future captains of industry who will help create new jobs given the support and mentorship. This in turn will help reduce the levels of poverty in their local communities.