Tariro Gadzikwa joins Caledonia’s Board of Directors

PRESS RELEASE: Caledonia Mining Corporation Plc  is pleased to announce…

PRESS RELEASE: Caledonia Mining Corporation Plc  is pleased to announce that Tariro Gadzikwa has joined Caledonia’s Board of Directors as an Independent Non-Executive Director with effect from March 15, 2024.

It also announces that Steve Curtis, who retired as Chief Executive Officer of the Company in June 2022 and remained on the Board as a Director in a non-executive capacity since then, has decided to step down from the Board and as such will not be seeking re-appointment as a Director at the next annual general meeting. He will therefore leave the Board with effect from the next annual general meeting of the Company.

Mr John Kelly, Chairman of the Board, commented:

“I am delighted to welcome Tariro to Caledonia’s Board.  She has significant board experience and particular expertise in audit, risk management, corporate finance and finance strategy development. Her skills will be of great value to the Board. As a Zimbabwean national based in Johannesburg, Tariro will add further depth to the Board’s considerable experience in Southern Africa. I look forward to working with her.

I would also like to thank Steve for his continued contribution to the Board in a non-executive capacity since stepping down as Chief Executive Officer in June 2022 and am pleased he has agreed to remain a consultant to Caledonia, where management can continue to benefit from his experience and insight.”

Tariro Gadzikwa

Tariro is a chartered accountant and the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of MWJ Consulting Proprietary Limited, an advisory firm specialising in financial reporting and due diligence for listed and private equity clients within the mining, oil and gas and energy sectors.

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Prior to founding MWJ, she was Group Chief Financial Officer of Efora Energy Ltd (“Efora”, formerly SacOil Holdings) at which she held various executive roles in the finance team over eight years. She started her career at PwC in Zimbabwe and subsequently worked in the Johannesburg, Baltimore and London offices, where she provided audit and financial advisory services including financial due diligence and strategy development to medium and large corporates in Zimbabwe, South Africa, the US and UK.  

She has held a number of board positions, including most recently at Efora and several of its subsidiaries in South Africa, Seychelles, Nigeria and Botswana, and currently serves on the board of Structured Risk Solutions where she chairs the Nominations Committee.

She graduated from Rhodes University, South Africa with a B.Com in accounting in 2001.

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