To thrive for over 100 years, Fraser Alexander has had to continuously reinvent itself. This endless adaptation to an evolving environment has allowed us to build enduring relationships, gaining a deeper understanding of the challenges that our clients face.
By investing in specialised disciplines that reflect and anticipate your needs, we’re able to provide proactive and value-adding solutions that address them.
We have a strong culture of collaboration, but we also strive to create an environment where pertinent, practical and even extraordinary cross-specialisation solutions can flourish.
Our trusted partnerships, specialised services and collaborative teams have given us a new perspective on another key dimension of our vision and strategy: sustainability. To us, sustainability is just as critical to the future of our business, our clients’ businesses, and the socio-economic circumstances of our communities, as it is to the environments we impact.
Fraser Alexander’s integrity is anchored in our heritage and woven into the fabric of who we are. Our values make us the innovative, ethical, trustworthy company that stands firm today.
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Fraser Alexander is an organisation like no other. Our differentiators include:
Fraser Alexander's pioneering specialisation and collaborative culture enable us to create customised, cross-discipline solutions to new and complex challenges.
Our passion to keep our clients' interests at the centre of our strategies helps us to build and nurture enduring relationships that are productive, supportive and transparent.
Fraser Alexander’s trusted partnerships, definitive services and cooperative practices enable us to create tailored, holistic solutions to existing and anticipated demands.
Our decentralised hubs allow our clients convenient access to local teams of operational staff and discipline specialists that can be mobilised to deal with challenges as they arise. They’re currently located across South Africa and further afield in sub-Saharan Africa and Chile.
Fraser Alexander's competitive advantage lies in our family of employees. These trusted and empowered individuals are encouraged to take ownership of their parts of the business by functioning as entrepreneurs, delivering without excuses, and never compromising on safety.
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As a result, part of our business strategy is to create opportunities in these communities and to contribute meaningfully to their long-term socio-economic wellbeing. This also integrates closely with our shareholder, the Royal Bafokeng Nation's Plan 35; a long-term initiative focused on service delivery, poverty alleviation and nation-building.
We've embarked on multiple important CSI initiatives over the years. These include:
On 4 March 2019, Fraser Alexander donated school shoes valued at over R30,000.00 to the learners of Ramakwapeng Primary School in ga-Seleka village, Limpopo. The donation was made in partnership with the Mayor of Lephalale, Jack Moloko Maeka, in a quest to cement relations between Fraser Alexander and local government in the region. The school is situated in a village 98km north of Lephalale, a town adjacent to Fraser Alexander's mining services operations in the area. Fraser Alexander started operating in Lephalale in 1998 and has since established meaningful relationships with many stakeholders, including local communities and local government in the Province.
Mayor of Lephalale, Jack Moloko Maeko and Theunis Joubert, Fraser Alexander Business Area Manager of Lephalale Tailings hand school shoes to learners of Ramakwapeng Primary School in ga-Seleka village - a demonstration of true partnership and cooperation in support of local communities.
From left to right (not in school uniform): Andre Odendaal: Superintendent, FA Gamsberg Tailings; Myrna Thomas: School Principal; Thulani Masuku: Science Teacher; Elliot Mulane, FA Stakeholder Relations & Communications; Khwezi Mhlom: Chief Education Specialist, NC Department of Education
Fraser Alexander donated school laboratory equipment valued at over R 77 000.00 to Aggeneys International Academy (AIA) on 12 February 2019. The school is situated in Aggeneys, a town adjacent to the Fraser Alexander Tailings Operations at Vedanta Zinc International's Gamsberg mine and plantin the Northern Cape. Fraser Alexander has been operating in the Northern Cape since 2001 and has since established meaningful relationships with many stakeholders including local communities and local government in the Province.
The Fraser Alexander Board and its Executive and Management Committees are deeply committed to maintaining high standards of corporate governance. We’re guided, always, by our values and by our promise to uphold uncompromising business ethics.
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We also ensure shareholder accountability by focusing on key performance areas:
Fraser Alexander is dedicated to the safety of people as one of our core strengths. Our beyond-Zero-Harm policy (always alert, always focused, never complacent) is firmly practised at Board and Exco levels, through to the operational front lines. This is evidenced by our Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate consistently outperforming our industry average.
Our safety philosophy is that:
At Fraser Alexander, sustainability doesn’t just impact the environment. We’ve seen how it affects everything related to it, from our company, through clients’ and partners’ businesses, to the socio-economic circumstances of the communities we operate in. Click here for the 2018 Sustainability Report.
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