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Chamber of Mines Chief Executive Officer dies

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Chamber of Mines Chief Executive Officer (CEO)Maureen Jangulo Dlamini has passed on in Lusaka after a struggle with cancer.During her tenure at Chamber of Mines, she oversaw the difficult period of instability in mining policies and the VAT Refund crisis for the mining sector.

Below is a press statement from the Zambia Chamber of mines

We have been informed of the untimely death of our Chief Executive Officer, Mrs Maureen Jangulo Dlamini.

The Council, management and staff of the Chamber of Mines and the entire mining industry extend heartfelt condolences at this sad time. Words are never adequate in moments like these.

May the Good Lord, strengthen and comfort the family during this trying time.

Mrs Dlamini, joined the Chamber in 2014. Born in 1962, she is the first woman to lead the Chamber since it was established in 1942 to 1965, and again re-established in 2000 following the privatization of the mines.

As CEO of the Chamber, she oversaw the policy and lobbying activities of the mining sector during a period of Energy deficit, Value Added Tax Refund crisis and an upward adjustment in Mineral Royalty Tax.
A highly experienced, Operations Executive who had demonstrated the ability to lead diverse teams of professionals successfully in highly competitive, fast paced markets.
With over 10 years in the financial services sector at Executive level, she had acquired vast technical and business experience in strategic planning, business unit development and product and project management. An excellent communicator, Mrs Dlamini had proven ability to successfully analyze critical business requirements, identify deficiencies and potential opportunities and develop solutions enhancing competitiveness, improved customer service and improved brand awareness.

Her work experience includes being Chief Executive Officer of Zambezi Airlines, Senior General Manager Investor Education at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, and Executive Head of the Africa Board at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, Executive Head of Corporate Affairs at Lion Of Africa Insurance Company in Johannesburg South Africa.

She sat on the Boards of Proflight Zambia and Nyiombo Investments Limited and was recently appointed Deputy Chair for the University of Zambia, School of Mines, Advisory Board.

May her soul rest in peace

Issued By:

Talent Ng’andwe
Zambia Chamber of Mines
Communications Manager

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29 COMMENTS

  1. Sad…i remember talking to her at the 2015 HSE chamber of mines conference where i presented a paper on “Gravimetric Analysis” , she was very polite. Huge loss indeed

  2. I have no doubt that she was a Prince of the Kingdom of Swaziland. She fitted in the Zambian society so well that you could not tell her origin. We shall indeed miss her and her services to humanity. MHSRIEP.

  3. I have no doubt that she was a Princess of the Kingdom of Swaziland. She fitted in the Zambian society so well that you could not tell her origin. We shall indeed miss her and her services to humanity. MHSRIEP.

    • Very sad, indeed, condolence to the family. She was such a lovely lady, even when she was a student at UNZA where she met her future husband, Dlamini, who was in the School of Engineering.

  4. Guys,
    It is always sad to lose a member of the mining fraternity. Having spent 16 years in Zambia, at Luanshya, Nampundwe and Chililabombwe. It is like losing a family member. My sincere condolences to the family. May they find strength to pull through this sad period.
    Ken.

  5. Go well lady, you played your part and fought your cancer battle till the end. May your sour rest in peace dear Maureen.

  6. Great Loss the Dilamin family. She was indeed she was a wonderful woman to work with. Memories of humbleness when I worked with her and family still fresh. May Her Soul Rest In Eternal Peace

  7. Sad day indeed, she was my boss at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, a humble person, full of wisdom and insight, a God fearing woman. RIP.

  8. SHE WAS KILLED BY THE DLAMINI FAMILY WHO LIVE AT 10 DOLOMITE, GARNETON, ITIMPI KITWE, THE KILLER IS MRS LILY DLAMINI HER MOTHER IN LAW A WELL KNOWN BACA WITCH FROM FLAGSTAFF IN SOUTH AFRICA. MHSRIP

  9. IN FACT THESE DLAMINI HAVE A HABIT OF KILLING PEOPLE WHO GET IN THEIR WAY THEY KILLED GRAHAM BECKH AT THEIR FARM, THEN THEY SORTED OUT HIS BROTHER JOHN BECKH, NOW POOR MAUREEN AFTER DIVORCING HER HUSBAND DAVID DLAMINI, WHAT A SHAME!!! GOD IS NOT MOCKED, YOUR TIME IS COMING SOON!!!

  10. She was born in 1962 therefore she was only 54; not old at all. What do you mean in the picture she looks young? Do the maths… YABA

  11. A very wonderful person, I worked at Lion of Africa Insurance Company under her leadership, a very person she was.

  12. She was my CEO at Zambezi Airlines, really selfless with a solid business acumen. She took personal interest in her mentee’s, and really ensured that she gave support for their development. I remember my first meeting with her when she joked with me and boosted my confidence as we faced a daunting task that lay ahead.

    The last i spoke to her was almost a year ago, when i asked her to write me a recommendation for my current job role; how i wish i had a chance to say bye.

    May God be good to her family as she rests in eternal peace.

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