The WHL Board remains resolute in its high standards of governance, ethics, and integrity. By setting an ethical tone at the top and leading effectively with integrity, the WHL Board ensures that good corporate governance is channelled into all levels of the organisation to enhance our reputation, build trust and, ultimately, result in value creation for the business and stakeholders. The WHL Board oversees strategy, risk, and performance, while operational responsibility resides with management.
WHL Board Sustainability Committee:
WHL Board Social and Ethics Committee:
For more information on the Board and its committees, refer to the Board Charter, committees’ Terms of Reference, and the Governance section of the IAR.
The Group Head of Sustainability:
The Director of Corporate Affairs and Group People Director:
Relevant KPIs and targets from these scorecards are included in employees’ and management’s personal performance scorecards across the Group as part of our Integrated Performance Management (IPM) system. Relevant KPIs would, for example, include BBBEE, local sourcing, carbon, electricity, waste, packaging, water, and responsibly sourced commodities
The Sustainability Scorecard scores for WSA as a whole and CRG are specifically included as one of the indicators used to measure the performance of the Group strategy. The scores also influence the calculation of the Group CEO and executive directors’ variable pay
In addition, GBJ-related KPIs have been included in the executives’ long-term incentive scheme. For more information, refer to the Remuneration Report