Mzila Mthenjane, the softly spoken engineer who began his career within Anglo American, has been CEO of the Minerals Council South Africa for less than a year — but it’s been some year. 

He took over from Roger Baxter in the wake of the council’s ill-tempered spat with Transnet, the state-owned logistics “provider” (using that term loosely, of course), in which the industry body called for the axing of Transnet CEO Portia Derby and freight rail head Siza Mzimela...

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