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AEL’s sales force ranks high in the AECI Group

AEL Environmental Awareness Campaign

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AEL’s knowledge-transfer with university students CANSA Shavathon 2014


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Note from the Editor

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elcome to our first issue of All Aboard for 2014. It has indeed been an eventful first quarter filled with great achievements in the field, excitement at the office and tremendous joy at play. 3

AEL’S SALES FORCE RANKS HIGH IN THE AECI GROUP

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AEL COMMENDS EMPLOYEES AT ITS MANUFACTURING EXCELLENCE AWARDS

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MOVERS AND SHAKERS – AN INTERVIEW WITH FRANCOIS VAN NIEKERK

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AEL’S KNOWLEDGE-TRANSFER WITH UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

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DELIVERING QUALITY – THE AEL WAY

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MAN ON THE RUN

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A GLANCE AT THE AEL WORLD

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ENHANCING TECHNOLOGY AND SKILLS AT KEMPTON PARK PRIMARY

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AEL KEEPING IT GREEN

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AEL ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS CAMPAIGN

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AEL AND SHANDUKA JOINING FORCES TO COMBAT POVERTY

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CANSA SHAVATHON 2014

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A TIME FOR LOVE, FLOWERS AND CHOCOLATES

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AEL INDONESIA HONOURS LONG SERVICE AWARD RECIPIENTS

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FUN, GAMES AND CRICKET!

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BABIES ON BOARD

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WAYNE’S WORD

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LOVE IS IN THE AIR…

We take pleasure in sharing the heartwarming stories of our colleagues who have demonstrated confidence in the business arena attaining accolades for exemplary performance at the AECI annual sales day awards; courage and care to take on the challenge of enhancing the lives of the communities within which we operate through our CSI initiatives for Arbor Week and CANSA Shavathon month. It is this unrelenting spirit of the AEL community that inspires and motivates us to make a difference through always leading by example. Other highlights in this issue include our AEL Environmental Awareness Campaign inviting employees to draw on their team spirit and enter the competition to show how you are making a positive change to preserve the environment. In our AEL Movers and Shakers section, we cross paths with one of AEL’s ultimate gogetters, Francois van Niekerk who will be taking on the role of Group Procurement Manager later this year. The AEL Energy section uncovers our colleagues’ thrilling extra-mural activities, hidden talents and inspirational triumphs when at play. And finally, always delighting us is the Babies on Board section where we get acquainted with the latest generation of AEL family members. To keep putting smiles on the faces of our readership, we look forward to your submissions. Please email: eubulus. pillay@aelms.com Enjoy the read!

Contact Details: Eubulus Pillay - All Aboard Editor I Tel: +27 11 606 0313 I Fax: +27 11 605 0000 I eubulus.pillay@aelms.com I www. aelminingservices.com

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AEL Achievement

AEL’s sales force ranks high in the AECI Group AECI Group CEO, Mark Dytor with Nic Dreyer, AEL Regional Manager: Open Pit and Massive

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EL’s sales teams were honoured for displaying exemplary performance in the field while building customer relationships.

On 13 March 2014, the AECI Group hosted its annual Sales and Marketing Day at The Forum in Bryanston. At the event Group CEO, Mark Dytor, presented accolades to several employees from the various companies within the group, in recognition for their contribution to the group. We are proud to announce that among the many recipients were AEL’s Nic Dreyer, Regional Manager: Open Pit and Massive and Meagan van den Berg, Regional Manager: Platinum and Chrome; who were commended for their sterling efforts and achievements in 2013. As a result of Nic Dreyer’s diligence and fortitude, one of his key customers expressed great satisfaction with AEL’s ability to continuously execute quality blasting. Nic’s proven capability will stand him in good stead to become a deserving candidate

AECI Group CEO, Mark Dytor with Meagan van den Berg, AEL Regional Manager: Platinum and Chrome

for the coveted “salesmen of the year” in the future. Meagan van den Berg, was awarded an accolade for displaying consistency in securing long term initiating systems contracts with major mining houses in the region. This achievement bears testament to her resilience in the market. We commend Nic and Meagan for offering unwavering support and exceptional service to customers. A force to be reckoned with!

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AEL Achievement

AEL commends employees at its Manufacturing Excellence Awards

HR Business Partner, Bongi Vovo presented the Operator 2013 award to Josias Boroto

Group Quality Manager, Linnea Cloete, presented the Catch of the Year award to Vela Mazula

Award recipients flanked by Executive Director Operations, Sepadi Mohlabeng (eft) and Executive Operations Manager Initiating Systems, David Harding (right)

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EL’s Manufacturing Excellence Awards was hosted on Friday, 7 March 2014.

The annual event celebrates the achievements of AEL’s team of talented and competent employees who have displayed superior capability in their daily duties in various portfolios. AEL’s Executive Committee Members, David Harding and Sepadi Mohlabeng, commended individuals and teams for adding value to the organisation through their commitment and dedication. Our teams of accomplished industry specialists constantly ensure that we operate at world class standards by upskilling employees, adhering to stringent safety regulations and demonstrating precision in quality. This ultimately adds value to our customers’ operations. The event was rounded off with entertainment by Swing City made up of renowned singing sensations Lloyd Cele, Graeme Watkins and Nathan Ro.

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The award categories and individual awards included: Training and Development Awards • Engineering Learner 2013 • Multi-skilling Learner 2013 Leadership and Management Excellence Awards • First Line Manager • Second Line Manager • Leader of the year

SHEQ Manager Africa Business, Vincent Maoeng presented the SHE Rep of the year award to Albert Mashiane

Safety Awards • Leadership safety award • SHE Rep Quality Awards • Quality Champion • Best plant quality • Catch of the year Performance Awards • Excellence in service • Artisan of the year • Operator of the year

Award recipients joined the entertainers on the dance floor

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AEL Movers and Shakers

Movers and shakers

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rom playing chess to strumming his guitar, multi-skilled Francois is certainly not the clichéd “number -crunching accountant”.

At just 34, Francois van Niekerk has completed a 10year tenure at AEL with an impressive track record. After graduating, he joined the AECI group at Heartlands as an Assistant Accountant. From there he progressed to AEL as the Commercial Accountant for Narrow Reef. He was subsequently seconded as Financial Manager for AEL in West Africa, based in Ghana for 16 months and later returned to South Africa. Francois then took on various market-related finance roles such as Financial Manager for the Southern African business. After this, he was given an opportunity to become the Executive Finance service which, essentially, involved various financerelated projects within the group. About a year ago, Francois was seconded to his current role in the Business Optimisation Project to become the team leader in the Sourcing Stream, responsible for managing this stream on AEL’s behalf while ensuring final delivery to the satisfaction of all stakeholders concerned. All Aboard chatted to this versatile professional who will be taking over the role of Group Procurement Manager later this year from Sylvester Duma who will be retiring after a long successful career at AEL. Are you excited about the new portfolio that will be moving into later this year? I’m excited and more than a little nervous, since, as a Chartered Accountant, procurement is not the type of position that we are specifically trained for. Crunching numbers should not be the only thing to be good at in order to achieve success in this new position. I do believe that this will be an extremely tough journey ahead with an exceptionally steep learning curve but I am geared for the challenge. What is your modus operandi? Is it aligned to the AEL Way (confidence, care, courage)? When I get right down to the bottom of it, I always wondered why I am, in general, so comfortable at AEL. The answer lies in the fact that AEL’s values are in a big way aligned to what I firmly believe we should all be striving towards, even when we are not at work. It is important for all employees to believe in the values and leadership behaviours related to these values and to live up to them so that in turn others will be inspired to start living these values as well. Chief amongst these should be the development and growth of our subordinates, since the biggest asset of any company is its people.

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What major projects are you currently engaged in? As part of the Business Optimisation project, managing the Sourcing Stream is assessing, designing and implementing various savings opportunities from a sourcing perspective

in specific spending categories (in 2013, for example, we specifically looked at opportunities in the categories of Raw Materials and Packaging, Transport and Logistics and Engineering and Local). Examples of these initiatives include running RFP’s, targeted negotiation with selected suppliers, supplier consolidation and specification assessment. We are currently in the process of implementing the various initiatives for the categories specified above and are also going to be starting the second phase of this project. This second phase will involve the extension of initiatives to include categories not previously addressed (eg. Travel, Advertising and Marketing, IT etc.), extending selected category initiatives to the subsidiaries and engaging in a structured manner with other AECI group companies in order to assess and possibly implement initiatives in selected spending categories on a group level, with potential collaborative group savings thanks to the larger negotiation leverage due to scale. What are we doing to stay relevant and on the cutting edge? A second remit from a project perspective specifically involves the upskilling and transformation of the AEL procurement function. This would include the implementation of relevant systems and procedures to enable the department to have up-to-date group spending analysis reporting. These changes would mean that the AEL procurement function would be at the forefront of the way companies procure globally. Do you see yourself as a leader or a team player? Strictly speaking, nobody can be a leader without a team. It is essential to inspire people to follow by being the type of leader that deserves to be followed. I will do my utmost to be that type of leader. What is your vision/ goal for the future within AEL? The ultimate vision I have for AEL is that the company becomes the great company it is destined to be. I don’t want us to be merely good, but excellent at everything we set our minds to. The first step in this process is to become part of Vision 2017, The Next Stretch. Believe me, it is a stretch to fulfil our strategic goals, but I am sure that I am not alone in believing that it will be merely the beginning of great things to come just by reaching our 2017 goals. I am willing to step up and play a part in achieving these goals whilst I also realise that it will take a tremendous team effort to accomplish this. Tell us something interesting about yourself? I have South African colours for chess and I used to play the guitar as part of a band when I was much younger. Now I love spending time with my friends and family, going camping, playing squash and tennis. I often challenge myself and am currently learning to speak French. All Aboard wishes Francois great success as he prepares to take on his future role as Group Procurement Manager.

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AEL Thought Leadership

AEL’s knowledge-transfer with university students

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EL annually hosts students from the University of the Witwatersrand, University of Pretoria and University of Johannesburg at our Student Technical Days. The event is managed by the Group Mining Optimisation department in conjunction with the Training and Development department. Our team of experts engage with students through interactive presentations enlightening them about our organisation, products and services. The presentations are complemented by an exhibition of impressive cutting edge products and services such as our Mobile Manufacturing Units, Underground Bulk System and Shock Tube display. The day culminates in a live controlled demonstration at the near/ far range. This highly successful event is also tailored to assist Mining Engineering students of all levels to gather information about the career prospects after graduating. At last quarter’s event, several students described AEL as their “employer of choice” due to our rich 100 year history and the fact that we are one of the largest explosives suppliers in Africa. AEL representatives from Mining Optimisation, R&D, Products to Market and HR were in engaging in knowledge-sharing with students. In order to facilitate and avail work experience for graduates, AEL has also been running an internship programme benefitting a range of students in diverse corporate sectors. The programme runs for a year end is open to all tertiary graduates. AEL places the graduates in a department which can assist them in gaining experience in their field of study such as Finance, Human Resources, Marketing or Engineering. To date the company has taken on in excess of 39 graduates with 10 of these being awarded permanent employment. For more information about our internship programme, contact Eubulus Pillay on 011 606 0313 or eubulus.pillay@aelms.com

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AEL Quality

Delivering Quality...The AEL Way

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n this issue’s book review, All Aboard engages with Linnea Cloete, our Group Quality and Capability Manager, who reviews The 4 Disciplines of Execution by Chris McChesney, Sean Covey and Jim Huling. Quality needs to be ingrained in our employees so that our customers can rely on us to deliver. Our key message should serve as a reminder to our employees that every job, no matter how big or small, requires meticulous care and must be executed with quality. This contributes to the overall success of our organisation.

care and attention to Quality The AEL Way. This means that quality should become second nature as we subscribe to the standards of ISO 9001:2008 to make sure we stay in business and are recognised as an organisation that will always deliver on quality. We therefore approach quality with confidence, courage and care. With this in mind, reading the 4 Disciplines of Execution becomes a great guide from taking a strategy into execution by following 4 steps meticulously. The 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) provides handson, practical tools to help us at AEL drive our primary goals even in the middle of the daily whirlwind of work. So often, leadership training follows a theoretical and strategic course, with little to no practical application. So it sounds all good in theory but people have no idea how to execute this in real life. We all have many great ideas of how to improve our business—but how do we actually put them to work? This book provides a response and answer to this pertinent question. The Four Disciplines of Execution are not a theory but rather a proven set of practices that have been tried and tested over numerous organisations and continue to bring abut results. Quite simply the disciplines are:

THE FOUR DISCIPLINES OF EXECUTION: ACHIEVING YOUR WILDLY IMPORTANT GOALS by Sean Covey, Chris McChesney and New York Times Best Selling Author - Jim Huling

“What Six Sigma and Lean are to manufacturing, The 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) are to executing your strategy. It is a practical methodology that can solve every leader’s No. 1 challenge: execution,” Ram Charan co-author of best selling Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done and the author of What the CEO wants You to Know. How often do you hear of a major initiative at an organisation and then in the blink of an eye it dies down, leaving you to wonder what happened? Or it gets pushed further and further down the list of priorities, causing it to be put on the back burner and often forgotten about. Here at AEL we do not want to ever lose sight of our major initiative, The Next Stretch 2017. Part of achieving Vision 2017 is paying meticulous 8

1. Focusing on the Wildly Important Goal (WIG) 2. Acting on Lead Measures 3. Keeping a Compelling Scoreboard 4. Creating a Cadence of Accountability Rather than scattering many ideas into the marketplace and hoping one or two will catch on, 4DX encourages teams to focus on a specific Wildly Important Goal (WIG), then implement proven tools (leading measures, the active scoreboard, group accountability) to achieve that specific goal. Each discipline must be followed in order to reach a level where being accountable is all part of the process, where the ownership of particular goals and the way in which we achieve them, is owned by every member of our various teams. This book offers practical tools to propel groups towards achieving their goals, rather than losing sight of their goals in the daily hustle and bustle of ‘have-todo’ activities. To emphasise the importance of the WIG, the authors present compelling, real-world examples

that apply to almost any environment. Focusing on 2-3 Wildly Important Goals, sets the pace for success, as the authors recognise that people in an organisation tend to focus more on their day-to-day running of a profitable business and have limited time for ‘special initiatives’.

This book gives us a process for identifying leading success behaviours that we should adopt and leading indicators in achieving the goals we have set. The concept and associated explanation of lead and lag measures, and how they impact achieving goals as a way of gaining momentum and staying focused is one I found most enlightening. The authors advocate the use of dashboards as a measure of success and a motivator to achieve. Keeping track through a compelling scoreboard is imperative to achieving your WIGS. Ultimately they talk about creating a cadence of accountability. The word ‘cadence’ is a musical term used to describe rhythm, where accountability is an accepted part of the processes we follow everyday and shifting blame and responsibility is frowned upon. The read gets a bit technical toward the end, but for the most part it was interesting and has the potential to improve many different environments: at work, or even in family, and individual lives. This is a highly recommended read. Quality Read Star Rating: 4/5 We would love to hear from you. How you would apply these disciplines to entrenching Quality The AEL Way. Send your answers to Keabetswe.Modikoe@aelms. com. The best answers will be featured in the next edition of All Aboard.

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AEL at a glance

A glance at the AEL world

Man on the run!

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ohn Grobbelaar, Development Manager for Products to Market, competed at the Gauteng North Masters Athletics Championships, held at Pilditch Stadium in Pretoria on Saturday,

8 March 2014. He received a bronze medal in the 200m sprint (28.71 sec) and a fourth place in the 100m sprint (13.74 sec). John will compete at the South Africa Championships in Rustenburg on

Hennie van Niekerk at Kleinkoppie mine's interesting fishpond

25 – 26 April 2014 where he will represent the Gauteng North region. He hopes to receive a medal and fulfil his long-term goal of achieving South African national colours at the championships. John will also compete at one of the world’s largest sports competitions, the Comrades Marathon 2014. This will be his 26th year at the Comrades Marathon.

AEL CSI

Enhancing technology and skills at Kempton Park Primary

Limpopo Sales Office celebrated its quarterly safety day

AEL’s IT department made a significant contribution to Kempton Park Primary as part of AEL’s CSI initiative to enhance literacy at primary schools in the surrounding communities.

Sifisile Ngwenya (left) pictured with Mxolisi Nene, enjoyed a surprise birthday party hosted by her colleagues at The Platform

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AEL CSI

AEL keeping it green

Keeping it green! AEL’s Distribution department embarked on a climate change initiative during last September’s Arbor Week celebrations. The initiative was spearheaded by Gift Radebe, Distribution’s intern, under the guidance of John Marshall, SHEQ Manager: Business Services Group and Steve Kgomo, Employee Development Manager. The project entailed planting twelve indigenous trees at Boitumelong Secondary school in Tembisa with participation from the learners. Learners were encouraged to care for the environment by planting trees that they could nurture that will ultimately provide shade on blistering hot days. They were also encouraged to educate fellow learners about threats to the environment and how we need to respect the flora and fauna in order to preserve nature for future generations.

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AEL Environmental Awareness

AEL Environmental Awareness Campaign 2014

We invite employees to participate in AEL’s Environmental Awareness Campaign 2014. The theme of the campaign is Care and Conservation of the Earth. The Environmental Awareness Campaign is aimed at mobilising employees across the organisation to make a positive impact on their environment. While we live and work in different communities, it is imperative to remember that we face the same environmental challenges that ultimately affect the sustainability of life and the planet. The objectives of the campaign are to: • Create meaningful and sustainable ways to conserve two of the most precious resources; water and energy. • Improve methods of waste disposal. This is your opportunity to present fun ways in which you or your department are making a positive change at home or at work. The campaign will run from the 1 April until 30 June 2014. Entries will be reviewed by a panel of judges and a winner will be announced at the SHE Conference on 19 August 2014. Entries must be in the form of multimedia (photos or videos) or PowerPoint presentations. Play your part and take care of the environment! There are awesome prizes to be won! For more information contact Ayanda.Zici@aelms.com

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AEL Spirit

AEL AND SHANDUKA JOINING FORCES TO COMBAT POVERTY

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EL participated in the Shanduka Annual Charity Golf Day which took place on 27th of September 2013, at the Middelburg Country

Club. The event was a fund-raising initiative for the less fortunate primary schools in Middelburg, Mpumalanga Province. An overwhelming response resulted in the collection of over half a million rand. To add to this total, various portraits of Sports Heroes were auctioned off at the prize giving dinner. The Shanduka Group was founded in 2001 as a blackowned investment holding company. It has invested in a diverse portfolio of listed and unlisted companies, with key holdings in the resources, food and beverage industries. Shanduka has also invested in the financial services, energy, telecoms, property and industrial sectors. The group has investments in South Africa, Mozambique, Mauritius, Ghana and Nigeria. The company's investment philosophy rests on partnering

Thabo Makeki, Braam Swanepoel, Anton Vorster, Sean O’Brien (AEL)

Sean, Anton & Braam with one of the sponsors

with companies that have a history of delivering profitable earnings and capable management teams that embrace transformation. Shanduka Coal and Kangra Coal makes up their portfolio in the coal mining sector. AEL supplies explosives (in the region of 1,500 tons per month on average) to Middelkraal, Wonderfontein and Kleinfontein. We also supply Genet Mining which is a mining contractor operating on some of the Shanduka sites, like Onverdacht. AEL is passionate to invest in less fortunate communities within which it operates.

Riaan Hoffman, Jacques Pienaar, Hermie vd Westhuizen, Tiger van Wyk (Genet Mining)

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CANSA Shavathon 2014

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ANSA Shavathon is a fundraising initiative that has crept into the hearts of South Africans, with many people from all backgrounds, ages, races and creeds getting involved and showing support for the fight against cancer. On 28 February 2014, AEL hosted the Shavathon and subsequently raised funds to the value of R 2 140 which will enable CANSA to continue their support programmes for people affected by cancer and further develop cancer research projects. Thank you to everyone that supported the Shavathon campaign. To learn more about CANSA initiatives, visit www.cansa. org.za. Crazy colourful coiffure for a worthy course

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Employees spreading the love at The Platform

A time for love, flowers and chocolates! AEL employees celebrated Valentine’s Day on 14 February 2014 by sharing sweet treats and flowers with those closest to their hearts.

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AEL Indonesia honours Long Service award recipients

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ast year AEL Indonesia presented Long Service awards to five employees who have served the company for 5 years.

Long service award presented to Max Patty by Patrick Foo

Long service award presented to Patrick Foo

They are Patrick Foo (Executive Director AEL Asia Pacific), Nency Ismail (Finance Director Asia Pacific), Max Patty (Supply Chain Manager Asia Pacific), Dameria Sirait (Personal Assistant to the Executive Director) and Sukayat (Driver to the Executive Director). AEL Indonesia’s Jakarta office celebrated this event by hosting a dinner in honour of the award recipients who were presented with certificates and exclusive wrist watches. Later this year, AEL Indonesia will be handing out more Long Service awards to 65 employees. This is an indication of the dedication and loyalty displayed by employees who see AEL as an employer of choice.

Long service awards presented to Sukayat & Dameria Sirait by Patrick Foo

Long service award presented to Nency Ismail by Patrick Foo

FUN, GAMES AND ACTION CRICKET!

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unanimous decision was therefore taken that the Coldshots would have the honour of the ‘sinking’ trophy.

Members of both teams arrived, with the support of friends and family, ready and geared up for what would be the most exciting and challenging game. The mascot for the day, Sibusiso Khumalo’s 18-month-old daughter – Tehillah, set the tone by cheering for both teams and dancing throughout the game.

Other noteworthy recognition on the night include: • Anley Chinnappa, highest contribution score • Sharika Rutthan, lowest contribution score • Subash Chetty, best spirit • Sibusiso Khumalo, first time player

The Hotshots claimed victory when narrowly defeating the Coldshots by 8 runs. A

For more information about the AEL Action Cricket league, email Leisel.Baker@aelms.com.

he AEL Hotshots took on the Coldshots at a much anticipated league game of Action Cricket on 31 January 2014.

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BABIES ON BOARD

We are proud to introduce the latest additions to the AEL family, more bundles of joy…

Welcome Sizolwethu Ifa Sikhosana, son of Khanyi Sikhosana born on 15 October 2013

Introducing Lerato, son of Matshidiso Motubase born on 19 July 2013

Say hello to Rosina Makhutja’s beautiful baby girl born on 5 January 2014

Meet Eugene Vincent Tsoriyo, son of Vincent Tsoriyo born on 25 February 2014

Wayne’s Word

Love is in the air…

Executive Director, Southern African

Congratulations to Simon Tose and Sanet on their recent engagement.

Business, Wayne Du Chenne has defended

We hope to hear wedding bells soon!

his position as victor on the boardroom battleground with his arsenal of linguistic quips targeted to motivate employees. His latest offering is:

“Like playing golf, drive for show, putt for dough. Keep it on the greens!” Definition: Do your utmost to aim for nothing but great success. Keep your ears attuned for Wayne’s next semantic serving.

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Wealth Unearthed Our diverse range of robust electronic delay detonators are designed to cope with the most challenging mining environments

Advancing, constantly evolving and defining the future of electronic initiation technology in the global mining industry

Showcasing our cutting-edge products and value-adding services in Chile from 21-24 April 2014 at

This is the kind of wealth AEL Mining Services is proud to help you unearth. Advancing, constantly evolving and defining the future of explosives in the mining industry whilst preserving our heritage. AEL Head Office Tel: +27 11 606 0000 email: company.email@aelms.com www.aelminingservices.com

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