Anglo American Platinum: Mabore Sithole

Mabore joined Amplats in Dec 2017

Mabore Sithole, Head of Human Resource Development (HRD) and Transformation at Anglo American Platinum, has 20 years’ experience as an HR professional,  with 15 years at senior and executive level. As a seasoned HR Director, she has worked for big corporates like Fraser Alexander, Sasol, Otis and Arivia.kom. She transformed the HR department at Fraser Alexander to be aligned with the business by introducing a new HR delivery model. In 2014, she published a book called Chase Your Dreams, which provides inspiration, motivation and tools on how to translate dreams into reality. Her personal vision is to empower people by becoming a channel of resources to the people in need. She is an expert in the field of personal mastery, leadership development and transformational leadership.


Dec 2017 – Present:      Head of HRD and Transformation, Anglo American


Jun 2017 – Nov 2017:    Founder, Ya Hina Management Consulting

May 2013 – May 2017: Executive Head, HR, Fraser Alexander

Feb 2012 – Apr 2013:   HR Director, Otis Elevators

Sep 2008 – Jan 2012:    Senior Manager, HR Operations, Sasol Mining

Aug 2007 – Aug 2008:  Senior Consultant, HRD and OD, Sasol Group Learning

                                          and Development

Mar 2005 – Jul 2007:    Senior Manager, HRD and Performance Management,


Apr 2003 – Dec 2004:   Skills Development Manager, City of Johannesburg

Apr 2000 – Mar 2003:  Deputy Director, HRD, National Department of Public Works



2003 – 2003:                 Advanced Programme in Organisation and Development,

                                        University of South Africa

2001 – 2003:                 BA(Hons), HRD Management, University of


1992 – 1996:                 BA, University of Limpopo


About Anglo American Platinum

Anglo American Platinum is the world’s leading major producer of platinum

Based in South Africa, the company produces around 37% of the world’s newly mined platinum, while it also produces the entire range of platinum group metals (PGMs), which are platinum, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium, iridium and osmium.