Our Board

Meet Our Board Members

The board of Clover Alloys represents the shareholders of the company and have a wide range of skills that contributes to the success of the company.

Chairman

Adam Richard Fleming

Adam was born in 1948 and educated at Eton College in the UK. He worked for the family banking business in London, Hong Kong, and Singapore for over thirty years and reestablished the business in South Africa in 1991, while privately funding a new greenstone gold deposit discovered by Shell in 1995. Kalgold was subsequently acquired by Harmony and Adam became Chairman during a period that saw the Group become one of the largest gold mining operations in the world.

Adam retains significant investments in natural resources in the region and remains an outspoken champion of the tremendous opportunities for South Africa in the world of mining.

CEO

Philip Kotze

Philip started his career in 1981 with Anglovaal Mining Corporation.  During his career he worked for a number of companies including Anglogold Ashanti, Kalahari Goldridge Mining Co Ltd , Harmony Gold Mining Co Ltd, Deloitte and Anooraq Resources Corporation.  He has accumulated significant operational experience over the last 40 years on a number of different mines and has distinguished himself as an expert in finding innovative solutions for complex problems.

Philip served on the executive level of listed mining companies since 1996.  He operated as Chief Operating Officer for Harmony Gold Mining Co Ltd and in 2008 Philip joined Atlatsa Resources Corporation, a public company, listed on TSX-Venture Exchange, Amex and the JSE, in the role as President and Chief Executive Officer, a position he held until March 2011.  Thereafter, Philip took up the position as Chief Executive Officer of Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Company in 2011 with the objective to take the company into production.  The company was subsequently acquired by Sibanye Gold at the end of March 2014.

Philip joined Clover Alloys (SA) Pty Ltd in 2014 when he took over the reigns as Chief Executive Officer.  During his tenure at Clover Alloys he grew the production capacity of the company from 36 000 t/annum to 1.5 million t/annum.

Qualifications
GDE (Mining Economics) (Wits), NHD (Metalliferous Mining) (Wits),  DPLR (UNISA), MDP (Wits Business School)

Director

Hector Fleming

Hector Fleming is a founder of Fleming Wulfsohn Africa, an African investment company. He has more than fifteen years of private equity and capital market experience across Africa and other emerging markets.

Hector is a joint CEO of Imara Holdings Limited, a Pan African Financial Services Group and is a director of the The Johannesburg Land Company Limited, Clover Alloys SA Limited, Zambezi Ranching and Cropping Ltd and Yellowstripe Resources Limited.

In earlier years, Hector was a former director of GoldMoney Inc, and an executive of Standard Chartered Bank’s private equity group in London, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Director

Greg Greyvensteyn

Greg has been involved in the international trade of metals and minerals for the past 16 years.

Greg began his trading career under a JSE listed trading house where he grew into the role of senior trader, responsible for the development and maintenance of many strategic relationships.

In 2015 Greg was one of the key founding shareholders of Stratore (Pty) Ltd which has since grown into a well respected trading house within the South African commodity trading industry. Under his leadership as a Director and Chief Executive Officer for the past eight years, Stratore has developed interests and investments in various mining projects and operations throughout South Africa and has established significant trade finance lines within the South African banking sector.

Greg brings with him a wealth of specialised experience in the international trade of Chrome, Manganese Ore, Iron Ore and Coal sourced in South Africa and Zimbabwe. As well as inTin, Tantalum and Tungsten sourced from further within the African continent.

Director

Simon Jamieson

Simon Jamieson ( 64 ) started his career at a U.S based Venture Capital firm. He then worked in the U.S. Office of Robert Fleming on the Investment side focusing on Private Equity. This entailed investing in both unlisted direct corporate investments and a broad range of Private Equity Managers. He subsequently returned to his native U.K. and continued with the same responsibilities. The portfolio included several African unlisted companies.

He currently Chairs the Investment Committee of a U.S based family office, is a Director of a London listed Investment Company and advises an African focused Private Equity Fund.

Director

Roger Koevort

Roger is a Director of Johannesburg Land Company Limited (JLC) and has served as its Chief Executive Officer for the past 12 years www.jhbland.com. JLC was created by the Fleming Family who recognised opportunities following a period of decline, and the potential for the rejuvenation of the Central Business District (CBD) and inner-city life in Johannesburg.

Roger and the JLC management team have been instrumental in bringing this vision to life. Together, they have created one of the largest, commercial landlords in downtown Johannesburg. JLC aims to be the partner of choice for leading institutions seeking quality buildings with credible management in Johannesburg.

JLC is proud to count Standard Bank, Nedbank, Bryte Insurance, Vodacom, Anglo Platinum, Capitec Bank and other similar organisations as valued clients, both past and present.

Roger and the JLC management team have been instrumental in bringing this vision to life. Together, they have created one of the largest landowners of downtown Johannesburg. JLC aims to be the partner of choice for leading South African institutions seeking quality buildings with credible management in Johannesburg.

JLC is proud to consider Standard Bank, Nedbank, Zurich Insurance, Vodacom, Anglo Platinum and other reputed organisations as valued clients.

Director

Harry Wulfsohn

Harry Wulfsohn is joint CEO of Imara Holdings Limited and founder of Fleming Wulfsohn Africa Limited whose main investment is Imara. Harry has an impressive 20 years’ financial services experience in Africa and the UK.

In 2014, he launched Fleming Wulfsohn Africa Limited to source, invest, and actively manage private equity and real estate opportunities in Central and Southern Africa. Having acquired control of Imara in 2017, all activity has migrated to the Imara Group.

Since the launch, the company has completed numerous transactions in Africa, including leveraged buyouts of listed and private companies, turnarounds, and the restructuring of financial services and waste processing businesses. The company has also invested growth capital into private companies. Harry is former director of the Stenham Group, a position he held for 15 years.

Furthermore, Harry led the transformation of Stenham from a multi-family office into an institutional fund manager. He held roles in London as Head of Business Development and COO of Asset Management in Johannesburg where he was responsible for trade finance. He was involved in the Wulfsohn family interests in various businesses across Central and Southern Africa over many years.

Harry is a qualified Chartered Accountant and worked at Arthur Andersen in London in the Corporate Financial Services and Turnaround division. He holds the Investment Management Certificate of the Institute of Investment Management and Research, London, and a BSc (Hons) from Manchester University.

CEO

Philip Kotze

Philip started his career in 1981 with Anglovaal Mining Corporation.  During his career he worked for a number of companies including Anglogold Ashanti, Kalahari Goldridge Mining Co Ltd , Harmony Gold Mining Co Ltd, Deloitte and Anooraq Resources Corporation.  He has accumulated significant operational experience over the last 40 years on a number of different mines and has distinguished himself as an expert in finding innovative solutions for complex problems.

Philip served on the executive level of listed mining companies since 1996.  He operated as Chief Operating Officer for Harmony Gold Mining Co Ltd and in 2008 Philip joined Atlatsa Resources Corporation, a public company, listed on TSX-Venture Exchange, Amex and the JSE, in the role as President and Chief Executive Officer, a position he held until March 2011.  Thereafter, Philip took up the position as Chief Executive Officer of Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Company in 2011 with the objective to take the company into production.  The company was subsequently acquired by Sibanye Gold at the end of March 2014.

Philip joined Clover Alloys (SA) Pty Ltd in 2014 when he took over the reigns as Chief Executive Officer.  During his tenure at Clover Alloys he grew the production capacity of the company from 36 000 t/annum to 1.5 million t/annum.

Qualifications
GDE (Mining Economics) (Wits), NHD (Metalliferous Mining) (Wits),  DPLR (UNISA), MDP (Wits Business School)

Chairman

Adam Richard Fleming

Adam was born in 1948 and educated at Eton College in the UK. He worked for the family banking business in London, Hong Kong, and Singapore for over thirty years and reestablished the business in South Africa in 1991, while privately funding a new greenstone gold deposit discovered by Shell in 1995. Kalgold was subsequently acquired by Harmony and Adam became Chairman during a period that saw the Group become one of the largest gold mining operations in the world.

Adam retains significant investments in natural resources in the region and remains an outspoken champion of the tremendous opportunities for South Africa in the world of mining.

Director

Rodger Koevort

Roger served as Chief Executive Officer of Johannesburg Land Company Limited (JLC) (http://www.jhbland.com) up until March 2023. JLC was created by the Fleming Family who recognised opportunities following a period of decline, and the potential for the rejuvenation of the Central Business District (CBD) and inner-city life.

Roger and the JLC management team have been instrumental in bringing this vision to life. Together, they have created one of the largest landowners of downtown Johannesburg. JLC aims to be the partner of choice for leading South African institutions seeking quality buildings with credible management in Johannesburg.

JLC is proud to consider Standard Bank, Nedbank, Zurich Insurance, Vodacom, Anglo Platinum and other reputed organisations as valued clients.

Director

Hector Fleming

Hector Fleming is a founder of Fleming Wulfsohn Africa, an African investment company. He has more than fifteen years of private equity and capital market experience across Africa and other emerging markets.

Hector is a joint CEO of Imara Holdings Limited, a Pan African Financial Services Group and is a director of the The Johannesburg Land Company Limited, Clover Alloys SA Limited, Zambezi Ranching and Cropping Ltd and Yellowstripe Resources Limited.

In earlier years, Hector was a former director of GoldMoney Inc, and an executive of Standard Chartered Bank’s private equity group in London, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Director

Harry Wulfsohn

Harry Wulfsohn is joint CEO of Imara Holdings Limited and founder of Fleming Wulfsohn Africa Limited whose main investment is Imara. Harry has an impressive 20 years’ financial services experience in Africa and the UK.

In 2014, he launched Fleming Wulfsohn Africa Limited to source, invest, and actively manage private equity and real estate opportunities in Central and Southern Africa. Having acquired control of Imara in 2017, all activity has migrated to the Imara Group.

Since the launch, the company has completed numerous transactions in Africa, including leveraged buyouts of listed and private companies, turnarounds, and the restructuring of financial services and waste processing businesses. The company has also invested growth capital into private companies. Harry is former director of the Stenham Group, a position he held for 15 years.

Furthermore, Harry led the transformation of Stenham from a multi-family office into an institutional fund manager. He held roles in London as Head of Business Development and COO of Asset Management in Johannesburg where he was responsible for trade finance. He was involved in the Wulfsohn family interests in various businesses across Central and Southern Africa over many years.

Harry is a qualified Chartered Accountant and worked at Arthur Andersen in London in the Corporate Financial Services and Turnaround division. He holds the Investment Management Certificate of the Institute of Investment Management and Research, London, and a BSc (Hons) from Manchester University.

Director

Simon Jamieson

Simon Jamieson ( 64 ) started his career at a U.S based Venture Capital firm. He then worked in the U.S. Office of Robert Fleming on the Investment side focusing on Private Equity. This entailed investing in both unlisted direct corporate investments and a broad range of Private Equity Managers. He subsequently returned to his native U.K. and continued with the same responsibilities. The portfolio included several African unlisted companies.

He currently Chairs the Investment Committee of a U.S based family office, is a Director of a London listed Investment Company and advises an African focused Private Equity Fund.

Director

Greg Greyvensteyn

Greg has been involved in the international trade of metals and minerals for the past 16 years.

Greg began his trading career under a JSE listed trading house where he grew into the role of senior trader, responsible for the development and maintenance of many strategic relationships.

In 2015 Greg was one of the key founding shareholders of Stratore (Pty) Ltd which has since grown into a well respected trading house within the South African commodity trading industry. Under his leadership as a Director and Chief Executive Officer for the past eight years, Stratore has developed interests and investments in various mining projects and operations throughout South Africa and has established significant trade finance lines within the South African banking sector.

Greg brings with him a wealth of specialised experience in the international trade of Chrome, Manganese Ore, Iron Ore and Coal sourced in South Africa and Zimbabwe. As well as inTin, Tantalum and Tungsten sourced from further within the African continent.