Five main rules for the best corporate governance practice
- Ethics: a successful business must have a clear ethical basis
- Align Business Goals: setting clearly determined, ambitious yet objectively reachable goals, achievable through building a suitable stakeholder decision making model
- Strategic Management: creating an effective strategy process incorporating stakeholder value
- Organization: having a well-structured and suitable work organization leading to a successful corporate governance
- Reporting: implementing reporting systems structured to ensure transparency and accountability
- Upholding human dignity and valuing it above all with no exceptions.
- Never justifying the oppression of minorities of any form/in any situation in the daily business operations.
- Not supporting corruption and never involving our company into any corrupted activities.
- Always protecting human life in all forms.
- Guiding our business operations with the fundamental goal of improving the economy of Rwanda as well as the welfare of its people.
- Knowingly never conducting any business with persons or groups of people involved in acts of violence.
- Knowingly never conducting any business with persons or groups of people purchasing minerals from rebel or armed groups.
- Ensuring that all of our suppliers acknowledge their acceptance that they adhere to these ethical principles by signing the corresponding documents.
- Due to a continuous effort to apply and to improve these Ethical Fundamentals, making occasional inquiries, requesting documentation and investigating (directly or through intermediaries) which investigations shall be allowed by clients, suppliers and contractors involved in our business.
- Issuing a copy of the translated OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas to all of our suppliers, committing them to adhering to this document’s requirements, fully supported and upheld by our company.