Muriel Dube


Muriel has been involved in the industrial and extractive industries, including mining, oil and gas, corporate finance and investment banking and has occupied executive roles at Bidvest, BHP Billiton and Investec in the UK. In the public sector, Muriel has been involved in policy development and implementation in the area of sustainability and was Chief Negotiator on Climate Change for the South African Government at the United Nations and African representative on the UN Expert Group on Technology Transfer. Muriel currently chairs SASOL’s Safety, Social and Ethics Committee, and further serves on the boards of UK based Control Risks and as a representative of Rockwood Private Equity on the boards of Bravo Brands and Enviroserv. Ms Dube holds an MSc degree from Green Templeton College, University of Oxford, as well as degrees in Politics and Social Sciences from the University of Johannesburg. She has completed several executive and finance programmes at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, Harvard Institute for International Development, the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment and Standard & Poor’s.

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