In Focus: Corporate governance in managing the extractive industry in Africa

In Focus: Corporate governance in managing the extractive industry in Africa

Date: January 08, 2021

Guest: Ms. Sheila Khama

In this episode, we delve into corporate governance in the extractive industry in Africa with Ms. Sheila Khama, a natural resource expert who served as CEO of De Beers – Botswana from 2005 – 2010 and is currently serving as Non-Executive Director of Tullow Oil Plc.

Ms. Sheila Khama

Non-Executive Director, Tullow Oil Plc.

In her new book, Corporate Governance: Boards of Partnership and State-Owned Entities in Mineral, Oils and Gas Industries, Ms. Khama shares insights on corporate governance, targeting policy and decision makers, think tanks, civil society and stakeholders interested and invested in the welfare of the extractives. With 20 years’ experience in the industry, Sheila Khama is one of the most prominent, respected and indeed knowledgeable advisors of the sector having advised African governments through the African Development Bank, as well as Latin American and Asian governments through the World Bank.