In Sesotho, when you tell someone to “Atleha” you are telling them to prosper.


By combining “Atleha” and “edu” we want to contribute to quality financial education.

Please select & register from the below webinar options

We have scheduled two sessions per day, covering the same content, to accommodate a broader audience.

Workshop date options

14 February 2022 - session 1

14 February 2022 - session 2

21 February 2022 - session 1

21 February 2022 - session 2


11:00 - 12:00 (register here)

14:00 - 15:00 (register here)

11: 00 - 12:00 (register here)

14:00 - 15:00 (register here)


  • Welcome & Introductions (5 minutes)
  • Results of a scenario exercise to quantify the transition risk faced by a portfolio of 50+ of the largest JSE-listed companies (5 minutes)
  • Overview of the JSE Draft Climate Change Disclosure Guidance (10 minutes)
  • Reflections on JSE Draft Climate Change Disclosure Guidance based on project learnings (10 minutes)
  • Facilitated discussion of the value of the Draft Disclosure Guidance to asset managers and retirement funds (15 minutes)
  • Overview of the tools and resources created by the project and how to access them (10 minutes)
  • Close (5 minutes)

Facilitators and expert speakers

Brent Cloete

Director: Climate Change & Energy Economics, DNA Economics

Melanie Smith

Practice Head: ESG Advisory and Research, Six Capitals Advisory

Cerin Maduray

Investment Analyst, WWF-SA

Raphael Chaskalson

Senior Economist, Vivid Economics

Shameela Soobramone

Chief Sustainability Officer, JSE

Mike Davies

Director: Kigoda Consulting

Climate risk and the JSE’s draft Climate Change Disclosure Guidance February 2022

The South Africa-UK PACT-funded project Aligning South Africa’s climate-related financial disclosure with global best practice undertook a modeling exercise that clearly showed that climate risk is a material financial risk for listed companies, asset managers and asset owners in South Africa. Timeously, the JSE recently launched its new draft Climate Change Disclosure Guidance to help manage this risk in December 2021. The JSE will accept public comments on the draft guidance until the end of February.

We’d like to share our reflections on the draft Climate Change Disclosure Guidelines with you and facilitate an open discussion on whether you believe the draft guidelines meet your needs as asset managers and retirement funds, while the comment period is still open.

We’d also like to take the opportunity to briefly introduce you to the tools and training material the project developed to support asset managers and retirement funds to effectively analyse, manage and report climate-related risks and opportunities.