Marikana Mine

Remembering Marikana while creating a more inclusive and sustainable future

In honour of the people who lost their lives near Marikana in August 2012, Sibanye-Stillwater has actioned a more sustainable future beyond the tragedy of Marikana’s past.

Collaborative Marikana Renewal Programme launched

"It is not ‘forgive and forget’ as if nothing wrong had ever happened, but ‘forgive and go forward." - Alan Paton

Sibanye-Stillwater restructures historical black economic empowerment structure

Sibanye-Stillwater has re-structured the previously highly indebted Lonmin broad-based B-BBEE structure for Marikana.
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Marikana provides processing capacity to offset Force Majeure

All benefits of the PoC agreement for the 50% concentrate treated by the Marikana processing facilities will accrue to Marikana.

Sibanye-Stillwater releases final Marikana retrenchment figures

Precious metals miner Sibanye-Stillwater reported that 1 142 employees have been retrenched following the conclusion of the Section 189 restructuring at the Marikana operation, which it acquired as part of its Lonmin acquisition on 10 June 2019.
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DMRE concerned about Sibanye-Stillwater retrenchments

It is disheartening, in tough economic times, when South Africa is faced with increased unemployment to hear of potential job losses at Sibanye-Stillwater.

5,270 jobs to be cut at Sibanye-Stillwater

Sibanye-Stillwater enters consultations in terms of Section 189A of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 regarding the restructuring of its Marikana mine.
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NUM welcomes Labour Court judgment against Lonmin and Amcu

NUM says the judgement confirms a coalition between three unions obtaining an urgent interdict against AMCU regarding an agreement signed with Lonmin.

Magara and Mathunjwa’s takeover gift to Sibanye-Stillwater

Ben Magara and Joseph Mathunjwa reached an agreement on the eve of Workers’ Day that marked the imminent takeover of Lonmin Platinum by Sibanye Stillwater.

Chromtech: a chrome jewel in the PGM crown

ChromTech has added a new process plant designed to retreat old PGM material to extract chrome from a historical mine dump.

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