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Platinum Group Metals CEO calls it a day

Frank Hallam has agreed to assume the position of president and CEO on an interim basis.
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S&P upgrades Sibanye-Stillwater’s credit rating

S&P Global Ratings has upgraded Sibanye-Stillwater’s issuer credit rating to 'BB-’ from ‘B+’ with a Stable Outlook.
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Touching the Flatreef – what a privilege!

The high-grade Flatreef ore body is a “trove” of platinum-group metals, nickel, copper and gold. It has an estimated thickness of 26 m.

Communities and mines can build sustainable futures, together

South African platinum major Anglo American Platinum, or Amplat, is proving that mining companies can work successfully with local communities to generate sustainable futures.

SA in recession, despite growth from the mining sector

The mining and quarrying sector in South Africa has contributed positively to GDP in the second quarter according to data released by Statistics SA. Unfortunately, this has not prevented a recession in the country, which has been attributed to the agricultural and communications sectors.

Amplats to reduce SO2 levels at Polokwane smelter by 96%

Construction of Anglo American Platinum’s SO2 abatement project at its Polokwane smelter got underway with a sod-turning ceremony held on Thursday.

Sibanye-Stillwater bears a heavy burden but hope remains

"This situation is unparalleled in Sibanye-Stillwater’s history and my entire 40-year career. I am saddened and traumatised."
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South Africa and Russia recommit to PGMs MoU

South Africa and Russia have recommitted themselves to the continued implementation of their MoU on Platinum Group Metals.
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Sibanye-Stillwater’s acquisition of Lonmin takes another step forward

The Competition and Markets Authority has unconditionally cleared Sibanye-Stillwater’s proposed acquisition of Lonmin following its investigation.

Froneman commits to saving +18 000 Lonmin jobs

Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman has committed to saving between 18 000 and 20 000 Lonmin jobs should the deal to acquire the troubled PGM miner be given the green light, writes Laura Cornish.