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What is Sibanye-Stillwater’s biodiversity rating?

"As a consequence of putting ESG at the centre of our strategy, it is heartening to be recognised for our efforts and disclosures."

Zero harm: have we dropped the ball in the wake of COVID-19?

One life lost is one too many; the increasing number of fatalities is a blow to the commitment to ensuring employee returns home safely.

Implats updates acquisition of further shares in Royal Bafokeng Platinum

Implats has concluded agreements to acquire a further 942,000 RBPlat Shares constituting approximately 0.33% of the RBPlat Shares in issue.

South Deep builds and equips science lab at Secondary School

“Ensuring that the future generation has a solid foundation in the natural sciences is critical to the development of our country and our business."

Alcohol education and testing: effectively increase workplace safety

Alcohol impairs the ability to operate heavy machinery with accuracy, this is why there should be a zero tolerance to alcohol in mining.

Garob wind farm ready for commercial operation

The facility is situated in the Northern Cape province, an area that is fast becoming a renewable energy hub in South Africa.

Four employees fatally injured at Sibanye-Stillwater

Any loss of life is unacceptable and all efforts are being focussed on addressing this perplexing increase in fatal safety incidents.

Thungela posts solid results despite several challenges to operations

Since listing, Thungela has delivered on its purpose of responsibly creating value together for a shared future.

African products for African mines

“We manufacture what we believe are the best cranes and hoists for and strive for a reputation as the go-to company for mines.”

NUM expresses concerns about laissez faire attitude towards safety

"We call on the mining companies to prioritise the health and safety of mineworkers, and not the profit margins."