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No consensus reached at Sibanye-Stillwater wage negotiations

“It is disappointing that while we have increased our offer five times, the unions have not moved significantly from their initial demands.
AngloGold Ashanti

Gold wage: Sibanye-Stillwater tables conditional settlement

The offer takes into account that the cost of living has increased and is above the average inflation rate of 3.6% over the past year.
AngloGold Ashanti

Sibanye-Stillwater and organised labour continue wage negotiations

This process allows the parties a further opportunity to find each other and in most cases leads to a positive outcome.
orion minerals

Organized labour’s inclusion in modernisation of mining lauded

"It is vital that unions recognise that modernisation of mining is imperative for the lives of mines, jobs and creation of opportunities."
randgold barrick

Harmony Gold concludes 3-year wage agreement

The wage agreement was agreed with AMCU, the Coalition (comprising the NUM, UASA and Solidarity) and NUMSA.
platinum RBPlat

Gold Fields’ South Deep gold mine, NUM and UASA reach wage agreement

"The settlement agreement is fair and balanced, taking into account the impact increases in cost of living are likely to have on employees."
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.
DMRE

South Africa: Mining industry secures the future

Gwede Mantashe has reminded the mining industry in South Africa that it is a collective responsibility to build the South African industry.
Sibanye-Stillwater

Sibanye-Stillwater concludes strike verification exercise

Sibanye-Stillwater reports that the independent exercise to verify the movement in union membership was concluded on 4 April 2019.
gold

Sibanye-Stillwater condemns violence from AMCU

Sibanye-Stillwater advises that violent actions by AMCU members close to its Beatrix operations in the Free State province have continued.

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