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CAREER-JOBS

I deserve my R300 million salary - says CEO after controversial salary was exposed

A CEO earning a whooping R300 million salary hit the newspaper headlines. But Sibanye CEO Neal Froneman believes he deserves he deserves every single cent of his controversial salary. Froneman, who has been at the helm of the precious metals company since 2013, received a whopping R300m after a longterm incentive awarded in 2018 topped up his package.

  4 days ago ago
I deserve my R300 million salary - says CEO after controversial salary was exposed

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Mining boss defends R300 million payday

Neal Froneman, the CEO of mining firm Sibanye-Stillwater, has guarded his R300 million compensation saying that investors supported the bundle, and that the interaction was straightforward. Inquiries concerning his compensation have been raised when the organization is in a pay question with laborers. The Sunday Times reports Froneman as saying that the organization won't be tormented into impractical pay requests.

  4 days ago ago
Mining boss defends R300 million payday

POLITICS

President Ramaphosa got rejected by workers

Ramaphosa was dismissed by the specialists and as the mind-set became uglier, police had to intercede while the legislator's protector immediately guided him out of the Royal Bafokeng Stadium where the occasion was intended to happen. The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) and the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) - the two greatest mine associations in South Africa - have requested a boost in compensation of R1 000 every month over the course of the following three years, like the sum Sibanye's adversary Harmony Gold consented to pay its laborers last year.

  18 days ago ago
President Ramaphosa got rejected by workers

POLITICS

President Ramaphosa Forced to Leave the May Day Rally after Being Booed

President Cyril Ramaphosa has been pressured to desert the countrywide May Day rally, organised with the aid of using Cosatu in Rustenburg, after irritated Sibanye-Stillwater employees disrupted the lawsuits and refused to permit him to talk. Ramaphosa became rejected with the aid of using the employees and because the temper have become uglier, police had been pressured to interfere even as the statesman’s bodyguard quick ushered him out of the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in which the occasion became supposed to take place.

  18 days ago ago
President Ramaphosa Forced to Leave the May Day Rally after Being Booed

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Sadly Four Minners At Sibanye StillWATER Have Passed On||Must See.

https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/03/4-mineworkers-die-at-two-sibanye-stillwater-mines?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Four excavators have kicked the bucket at two Sibanye Still Water tasks. It's perceived that three excavators died in the early long stretches of Friday morning at the Khuseleka shaft in Rustenburg because of a fall of ground episode.

  5 months ago ago
Sadly Four Minners At Sibanye StillWATER Have Passed On||Must See.