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ECONOMY-FINANCE

Do not threaten us - Sibanye hits back at Gwede Mantashe

The beef between Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe and Sibanye Stillwater seems to have taken a new twist. Sibanye hit back on Friday after Mantashe hinted in parliament on Thursday that he could cancel the company’s mining rights in response to the two-month strike. Spokesperson James Wellsted told Business Times on Friday that Mantashe’s comments were “perplexing”.

  3 days ago ago
Do not threaten us - Sibanye hits back at Gwede Mantashe

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.

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

HEALTH

Zingiswa is all over the place doing everthing possible to protect Cyril, see the reaction of SA

Zingiswa Losi is out of control doing all that could be within reach to safeguard Ramaphosa about now episode. Not fair remark you are making, sir. No one chooses to answer the call of their older folks, it's typically an absolute requirement. Haw' was Sibanye Stillwater at the arena or is lost saying Ramaphosa is an agent of Sibanye Stillwater?

  17 days ago ago
Zingiswa is all over the place doing everthing possible to protect Cyril, see the reaction of SA

SOCIETY

"ANC Veterans Are A Joke" Shots Fired At Snuki Zikalala

Snuki Zikalala, president of the ANC Veterans League, has come under fire from opponents after claiming that individuals responsible for the Workers Day event that culminated in President Cyril Ramaphosa's flight must be dealt with. Rather than explaining why workers reacted negatively to the president, Zikalala speculates that the event's organisers set Cyril Ramaphosa up for failure and shame.

  20 days ago ago

POLITICS

The Chaos In Rustenburg Cosatu Rally Forced Ramaphosa To Exit The Stage Early

The Chaos In Rustenburg Cosatu Rally Forced Ramaphosa To Exit The Stage Early Date: 2022/05/02 The workers day rally hosted by the biggest union in the country Cosatu was at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium yesterday afternoon. The president Cyril Ramaphosa held a speech, trying to convince the workers at the Sibanye Still water and Gold in the North West Province, that a proposed increase of R800 a year is what they can afford to give them.

  24 days ago ago
The Chaos In Rustenburg Cosatu Rally Forced Ramaphosa To Exit The Stage Early

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.

  24 days ago ago
President Ramaphosa got rejected by workers

JUSTICE

OPINION| What happened to Ramaphosa is a wake up call to the ANC SACP

COSATU is no longer a workers movement, but a crony capitalist aristocracy in terms of our law, Sibanye workers had a right to protest at the Cosatu rally in Rustenburg but more broadly, the event was a failure in that only a small crowd made up of mineworkers, ANC members and public servants pitched up to honour their president.

  22 days ago ago
OPINION| What happened to Ramaphosa is a wake up call to the ANC SACP

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Finally striking Sibanye workers get their meeting

The two unions, representing about 25,000 of the 31,000 workers at Sibanye’s gold operations, rejected the company’s revised offer of an R800 wage increase, a R50 increase in the living-out allowance and a 5% increase for miners, artisans and officials. “As of today [Tuesday], the strike has continued for 56 days.

  22 days ago ago
Finally striking Sibanye workers get their meeting

SPORTS

Mayday festivities at Royal Bafokeng Stadium left people talking after this happened.

Mayday merriments at Royal Bafokeng Stadium were unglued about enraged experts mentioning President Cyril Ramaphosa leave the show. Furious workers have sought after away ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa from the National Workers Day merriments before his element address. Ramaphosa ought to address the workers at the event happening at Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg, North West on Sunday, 1 May 2022.

  22 days ago ago
Mayday festivities at Royal Bafokeng Stadium left people talking after this happened.

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.

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

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Amid Poverty|| People Will Be Surprised How Much Mining Bosses Are Making Per Year

Mining bosses pocket hundreds of millions of hands per year each. As commodities boom not only revenue services benefit but also directors smile at the bank. The JSE listed mining companies in the past week and it revealed how four executive directors which involve two CEOs, CFO, and a COO will each receive R 700 million in guaranteed compensation for last year and this year.

  27 days ago ago
Amid Poverty|| People Will Be Surprised How Much Mining Bosses Are Making Per Year

POLITICS

President Cyril Ramaphosa is being taken to Court but miners Due to this | Read below what he did

President Cyril Ramaphosa is taken to court but miners Due to this | Read below what he did It has been reportedly said that the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is being taken to court by miners. As per reports Sibanye Still Water and South African president Cyril Ramaphosa are being taken to court as they are being sue Makrikana by the Marikana survivors and some families of the slain mineworkers.

  8 months ago ago
President Cyril Ramaphosa is being taken to Court but miners Due to this | Read below what he did

SOCIETY

Two Lives lost and One went Missing in the Deadly Biggest Gold Mine in South Africa (See)

Two lives lost and one went missing in Sibanye stillwater gold mine. The multinational gold and platinum group Sibanye Stillwater, is one of the biggest gold underground mines in South Africa. It is situated in Kloof, Johannesburg in Gauteng. The company has announced that there were two people from the rescued team who died while they were searching for a missing person who works in the mine.

  8 months ago ago
Two Lives lost and One went Missing in the Deadly Biggest Gold Mine in South Africa (See)

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Sibanye Prepares For A Strike

Sibanye-Stillwater has critically engaged associations to truly rethink its compensation offer in a bid to stay away from a strike at the organization's gold activities. "We do genuinely trust that illustrations will be gained from the past, and that we can arrive at a sensible arrangement that won't risk our future.

  5 months ago ago
Sibanye Prepares For A Strike

HEALTH

Sibanye-Stillwater is buying its own vaccine: Is this wise?

Source: https://twitter.com/rmadzena/status/1362369600944562180?s=21 So Sibanye Still water is said to be buying its own coronavirus vaccine.

  1 year ago ago
Sibanye-Stillwater is buying its own vaccine: Is this wise?

CAREER-JOBS

Unions hail Harmony's three-year wage agreement, shift focus to Sibanye

https://www.news24.com/fin24/Companies/unions-hail-harmonys-three-year-wage-agreement-shift-focus-to-sibanye-20210916 Concordance Gold has arrived at a three-year wage concurrence with laborers, a first for the organization haggled outside the Mineral Council's focal dealing gathering. The arrangement was closed between the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), United Association of South Africa (UASA), Solidarity and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa).

  8 months ago ago
Unions hail Harmony's three-year wage agreement, shift focus to Sibanye

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Mining Bosses and Shareholders Pocket Billions in Profit While Workers get Nothing

The biggest platinum mining companies Anglo-American 's platinum division AMPLATS and Sibanye Stillwater, have made record breaking profits in their 2020 financial reports.

  1 year ago ago
Mining Bosses and Shareholders Pocket Billions in Profit While Workers get Nothing

POLITICS

Ramaphosa, Sibanye joining zuma soon in prison

JOHANNESBURG - Victims of the Marikana slaughter are wanting to take President Cyril Ramaphosa and the mining organization, Sibanye, to court to constrain them to respect the responsibilities they made to those influenced by the Marikana slaughter. a gathering of individuals on a seashore: FILE: Miners sit at the 'koppie' in Marikana in front of a program to honor the Marikana slaughter, on 16 August 2018.© Pelane Phakgadi/EWN FILE: Miners sit at the 'koppie' in Marikana in front of a program to remember the Marikana slaughter, on 16 August 2018.

  9 months ago ago
Ramaphosa, Sibanye joining zuma soon in prison

JUSTICE

Ramaphosa, Sibanye joining zuma in prison soon

JOHANNESBURG - Victims of the Marikana slaughter are intending to take President Cyril Ramaphosa and the mining organization, Sibanye, to court to propel them to respect the responsibilities they made to those influenced by the Marikana slaughter. a gathering of individuals on a seashore: FILE: Miners sit at the 'koppie' in Marikana in front of a program to celebrate the Marikana slaughter, on 16 August 2018.© Plane Phakgadi/EWN FILE: Miners sit at the 'koppie' in Marikana in front of a program to honor the Marikana slaughter, on 16 August 2018.

  9 months ago ago
Ramaphosa, Sibanye joining zuma in prison soon

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.