Sibanye Gold Ltd Mining News

1,500 trapped miners at Sibanye's Rustenburg mine rescued

The incident may revive concerns about safety at Sibanye, which last year suffered a spike in fatal accidents at its gold mines.

World's biggest platinum miner braces for tough wage talks

The largest union in the platinum industry wants its members to share the benefits of higher prices.

South African mining charter challenge dents Ramaphosa plans

South African mining companies are challenging parts of a government charter aimed at redistributing the country’s mineral wealth, saying it will deter new investment in the industry.

Bell tolls for gold mine that once powered South African economy

Sibanye Gold Ltd. has decided that it won’t extend the life of Driefontein, once the biggest mine on the continent.

Platinum miners win reprieve as South Africa strike delayed

The threat of disruption has helped boost platinum and palladium prices this week.

Palladium rally offers lifeline to buoy South African miners

Record palladium prices and a weaker rand are lifting the gloom enveloping South Africa’s platinum industry.

Palladium prices still aren’t high enough: David Fickling

Platinum’s lesser-known cousin keeps going from strength to strength

Sibanye counts hit to earnings as strike at gold mines drags on

“Sibanye can’t absorb losses from its gold business for a protracted period"

Sibanye faces South African gold strike over wage dispute

The agreement we reached with the other unions is fair and final and considers the current challenges facing our gold operations - Neal Froneman, Sibanye Stillwater