Sibanye Mining News

AMCU plans to extend Sibanye gold strike to other South African miners

Sibanye-Stillwater last week said it could cut nearly 6,000 jobs at its gold mining operations, where AMCU has been on strike since mid-November over a wage dispute

Sibanye sees potential for buying South African gold assets

“You don’t create value for your shareholders when it’s a fashion or a feeding frenzy" - Neal Froneman

Top Sibanye holders are said to indicate support for Lonmin deal

The deal requires more than 50 percent approval in a vote by Sibanye investors, in addition to Lonmin’s shareholders’ approval.

South Africa's Sibanye explores debt-cutting options

Sibanye had net debt of 23.7 billion rand ($1.9 billion) at the end of December.

The world's top 10 largest gold mining companies – 2017

Rough year shuffles ranks of global gold mining giants as Freeport makes a comeback – 2018 forecasts point to another tumultuous year.

Sibanye says clears most illegal miners from gold shafts

Illegal gold mining has plagued South Africa for decades and it costs the government and the industry more than 20 billion rand ($1.7 billion) a year.

South Africa's chamber of mines says sector "in crisis"

South Africa holds the world's biggest reserves of platinum, chrome and manganese, but investment in the sector has dropped in each of the past two years as a result of increasing legal uncertainty and labour disputes.

South Africa halts new black ownership rules for mines

The suspension follows a pending a judgement in an urgent interdict application by the country's Chamber of Mines.

Stillwater Mining takeover needs more study

US Foreign Investment Committee scrutinizing South African gold miner's $2.2 billion offer for the only US platinum, palladium producer.