The mining company hosted its fourth annual Marikana memorial lecture on Monday to mark the 11th anniversary of the massacre
Sibanye-Stillwater, which inherited the project after purchasing Lonmin, now looks to finish the project by next year.
The mineworker union’s Joseph Mathunjwa spoke at the ten-year anniversary of the massacre
Why do representative bodies like the union, the party and the so-called left seem to fail their constituents during struggles like Marikana?
The state has already paid out R170-million in claims following the August 2012 massacre
Eight out of the 44 widows are still waiting for their houses but Sibanye-Stillwater says they are ‘under construction’
Lawyers seeking R1-billion in damages allege President Cyril Ramaphosa’s phone calls and emails in 2012 set the stage for the unlawful killing of 34 miners
Claimants are free to approach the state attorney’s office to check whether the figures released by the solicitor general are correct, the government says.
In Nkaneng the memory of the 44 people murdered will not leave the community
Close to a decade after the Marikana massacre, President Cyril Ramaphosa has not visited the survivors as he promised to do, judges have acquitted police officers, children can’t get jobs and lawlessness reigns
The blight on our past and our future must haunt us as much as it haunts the victims left behind
Ex-police commissioner Riah Phiyega hoped to quash findings including colluding in a cover-up and misleading the public about what happened at the platinum mine in 2012.
Testimony about the events of 13 August 2012, when five people died at Marikana, has provided new details of the police’s incompetent handling of the striking mineworker situation.
The miners are in a comfortable position as the world creeps towards a lower-carbon future
Nomawethu Ma’Bhengu Sompeta, whose funeral will be held this weekend, was unequivocal in calling out the government for its response to the Marikana massacre
Joyce Jokanisi died without knowing who killed her son in Marikana and while still battling with heartache and depression from the massacre
The eight-year battle for justice played out its next round in the Mahikeng high court this week
Companies must behave like model democratic citizens if they are to earn and retain society’s social licence to operate
Talking about a revolution is fitting given the state’s performance over the past 25 years
The musician may not have known who to vote for, but he is in tune with our political past and present
The hike in the price of the sister metal has helped to turn around the fortunes of several local companies
This coffee-table book exposes the ugly face of so-called socially responsible corporates
The South African Competition Tribunal approved Sibanye’s acquisition of Lonmin subject to agreed conditions between the two companies
Amcu President Joseph Mathunjwa promised to embark on a secondary strike in the platinum sector, at a yet-to-be-determined date
The non-profit Mining Forum has applied for the company’s mining license to be suspended
As thousands of mining jobs are cut, families of striking workers slain in 2012 still await compensation and justice
New details about the infamous ‘Scene 2’ have emerged a day shy of the sixth anniversary of the Marikana massacre
Empowerment partners say the company has turned a blind eye to complaints about fronting
The families of victims who were murdered in the run-up to the Marikana massacre have been excluded from compensation discussions
There would be major ramifications if the threats over the mine’s recent safety record scupper the takeover
The strong rand and the VW scandal have hit demand, destroying jobs and, in turn, businesses
Corporates are willing to embrace corporate social responsibility initiatives but many fail due to cultural insensitivity