Neal Froneman

 
Mine deaths expected to hit Sibanye gold production
Mine deaths expected to hit Sibanye gold production
Mining group Sibanye-Stillwater expects gold production from its mines in South Africa to be 6% lower for the year ending December 31, which...
Sibanye-Stillwater boss 'traumatised' by surge in mine deaths
Sibanye-Stillwater boss 'traumatised' by surge in mine deaths
Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman said he was "deeply saddened and traumatised" to have lost so many mineworkers at the mines' operations.
Three workers killed at Sibanye mine, two still missing
Three workers killed at Sibanye mine, two still missing
Three workers have been killed underground a mine owned by Sibanye-Stillwater and two others are still missing, the company said on Monday....
Sibanye-Stillwater vows to start on a clean slate at Marikana
Sibanye-Stillwater vows to start on a clean slate at Marikana
Sibanye-Stillwater, which is in the process of buying out Lonmin, has vowed to do things differently when it...
Judges at odds over impeachment
Judges at odds over impeachment
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s extraordinary interruption during the handing down of the #ZumaImpeachment judgment was a distraction from what...
Sibanye doubtful of imminent platinum purchase as Anglo stalls
Sibanye doubtful of imminent platinum purchase as Anglo stalls
Sibanye Gold, the world's best-performing major producer of bullion in 2014, is doubtful it will make its first platinum-asset purchase this year as...
Sibanye offers R407-million for Wits Gold projects
Sibanye offers R407-million for Wits Gold projects
Sibanye Gold, a producer of the metal in South Africa, offered to buy Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Resources for R407-million  in cash to...
Sibanye Gold to let go of 1 110 workers
Sibanye Gold to let go of 1 110 workers
Up to 3 000 jobs could be cut at Beatrix West after a fire caused the mine to shut down in February, Business Day reported...
JSE remains down on profit-taking
JSE remains down on profit-taking
Profit-taking helped the JSE catch its breath on Friday after its good rally on Thursday, which led the bourse to dip 0,82% by midday.

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