Sibanye Stillwater job cuts ‘basically done’, says Froneman
/ 11 February 2024

Sibanye Stillwater job cuts ‘basically done’, says Froneman

In an interview, Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman also refutes the view that South Africa’s biggest mining employer is overextended

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How executives’ salaries for listed companies are structured
/ 14 June 2022

How executives’ salaries for listed companies are structured

These firms are not required to disclose wage gaps and there is no incentive for remuneration committees or consultants to push for lower executive salaries or to lessen the wage gaps

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Explainer: Why it is difficult to mine in South Africa
/ 23 May 2022

Explainer: Why it is difficult to mine in South Africa

The Fraser Institute’s annual survey of mining companies is not entirely wrong, South Africa is a difficult place to mine, say analysts

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Will business come to the table for Cyril to meet his 100-day promise?
/ 13 May 2022

Will business come to the table for Cyril to meet his 100-day promise?

Disagreements over a basic income grant, labour law reform and how to save the economy mean consensus is still far off. But trade-offs – and political shifts – will eventually have to be made for there to be any hope of real change

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/ 22 February 2008

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. The platinum-mining index gave up 2,09%, resources lost 1,11% and the gold-mining index eased 0,09%. Industrials weakened 0,69%, financials shed 0,17% and banks picked up 0,15%.