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Silicosis case settlement brings hope

The payouts to affected miners who were part of the class action will provide a modicum of justice

All Sibanye miners brought to surface — DMR

It is believed that the workers were trapped at the company's Thembelani mine after the rails used to transport workers collapsed

Miners trapped underground at Sibanye-Stillwater op

The Amcu said it had received reports that as many as 4 000 miners were stuck underground

Deadly cost of Sibanye-Stillwater gold miners’ strike

The lengthy strike finally ended with Amcu agreeing to the same wage offer other mining unions accepted in October

Mine deaths expected to hit Sibanye gold production

The damage to infrastructure at Masakhane mine following a seismic event on May 3 2018, was among the operational disturbances the company experienced

All 955 miners trapped underground in a Sibanye mine have resurface unharmed

The miners were stuck in the Beatrix gold mine, in the town of Theunissen near the city of Welkom, for around 30 hours after a massive power outage

More than 900 trapped underground in Free State mine

Sibanye-Stillwater spokesperson James Wellsted said on Thursday afternoon that all the miners have been accounted for and are safe.

Forget Zuma, jobs are the issue

The employment figures are dire, and likely to get worse, until the economy picks up

Amcu: Sibanye strike will go ahead

An Tuesday court interdict has failed to thwart Amcu's plans to strike at several Sibanye gold mines, where it is the majority union.

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Young professional gets a career boost from PSETA

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Colgate-Palmolive South Africa donates one million bars of soap

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Absa Rewards puts cash in your pocket

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