Sibanye-Stillwater triggered a wave of speculation when it announced a simplification of its holdings structures, moving its gold assets into their own division.

While the move to separate the assets into cleaner and more acceptable structures has been a year in the making, some analysts and other commentators immediately saw it as the precursor to Sibanye ditching its gold mines.

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