Sibanye-Stillwater expects to report a loss of more than a quarter of a billion rand, mainly as a consequence of a protracted strike at its gold mines in SA.

Sibanye, which has aggressively grown its portfolio of platinum group metals (PGMs) mines in SA, Zimbabwe and the US, had a five-month strike at its SA gold division between November 2018 and April 2019, and needed a protracted period to return to prestrike production levels.

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