Sibanye-Stillwater, the world’s largest platinum miner, sold one of its concentrator plants at the recently acquired Lonmin assets to underpin and expand production at a mine it shares in Zimbabwe.

The Mimosa platinum group metals (PGM) mine in Zimbabwe is an old operation that has been pushed beyond its capacity, and its mill — a large, spinning drum used to break ore into fine material to expose the metal — has broken down unexpectedly...

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