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Sibanye-Stillwater, bearing the scars of a five-month strike at its gold division, swung back into profit for 2019 helped by higher metal prices for precious metals and by its large platinum group metals (PGMs) output.

Sibanye, the world's biggest PGMS producer, posted a taxed  profit of R433m for the year to end-December 2019, compared with a R2.3bn loss the year before...

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