Sibanye CEO Neal Froneman. Picture: ROBERT TSHABALALA
Sibanye CEO Neal Froneman. Picture: ROBERT TSHABALALA

Sibanye-Stillwater has swung back into profit, thanks to higher metal prices for precious metals and by its large platinum group metals (PGMs) output.

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.

CEO Neal Froneman joined Business Day TV to talk about the numbers and how he is positioning the company for future growth.

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