Sibanye-Stillwater is planning to invest R6.8bn in SA projects, including the K4 mine, which the company acquired when it bought Lonmin.

However, Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman ( says the investments should not be seen as a sign of confidence in the country as policy uncertainty, electricity supply constraints and the risk of social disruption remain key hurdles to unlocking significant investments. ..

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