Sibanye-Stillwater has laid bare its efforts to tackle illegal miners who have infiltrated its operations, some of whom are complicit with employees and particularly contractors, to fleece the group of millions of rand in precious metals.

The group said in its 2023 annual report released on Friday its SA gold operations were a target for organised crime syndicates dealing in precious metals with illegal underground mining being the company’s biggest security threat...

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