Sibanye-Stillwater, one of SA’s largest private sector employers, is forging ahead with R2.5bn worth of renewable energy projects, despite facing several land claims that delayed the projects for up to 18 months.

Business Day understands that three of Sibanye’s renewables projects were delayed by 12-18 months due to land claims that were individually lodged between July 1 2014 and July 27 2016 over portions of land including several owned by the group and its affiliates...

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