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Sibanye-Stillwater, one of the world’s leading producers of precious metals, has refuted claims by the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) that it tabled a revised wage offer during a meeting on Tuesday.

In an interview with Business Day on Thursday, NUM general secretary William Mabapa said the mine’s management tabled a revised wage offer of R800 plus a R50 increase in the living-out allowance each year for three years, and a 5% pay increase for artisans, miners and officials over the course of the multiyear agreement...

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