Still reeling from a five-month gold mining strike that cost Sibanye-Stillwater R1.5bn, the company is again locking horns with the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu), this time in the platinum sector.

In a briefing on wage negotiations with platinum miners, the majority union said there has been good progress with talks that started more than a month ago...

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