Gold miner Sibanye-Stillwater has pleaded with unions to reach a sustainable wage agreement and avoid embarking on a strike as that could have “significant consequences” for its operations.

Asked if the strike could force Sibanye-Stillwater to restructure its operations that could lead to job losses, COO Richard Stewart said the company would do “everything we can to avoid that position”. ..

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