A coalition of disgruntled mining unions said it was gearing up for a “massive strike” at Sibanye-Stillwater after its membership rejected the company’s latest revised wage offer of R700 each year for three years for underground and surface workers.

The company has also proposed a R100 increase in the living out allowance in each year of the multiterm agreement...

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