Sibanye-Stillwater, one of the world’s leading producers of precious metals, is expecting the 231 workers it fired after an illegal underground sit-in to embark on an appeals process this week. 

The disgruntled employees staged an underground protest at the miner’s Kroondal mine last week over employee share option schemes. The company said they did not yet qualify for the schemes. ..

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