Gold producer Gold Fields, which reported more than $1bn (R19bn) in free cash flow from operations in the year ended December, is implementing the recommendations of a consultancy firm that found widespread workplace bullying at the company last year.

In its independent review into workplace culture at Gold Fields operations around the world, Elizabeth Broderick & Co found that half of the participants at the company were bullied, 23% of women and 7% of men had been sexually harassed, and 15% had experienced racism...

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