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Sibanye to engage with Kroondal employees following end of illegal sit-in

6th June 2024

By: Creamer Media Reporter

     

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Multinational mining and metals processing group Sibanye-Stillwater says it will engage with employees and representative unions at its Kroondal mine now that an illegal underground sit-in by employees at the Kwezi shaft at the mine has come to an end.

Sibanye reports that all employees had exited the Kwezi shaft and returned to surface by mid-afternoon on Wednesday.

More than 200 employees embarked on the sit-in on Monday, June 3.

At the time, Sibanye reported that the employees were aggrieved to not have received employee share option payments. The company noted that Kroondal employees had not yet qualified for these payments.

"Now that the illegal sit-in has been resolved, the company will engage with employees and the representative unions in accordance with existing, standard processes and mechanisms.

"The company will not condone Illegal actions by any stakeholders which may compromise the safety and wellbeing of employees or the sustainability of our operations and we appeal to employees to use the established grievance mechanisms or their union representatives to address any issues or concerns," the company comments.
 

Edited by Creamer Media Reporter

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