Kevin Robertson will oversee the US PGM operations, including the Stillwater mine
JSE- and NYSE-listed Sibanye-Stillwater has made changes to C-suite roles and responsibilities and executive management appointments, subsequent to the resignation of chief organisational growth officer Dawie Mostert and the retirement of Montana operations executive VP (EVP) Wayne Robinson from the group.
Themba Nkosi has assumed the role of chief organisational growth officer, and in the interim, will retain the chief sustainability officer responsibilities until a successor has been appointed.
Chief technical and innovation officer Robert van Niekerk has assumed responsibility for the Australia region and will oversee the ongoing integration of the New Century tailings reprocessing operations and the feasibility study of Mount Lyell.
Kevin Robertson, who is credited with having led the successful integration of Sibanye's South African platinum group metals (PGMs) operations into the group, has been promoted to EVP of the US PGM operations.
”We thank both Dawie and Wayne for their contribution to Sibanye-Stillwater’s growth and delivery of shared value and wish them well in their future endeavours.
"We congratulate Kevin on his new appointment. People are the core of our business to ensure efficient delivery of our strategic priorities and the depth and strength of our leadership bench has ensured a seamless transition,” comments CEO Neal Froneman.