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Debt, jobs and deals: keywords for Sibanye-Stillwater’s Froneman now Lonmin deal...

THE combination of the platinum group metals (PGMs) operations of Sibanye-Stillwater with those of Lonmin may have created the largest platinum producer, but analysts...

Gold production returns to Sibanye-Stillwater in stronger, but “noisy” half-year numbers

THE South African gold assets of Sibanye-Stillwater are set to make a welcome return contribution to the group's bottom line in the six months...

RBPlat to settle Amplats debt following R2.1bn gold streaming deal with...

ROYAL Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat) has sold gold by-product from its platinum group metal (PGM) operations to US investment firm Triple Flag for $145m in cash...

Froneman sets out plan to double Sibanye-Stillwater size, but sees SA...

NEAL Froneman, CEO of Sibanye-Stillwater, said he intended to double the size of the company through acquisitions in battery minerals or gold, according to...

Tharisa calls force majeure on chrome sales agreements after idling concentrators

THARISA declared force majeure on its contracted chrome concentrate sales agreements after shutting down its North West province chrome and platinum group metal (PGM) processing...

Implats delivers upbeat year-end message after ploughing through inventory during lockdown

IMPALA Platinum (Implats) processed the balance of its 350,000 ounces of platinum group metals (PGMs) inventory, brought forward plant maintenance, and escaped cancellations to...

PGMs and Trump Administration tax reform to offset gold mining blues...

STRONGER platinum group metal (PGM) prices and an unanticipated tax reform courtesy of US president, Donald Trump, will assist in a $3.4bn improvement in...

Sibanye-Stillwater adjusts upwards share offer for Lonmin on better PGM pricing

SIBANYE-Stillwater edged up its all-share offer for Lonmin in acknowledgment of improved pricing for platinum group metals (PGMs). Announcing the publication of a circular ahead...

Sharp divide separates platinum group metal believers, and sceptical dissenters

AFTER 10 years in the doldrums, South African platinum stocks finally sprang back to life from the end of 2018 in response to increases...

ARM releases R800m in funds over two years to expand Two...

AFRICAN Rainbow Minerals (ARM) will spend about R350m in the next two years on its share of the costs expanding the milling plant at...