JOHANNESBURG – The country’s mining unions have come out guns blazing against the industry’s largest employer, Sibanye Stillwater.
The NUM, AMCU, UASA, and Solidarity are collectively calling for a monthly pay increase of R1,500 for workers at Sibanye’s gold mines.
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The unions signed a wage deal earlier this month with Harmony Gold.
The unions say Sibanye should reference that deal for its own offer.
Harmony workers will receive a monthly pay increase of R1,000 for each year of the agreement.