Sibanye Platinum’s favourable wage agreement creates

19 October 2017

Kroondal – Trade union Solidarity was pleased to announce on Wednesday, 18 October, that, amid difficult times the platinum industry is facing, it could sign a favourable three-year wage agreement on behalf of its members at Sibanye Platinum’s Kroondal Mine. 

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2 miners die at Impala Platinum

22 September 2017

Rustenburg – Two miners have died in an accident at Impala Rustenburg’s mine on Tuesday, 19 September. The circumstances around their deaths are not yet clear but the inspectorate of mines has launched an investigation.

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Sale of Maseve Mine announced

14 September 2017

Rustenburg – Platinum Group Metals on 6 September announced that it has entered into a term sheet to sell Maseve Investments to the Royal Bafokeng Platinum Limited (RBPlat) in a transaction valued at approximately US $74.0 million.

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Chemical burns fatality at Anglo

08 September 2017

Rustenburg – Anglo American Platinum regrets to report a loss-of-life of an employee in a chemical burns related incident which occurred on 21 August 2017 at the company’s Precious Metals Refinery (PMR) in Rustenburg. The employee succumbed to his injuries on 5 September 2017. 

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Two fatalities at Sibanye Gold

08 September 2017

The trade union Solidarity has shared its deepest condolences with the families of the mineworkers that have passed away in two tragic mine accidents at Sibanye Gold, as well as with the families of six mineworkers that were injured in two other inciden

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Mine deaths 2017: Reason for concern

08 September 2017

Trade union Solidarity on 29 August conveyed its condolences to the families of the mineworkers involved in the tragic mining accident at Kusasalethu.

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IMPALA DO NOT SELL JOBS

01 September 2017

We have been made aware that people from all over South Africa are paying a fee of anything between R500 and R5000 for a job at Impala.  Candidates arrive at Impala on a daily basis claiming they have been recruited for employment, often arriving with fraudulent medical forms.  

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Up your skills at True-Blue Training training centre

25 August 2017

Rustenburg – True-Blue Training in Rustenburg was established in 2012 by founder Chris Grobler to provide on-site unit standard training services on earthmoving machinery, lifting machinery and safety training to their valued clients.

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