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WAGE NEGOTIATIONS: Sibanye hoping to avert AMCU platinum strike after wage deadlock

Sibanye-Stillwater is hopeful that a wage agreement can be reached with trade union AMCU to avert a strike at its Rustenburg and Marikana operations after negotiations deadlocked.

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WAGE NEGOTIATIONS: NUM backs down from 25% wage rise demand

JOHANNESBURG – The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has backed down on its 25 percent wage demand at Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat) three months into the wage talks, Geoffrey Moatshe, the NUM Rustenburg regional chairperson, said on Friday.

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WAGE NEGOTIATIONS: Amcu’s Mathunjwa sees platinum wage deals on the horizon

Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa gave a vintage performance at the Joburg Mining Indaba on Wednesday 2 October, berating the industry for its history of exploitation while holding out the prospect of clinching platinum wage agreements without a strike. He also raised the subject of the climate crisis.

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WAGE NEGOTIATIONS: AMCU boss Joseph Mathunjwa’s beef with Sibanye-Stillwater plain for all to see

THE Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) is confident of reaching a wage agreement with Impala Platinum (Implats) and possibly Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) in the near future, said the union’s president, Joseph Mathunjwa, on Wednesday.

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PGM PRODUCERS: Sibanye-Stillwater had no intent of improving Marikana miners' lives - Mathunjwa

JOHANNESBURG - The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) has dismissed mining giant Sibanye-Stillwater’s reasons for the planned axing of over 5,000 workers.

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WAGE NEGOTIATIONS: Sibanye-Stillwater, AMCU platinum wage talks go to CCMA as pact proves elusive

THE Association of Mineworkers & Construction Union (AMCU) has taken a dispute with Sibanye-Stillwater over a wage deal to the Commission of Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA).

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WAGE NEGOTIATIONS: We saw that the job cuts were coming – Amcu

The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) president Joseph Mathunjwa said the union knew there would be a bloodbath of jobs if Sibanye-Stillwater’s acquisition of Lonmin’s Marikana operations was approved by the Competition Commission.

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WAGE NEGOTIATIONS: AMCU's Mathunjwa: Government to blame for Sibanye job cuts

Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union president Joseph Mathunjwa told Fin24 that his union had been alone in fighting the acquisition of Lonmin by Sibanye-Stillwater [JSE:SGL], which he blames for the more than 5 000 jobs to be lost at mining operations.

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