‘Investment is on strike’: Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman

The country desperately needs business-friendly policies, says Froneman

28 April 2024 - 00:00 By CHRIS BARRON

Neal Froneman, CEO of gold and platinum mining giant Sibanye-Stillwater, says the recently announced redundancies — the third big jobs cut in a year — are the result of plunging commodity prices and years of misgovernment “coming home to roost”...

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