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25,000 miners at Sibanye Stillwater continue to strike

Strike week 7 for the miners of the Sibanye-Stillwater gold mine organised in the AMCU and NUM unions. The 25,000 strikers are fighting for more pay. A total of 31,000 workers are employed at Sibanye Stillwater. This is the largest gold, platinum and palladium producer in the world. The miners rejected an offer from Sibanye of 850 rand.

They insist on their demand of 1000 Rand more (about €60). Sibanye's CEO, Neal Froneman, will receive a salary of 300 million rand (€17.7 million) in 2021. The International Mineworkers' Coordination is fully behind the striking miners at Sibanye Stillwater. Congratulations for your struggle.