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Businesses agree on wage deal with Sibanye Stillwater – SABC News

Two South African trade union has confirmed a three-year wage agreement with Sibanye Stillwater Mining on Saturday, one of the workers said on Sunday, removing the last hurdle in resuming operations at the country’s gold mines.

The members, the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) and the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) have agreed that wage agreements with companies after almost three months of strike action. However, they did not sign the agreement as some of the best parts of the agreement were still being co-owned.

Members, Sibanye agreed to a salary agreement three months later:

Sibanye, who also mines platinum Group in South Africa and the United States of America, said on Friday that some terms in the agreement had not been approved by the party and that they would not be allowed to return to work.

Sibanye has locked its employees in its gold business since the start of this project in early March.

“The wage agreement, signed early Saturday morning, expires the first three months of NUM and AMCU calls on March 8,” NUM said in a statement.

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Businesses agree on wage deal with Sibanye Stillwater – SABC News

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