Sibanye Mine Misses Targets, Risking 2,500 South African JobsBy
About 1,700 full-time employeees, 800 contractors affected
Sibanye looks to trim costs to keep Cooke mines sustainable
Sibanye Gold Ltd., the top producer of the metal from South African mines, will start talks with unions that may affect about 2,500 jobs after its Cooke 4 operation failed to meet production goals.
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