Sibanye Gold Drops to Three-Month Low After Violence at MineBy
Two employees in critical condition after being assaulted
Operations at Cooke mine suspended while employees unsafe
Sibanye Gold Ltd., the biggest miner of South African gold, fell to the lowest in more than three months as it suspended operations at its Cooke mine, west of Johannesburg, after employees were assaulted.
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