S. African Mines Must Rectify Past Injustices, Sibanye CEO SaysBy
Past to blame for present government, labor problems
Sibanye CEO Froneman comments before Johannesburg conference
The failure of South Africa’s mining industry to rectify the injustices of its apartheid-era past is in large part to blame for today’s difficult operating environment, where mines face changing government regulations and labor strife, according to Sibanye Gold Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Neal Froneman.
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