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Sibanye extends wage agreement to all South African gold operations workers

Sibanye Gold Ltd. extended the wage agreement it reached with the National Union of Mineworkers to all employees at its South African gold operations.

During the strike by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union, the collective membership of the National Union of Mineworkers, United Association of South Africa and Solidarity increased to over 50% of the employees at the South African gold operations.

As a result, the company extended the collective agreement to all the employees, under the Labor Relations Act, which means the strike is no longer protected, and all the employees are required to come to work Dec. 15.

Sibanye CEO Neal Froneman said the company would look at all legal options to address the violence against the company and its workers.