Committed to socio-economic development in the North West Sibanye-Stillwater is committed to contributing towards the socio-economic development of the North West Province.
Above (left to right): Dr Zweli Mkhize (Minister of Health), Gwede Mantashe (Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy) and Job Mokgoro (North West Premier) receiving the donation of PPE for frontline health workers.
ibanye-Stillwater is a leading international precious metal mining company, with a diverse portfolio of platinum group metal (PGM) and gold operations and projects. It is the world’s largest primary producer of platinum and rhodium, the second- largest primary producer of palladium and the third-largest producer of gold (on a gold-equivalent basis). Sibanye-Stillwater is also the leading global recycler and processor of spent PGM catalytic converter materials.
Boikagong Primary School in Paardekraal
With its Rustenburg and Marikana mining operations in the North West providing employment to 44 000 workers in the region, Sibanye-Stillwater is a significant contributor to the socio-economic development of the North West Province. In addition to taxes, royalties and wages, the company contributes to the development of small and medium enterprises through its inclusive procurement and enterprise development programme. It also contributes to micro enterprises
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