SAFETY

Sibanye suspends Kloof 4 following shaft incident

International diversified miner Sibanye Stillwater has suspended all operations at the Kloof 4 shaft while an investigation is completed.

 Sibanye operates in Africa, North America, Europe and Australia. Photo: Sibanye

Sibanye operates in Africa, North America, Europe and Australia. Photo: Sibanye

Over the weekend (July 30), the shaft at Sibanye's Kloof gold mine was damaged during what the company described as a "standard safety trial." As noted in the statement, the damage occurred during a...

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