Sibanye gets green light to vaccinate

A general view of Sibanye Gold mine in Carletonville, Johannesburg on 04 September 2015. Sibanye is an independent South African-based mine which is one of the world's 10 largest gold producers.

File: Sibanye-Stillwater 

Elizabeth Sejake/Gallo Images/City Press

Gallo Images / City Press

JOHANNESBURG - Sibanye-Stillwater has received accreditation to administer COVID-19 vaccines.

In preparation for launching its own COVID-19 initiative earlier this year, the mining giant applied for accreditation to administer COVID-19 vaccines at four facilities at its gold and PGM operations in South Africa.

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They include Marikana in the North West, Libanon, and Driefontein in Gauteng, and Beatrix in the Free State.

The company now stands ready to assist the government further with the wider roll-out of vaccines to employees, families of employees, and surrounding communities.


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