PRETORIA - Sibanye-Stillwater employees are camped outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
They say they'll stay there until the President intervenes in their four-month-long wage strike.
The NUM-affiliated workers have been sleeping on the lawns of the seat of Government since last week.
They're demanding a six-percent salary increase but Sibanye-Stillwater says their demands are not sustainable.
CEO Neal Froneman said the company can withstand a strike for years.
That led Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe to threaten to withdraw the company’s mining rights.
Employees say while they appreciate that intervention, more needs to be done.
Sibanye-Stillwater employees are camped outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria, and they say they'll stay there until President Cyril Ramaphosa intervenes in their four-month-long wage strike. #DStv403 pic.twitter.com/P10qyz0Dgt— eNCA (@eNCA) May 24, 2022