Unions to meet Sibanye-Stillwater to resolve months-long strike

eNCA's Heidi Giokos has more details. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The two largest unions striking at Sibanye-Stillwater's gold operations are expected to meet management and the Mineral Resources Department on Thursday.

As the strike enters its third month, over 24,000 workers have been without pay.

READ: Sibanye-Stillwater miners set to intensify strike

Workers downed tools demanding a R1,000 salary increase.

But the mining house is not budging from its R850 offer, which some unions are not willing to accept.

Three months in and the Sibanye-Stillwater strike shows no end in sight Workers have downed tools over a R1,000 wage demand. The employer is not budging from its R850 wage offer, which unions have rejected. Spokesperson, James Wellsted speaks to #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403

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eNCA

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