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Sibanye still looking at platinum space

South Africa’s largest gold producer, Sibanye, is not done with its foray into the platinum sector and is considering more acquisitions in the space.

Sibanye announced the acquisition of Anglo's Rustenburg operations in September last year

Sibanye announced the acquisition of Anglo's Rustenburg operations in September last year

This is according to a Reuters article citing chief executive Neal Froneman who added the recent move up in the platinum price has him “concerned” the company may be too late to take further advantage...

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