The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) is going to organize a secondary strike at Sibanye-Stillwater. The protesters will stand against plans to reorganize the company.
The miners have called Amcu members and local communities to join in the staged protests.
As is known, Sibanye-Stillwater recorded a R1 billion loss at its gold operations in last year. Earlier, the mining company warned about alleged jobs cuts.
Amcu has called on all Sibanye-Stillwater shareholders to protest against the company’s CEO Neal Froneman and refuse to invest in the mining firm.
The union has accused Froneman of using apartheid-style tactics and expressed outrage at the inaction by the National Union of Mineworkers.