Sibanye Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman announced at Joburg Indaba that the company has plans to invest outside of the country thanks to a non-conducive investment climate in South Africa. Froneman says that the labour relations Act needs to be more business friendly. This statement was linked to a four month strike and a labour court decision which granted an extension of the wage agreement to AMCU. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Themba Nkosi, Executive Vice President of Human Resources at Sibanye-Stillwater.
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