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Sibanye Stillwater signs three-year pay deal and lifts lockout at its South African gold operations – Form 6-K

Sibanye-Stillwater signs three-year wage deal and lifts lockdown on its South African gold operations

Johannesburg, June 13, 2022: Sibanye-Stillwater (Tickers JSE: SSW and NYSE: SBSW) is pleased to confirm

that on June 11, 2022, she signed a three-year salary agreement for her SA gold operations, effective from

July 1, 2021. As a result, the lockout has been lifted for members of trade unions, the Association of
Miners and Construction Union (AMCU) and National Miners Union (NUM).

Wage deal signed is in line with management’s attempts to achieve inflation reduction

increase with this agreement resulting in an average increase of 6.3% over a three-year period.

Among other clauses, the critical terms of the final salary agreement are as follows:

Employees in category 4 to 8 will receive an increase of R1,000 in the first year (an annual increase of 7.7%). R900 in
year 2 (an annual increase of 6.5%); and R750 in year 3 (an annual increase of 5.2%)
Miners, Craftsmen and Civil Servants will receive an average increase of 5% in the 1st year; *5.5% (or CPI if CPI is
between 5% and 5.5%) in year 2; and 5% in year 3

*If the CPI is above 5.5%. then the increase will be 5.5%, if the CPI is below 5% the increase will be 5%, or if the CPI is between 5% and 5.5%
then the increase will be the same as the CPI.

In addition to employees in categories 4 to 8, the one-time hardship allowance of R3,000 offered by the

The CCMA will also be extended to Miners, Artisans and Civil Servants. The hardship allowance will consist of a
guaranteed cash payment of R1,200, with the balance of up to R1,800 applied towards reduction of

employee debts or loans due to the Company, which the Company has incurred to ensure that, among

other medical aid contributions and risk benefits were covered during the lockout.

The final agreement will also be extended to all UASA and Solidarity members.

The operational start after the strike will be done gradually over a period of 2 to 3 months to guarantee

the resumption of production in complete safety.

Group CEO Neal Froneman said: “We look forward to restarting our gold operations in South Africa.
for the benefit of all stakeholders. We thank the CCMA for the mediation role that resulted in a just

result to all stakeholders. We are happy to have reached an agreement in line with inflation

and which will contribute significantly to the sustainability of our gold operations.”

About Sibanye-Stillwater
Sibanye-Stillwater is a multinational mining and metals group with a diversified portfolio of mining and processing operations
operations, projects and investments on five continents. The Group is also one of the world’s leading PGMs
autocatalytic recyclers and has interests in major tailings reprocessing operations. For more information, visit
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Sponsor: JP Morgan Equities South Africa Proprietary Limited

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