sibanyeMining Weekly reports that, as part of its Social and Labour Plan, precious metals mining company Sibanye Gold has handed over a state-of-the-art, multipurpose hall to the Free State Department of Education.  

The R6.2-million facility, which supports the department’s strategy of incentivising top performing schools, will benefit learners and community members of the Free State town of Theunissen in the Masilonyana local municipality.  The 1,200-seat hall will host Sibanye’s mathematics and science programme, which supports more than 140 grade 10 to 12 pupils a year from Taiwe Secondary School, with use of the facility for community functions generating additional income for the school to maintain the facility.  Sibanye CEO Neal Froneman described education as a critical component of near-mine community development and committed Sibanye to ongoing educational upliftment as part of the company’s commitment to transformation.


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