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18-Sep-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced the early tender results of its offer to repurchase up to USD350 million (including accrued interest) of the 6.125% Notes due 27 June 2022 (the 2022 Notes) and 7.125% Notes due 27 June 2025 (the 2025 Notes), issued by Stillwater Mining Company. For more information and for full terms and conditions, please refer to www.sibanyestillwater.com/investors/documents-circulars/2018/item/360-high- yield-bond.
18-Sep-2018
(Official Notice)
05-Sep-2018
(Official Notice)
04-Sep-2018
(Official Notice)
23-Aug-2018
(C)
03-Aug-2018
(Official Notice)
01-Aug-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater announces that all the conditions precedent to the DRDLD Ltd. (DRDGOLD) transaction have been fulfilled and that the transaction was implemented yesterday, 31 July 2018. Shareholders are referred to the announcement released on Wednesday, 22 November 2017 (Transaction Announcement), in terms of which, shareholders were advised that, inter alia, Sibanye-Stillwater would exchange selected surface gold processing assets and tailings storage facilities (TSFs), for newly issued DRDGOLD shares (the ?Transaction?). Unless otherwise indicated, capitalised words and terms contained in this announcement shall bear the same meanings ascribed thereto in the Transaction Announcement.



Sibanye-Stillwater now owns 38.05% (265 000 000 DRDLD ordinary shares) of the issued share capital of DRDGOLD, currently worth R895.7 million*. In addition, pursuant to the Transaction, Sibanye-Stillwater has an option to subscribe for the Option Shares within 24 months from the date of implementation of the Transaction to further attain up to a 50.1% shareholding in DRDGOLD at a 10% discount to the 30 day volume weighted average traded price of a DRDGOLD share on the day prior to the date of exercise of the option.



For more information about this transaction, refer to www.sibanyestillwater.com/investors/transactions/drdgold.



*DRDLD?s closing share price of R3.38 as at 31 July 2018 multiplied by the 265 million shares issued to Sibanye-Stillwater.
25-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater announced that all outstanding conditions required to complete the gold and palladium stream agreement with Wheaton Precious Metals International Ltd. Wheaton International) have been fulfilled.



In terms of the agreement, Sibanye-Stillwater has received USD500 million from Wheaton International in exchange for an amount of gold and palladium equal to a percentage of gold and palladium produced from its United States (US) Platinum Group Metals (PGM) operations (comprised of its East Boulder and Stillwater mining operations) (the Transaction). The Transaction is effective from 1 July 2018.



The US$500 million arising from the Transaction is competitively priced relative to existing Group debt and alternative financing available in international capital markets. The Transaction immediately reduces Sibanye-Stillwater?s leverage, decreasing Net Debt:Adjusted EBITDA1 by between 0.6x and 0.7x. This ensures a Group leverage ratio which is well below current and future covenant levels and facilitating a reduction in Group financing costs.



For more details on the Streaming transaction, please refer to the announcement and presentation at https://www.sibanyestillwater.com/investors/events/streaming- transaction.
16-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
06-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater noted that Moody?s Investors Service (?Moody?s?) has maintained its long term Ba2 corporate family rating with a stable outlook, in a credit update report published on Friday 29 June 2018. In assigning the Ba2 (stable) to Sibanye- Stillwater, Moody?s noted that it reflects the company?s solid business profile underpinned by diversified metal production revenues, as well as the company?s track record of setting and maintaining conservative financial policies.



The report is available on Moody?s website: www.moodys.com
03-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater wishes to advise shareholders that the script from the conference call hosted by management on Monday 2 July 2018, is available on the website at: https://thevault.exchange/?get_group_doc=245/1530623411-sibanye-update-safety- othe-relevant-issues-02072018.pdf
02-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
29-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye, the Department of Mineral Resources and organised labour comprising Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), Solidarity and United Association of South African (UASA) reached a significant milestone at the second Safety and Health Summit convened by the Group, by committing themselves to a joint pledge on safety (the Safety Pledge) and a plan of action to address health and safety at Sibanye.



This Safety and Health Summit follows engagements on the health and safety of workers between the stakeholders, following a deterioration in the safety performance at Sibanye?s SA gold operations in 2018. The parties have committed to working together to make the workplaces safer; protect jobs and collaborate on all matters pertaining to the health, safety and wellbeing of workers.



The Safety Pledge establishes the scope and spirit in which stakeholders agree to work further towards achieving Zero Harm.



Health and Safety Plan of Action:

- Enabling safe workplaces, compliance and the right of employees to withdraw from unsafe workplaces

- Leadership effectiveness, values and culture transformation

- Review of safety structures

- Training and development

- Research and development (technology, systems and processes)

- Review of incentive schemes and recognition programmes

- Trust building, effective engagement and communication



Further engagements to involve all the relevant role players are planned with operational leadership teams across all Sibanye Operations and cross sector working groups will be put in place to monitor the implementation of the Plan of Action. The parties also agreed to partner with Sibanye and its workers to return those operations to acceptable levels of safety.
29-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
28-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater notes the announcement by various law firms in the United States threatening possible class action lawsuits against the Company. The Company notes the publicity and, if any claims are ultimately filed against the Company intends to vigorously defend itself. Sibanye-Stillwater will continue to monitor developments closely.

28-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater management will host a conference call to address the recent safety incidents and other relevant issues on Monday, 2 July 2018 at 16:00 CAT (10:00 EST).



The company encourages you to pre-register for the call. Please click on the link below to register and the dial-in details will be emailed to you: http://services.choruscall.za.com/DiamondPassRegistration/register?confirmationNumber=2597219-linkSecurityString=e65a0f70



Replay numbers and codes:

South Africa: 010 500 4108

UK: 0 203 608 8021

Australia: 073 911 1378

USA: 1 412 317 0088

International: +27 10 500 4108

Replay Access Code: 14902 (Available 1 hour after the end of the conference).
28-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye and Lonmin Plc ("Lonmin") welcomed the announcement by the Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") that it has unconditionally cleared the proposed acquisition (the "Offer") of Lonmin by Sibanye following its investigation. The CMA is the UK authority responsible for investigating any merger that could restrict competition.



The Offer remains subject to the satisfaction or (where applicable) waiver of the outstanding Conditions set out in Appendix I to the announcement of the Offer by Lonmin and Sibanye on 14 December 2017. Such Conditions include, amongst others, the approval of the Offer by the South African competition authorities and the approvals of Lonmin and Sibanye shareholders and the courts of England and Wales.



Both Sibanye and Lonmin remain fully committed to the Offer and continue to engage constructively with the South African competition authorities with a view to obtaining clearance in South Africa. The Offer is expected to close in the second half of this year. A further announcement will be made in due course.



For more information on the transaction, please refer to www.sibanyestillwater.com/investors/transactions/lonmin.
20-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
06-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater will be providing an update to investors, analyst and media on the Southern Africa (SA) Platinum Group Metals (PGM) operations as well as the Group?s strategy tomorrow, (Thursday, 7 June 2018) in Johannesburg. The event will start at 10:00 CAT (04:00 EST) and is scheduled to conclude at about 15:30 CAT (09:30 EST).



The presentations will be webcast live and will be available on the website: https://www.sibanyestillwater.com/investors/events/pgm-day.



Please see the webcast and dial-in details for the event below.



Webcast link: http://themediaframe.eu/links/sibanye180607.html



Conference call details

Participant telephone numbers (Assisted)

Johannesburg (Telkom) : 010 201 6800

Johannesburg (Neotel) : 011 535 3600

USA and Canada : 1 508 924 4326

UK : 0 333 300 1418

Other Countries (Neotel) : +27 11 535 3600

Other Countries (Telkom) : +27 10 201 6800



Please ask to be joined into the Sibanye-Stillwater call.



Conference replay numbers and codes

South Africa: 010 500 4108

UK: 0 203 608 8021

Australia: 073 911 1378

USA: 1 412 317 0088

International: +27 10 500 4108

Replay Access Code: 13911

End Date: Jun 13, 2018

Available 1 hour after the end of the conference. Participants will be required to state their name and company upon entering the call.
31-May-2018
(Official Notice)
The board announces that the Group company secretary, Mr Cain Farrel, after 35 years of service in the mining industry is retiring on Thursday, 31 May 2018. The board records its profound appreciation to Cain for his loyal and dedicated service as well as his meaningful contribution to the Group?s corporate governance profile.



Ms Lerato Matlosa has been appointed as the Group company secretary with effect from Friday, 01 June 2018.
31-May-2018
(Official Notice)
30-May-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater advised shareholders that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majority at the company's Annual General Meeting (the AGM) held at the Sibanye Gold Academy at 09:00 this morning. In accordance with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.
15-May-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that it has received the approval of the South African Reserve Bank, as required in accordance with the Exchange Control Regulations of South Africa, with respect to the proposed acquisition of Lonmin Plc (?Lonmin?), which was announced on 14 December 2017 (the ?Proposed Transaction?).



The Proposed Transaction remains scheduled for closure during the second calendar half of 2018 and subject to, inter alia, the passing of the required resolutions by Lonmin and Sibanye shareholders and the approvals of the competition authorities of the United Kingdom and South Africa.
11-May-2018
(Official Notice)
07-May-2018
(Official Notice)
04-May-2018
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the Notice of Annual General Meeting (AGM), issued to shareholders on 29 March 2018 (available on www.sibanyestillwater.com/investors/financial-reporting/annual- reports/2017), which contains an ordinary resolution proposing the re- appointment of KPMG Inc ("KPMG") as the Group?s auditors, effective until the 2019 AGM. The Explanatory Notes to the Notice of AGM describe the detailed Auditor Suitability Review performed by the Audit Committee and the consequent recommendation, supported by the Board, to propose the re-appointment of KPMG (as well as the designated KPMG individual audit partner).



Following the on-going and more recent VSB Bank developments regarding, the Sibanye board advised shareholders that a process of selecting a new independent external audit firm for the Group, with respect to the financial year ending 31 December 2019, will commence following the AGM on 30 May 2018. Shareholders will be kept informed of progress made in this regard.
03-May-2018
(Official Notice)
12-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the Group?s operating and financial results for the year ended 31 December 2018, which was published on the Stock Exchange News Service (SENS) on 22 February 2018 in which a capitalisation issue was declared by the Sibanye-Stillwater board.



The applicable ratio for the capitalisation issue was 4 capitalisation issue shares for every 100 ordinary Sibanye-Stillwater shares held on the Record Date, being Friday, 13 April 2018.



As per the above release, if the application of this ratio gave rise to a fraction of an ordinary Sibanye share, such fraction would be rounded down to the nearest whole number, resulting in whole ordinary Sibanye-Stillwater shares being allocated with an equivalent cash payment in compensating for the fraction ("Rounding Provision").



In accordance with the JSE Ltd. listing requirements, the cash payment has been determined with reference to the volume weighted average price of an ordinary Sibanye-Stillwater share traded on the JSE on Wednesday, 11 April 2018 (being the day on which an ordinary Sibanye-Stillwater share began trading `ex? the entitlement to receive the capitalisation issue), discounted by 10%.



Shareholders are accordingly advised that the applicable cash payment for the fractional entitlement is 990.94 cents (1101.04 cents, discounted by 10%).



Example of fractional entitlement:

This example assumes that a Shareholder holds 110 ordinary shares at the close of business on the Record Date.



New ordinary share entitlement = 110 x (4/100) = 4.4



The Rounding Provision described above is then applied and the shareholder will receive:



4 Capitalisation issue shares in respect of the 100 ordinary shares held and a cash payment for the fractional entitlement of 0.4 x 990.94 = 396.38 cents.



Holders of the American depository receipts (ADRs) are also eligible for the capitalisation issue although different timelines may apply. The depositary bank (BNY Mellon) will notify eligible ADR holders via respective clearing centre. For any enquiries, please visit www.adrbnymellon.com, email shrrelations@bnymellon.com or Tel: +1 201 680 6825.
06-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
03-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that it has filed its annual report on Form 20-F, for the year ended 31 December 2017 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday evening (EST). The report is available at www.sibanyestillwater.com/investors/financial-reporting/annual- reports/2017.



Sibanye shareholders, including holders of its American Depository shares, may also receive hard copies of the Form 20-F, which includes the audited financial statements, free of charge by contacting James Wellsted whose contact details are listed below.
29-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater advises that the 2017 Integrated Annual Report, Annual Financial Report, Company Financial Statements, Summarised Report and Notice of Annual General Meeting and Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves supplement as well as other relevant supplementary documentation, have been released on its website at www.sibanyestillwater.com/investors/financial-reporting/annual- reports/2017.



The Summarised Report including the Notice of the AGM to shareholders will be posted on Thursday, 29 March 2018.



The Group?s auditors KPMG has audited the 2017 consolidated financial statements and its unqualified audit report is open for inspection at the Company?s offices. The information previously published in the preliminary results released on 22 February 2018 has not changed.



Notice of annual general meeting

The annual general meeting of the Company (AGM) for the year ended 31 December 2017 will be held at SA region Academy, Rietkloof 349, Glenharvie, 1786, South Africa, on 30 May 2018 at 09:00 (CAT). The AGM will conduct the business as stated in the notice of the meeting, a copy of which can be found on www.sibanyestillwater.com/investors/financial-reporting/annual- reports/2017.



In terms of section 59(1) (b) of the Companies Act, 71 of 2008, the record date for the purpose of determining which shareholders are entitled to participate in and vote at the AGM (being the date on which a shareholder must be registered in the Company?s securities register in order to participate in and vote at the AGM) is 28 May 2018. The last day to trade in order to be registered in the Company?s securities register is 23 May 2018.

28-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater shareholders are referred to the announcement released on 22 November 2017 (?Transaction Announcement?), and unless otherwise indicated, capitalised words and terms contained in this announcement shall bear the same meanings ascribed thereto in the transaction announcement.



In terms of the transaction announcement, shareholders were advised of, inter alia, the transaction in terms of which Sibanye-Stillwater will exchange the Selected Assets for c.265 million newly issued DRDLD Ltd. (?DRDGOLD?) shares, resulting in Sibanye-Stillwater holding 38% of the issued share capital of DRDGOLD, post the transaction and be granted a call option to subscribe for the option shares during the option period so as to attain a 50.1% shareholding in DRDGOLD.



Sibanye-Stillwater announces that on Wednesday, 28 March 2018, the Transaction was approved through the passing of all the required resolutions by DRDLD shareholders, which included a waiver of the obligation of Sibanye-Stillwater to make a mandatory offer to the remaining shareholders of DRDGOLD in terms of the provisions of regulation 86 of the Companies Regulations, 2011 (?Waiver?). An application will be made to the Takeover regulation panel to obtain a ruling with regards to the Waiver.



The implementation of the transaction remains subject to, and conditional on, inter alia, the requisite environmental authorisations and approvals to operate the selected assets having been granted to Sibanye-Stillwater. Sibanye-Stillwater shareholders will be advised in due course as to the fulfilment of all outstanding conditions precedent to the transaction and it is anticipated that this will occur during the second quarter of 2018.

16-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye and Lonmin Plc (?Lonmin?) advise that Sibanye has filed a submission with the South African competition authorities, with regard to the proposed acquisition of Lonmin which was announced on 14 December 2017 (the ?Proposed Transaction?). As is required by the South African Competition Act No. 89 of 1998, the required stakeholders have also been duly notified. Sibanye and Lonmin remain fully committed to the Proposed Transaction which they continue to expect to close in the second half of this year.
14-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater confirms that, as at the close of business on 13 March 2018, it had in issue 2 178 647 129 ordinary shares of no par value. No ordinary shares are held in treasury. The International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) of the ordinary shares is ZAE000173951.



Sibanye-Stillwater has an ADR program for which Bank of New York Mellon acts as depositary. Each Sibanye-Stillwater ADR represents four ordinary shares of Sibanye-Stillwater. The Sibanye-Stillwater ADRs trade on the New York Stock Exchange. The trading symbol for the Sibanye-Stillwater ADRs is SBGL and the ISIN is US8257242060.
22-Feb-2018
(C)
21-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
19-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
08-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye shareholders are referred to the announcement relating to the DRDLD transaction, released on 22 November 2017 (?Transaction Announcement?) and unless otherwise indicated, capitalised words and terms contained in this announcement shall bear the same meanings ascribed thereto in the Transaction Announcement.



Sibanye announced that it has received approval for the Transaction (including the call option) from the South African competition authorities in accordance with the Competition Act.



In terms of the Transaction Announcement, shareholders were advised of, inter alia, the Transaction in terms of which Sibanye is to exchange Selected Assets for c.265 million newly issued DRDLD shares and be granted a call option to subscribe for the Option Shares during the Option Period so as to attain a 50.1%

shareholding in DRDLD.



The approval is subject to the following:

- should Sibanye elect to exercise the call option within a period of 24 months from the Approval Date (being the date on which the competition authorities issued the requisite clearance certificate), Sibanye shall inform the Commission of its decision within 20 (twenty) Business Days of exercising the call option

- should Sibanye elect to exercise the call option after a period of 24 months from the Approval Date, Sibanye shall notify the Commission of such exercise as a merger in terms of section 13A of the Competition Act (meaning that the competition authorities would consider the call option again)



The implementation of the Transaction remains both subject to, and conditional on, inter alia, the approval of the Transaction and passing of the required resolutions by DRDLD shareholders, of which the resolutions shall include a waiver of the obligation of Sibanye to make a mandatory offer to the remaining shareholders of DRDGOLD.



Sibanye shareholders will be advised in due course as to the fulfilment of all outstanding conditions precedent to the Transaction. It is anticipated that the outstanding conditions will be fulfilled in the second quarter of 2018.
06-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that its Chief Executive Officer, Neal Froneman will be presenting at the annual African Mining Indaba at 11:55am (CAT time). The presentation will be available at that time on the website at www.sibanyestillwater.com/investors/presentations/2018.
05-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
02-Feb-2018
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that all underground employees at its Beatrix operations in the Free State, have safely returned to the surface.



A severe storm during the night of 31 January 2018, caused the collapse of both the primary and secondary Eskom powerlines supplying electricity to the Beatrix Operations, causing a power surge and outage at all three shafts at its Beatrix Operations. As a result the majority of the night shift was unable to be hoisted to surface.



Emergency power supply from backup generators enabled 64 employees to return to surface at Beatrix 1 shaft and 272 employees at Beatrix 4 shaft during the course of the following morning, but damage to the winder control systems and generators at the Beatrix 3 shaft resulting from the power surge resulted in 955 employees remaining underground at the shaft stations until Eskom power had been restored to the mine.



Management remained in control throughout and were confident that the decisions made were in the interests of employee wellbeing. Mine rescue and medical teams were mobilised and due care was taken to ensure employees were safe and had access to food and water. Detailed contingency plans were made mine rescue teams to evacuate employees through the second outlet at Beatrix 1 shaft, in the event that power was not restored.



Through a tremendous effort to install temporary power line pylons by both mine management and Eskom, power was successfully restored during the morning of 2 February 2018 and all employees were safely hoisted to surface.



Employees will undergo throughout medical examination and trauma counselling, together with their families, if required. It is expected that operations will resume on Monday 5 February 2018.
15-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
In accordance with Rule 2.9 of the Takeover Code, Sibanye-Stillwater confirms that, as at the date of 14 December 2017, it has in issue 2 168 721 220 ordinary shares of no par value. No ordinary shares are held in treasury. The International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) of the ordinary shares is ZAE000173951. Sibanye- Stillwater has an ADR program for which Bank of New York Mellon acts as depositary. Each Sibanye-Stillwater ADS represents four Sibanye-Stillwater Shares. The Sibanye- Stillwater ADRs trade on the New York Stock Exchange. The trading symbol for the Sibanye-Stillwater ADSs is SBGL and the ISIN is US8257242060.



In addition, Sibanye-Stillwater has USD450 million Sibanye-Stillwater Convertible Bonds due 2023 listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The Sibanye-Stillwater Convertible Bonds are convertible into ordinary shares of no par value in Sibanye- Stillwater. The International Securities Identification Number for the Sibanye- Stillwater Convertible Bonds is XS1689727920.

14-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
04-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the circular posted to Sibanye-Stillwater shareholders on 2 November 2017 ("Circular") incorporating the notice of general meeting and which contains, inter alia, the details of the Convertible Bonds, the Specific Issue and the Ordinary Resolution. All capitalised terms contained herein shall bear the meaning ascribed to them in the Circular.



Sibanye-Stillwater announces that the Ordinary Resolution regarding the granting of authority for the Specific Issue upon conversion of the Convertible Bonds, was passed by the requisite majority of votes at the Company's General Meeting held at the Sibanye-Stillwater Academy at 09:00 this morning.



The number of shares voted in person or by proxy was 1 762 103 423 representing 81% of the total issued share capital of Sibanye-Stillwater?s ordinary shares.



22-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that it has entered into various agreements with DRDLD Ltd. (?DRDGOLD?) in terms of which, Sibanye will exchange selected surface gold processing assets and tailings storage facilities (?TSF?) for c.265 million newly issued DRDGOLD shares (?the Transaction?). This will result in Sibanye holding 38% of the issued share capital of DRDGOLD, post the Transaction. At the current DRDGOLD share price of R4.96* this equates to c.R1.3 billion of crystallised value.



Key highlights

- Sibanye to vend selected gold surface processing assets and tailings storage facilities for a 38% stake in DRDLD

- Immediate crystallisation of c.R1.3 billion of value for the selected assets while retaining long term exposure to the West Rand Tailings Retreatment Project (?WRTRP?) assets and growth in DRDLD

- Option to increase equity ownership in DRDLD to 50.1% within 24 months

- DRDLD to undertake a phased development of the WRTRP, culminating in the development of a Central Processing Plant (?CPP?) and a Regional Tailings Storage Facility (?RTSF?)

- Sibanye retains full ownership of the Cooke and Ezulwini processing plants and tailings facilities ensuring full uranium optionality

- Partnership with DRDLD presents an opportunity, in an exciting mining segment, to leverage off DRDGOLD?s proven surface retreatment capabilities, to capitalise on further growth opportunities both locally and abroad



Conditions precedent

The implementation of the Transaction is both subject to, and conditional on, the fulfilment of conditions precedent customary for a transaction of this nature including, inter alia:

- The approval of the Transaction and passing of such resolutions as may be required by DRDLD shareholders, which resolutions shall include a waiver of the obligation of Sibanye to make a mandatory offer to the remaining shareholders of DRDGOLD as per the regulations of the Companies Act regulations 2011

- All necessary approvals from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange and

- The approval of the Transaction by the competition authorities of the Republic of South Africa, to the extent required



Sibanye and DRDLD have committed to engage the relevant authorities in order to fulfil the conditions precedent as soon as possible. The Transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of the 2018 calendar year.
14-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
09-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater advises that it has signed a three year wage agreement with all three unions at its Kroondal PGM operations in South Africa. The agreement is effective from 1 July 2017 and includes a R1,000 per month increase year on year for the next 3 years for the category B employees (lower category employees) with CPI related increases for the next 3 years for category A employees. Medical aid subsidies will also increase from R300 by R50 per month year on year for three years for category A and B employees. The increase represents an average escalation of about 7% in the wage bill for the Kroondal operations.
01-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that it has concluded a consultation process with relevant stakeholders in terms of section 189A (?Section 189A?) of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 ("LRA"), under the auspices of the Committee for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA), regarding the proposed restructuring of its gold operations and associated services pursuant to ongoing losses experienced at its Cooke and Beatrix West operations.



The outcome of the consultation is as follows:

- Through the adoption of productivity enhancement and cost containment measures determined in consultation with stakeholders, Beatrix West will remain in operation for as long as it makes a profit, on average, over any continuous period of three months, after accounting for all-in sustaining costs.

- Through these arrangements, Beatrix West will continue to provide employment for approximately 1 640 people. In the event that Beatrix West becomes loss making, both the underground operation and Beatrix 2 Plant will be put on care and maintenance with immediate effect.

- Unfortunately it was not possible to define realistic arrangements to operate Cooke 1,2 and 3 on a profitable basis. The underground mining operations at the Cooke 1, 2 and 3 shafts will therefore be placed on care and maintenance with effect from end October 2017.

- The Cooke surface processing plant will continue to operate for as long as there is sufficient feed material for it to be profitable, subject to various cost cutting measures being implemented. Through these arrangements, 132 employees will be retained at these operations.

- Through the S189 consultation process, Sibanye and its stakeholders have secure jobs for an additional 1 510 employees through transfers to available positions within the Group and as care and maintenance personnel for the Cooke underground operations. Approximately 2 025 employees will be retrenched with an additional 1 350 having already elected to take voluntary separation packages.

- An additional 620 employees will replace contractors involved in non- critical activities across the Group. In total 3 601 contractors have been displaced.
30-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
26-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
25-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the Sibanye-Stillwater Group has a reasonable degree of certainty that it will report an attributable loss of at least R4.6 billion (USD350 million) for the year ending 31 December 2017, compared with attributable earnings of R3.7 billion (USD252 million) for the year ended 31 December 2016 (comparative period).



The decrease in earnings is due to a number of factors including: impairments and a provision for occupational healthcare claims during the six months ended 30 June 2017; transaction and restructuring costs; the incorporation of newly acquired operations and a gain on acquisition which was recognised during the comparable period in 2016; and significant differences in commodity prices and the average rand:dollar exchange rate year-on-year.



Earnings per share (EPS) and headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the period, are further affected by 1 195 787 294 new ordinary Sibanye- Stillwater shares which were issued pursuant to the c.USD1 billion equity rights offer which closed on 9 June 2017, and 42 522 524 new ordinary Sibanye-Stillwater shares issued pursuant to the capitalisation issue on 6 October 2017.



As a result, Group has a reasonable degree of certainty that it will report a loss per share of at least 235 cents (18 US cents) for the year ended 31 December 2017 and a headline loss per share at least 110 cents (8 US cents). EPS and HEPS for comparative period (adjusted to reflect the bonus element of the rights issue and capitalisation issue) were 254 cents (17 US cents) and 171 cents (12 US cents), respectively. This represents a 193% decrease in respect of EPS and a 165% decrease in respect of HEPS.



A further trading statement with a more definitive range will be released before reporting the financial year end results on 22 February 2018.
16-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater has previously indicated that approximately 200 000oz ? 300 000oz 4E PGM production per annum could be at risk, should some conventional shafts in the Rustenburg area remain unprofitable, and that the company would make a final decision on the viability of these conventional business units post September 2017.



Sibanye-Stillwater advised that as a result of the realisation of substantial synergies, post the successful integration of Rustenburg and Aquarius into the larger Sibanye-Stillwater group, the closure of these conventional business units has been averted.



The Southern African (SA) Region?s PGM operations have delivered solid operational results in H1 2017, and this prompted an upward revision to our 2017 production forecast and a downward revision to guided costs. In addition, realisation of cost and operational synergies has exceeded expectations and has been significantly ahead of initial forecasts.



As disclosed in our H1 2017 results, benefits of approximately R550 million of the initially identified R800 million annual synergies, have already been achieved, with forecast annualised benefits by the end of 2017 of approximately R1 billion. This is significantly earlier than the three year period we had initially guided to, to realise these benefits.
05-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the Group?s operating and financial results for the six months ended 30 June 2017, which was published on the Stock Exchange News Service on 30 August 2017 in which a capitalisation issue was declared by the Sibanye board.



The applicable ratio for the capitalisation issue was 2 capitalisation issue shares for every 100 ordinary Sibanye shares held on the Record Date, being Friday, 6 October 2017. As per the above release, if the application of this ratio gave rise to a fraction of an ordinary Sibanye share, such fraction would be rounded down to the nearest whole number, resulting in whole ordinary Sibanye shares being allocated with an equivalent cash payment in compensating for the fraction ("Rounding Provision").



In accordance with the JSE listing requirements, the cash payment has been determined with reference to the volume weighted average price of an ordinary Sibanye share traded on the JSE on Wednesday, 4 October 2017 (being the day on which an ordinary Sibanye share began trading `ex? the entitlement to receive the capitalisation issue), discounted by 10%.



Shareholders are accordingly advised that the applicable cash payment for the fractional entitlement is 1415 cents (1572 cents, discounted by 10%).
02-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that on Friday 29 September 2017, it commenced with production from the Blitz project, at Sibanye's operations in Montana, in the United States of America. The completion of a secondary escape-way system at the Blitz 10 stope block, concluded the final infrastructure required for the production to begin.



Approximately 1 360 tonnes of ore that was excavated during development and stockpiled on surface, will now be processed. Based on muck sampling along the entire 115-ft of ore width intersected within the stope block, this initial cut delivered ore with an estimated average 2E grade of 1.15 oz/ton (39 g/tonne).



Blitz is expected to reach full production of approximately 300 000oz (2E) by late 2021/early 2022, increasing total 2E PGM production from the US operations by more than 50% to approximately 850 000oz. The increased production from Blitz is expected to further reduce unit operating costs of the US operations.
28-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
19-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold Ltd. (?Sibanye- Stillwater? and/or the ?Group?) is pleased to announce that it has priced its offering of USUSD450 million senior unsecured guaranteed convertible bonds due 2023 (the ?Convertible Bonds?) (the ?Offering?).



The Convertible Bonds will pay a coupon of 1.875% per annum, payable semi-annually in arrear in equal instalments on 26 March and 26 September of each year. The initial conversion price is USUSD1.6580, representing a 35% premium to the volume weighted average price of Sibanye-Stillwater?s shares on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (?JSE?) between opening of trading and pricing today, 19 September 2017.



The Convertible Bonds will be issued on 26 September 2017 (the "Issue Date") and payments in respect of the Convertible Bonds will be guaranteed by Stillwater Mining Company (?Stillwater?) and Kroondal Operations Proprietary Limited (together, the ?Guarantors?).



The conversion price will be subject to customary adjustments pursuant to the terms and conditions of the Convertible Bonds. The conversion price will be adjusted for any dividends paid.



Bonds will be redeemed at their principal amount on or around 26 September 2023. Sibanye-Stillwater will have the option to redeem all but not some of the Convertible Bonds at their principal amount (plus accrued but unpaid interest) in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Convertible Bonds at any time (i) on or after 17 October 2020, if the value of the Ordinary Shares underlying a Convertible Bond is equal to or exceeds USUSD260,000 for a specified period of time, or (ii) if 15% or less of the aggregate principal amount of the Convertible Bonds remains outstanding (all as more fully described in the terms and conditions of the Convertible Bonds).



Application is expected to be made for the Convertible Bonds to be admitted to trading on the Open market (Freiverkehr) segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange as soon as reasonably practicable but no later than 90 days after the Issue Date.
19-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that it has launched an offering of USD450 million senior unsecured guaranteed convertible bonds due 2023 (the ?Convertible Bonds?) (the ?Offering?). The proceeds are expected to be used to refinance the outstanding portion of the bridge loan raised for the acquisition of Stillwater Mining Company (?Stillwater?).



The Convertible Bonds will be issued by Sibanye on 26 September 2017 (the "Issue Date") and payments in respect of the Convertible Bonds will be guaranteed by Stillwater and Kroondal Operations (Pty) Ltd. (together, the ?Guarantors?). The Convertible Bonds are expected to pay a coupon of between 1.625% and 2.375% per annum, payable semi- annually in arrear in equal instalments on 26 March and 26 September of each year. The initial conversion price is expected to be set within a premium range of 30% to 35% above the volume weighted average price of Sibanye?s shares on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (?JSE?) between opening of trading on 19 September 2017 and pricing which is expected later on the 19th of September.
18-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater informed shareholders that the nominated directors of the Gold One Group, on the board of Sibanye-Stillwater, Mr Yuan Jiyu and Mr Robert Chan, have resigned from the board, effective immediately.



The Gold One Group has stated that the decision for the resignations came about following a strategic review and this in no way impacts Gold One?s strategy with respect to its shareholding in Sibanye-Stillwater, or to its continued support of the Group as its largest shareholder.
15-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye-Stillwater is pleased to announce positive progress on the development of the Blitz project at its US PGM operations in Montana. Mineralised ore at the Blitz project has been intersected in a development end on the 5300 E level and 10-stope block area of the project. Sampling of the ore intersection has confirmed a grade of 2.3oz/ton (79g/tonne) over the full intersection width of the orebody, totalling 3.8 metres. Proven and Probable reserve grades for the Stillwater mine, including the Blitz Project, as at 31 December 2016 were declared as 0.57 oz/ton (19.55 g/tonne).



All rock from this initial ore intersection is currently being stockpiled. Project development is continuing, in order to establish the infrastructure required to commence with first production from the Blitz project. The Blitz project is a brownfields extension of the existing Stillwater Mine, which is expected to increase production from the US PGM operations by approximately 300,000 2E ounces per annum, once operating at a steady state (expected towards the end of 2021 to early 2022). Furthermore, the increased production levels from Blitz are expected to reduce unit operating costs of the Stillwater Mine.
30-Aug-2017
(C)
30-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
29-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Further to the trading statement released on 17 August 2017, shareholders are advised that Sibanye expects to report an attributable loss of R4.804 million for the six months ended 30 June 2017. Profit attributable to shareholders for the six months ended 30 June 2016 was R333 million.



An expected loss of 324 cents per share and headline loss of 147 cents per share for the six months ended 30 June 2017 compares with earnings per share (EPS) and headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the six months ended 30 June 2016 of 24 cents and 79 cents, respectively. This represents a 1450% decrease in EPS and a 286% decrease in HEPS.



A normalised loss of R1.002 million is expected for the six months ended 30 June 2017, compared with normalised earnings of R2.152 million for the six months ended 30 June 2016.



Sibanye will be releasing its operating and financial results for the six months ended 30 June 2017 on SENS at 08:00 (CAT) on Wednesday, 30 August 2017. The 10:00 (CAT) results presentation will be preceded by an event at the JSE (starting at 08:00 for 08:30 (CAT)), to mark the incorporation of the Stillwater Operations into the Sibanye Group. For more information, please refer to www.sibanyegold.co.za.
17-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
03-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that it will enter into consultation with relevant stakeholders in terms of section 189A (?Section 189A?) of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 ("LRA"), regarding restructuring of its gold operations pursuant to ongoing losses experienced at its Beatrix West and Cooke Operations. The initiation of S189 consultations comes after numerous unsuccessful attempts to contain losses at these operations.



Losses experienced at these operations negatively affect Group cash flow as well as the sustainability and economic viability of other operations in the Southern Africa region, in this way, posing a threat to more sustainable employment across the region.



Since listing in 2013, Sibanye has steadily grown as an employer, from 37 700 employees four years ago, to becoming one of the largest employers in the South African mining industry with 58 000 permanent employees. Approximately 7 400 Sibanye employees at all levels may be affected as a result of the proposed restructuring. Through the Section 189A consultations, the company and affected stakeholders will consider alternatives to potential closure of the operations in an attempt to avoid or reduce retrenchments.
24-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced the appointment of Ken Kluksdahl as Chief Operating Officer: US Region. Ken, who originally hails from Montana, will play an integral part of the US Regional executive led by Chris Bateman.
13-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement released on 3 July 2017, Sibanye (Tickers JSE: SGL and NYSE: SBGL) announced that Robert van Niekerk has been appointed as Executive Vice President: SA Region.



Robert has been an integral part of the Sibanye executive team since he joined Sibanye in February 2013 and has fulfilled various roles within the organisation, including, most recently as Divisional CEO: Platinum. Robert has been involved in the mining industry for over 30 years, operating within South Africa and internationally in senior management positions at Gold Fields and Anglo American Platinum. Prior to joining Sibanye, Robert was Senior Vice President and Head of Mining for the Gold Fields Group.



Robert?s appointment follows the acquisition of Stillwater Mining Company in May 2017, and a subsequent transition of the Sibanye Group organisational structure from a divisional commodity structure to a geographical regionalised structure.
03-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announces that Chris Bateman has been appointed as Executive Vice President: US Region. In addition to heading up the region and leading the team at the Stillwater Operations, Chris will also join the Sibanye executive committee.



30-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye?s Cooke Operations will resume production on Monday, 3 July, following an unprotected strike which started on 6 June 2017. The unprotected strike ensued after a prohibition on food being taken underground, which had been agreed with the majority union, was implemented.



The ban on food being taken underground by employees, was aimed at preventing food from being provided to illegal miners by employees, following signs of collusion. Year to date, 77 employees have been arrested for assisting illegal miners. Since the strike began, thus indirectly preventing food being taken underground, 472 illegal miners have surfaced from underground and have been arrested.



Following a Court interdict obtained by the company on 8 June 2017, disciplinary measures were taken against striking employees. The employees were provided the opportunity to appeal, a process presided over by an independent chairperson. The outcome of the appeal resulted in the dismissal of 99 employees? being uphold, 407 employees are placed on final warnings and forfeiting their salaries and a further 869 forfeiting annual leave, in order to compensate for non-productive shifts.



Approximately 300 kilograms of planned gold production, equivalent to about R160 million in revenue, was lost at the Cooke Operations during the strike.

21-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye reported that it has successfully completed a USD1.05 billion international corporate bond offering, which was approximately two times oversubscribed.



The bonds comprise two tranches: a USD500 million 5 year (non-call 2) note that will carry a 6.125% coupon and a USD550 million 8 year (non-call 4) note that will carry a 7.125% coupon.



The proceeds of the bond offering, which will settle on 27 June 2017, will be applied to the partial repayment of the bridge loan raised for the acquisition of Stillwater, and follows the highly successful USD1 billion rights issue which closed on 9 June 2017.



Citi, HSBC and Barclays acted as Global Coordinators on the transaction, and were joined by Credit Suisse and Standard Bank as Bookrunners.
19-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye reports that it has secured a two year wage agreement with the United Steel Workers of America, International Union, the representative union at its Stillwater Operations in Montana, USA. Negotiations with the United Steel Workers of America, International Union at East Boulder, will take place at year end.



In terms of the agreement there will be a 2% General wage increase for all job categories effective from 2 June 2017 to 1 January 2018, with a further 1% increase effective from 1 January 2018 to 1 June 2018. A 2% annual increase will be in effect for the second year of the agreement, from 2 June 2018 to 1 June 2019.





12-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders of Sibanye ("Shareholders") are referred to the announcement released by Sibanye on the Securities Exchange News Service of the JSE Ltd. ("SENS") on Thursday, 18 May 2017 and published in the South African press on Friday, 19 May 2017 ("Finalisation Announcement"), setting out the final salient terms of the fully underwritten renounceable rights offer by the Company of 1 195 787 294 new ordinary Sibanye shares of no par value ("Rights Offer Shares") at a subscription price of R11.28 per Rights Offer Share which is inclusive of 298,946,824 new American Depositary Shares ("New ADSs") at a subscription price of USD3.43 per New ADS("Rights Offer").



Full terms were set out in the circular posted to Shareholders on Tuesday, 23 May 2017 ("Rights Offer Circular") and the prospectus supplement filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday, 18 May 2017 ("Prospectus Supplement"). Terms used but not defined herein shall have the meanings ascribed to such terms in the Circular and Prospectus Supplement. The Rights Offer closed at 12:00 (CAT) on Friday, 9 June 2017 and the ADS Rights Offer exercise period ended at 17:00 (New York City time) on Tuesday, 6 June 2017. These were both fully subscribed. The board of directors of Sibanye advise that the results of the Rights Offer are as follows:

- Shareholders and their renouncees subscribed for 1 159 744 621 Rights Offer Shares (which includes 59 910 216 new ADSs), equivalent to 97% of the total number of Rights Offer Shares ("Subscriptions")

- Applications (including applications by ADS holders) were received for 5 883 722 641 Rights Offer Shares, equivalent to 492% of the total Rights Offer Shares, from Qualifying Shareholders wishing to acquire a greater number of Rights Offer Shares than those offered to them in terms of the Rights ("Excess Applications")



Shareholders are advised that the 36 042 673 Rights Offer Shares available for the Excess Applications will be allocated in an equitable manner in accordance with the Rights Offer Circular and the Prospectus Supplement.

09-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye reported illegal and unprotected industrial action at its Cooke operations (?unprotected strike?), following the implementation of measures to combat illegal mining which threaten the sustainability of the Cooke operations and pose a significant risk to the safety of employees and the surrounding communities.



Despite communication with employees and agreement from the National Union of Mineworkers (?NUM?), the majority union, employees at Cooke embarked on the unprotected strike prior to the nightshift on Tuesday 6 June 2017. The strike has been associated with a significant amount of threats and intimidation and sixteen employees have regrettably been seriously assaulted whilst attempting to report for work. Due to the intimidation and violence, we have increased security in the areas surrounding the mines and routes to the operations in order to ensure the safety of employees who wish to report for work.



An interdict against the strike was applied and granted by the Labour court on 8 June 2017. Despite the interdict and direct communication of the consequences of persisting with the strike, employees have not returned to work. As a result, dismissal procedures have been implemented against striking employees.
07-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that it has received a Ba2 rating from Moody?s Investors Service (?Moody?s?) with a stable outlook and a B+ rating with a positive outlook from S-P Global Ratings (?S-P?).



In assigning the Ba2 (stable) corporate family rating to Sibanye, Moody?s noted that it reflects Sibanye?s solid business profile underpinned by diversified metal production revenues, as well as the Company?s track record of setting and sticking to conservative financial policies. The ratings outlook assumes Sibanye will: ?deleverage as planned, following the addition of the Stillwater acquisition debt and the successful integration of the new mining assets?. S-P noted that the assigned B+ (positive) rating reflects its view that Sibanye will: ?generate positive discretionary cash flow after the Stillwater acquisition that should enable it to gradually reduce leverage in line with its stated financial policy?.



Sibanye also announced it has mandated Citi, HSBC, Barclays as Global Coordinators and Bookrunners, as well as Credit Suisse and Standard Bank as Bookrunners of a proposed USD1 billion bond offering, the rating of which is expected to be in line with the newly obtained corporate ratings. The proceeds of the issuance will be used to refinance part of the bridge loan facility obtained by Sibanye to finance the acquisition of Stillwater Mining Company.
05-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Notice is hereby given that, in terms of the provisions of Section 45(5) of the Companies Act 71 of 2008 (the ?Companies Act?), and pursuant to the special resolution passed at the general meeting of the company held on 24 May 2016, the board of directors of the company (the ?board?) has adopted a resolution (the ?Resolution?) to provide financial assistance to an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of the company, Thor US Holdco Inc. (?US HoldCo?), by advancing to US HoldCo an amount of USD200 million (the ?Loan?) for the purposes of capitalising its wholly owned subsidiary Stillwater Mining company (?SWC?), so as to enable SWC to settle certain convertible notes. The Loan constitutes direct and/or indirect financial assistance in terms of the provisions of Section 45(2) of the Companies Act.



Having considered all reasonable financial circumstances of the company in terms of and pursuant to the provisions of Section 45 as read with Section 4 of the Act, the board satisfied itself that:

* immediately after providing the financial assistance referred to above, the company would satisfy the solvency and liquidity test contemplated in Section 4 of the Act;

* all relevant conditions and restrictions relating to the granting of such financial assistance by the company contained in the company's memorandum of incorporation are satisfied; and

* the terms and conditions on which such financial assistance is to be given are fair and reasonable to the company.
24-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Mr Christopher Chadwick has resigned from the board with effect from 23 May 2017.



The board announced the appointment of Ms Savannah Maziya as an Independent Non-Executive Director with effect from 23 May 2017.
23-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majority at the company's Annual General Meeting (the ?AGM?) held at the Sibanye Gold Academy at 09:00 this morning, 23 May 2017.
18-May-2017
(Official Notice)
11-May-2017
(Official Notice)
04-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the announcements released on the stock exchange news service on 25 April 2017 and 26 April 2017, confirming the approval of the proposed acquisition by Sibanye of the entire issued share capital of Stillwater Mining Company (?Stillwater?) (the ?Transaction?) by the shareholders of both Sibanye and Stillwater and that the Transaction, at the time of those announcements, was still subject to certain customary closing conditions set forth in the Merger Agreement (?Closing Conditions?).



Sibanye announces that all the Closing Conditions to the Transaction have been satisfied or waived, and that Sibanye has successfully concluded the acquisition of Stillwater.



For more information on the Transaction, please refer to the Sibanye website at www.sibanyegold.co.za/investors/transactions/stillwater- acquisition/overview.

04-May-2017
(Official Notice)
26-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the announcement released on the stock exchange news service on 25 April 2017, confirming, inter alia, the approval by Sibanye shareholders for the proposed acquisition of the entire issued share capital of Stillwater Mining Company (?Stillwater?) (the ?Transaction?).



Further to that announcement, Sibanye is pleased to announce that the requisite majority of Stillwater shareholders, resolved to approve the Transaction at the Stillwater shareholders? meeting held on 25 April 2017. All major conditions precedent to the Transaction have thus been met to the parties? satisfaction. The completion of the Transaction remains subject to the satisfaction or waiver of certain customary closing conditions set forth in the Merger Agreement. Although no assurance can be given as to if and when the Transaction will be completed because it remains subject to such customary closing conditions, the parties expect the Transaction to close on Thursday, 4 May 2017.



An announcement regarding the rights offer is anticipated to be made towards the end of the week of the 1st of May with the associated rights offer circular (containing the terms and details of the rights offer) to be issued in mid-May 2017. For more information about this on this Transaction, please refer to the Sibanye website at https://www.sibanyegold.co.za/investors/transactions/stillwater- acquisition.
25-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye reports that all resolutions for the approval and implementation of the proposed acquisition of Stillwater Mining Company (NYSE: SWC) (?Stillwater?) (the ?Transaction?), were passed by the requisite majority of votes at the company's general meeting held at the Sibanye Gold Academy, Glenharvie at 09:00 today, Tuesday, 25 April 2017



Shareholders are referred to the announcement released on the stock exchange news service on 20 March 2017, regarding the posting of the circular ("Circular") incorporating the notice of general meeting (?General Meeting?) and which contains, inter alia, the details of the Transaction. All capitalised terms contained herein shall bear the meaning ascribed to them in the circular.



The number of shares voted in person or by proxy was 773 013 184 representing 83% of the total issued share capital of Sibanye ordinary shares.



The implementation of the Transaction is still subject to certain customary closing conditions as well as the fulfilment of the final major condition precedent, i.e. the approval of the Transaction by the holders of a majority of Stillwater?s outstanding shares. The Stillwater shareholders meeting to vote on the Transaction is scheduled to take place today, at 14:00 (Mountain Daylight Time (MDT)) (22:00 South African Time (SAT)). Sibanye shareholders will be notified once vote of the Stillwater shareholders has occurred.





21-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
19-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that it filed Form 6-K (Report of Foreign Private Issuer Pursuant to Rule 13a-16 Or 15d-16 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934) and Form F-3 (Registration Statement under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934) with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday evening. These documents are available on the Company?s website at www.sibanyegold.co.za/investors/manage-your-shares/company- documents-circulars.
18-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
07-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that it filed its annual report on Form 20-F, for the year ended 31 December 2016 with the US Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday evening. The document is available on the company?s website at (https://www.sibanyegold.co.za/investors/financial-reporting/annual- reports/2016).



Sibanye shareholders, including holders of Sibanye American Depository shares, may also receive hard copies of the Form 20-F, which includes the audited financial statements, free of charge from James Wellsted whose contact details are listed below.
05-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the company yesterday posted its 2016 Summarised Report and the Notice of the Annual General Meeting. This document was released electronically on 30 March 2017 and is also available online at www.sibanyegold.co.za/investors/financial- reporting/annual-reports/2016.



The AGM will be held at Sibanye Gold Academy, Rietkloof 349, Glenharvie, 1786, South Africa, on 23 May 2017 at 09:00. In terms of section 59(1) (b) of the Companies Act, 71 of 2008, the record date for the purpose of determining which shareholders are entitled to participate in and vote at the AGM (being the date on which a shareholder must be registered in the company?s securities register in order to participate in and vote at the AGM) is 19 May 2017. The last day to trade in order to be registered in the company?s securities register is 16 May 2017.
30-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advises that the 2016 integrated annual report, annual financial report, company financial statements, summarised report and notice of annual general meeting and mineral resources and mineral reserves supplement as well as other relevant supplementary documentation, have been released on its website at www.sibanyegold.co.za/investors/financial- reporting/annual-reports/2016.



KPMG has audited the 2016 consolidated financial statements and its unqualified audit report is open for inspection at the company?s offices. The information previously published in the preliminary results released on 23 February 2017 has not changed.



A further SENS announcement will be published to confirm the posting of the summarised report and the notice of the AGM to shareholders.



Notice of annual general meeting

The annual general meeting of the company (AGM) for the year ended 31 December 2016 will be held at Sibanye Gold Academy, Rietkloof 349, Glenharvie, 1786, South Africa, on 23 May 2017 at 09:00. The AGM will conduct the business as stated in the planned notice of that meeting, a copy of which can be found on the company?s website.



In terms of section 59(1) (b) of the Companies Act, 71 of 2008, the record date for the purpose of determining which shareholders are entitled to participate in and vote at the AGM (being the date on which a shareholder must be registered in the company?s securities register in order to participate in and vote at the AGM) is 19 May 2017. The last day to trade in order to be registered in the company?s securities register is 16 May 2017.



20-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that a circular (?Circular?) containing, inter alia, the details of the proposed acquisition of Stillwater Mining Company (NYSE: SWC) (?Stillwater?), which was announced on 9 December 2016 (the ?Transaction?) and a notice convening the general meeting (?General Meeting?) and a form of proxy, has been posted to Sibanye Shareholders today, 20 March 2017. A copy of the Circular can be found at www.sibanyegold.co.za/investors/manage-your-shares/company-documents- circulars.



Notice of General Meeting

Notice is hereby given to Sibanye Shareholders that a General Meeting of Sibanye Shareholders will be held at the Sibanye Gold Academy, Rietkloof 349, Glenharvie, 1786, South Africa, on Tuesday, 25 April at 09:00 (CAT) to consider and, if deemed fit, pass, with or without amendment, the resolutions set out in the Circular to, inter alia, give effect to the Transaction.
27-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that Neal Froneman the CEO of Sibanye will be presenting at the annual BMO metals and mining conference in Miami Florida, today at 3pm (EST). The BMO presentation as well as the updated Investor relations meeting presentation are available on the Sibanye website at https://www.sibanyegold.co.za/investors/events/presentations/2017.
24-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that following the announcement by the South African Minister of Finance on 22 February 2017, the dividend withholding tax rate has been increased from 15.0% to 20.0%, effective 22 February 2017. Further to the announcement released on the Stock Exchange News Service of the JSE Limited on 23 February 2017, Operating and Financial Results for the six months and financial year ended 31 December 2016, shareholders are requested to refer to the updated dividend declaration paragraph included below:



The board has approved and declared final dividend number 8 of 60 cents per ordinary share (gross) in respect of the year ended 31 December 2016.

*The local Dividends Tax rate is 20% (twenty per centum);

*The gross local dividend amount is 60 cents per ordinary share for shareholders exempt from the Dividends Tax;

*The net local dividend amount is 48 cents per ordinary share for shareholders liable to pay the Dividends Tax;



The salient dates and times and other information provided in respect of the dividend declaration announced on 23 February 2017 remain unchanged.

23-Feb-2017
(C)
Revenue for the year soared to R31.2 billion (2015: R22.7 billion), operating profit jumped to R10.5 billion (2015: R6.3 billion), profit for the period attributable to owners of Sibanye jumped to R3.7 billion (2015: R716.9 million), while headline earnings per share grew to 270 cents per share (2015: 74 cents per share).



Dividend

The Sibanye Board approved a final dividend, number 8, of 60 cents per share (ZAR) (gross) resulting in a total dividend of 145 cents per share (ZAR) (gross) for the year ended 31 December 2016.



Outlook

Gold production for the year ending 31 December 2017 is forecast between 47 000kg and 48 000kg (1.51Moz and 1.54Moz), with TCC forecast between R385 000/kg and R395 000/kg (USD890/oz to USD910/oz) and AISC of between R470 000/kg and R480 000/kg (USD1 080/oz to USD1 105/oz). Total capital expenditure for 2017, including Burnstone, is currently planned at approximately R4.0 billion (USD300 million). The dollar costs are based on an average exchange rate of R13.50/USD.



The Platinum Division is forecast to produce between 1.05Moz and 1.10Moz (4E). Operating cost for the Kroondal Operation is forecast at R10 500/4Eoz (USD780/4Eoz), the Mimosa Operation at R11 400/4Eoz (USD845/4Eoz), the Platinum Mile Operation at R8 500/4Eoz (USD615/4Eoz) and the Rustenburg Operation at R11 800/4Eoz (USD875/4Eoz). The total operating cost for the Platinum Division is forecast at R11 150/4Eoz to R11 450/4Eoz (USD825/4Eoz - USD850/4Eoz). The expected capital expenditure for 2017 is planned at approximately R900 million (USD67 million) or R780/4Eoz to R850/4Eoz. Marketable (saleable) chrome production from Rustenburg is forecast at approximately 400 000t.



The ongoing strength in the rand and relatively muted consensus outlook for the gold price will impact the South African mining industry operating margins in 2017, including those of Sibanye's South African Gold and Platinum Divisions. As mentioned, in light of these factors and the likely impact on cash flow, management is re-evaluating its current growth capital expenditure plans.
22-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that profit attributable to shareholders of Sibanye is expected to be R3 702 million for the year ended 31 December 2016. Profit attributable to shareholders for the year ended 31 December 2015 was R717 million.



Earnings per share (EPS) and headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the year ended 31 December 2016 are expected to be 402 cents and 270 cents respectively. EPS and HEPS for the year ended 31 December 2015 were 79 cents and 74 cents, respectively. This represents an increase of 409% in respect of EPS and an increase of 265% in respect of HEPS.



Normalised earnings for the year ended 31 December 2016 are expected to be R3,657 million, compared with R1 220 million for the year ended 31 December 2015.



The increase in earnings is as a result of higher revenues from the Gold Division during the year and the inclusion of the Aquarius and Rustenburg platinum operations, which were acquired during 2016.



Sibanye will be releasing its operating and financial results for the six months and year ended 31 December 2016 on SENS tomorrow at 08:00 CAT, Thursday 23 February 2017. A live presentation will be held tomorrow at the JSE at 10:00 CAT and on the Company website: www.sibanyegold.co.za, with conference call and webcast options available.



An international conference call will be held at 15:00 CAT time to cater for the North American investors. Please see relevant SENS note for dial-in and webcast details.



The morning conference call and webcast will be available on the website: www.sibanyegold.co.za.

21-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that it has received the approval of the South African Reserve Bank, as required in accordance with the Exchange Control Regulations of South Africa, with respect to the proposed acquisition of Stillwater Mining Company (?Stillwater?) (NYSE:SWC) which was announced on 9 December 2017 (the ?Transaction?).



The Transaction remains on schedule for closure during the second calendar quarter of 2017 and remains subject to the approval of the Transaction by the holders of a majority of Stillwater?s outstanding shares, the approval of the Transaction by the holders of a majority of Sibanye?s shares present and voting, the approval of the related issuance of shares by Sibanye in the context of a potential rights issue by the holders of at least 75% of the shares present and voting, CFIUS clearance and other customary conditions.
13-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that it has successfully closed the syndication of the bridge facilities (the ?Facilities?), underwritten by Citi and HSBC, to support its acquisition of Stillwater Mining Company, which was announced on 9 December 2016.



Citi and HSBC also acted as Mandated Lead arrangers and Book runners in respect of the Facilities.



Syndication of the Facilities was launched in early January 2017 and was oversubscribed by more than USD1 billion. The Facilities were structured with three tranches including Facility A comprising a USD750 million bridge-to- equity (which will be repaid following a planned rights offering), Facility B comprising a USD300 million bridge-to-cash and Facility C comprising a USD1,600 million bridge-to-debt capital markets. Syndication raised over USD3 billion of commitments into the syndicated D1.9 billion combined B and C Facilities, across a final syndicate of 16 banks. The syndication attracted strong interest from banks with existing relationships with Sibanye, as well as a number of new international banks, which we believe reflects confidence in Sibanye?s operational and financial strategy.



Joining as Mandated Lead Arrangers alongside Citi and HSBC were:

? ABSA Bank Ltd. (acting through its Corporate and Investment Banking Division)

? Barclays Bank PLC

? Banca IMI S.P.A., London branch

? Credit Suisse International

? FirstRand Bank Ltd. (acting through its Rand Merchant Bank Division)

? J.P. Morgan Ltd.

? Mizuho Bank Europe N.V.

? Morgan Stanley Bank International Ltd.

? Royal Bank of Canada

? Soci?t? G?n?rale

? The Bank of Nova Scotia

? The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.

? The Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd.



Joining as Lead Arrangers were:

? BNP Paribas

? Nedbank Ltd., London Branch



Citi is acting as Facility Agent.
06-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the announcement released on the Stock Exchange News Service on 9 December 2016 in which they were advised that Sibanye had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire all of the outstanding common stock of Stillwater Mining Company (NYSE: SWC) for USD18.00 per share in cash or USD2.2 billion in aggregate (the ?Transaction?).



Shareholders are advised that the Company has received an extension from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (?JSE?) to the 60 day rule in terms of the JSE Listings Requirements which requires the Company, within 60 days, to dispatch a circular to its shareholders containing a notice of general meeting to obtain their approval for the Transaction. The extension allows the preparation of the circular to run concurrently with the preparation of the 2016 Annual Financial Statements. The required circular is in the process of being prepared and will be posted to shareholders in early to mid-March 2017.





03-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
26-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that it will be entering into a consultation process at its Platinum Operations, in terms of section 189A of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995.



This process could result in the retrenchment of approximately 330 employees, which remains well within the scope of the Competition Tribunal?s ruling when it approved the acquisitions of Aquarius Platinum Ltd. and the Rustenburg Operations in March 2016. A final decision will be taken following consultation with organised labour representatives and relevant employees.



In 2016, Sibanye highlighted approximately R800 million in cost and operational synergies that need to be realised between the Kroondal and Rustenburg operations to ensure sustainability.



The reduction in replicated overhead costs and duplicate structures is a critical first step in realising these synergies.
19-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that Sibanye and Stillwater Mining Company (NYSE: SWC) (?Stillwater?) has received early termination of the waiting period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, as amended (the "HSR Act") with respect to the proposed acquisition of Stillwater by Sibanye (?the Transaction?), which was announced on 9 December 2016. The effect of the early termination is that the antitrust condition required for the Transaction has now been satisfied.



The Transaction is expected to close in the second calendar quarter of 2017 and remains subject to the approval of the Transaction by the holders of a majority of Stillwater?s outstanding shares, the approval of the Transaction by the holders of a majority of Sibanye?s shares present and voting, the approval of the related issuance of shares by Sibanye in the context of a potential rights issue by the holders of at least 75% of the shares present and voting, CFIUS clearance, the approval of the South African Reserve Bank and other customary conditions.
09-Dec-2016
(Official Notice)
01-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that the acquisition by a wholly owned subsidiary company, Sibanye Rustenburg Platinum Mines (Pty) Ltd. (?SRPM?), from Rustenburg Platinum Mines Ltd. (?RPM?), of the Bathopele, Siphumelele (incl. Khomanani), and Thembelani (incl. Khuseleka) mining operations, two concentrating plants, an on-site chrome recovery plant, the Western Limb Tailings Retreatment Plant, associated surface infrastructure and related assets and liabilities on a going concern basis, including normalised levels of working capital (the ?Rustenburg Operations?) (the ?Transaction?) has become effective today, 1 November 2016. The Transaction has now been fully implemented, following settlement of the Initial Upfront Purchase Price of R1.5 billion in cash, from Sibanye?s existing cash resources and debt facilities.



Sibanye is also pleased to announce that the broad based black economic empowerment (?BBBEE?) ownership of SRPM has been agreed and implemented from 1 November 2016 such that Sibanye holds 74% of SRPM, with the remaining 26% held through Newshelf 1335 (Pty) Ltd. (?BBBEECo SPV?). The shareholders of BBBEECo SPV are: Rustenburg Mine Employees Trust (30.4%), Rustenburg Mine Community Development Trust (24.8%) Bakgatla-Ba-Kgafela Investment Holdings (24.8%) and Siyanda Resources (Pty) Ltd. (20%).



The full details of the Transaction announced on 9 September 2015 are available on Sibanye?s website on the following link: https://www.sibanyegold.co.za/investors/news/company- announcements/2015/item/174-sens-acquisition-of-rustenburg-mining-and- concentrating-operations.
27-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
19-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that the acquisition (the ?Transaction?), by Sibanye Rustenburg Platinum Mines (Pty) Ltd. (?SRPM?) from Rustenburg Platinum Mines Ltd. (?RPM?), of the Bathopele, Siphumelele (incl. Khomanani), and Thembelani (incl. Khuseleka) mining operations, two concentrating plants, an on- site chrome recovery plant, the Western Limb Tailings Retreatment Plant, associated surface infrastructure and related assets and liabilities on a going concern basis, including normalised levels of working capital (the ?Rustenburg Operations?), is now unconditional. This follows amongst other things, the granting of consent in terms of Section 11 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002 for the sale by RPM of the Mining Right and the Prospecting Right to SRPM.



As a result, the effective date of the implementation of the Transaction will be 1 November 2016, when Sibanye will take over ownership, control and management of the Rustenburg Operations.



Sibanye will further update the market upon implementation of the Transaction.



For reference, Sibanye shareholders are referred to the announcement released on 9 September 2015 announcing the agreement of the Transaction; the announcement released on 18 January 2016 confirming that Sibanye shareholders had approved the acquisition of the Rustenburg Operations; and the announcement released on 17 March 2016 confirming that the Transaction was approved by the Competition Authorities in accordance with the Competition Act.
05-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that its Cooke operations have resumed normal operations this morning after the illegal industrial action was called-off on 4 October 2016 following engagement with union representatives. The two seriously injured employees are still in a critical, but stable condition. Management will take appropriate disciplinary action once the investigation into the attacks and the illegal industrial action has been concluded.
04-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye confirms that four employees were injured by unknown assailants in the early hours of this morning at its Cooke operations. Two of the four employees were seriously injured and are being treated at local hospitals. The incidents are related to illegal industrial action which started yesterday, following a union membership verification dispute.



The membership verification process, agreed with the unions at the Cooke Operations and facilitated by the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA), commenced two weeks ago and is still ongoing. Despite management engaging with the unions and repeatedly explaining the procedure, a group of employees, embarked on illegal protest action during the night shift on Monday 3 October 2016.



19-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that CEO Neal Froneman will deliver a presentation at the annual Denver Gold Forum in Colorado Springs about the Group?s superior value creation. The presentation is available on the Sibanye website at www.sibanyegold.co.za/investors/events/presentations/2016.
07-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold informed shareholders that from 19 September 2016 it will be included in the FTSE/JSE Top 40 index, with an initial ranking at 34th position. This follows the September 2016 index review by the JSE.
25-Aug-2016
(C)
19-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Further to the trading statements released on 24 April 2016 and 27 July 2016, shareholders are advised that Sibanye expects headline earnings per share ("HEPS") for the six-months ended 30 June 2016 (?period?) to be between 120 cents per share and 122 cents per share compared to 19 cents per share for the six months ended 30 June 2015 (?comparative period?),being an increase of between 101 cents per share and 103 cents per share (an increase of between 532% and 542%). Earnings per share ("EPS") for the period is expected to be between 35 cents per share and 37 cents per share compared to 20 cents per share for the comparative period, being an increase of between 15 cents per share and 17 cents per share (an increase of between 75% and 85%).



Normalised earnings per share (which is adjusted for gains and losses on foreign exchange and financial instruments, non- recurring items and share of result of associates after tax) is expected to be between 231 cents per share and 237 cents per share compared to 27 cents per share for the comparative period, being an increase of between 204 cents per share and 210 cents per share (an increase of between 756% and 778%).



Sibanye is currently finalising its Operating and Financial Results for the six-months ended 30 June 2016, which will be released on SENS at 08 00 (CAT) on Thursday, 25 August 2016 and on the Company website: www.sibanyegold.co.za.
28-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
27-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
11-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye notified shareholders that it will be entering into a further consultation process with organised labour and other relevant stakeholders, regarding continued operational underperformance and accumulating financial losses at the Cooke 4 underground mine and Ezulwini Gold and Uranium processing plant (the Cooke 4 Operation).



Sibanye acquired the Cooke underground and surface assets from Gold One Ltd., in May 2014. The primary reason for the acquisition was the significant uranium and gold mineral resources and reserves contained in the Cooke surface tailings facilities, which form a critical component of Sibanye?s West Rand Tailings Retreatment Project (?WRTRP?). Along with these surface resources, Sibanye acquired four operating underground mines and two processing plants, which included the Cooke 4 assets.



In September 2014, due to historical operational underperformance, Sibanye entered into a period of consultation with relevant stakeholders which, in November 2014, resulted in the stakeholders agreeing to implement specific measures to return the operation to profitability and thereby minimise job losses. Despite intense monitoring and interventions by a joint management and labour committee over the last 17 months since the previous Section 189 consultation was concluded, the Cooke 4 Operations have continued to fall short of production targets and losses have continued to accumulate. Ltd. In view of the sustained losses at the Cooke 4 Operation and considering the extensive efforts to improve productivity and reduce the operation?s cost structures, Sibanye has given notice in terms of Section 189A of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 ("LRA"). A 60 day period of consultation will now be entered into with trade unions and affected employees, facilitated by the CCMA. During this period all options and alternatives to closure will be considered.
07-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advises stakeholders that it has published the final agenda for its Strategic Update on 28 July 2016 at the Sibanye Academy and subsequent visit to its West Wits Surface Operations on 29 July 2016. Further details on the Strategic Update and the agenda are now available on the company website: www.sibanyegold.co.za.



Investors, analysts and media who still wish to register to attend either day, in person or via live webcast, are requested to do so on the website.



Please note that numbers of attendees are limited by capacity constraints and preference will be given to institutional investors, analyst and media, and may be limited to one applicant per institution.

10-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye confirms that it has suspended six shop stewards belonging to the Association of Mineworkers and Construction (AMCU), at its Kroondal Operations, pending internal disciplinary proceedings, for various charges including inter alia intimidation of employees. One of the six is the AMCU branch chairperson against whom criminal charges have been laid with the South African Police Services after repeatedly making direct threats to a member of the Kroondal mine management.
30-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye reported that the interdict it sought against a strike called at its Kroondal Operations by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), was successful. On Friday 27 May 2016, the South African Labour Court declared any strike action by AMCU relating to the transport issues raised, unlawful and unprotected. In terms of the judgment, AMCU may not participate in or incite or otherwise encourage any Kroondal employees to embark on unprotected strike action in accordance with the strike notice issued by the Court.
27-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised stakeholders that The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has embarked on a strike from the morning shift on Friday 27 May 2016. AMCU notified the company of its intention to strike, based on a strike certificate previously received from the Council for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) on 25 January 2016, on a mutual interest dispute relating to the provision of transport for employees.



A joint Kroondal/AMCU task team had been established after the CCMA issued the strike certificate, in order to perform a feasibility study and make final recommendations on the issue. Prior to the completion of the feasibility study by the task team, and following disagreement over the process which would be followed, AMCU issued Kroondal management with a strike notice.
24-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advises shareholders that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majority at the Company's Annual General Meeting held at Sibanye Gold Academy, Glenharvie at 09:00 on Tuesday, 24 May 2016. In accordance with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.
13-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Westonaria, 13 May 2016: Sibanye advises that Neal Froneman, CEO of Sibanye, will be delivering a new presentation to attendees at the 2016 Oxford Platinum Lectures, at 12:10 (UTC) on Friday 13 May 2016. The presentation will be available on the group website: www.sibanyegold.co.za prior to the scheduled time.



11-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders that Neal Froneman, CEO of Sibanye, will be delivering a presentation on the Group, to investors attending the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Conference in Miami Beach, at 11:15am (EST) on Wednesday 11 May 2016. The presentation will be available on the Group website: www.sibanyegold.co.za prior to the scheduled time.
11-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders that Neal Froneman, CEO of Sibanye, will be delivering a presentation on the Group, to investors attending the European Gold Forum in Zurich, at 11:15am (EST) on Wednesday 11 May 2016. The presentation will be available on the Group website: www.sibanyegold.co.za prior to the scheduled time.
25-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Shareholders of Sibanye are advised that earnings per share (EPS) for the six months ending 30 June 2016 is expected to be at least 150% (or 30 cents per share) higher than the 20 cents per share reported for the previous corresponding period in 2015.



Shareholders are further advised that headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the six months ending 30 June 2016, is expected to be at least 158% (or 30 cents per share) higher than the 19 cents per share reported for the previous corresponding period in 2015. The increase in EPS and HEPS is primarily due to the increase in the average rand gold price, which was 301% higher for the March 2016 quarter than for the comparable quarter in 2015.



Normalised earnings per share are expected to increase at least 500% from the 27 cents per share normalised earnings reported for the six months ended 30 June 2015. The difference between forecast normalised earnings and EPS AND HEPS is primarily a result of a forecast fair value loss relating to financial instruments, as a result of the increase in Sibanye?s share price which has increased approximately 130% from R23.56 per share at 31 December 2015.



A further trading statement with a more definitive range will be released, as required by paragraph 3.4(b) of the Listings Requirements of the JSE Ltd., once greater certainty is obtained.
25-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
20-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders that Neal Froneman, CEO of Sibanye, will be delivering a presentation on the Group, to investors attending the European Gold Forum in Zurich, at 11:10am (CAT) on Wednesday 20 April 2016. The presentation will be available on the Group website: www.sibanyegold.co.za prior to the scheduled time.
18-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye refers shareholders to the statement issued by the Chamber of Mines (the Chamber) on Friday 15 April 2016, regarding the publication by the Minister of Mineral Resources of a new draft of the broad-based socio-economic empowerment charter for the South African mining industry (Mining Charter). See http://www.chamberofmines.org.za/.



The draft Mining Charter was published without prior consultation with the South African mining industry, but, as per current legislation will be available for public comment for a 30 day period. During this time, and possibly beyond if required, the Minister of Mineral Resources has committed to engaging with the mining industry, organised labour and other affected parties. The Chamber and the mining companies are studying the draft Mining Charter and will respond in due course. Sibanye is committed to supporting the Chamber in its engagement.







18-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
06-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders that it has entered into discussions with leadership of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), and AMCU has agreed to suspend any industrial action at Sibanye?s operations, while engagement continues with AMCU and other representative unions.



Further information will be provided when available.
04-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye (JSE: SGL AND NYSE: SBGL) wishes to advise shareholders that the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has served the company with notice to commence industrial action in respect of the 2015 wage negotiations. In terms of the notice, AMCU members will embark on protected industrial action from afternoon shift, Wednesday, 6 April 2016.









31-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the company has today posted its 2015 Summarised Report and the Notice of the Annual General Meeting. The AGM will be held at Sibanye Gold Academy, Rietkloof 349, Glenharvie, 1786, South Africa, on 24 May 2016 at 09:00.



The record date for the purpose of determining which shareholders are entitled to participate in and vote at the AGM (being the date on which a shareholder must be registered in the company?s securities register in order to participate in and vote at the AGM) as 20 May 2016. Therefore the last day to trade in order to be registered in the company?s securities register as at the record date is 13 May 2016.





22-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye yesterday filed its annual report on Form 20-F, for the year ended 31 December 2015 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The document is available on the Company?s website (www.sibanyegold.co.za).



Sibanye shareholders, including holders of Sibanye American Depository shares, may also receive hard copies of the Form 20-F, which includes the audited financial statements, free of charge from James Wellsted whose contact details are listed below.



22-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye shareholders are referred to the announcement released on 17 March 2016, confirming that the final significant condition precedent to the acquisition of all of the shares in Aquarius Platinum Ltd. (?Aquarius?) (?the Transaction?) was fulfilled.



In accordance with the Implementation Agreement signed in October 2015, Sibanye and Aquarius have now agreed that the Conditions Fulfilment Date will be set as Thursday, 24 March 2016. On the Conditions Fulfilment Date, the parties will confirm that all of the conditions required for the transaction to proceed have been satisfied and exchange executed copies of the Amalgamation Agreement, as well as other documentation required for the Transaction to become effective. The effective date of the transaction is now expected to be Tuesday, 12 April 2016, with payment occurring within 14 days thereof.







18-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye published its 2015 Integrated Annual Report, Annual Financial Report, Company?s Financial Statements and Summarised Report 2015 incorporating the planned Notice of Annual General Meeting and Proxy Form on its website. The Summarised Report and the Notice of Annual General Meeting are respectively, planned to be posted to shareholders on 31 March 2016.



KPMG have audited the 2015 consolidated financial statements and their unqualified audit report is open for inspection at the Company?s offices. An abridged report has not been published as the information previously published in the preliminary results released on 25 February 2016 has not changed.



The 2015 Integrated Annual Report (plus supporting online information) and the planned Notice of the Annual General Meeting are available at www.sibanyegold.co.za. The 2015 Integrated Annual Report contains a summary of the Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves. The full Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves supplement has been published on the Company?s website.



Planned Notice of Annual General Meeting

Notice is planned to be given on 31 March 2016 of the Annual General Meeting of the Company (AGM) to be held at Sibanye Gold Academy, Rietkloof 349, Glenharvie, 1786, South Africa on 24 May 2016 at 09:00. The AGM will transact the business as stated in the planned notice of that meeting, a copy of which can be found on the Company?s website. A further SENS announcement will be published on 31 March 2016 confirming the posting of the Summarised Report and the planned Notice of the AGM.



In terms of section 59(1) (b) of the Companies Act, 71 of 2008, the record date for the purpose of determining which shareholders are entitled to participate in and vote at the AGM (being the date on which a shareholder must be registered in the Company?s securities register in order to participate in and vote at the AGM) as 20 May 2016. Therefore the last day to trade in order to be registered in the Company?s securities register as at the record date is 13 May 2016.
17-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye shareholders are referred to the announcement released on 18 January 2016 confirming that shareholders had approved the acquisition of the Bathopele, Siphumelele (incl. Khomanani), and Thembelani (incl. Khuseleka) mining operations, two concentrating plants, an onsite chrome recovery plant, the Western Limb Tailings Retreatment Plant, associated surface infrastructure and related assets and liabilities on a going concern basis including normalised levels of working capital (?the Rustenburg Operations?) from Rustenburg Platinum Mines Ltd. (?the Transaction?).



Sibanye is pleased to announce that on 16 March 2016 the Transaction was approved by the Competition Authorities in accordance with the Competition Act. The approval is subject to certain conditions and qualifications which Sibanye and Rustenburg Platinum Mines Ltd. have confirmed are acceptable.



Shareholders are advised that the implementation of the Transaction is still subject to, amongst others, the fulfilment of the following key condition precedent:

- The granting of consent in terms of section 11 of the MPRDA for the sale of the Mining Right and the Prospecting Right to the Purchaser pursuant to the Transaction.



Sibanye shareholders will be advised in due course once the all outstanding conditions precedent to the Transaction have been fulfilled.
17-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye shareholders are referred to the announcement on 19 January 2016 advising that Aquarius Platinum Ltd.?s (?Aquarius?) shareholders approved the Amalgamation and Amalgamation Agreement, whereby Sibanye will acquire all of the shares in Aquarius for a cash consideration of USD0.195 per share (the ?Aquarius Transaction?).



Sibanye is pleased to report that a significant Condition Precedent, being the approval of the South African Competition Authorities for the Aquarius Transaction, subject to certain conditions and qualifications which are acceptable to both Sibanye and Aquarius, was received on 16 March 2016. Sibanye and Aquarius will now proceed to fulfil the final Conditions Precedent, in accordance with the Implementation Agreement. A further announcement, including the transaction timetable, will be issued once the final Conditions Precedent have been fulfilled.
25-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the announcement of 17 September 2015, advising that a term sheet had been signed between Sibanye and the Waterberg Coal Company Ltd, Firestone Energy Limited, Sekoko Resources Pty Ltd and Sekoko Coal Pty Ltd (collectively the Waterberg Coal Group).



The key conditions precedent of the term sheet were the completion of a detailed due diligence investigation and the entering into a set of definitive transaction agreements. Sibanye wishes to advise shareholders that the parties have been unable to agree on revised terms post completion of the due diligence and accordingly all discussions have been terminated. In addition to the Waterberg Project, and as stated previously, Sibanye is still in the process of evaluating other potential investment opportunities in the coal sector that would add commercial value to the Company's energy strategy. However, there are currently no negotiations that have reached an advanced level of importance or materiality that warrant an announcement or further disclosure details.
25-Feb-2016
(C)
Revenue increased to R22.7 billion (R21.8 billion). Operating profit was lower at R6.3 billion (R7.5 billion), while profit attributable to owners of Sibanye Gold was lower at R716.9 million (R1.6 billion). Headline earnings per share decreased to 74cps (170cps).



Dividend

Final dividend of 90 cents per share (ZAR) declared, resulting in a total dividend of 100 cents per share (ZAR) for the year ended 31 December 2015. Approximately R916 million in cash returned to shareholders.



Outlook

The operational issues that affected performance in 2015 are unlikely to be repeated. Gold production for the year ending 31 December 2016 is forecast to increase to approximately 50,000kg (1.61Moz), with TCC forecast at approximately R355,000/kg and AISC at approximately R425,000/kg. The recent sharp depreciation of the rand to over R16.00/USUSD, means that costs in dollar terms are likely to be significantly lower than in 2015; assuming an average exchange rate of R15.00/USUSD for 2016, TCC is forecast at USUSD735/oz and AISC at USUSD880/oz. All-in cost is forecast to be R440,000/kg (USUSD915/oz), due inter alia, to the initiation of the Kloof and Driefontein below infrastructure projects and the development of the Burnstone mine which were approved in 2015. Total capital expenditure for 2016 is planned at R3.9 billion (USUSD 265 million). Due to the weaker rand, and a recovery in the dollar gold price, the rand gold price year to date is on average approximately R100,000/kg higher than in 2015. Whilst we provide no forecast of the future gold price, should this gold price persist throughout 2016, the Group TCC margin will increase to approximately 38% and the AISC margin to approximately 25%.
24-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
23-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that profit attributable to shareholders of Sibanye Gold Limited (?Sibanye? or the ?Group?) (JSE: SGL AND NYSE: SBGL) is expected to be between R675 million and R775 million for the year ended 31 December 2015. Profit attributable to shareholders for the year ended 31 December 2014 was R1,552 million.



Despite an operational recovery through the year and a return to profitability from the June 2015 quarter, profit attributable to shareholders for the year ended 31 December 2015, was negatively affected by the relatively poor March 2015 quarter and the Eskom load shedding in the June 2015 quarter.



Moreover, the weighted average number of shares in issue increased 9% year-on-year following the acquisition of the Cooke Operations in 2014.



As a result of these factors, earnings per share ("EPS") and headline earnings per share ("HEPS") for the year ended 31 December 2015 are expected to be between 74 cents and 85 cents, and 70 cents and 81 cents respectively. EPS and HEPS for the year ended 31 December 2014 were 186 cents and 170 cents, respectively. This represents a decrease of between 60% and 54% in respect of EPS and a decrease of between 59% and 52% in respect of HEPS.



Normalised earnings for the year are expected to be between R1,180 million and R1,280 million, compared with normalised earnings of R2,258 million for the year ended 31 December 2014.



As mentioned in the operating update released on 1 February 2016, the operational issues which affected the March 2015 quarter are unlikely to be repeated and a much better operating result is forecast for the year ending 31 December 2016. The prevailing rand gold price is also significantly higher than the average price of R475,508/kg for the year ended 31 December 2015, which, should it remain at these levels, will significantly boost earnings and cash flow.



The financial information, on which the trading statement has been based, has not been reviewed or reported on by the Company?s auditors.



01-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
01-Feb-2016
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Sibanye CEO, Neal Froneman, commented that Sibanye is for the first time considering acquisitions outside SA?s borders, taking advantage of the distressed finances of other companies and the strength of its own shares and balance sheet. Sibanye will have gold, coal, platinum and uranium assets, and is looking at gold and other opportunities to add to its rapidly growing portfolio, which is geared to generate cash and pay dividends to shareholders. "As long as we make the right-priced entries into the right commodities at the right time, there is no reason why you can?t build on that dividend yield thesis," Mr Froneman said, adding that Sibanye?s shares were starting to receive a premium rating from investors. "For us to make an entry into another commodity, we?d have to look at where it is in the cycle and how close it is to a bull run. Base metals will be more of a focus initially than bulk commodities," he said. "There are some seriously distressed companies out there. I don?t think we?ll be going to Australia or North America. We are sub-and southern-African focused when we talk of outside SA, and we?d want to buy producers."
19-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the announcement on 18 January 2016, confirming that the acquisition of the Rustenburg Operations (?Rustenburg Transaction?) from Anglo American Platinum Ltd. was overwhelmingly approved by Sibanye shareholders.



Further to that announcement Sibanye is also pleased to advise that at the special general meeting of Aquarius Platinum Ltd. (?Aquarius?) held on 18 January 2016, the requisite majority of Aquarius shareholders approved the resolution to approve the Amalgamation and Amalgamation Agreement, whereby Sibanye will acquire all of the shares in Aquarius for a cash consideration of USD0.195 per share (?the Aquarius Transaction?).



The implementation of the Aquarius Transaction remains subject to final conditions precedent, including primarily, the approval of the Transaction by the South African Competition Authorities. Sibanye is committed to fulfilling the final conditions precedent to both the Rustenburg and Aquarius Transactions as expeditiously as possible and shareholders will be advised as soon as the outstanding conditions precedent have been fulfilled.
18-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Sibanye shareholders are referred to the announcement, regarding the posting of the circular ("Circular") incorporating the notice of general meeting (?General Meeting?) released on the stock exchange news service on 15 December 2015 and containing the details of the acquisition of the Bathopele, Siphumelele (incl. Khomanani), and Thembelani (incl. Khuseleka) mining operations, two concentrating plants, an onsite chrome recovery plant, the Western Limb Tailings Retreatment Plant, associated surface infrastructure and related assets and liabilities on a going concern basis including normalised levels of working capital (?the Rustenburg Operations?) from Rustenburg Platinum Mines Ltd. (?the Transaction?).



Sibanye is pleased to report that all resolutions set out in the Circular to give effect to the Transaction were passed by the requisite majority at the Company's General Meeting held at Sibanye Gold Academy, Glenharvie at 09:00 today, Monday, 18 January 2016.



The number of shares voted in person or by proxy was 790,515,683, representing 86.29% of the total issued share capital of the same class of Sibanye shares. The implementation of the Transaction is still subject to, amongst others, the fulfilment of the following conditions precedent:

- The approval on or before 30 June 2017 of the Transaction by the competition authorities of the Republic of South Africa; and

- On or before 30 June 2017 the granting of consent in terms of section 11 of the MPRDA for the sale of the Mining Right and the Prospecting Right to the Purchaser pursuant to the Transaction.



Sibanye Shareholders will be notified once the all the outstanding conditions precedent as set out in the Circular have been fulfilled and the transaction implemented.
17-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
15-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye shareholders (Sibanye Shareholders) are referred to the announcement released by Sibanye on SENS operated by JSE Limited on 9 September 2015, in which Sibanye announced that it had, via a subsidiary company, entered into a suite of transaction agreements, with Rustenburg Platinum Mines Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Anglo American Platinum Limited to acquire the Bathopele, Siphumelele (incl. Khomanani), and Thembelani (incl. Khuseleka) mining operations, two concentrating plants, an onsite chrome recovery plant, the Western Limb Tailings Retreatment Plant, associated surface infrastructure and related assets and liabilities on a going concern basis including normalised levels of working capital (the Transaction).



Sibanye Shareholders are hereby advised that a circular (Circular) containing, inter alia, details of the Transaction, a notice convening the general meeting (General Meeting) and a form of proxy, has been posted to Sibanye Shareholders today, 15 December 2015. A copy of the Circular can be found at www.sibanyegold.co.za



Notice of General Meeting

Notice is hereby given to Sibanye Shareholders that a General Meeting of Sibanye Shareholders will be held at the Sibanye Gold Academy, Rietkloof 349, Glenharvie, 1786, South Africa, on Monday, 18 January 2016 at 09h00 to consider and, if deemed fit, pass, with or without amendment, the resolutions set out in the Circular to give effect to the Transaction.



The salient dates and times relating to the General Meeting are set out below:

*Last day to trade in order to be eligible to vote at General Meeting Thursday, 31 December 2015

*Record date in order to be eligible to vote at the General MeetingFriday, 8 January 2016

*Last day to lodge an instruction requesting to participate at the General Meeting via electronic participation by 09h00 Friday, 8 January 2016

*Last day to lodge forms of proxy in respect of the General Meeting by 09h00Thursday, 14 January 2016

*General Meeting of Sibanye Shareholders at 09h00 Monday, 18 January 2016

*Results of General Meeting released on SENS Monday, 18 January 2016

*Results of General Meeting published in the South African pressTuesday, 19 January 2016
04-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
NEAL FRONEMAN ELECTED AS MINES AND MONEY CEO OF 2015 Westonaria, 4 December 2015: Sibanye (JSE: SGL - NYSE: SBGL)is pleased to report that its CEO Neal Froneman has been voted as ?CEO of the year? at the 13th annual Mines and Money London conference.



With a 13 year history, Mines and Money London is Europe?s largest mining investment conference and exhibition, bringing together over 2,500 attendees from 75 countries. The Mines and Money advisory panel, which selected Neal, is comprised of a number of highly regarded global mining industry leaders and pundits.





30-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
13-Nov-2015
(Media Comment)
According to the Business Report, Sibanye Gold has made a move to acquire Anglo American's coal assets in an effort to reduce its power costs and dependence on Eskom. Sibanye reported in September that it was undertaking due diligence on Waterberg Coal Group which carried a resource of 3.4 billion tons that could aide in supplying Sibanye dependable, low-cost electricity.
29-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
06-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye will be hosting a presentation to provide detail on its proposed acquisition of Aquarius Platinum Ltd. at 11am (CAT) on 6 October 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Ballrooms 2 - 3, 191 Oxford Road Rosebank. The presentation will be simultaneously webcast (the webcast can be accessed via the company website: www.sibanyegold.co.za) and conference call facilities will also be available. The conference call in details are: Conference call details for the live presentation at 11:00am (CAT).
06-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
02-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders that the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), Solidarity and UASA have accepted the offers made by fellow gold producers AngloGold Ashanti and Harmony. The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has unfortunately rejected all of the companies? offers and obtained a certificate of non-resolution from the CCMA.



The offer made by Sibanye to the unions was conditional on all four unions accepting the offer and as a result of AMCU?s rejection of the offers, Sibanye has not yet signed the agreements with the other three unions.



Sibanye recognizes all representative unions equally as important stakeholders and in order to ensure the sustainability of its operations and preserve a harmonious working environment, the company has committed to continued engagement with all the unions until there is common agreement.
17-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
09-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
03-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye shareholders are advised that the Company is in negotiations with Anglo American Platinum Ltd (AAP) regarding the potential acquisition of the Rustenburg mining and concentrating operations from AAP (the Proposed Transaction). The Proposed Transaction if successfully concluded may have an effect on the price at which the Company's securities trade on the JSE Limited and its ADR?s on the NYSE. No further detail can be provided at this stage and it is possible that no transaction will be consummated. Accordingly, Sibanye shareholders are advised to exercise caution when dealing in their Sibanye shares until a further announcement is made.

31-Aug-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye, the ?company?) is pleased to announce the successful conclusion of a USD350 000 000 revolving credit facility which was concluded on 20th August 2015.



Bank of America Merrill Lynch and HSBC acted as Bookrunners, Joint Coordinators and Mandated Lead Arrangers, with Bank of America Merrill Lynch acting as Facility Agent and HSBC acting as Documentation Agent for the Facility.



Details of the facility are as follows:

*Borrower: Sibanye Gold Ltd.

*Facility Amount: USD300 000 000 Revolving Credit Facility with USD50 000 000 accordion option

*Purpose: Working capital and general corporate purposes

*Tenor: 3 years

*Margin: LIBOR plus 2.0 per cent. per annum

*Mandated Lead Arrangers: Bank of America Merrill Lynch International Ltd., Credit Suisse, HSBC Bank plc

*Lead Arrangers: Bank of Montreal, Citi, Goldman Sachs Bank USA, J.P. Morgan Ltd., Nedbank CIB, RBC Capital Markets
06-Aug-2015
(C)
Sibanye's interim results showed an increase in revenue to R10.2 billion (R9.8 billion). Net operating profit amounted to R757.4 million (R1.999 billion). Net attributable profit came in at R179.8 million (R532.7 million). In addition, headline earnings per share dropped to 19cps (84cps.)



Dividend

The Sibanye board approved an interim dividend of 10 cents per share (gross) for the six months ended 30 June 2015.



Outlook

The general decline in commodity prices to multiyear lows continues to place considerable financial stress on mining companies globally. An extended period of low prices will generally result in a supply side response, as projects are deferred and higher cost, loss making production is taken off the market. While Sibanye is not immune to these macroeconomic factors and faces numerous other challenges it is able to weather lower gold prices and remains well positioned to benefit from any opportunities which may arise during such cycles.



Despite the recent decline in the dollar gold price to below US$1,100/oz, a corresponding depreciation of the Rand relative to the US Dollar has ensured that the Rand gold price has remained well above the R420,000/kg level assumed for Life of Mine planning and the declaration of gold Mineral Reserves. All-in costs of US$1,071/oz for the June 2015 quarter remain globally competitive and still provide scope for further reduction. Despite their relative maturity, Sibanye?s core operations still rank among the highest grade gold mines in the world and the resultant inherent operational flexibility of the ore bodies will ensure that they can be restructured for profitability at a significantly lower gold price. While a review of the current production plan is not yet warranted, various production scenarios at different gold prices are currently being considered and remedial plans being developed.



On the basis of normal operational performance during the second half of the year, production guidance remains unchanged, albeit that, as a result of the March 2015 performance, full year production is likely to be closer to the bottom end of the guided 50,000kg to 52,000kg range.











24-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that profit attributable to shareholders of Sibanye (JSE: SGL - NYSE: SBGL) for the six months ended 30 June 2015, is expected to be between R135 million and R230 million. Profit attributable to shareholders for the six months ended 30 June 2014 was R533 million.



The decrease in profit attributable to shareholders is primarily a result of operational events during the March 2015 quarter, which on an accumulated basis negatively affected production, particularly in January and February. Despite a solid operational performance and return to profitability in the June 2015 quarter, profit attributable to shareholders for the six months ended 30 June 2015, was negatively affected.



Moreover, the issue of 156.9 million new Sibanye ordinary shares to Gold One International Limited (?Gold One?) on 16 May 2014, following the acquisition of the Cooke underground and surface operations resulted in an 18% year-on-year increase in the weighted average number of shares in issue, from 772.7 million for the six-months ended 30 June 2014 to an estimated 909.3 million for the six-months ended 30 June 2015.



As a result of these factors, earnings per share ("EPS") and headline earnings per share ("HEPS") for the six months ended 30 June 2015 are expected to be between 15 cents and 25 cents. EPS and HEPS for the six months ended 30 June 2014 were 69 cents and 84 cents respectively. This represents a decrease of between 64% and 78% in respect of EPS and a decrease of between 70% and 82% in respect of HEPS.



The financial information, on which the trading statement has been based, has not been reviewed or reported on by the Company?s auditors.
16-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Production and Cost Guidance for the Quarter Ended 30 June 2015



Sibanye advised shareholders that it will report a significantly improved operating result for June 2015 quarter, compared with that of the March 2015 quarter. As indicated in the operating update released on 4 May 2015, the operational events which negatively affected production during the first two months of the year were largely resolved by the end of the March 2015 quarter.



The June 2015 quarter operating result is in line with forecast. Gold production of 12,396kg (398,500oz) is 26% higher than gold production for the March 2015 quarter and 5% higher than for the comparable quarter in 2014. Total cash cost for the quarter will be approximately R336,000/kg (US$865/oz) and All?in cost, approximately R416,000/kg (USD1,070/oz) respectively 13% and 12% lower than for the March 2015 quarter.



Despite ongoing disruptions from loadshedding, the Kloof, Driefontein and Beatrix operations produced 10,917kg (351,000oz) of gold for the quarter, which is only marginally lower than gold production in the same period of 2014. The Cooke Operation contributed 1,479kg (47,550oz) of gold for the quarter, 8% higher than for the March 2015 quarter. The Cooke Operation produced approximately 88,000lbs of uranium for the six-months ended 30 June 2015.



Gold production for the six months ended 30 June 2015 will be approximately 22,200kg (713,750oz), with Total cash cost of approximately R358,000/kg (USD935/oz), All-in Sustaining cost of approximately R435,000/kg (USD1,138/oz) and All-in cost of approximately R442,000/kg (USD1,156/oz). Costs are slightly higher than the average costs forecast for the year, due to the relative underperformance during the March 2015 quarter.



Gold production for South African gold producers is seasonally higher in the second half of the calendar year due to relatively fewer public holidays compared with the first half of the year. Assuming normal operations for the remainder of the year, gold production guidance for the year ending 31 December 2015 is therefore unchanged.



Sibanye will be releasing its financial and operating results for the quarter and six- months ended 30 June 2015 on Thursday, 6 August 2015. Please refer to http://www.sibanyegold.co.za for dial-in and webcast information.
21-May-2015
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Dr Zola Skweyiya has resigned from the Board with effect from 21 May 2015. Dr Skweyiya has been a director since October 2013. Dr Skweyiya has decided to pursue other commitments.
13-May-2015
(Official Notice)
The board is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Jiyu Yuan as a Non-Independent Non-Executive Director to the Sibanye Gold board with effect from 12 May 2015. The appointment of Mr Yuan is pursuant to a written agreement entered into in August 2013 between Sibanye Gold and Gold One International Ltd. (?Gold One?) for the acquisition by Sibanye Gold of Gold One?s West Rand Operations (?the Cooke Operations?).
13-May-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold announces that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majority at the Company's Annual General Meeting held at Sibanye Gold Academy, Glenharvie at 09:00 on Tuesday, 12 May 2015. In accordance with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.



Details of the results of the voting are as follows:

*Total issued share capital: 913,925,046

*Total number of shares present/ represented at the annual general meeting (being 81% of the total votable shares): 741,380,848

*Total number of members present in person: 10





04-May-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye provided an operating update for the March 2015 quarter. Detailed financial and operating results are provided on a six monthly basis i.e. at the end of June and December each year.
29-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye informed shareholders that the Group has been released as guarantor by the noteholders of Gold Fields Ltd.?s (?Gold Fields?) USD1 billion bond issued on 30 September 2010 by a subsidiary of Gold Fields, Gold Fields Orogen Holding (BVI) Ltd. (the ?Bond?). Sibanye remained as a guarantor of the Bond after its unbundling by Gold Fields in February 2013. This restricted Sibanye?s debt capacity, as lenders considered the contingent liability which arose from the guarantee as debt.



During March 2015 Gold Fields approached the Bond noteholders through a consent solicitation process to release Sibanye of its obligations as a guarantor under the Bond. On 22 April 2015 the noteholders approved the various resolutions to release Sibanye as a guarantor. The release became effective on 24 April 2015 when all the conditions to the extraordinary resolution were met.
20-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye reported that the Competition Tribunal has ordered that the Notice of Apparent Breach (the Notice) issued against Sibanye by the Competition Commission on 11 November 2014 be set aside. Sibanye announced on 2 February 2015, that it had successfully completed the Cooke 4 Section 189 consultation process after reaching agreement with employees and organised labour. This ruling, in favour of Sibanye, supports its position that it had complied with its obligations regarding the acquisition of the Cooke assets and the conditions imposed by the Competition Tribunal.
31-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the Company has today posted its 2014 Summarized Report and the Notice of the Annual General Meeting. The AGM will be held at Sibanye Gold Academy, Rietkloof 349, Glenharvie, 1786, South Africa, on 12 May 2015 at 09:00.



In terms of section 59(1) (b) of the Companies Act, 71 of 2008, the record date for the purpose of determining which shareholders are entitled to participate in and vote at the AGM (being the date on which a shareholder must be registered in the Company?s securities register in order to participate in and vote at the AGM) as 8 May 2015. Therefore the last day to trade in order to be registered in the Company?s securities register as at the record date is 30 April 2015.

31-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold is pleased to report that it has completed the Department of Mineral Resources? (DMR) web-based Mining Charter template. After initial calibration and rounding off, all of Sibanye?s operations have achieved top quartile scores for the three years up to and including 2014. Sibanye?s operations therefore fall into the ?Excellent Performance? category as per the DMR?s electronic based scorecard.



With regard to the black economic empowerment (BEE) ownership component, Sibanye is confident that it exceeds the 26% requirement and has received legal opinion which supports its position.
24-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye published its 2014 Integrated Annual Report on its website. The Summarized Report and the Notice of Annual General Meeting are, respectively, planned to be posted to shareholders on 31 March 2015. KPMG have audited the results and their unqualified audit report is open for inspection at the Company?s offices.



An abridged report has not been published as the information previously published in the preliminary results released on 19 February 2015 has not changed. The 2014 Integrated Annual Report (plus supporting online information) and the planned Notice of the Annual General Meeting are available at www.sibanyegold.co.za. Sibanye has also filed its annual report on Form 20-F, for the year ended 31 December 2014 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The document is available on the Company?s website.



Sibanye shareholders, including holders of Sibanye American Depository shares, may also receive hard copies of the Form 20-F, which includes the audited financial statements, free of charge from James Wellsted whose contact details are listed below. The 2014 Integrated Annual Report contains a summary of the Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves and the full Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves supplement will be published on the Company?s website on 25 March 2015.



Planned Notice of Annual General Meeting

Notice is planned to be given on 31 March 2015 of the Annual General Meeting of the Company to be held at Sibanye Gold Academy, Rietkloof 349, Glenharvie, 1786, South Africa on 12 May 2015 at 09:00. The AGM will transact the business as stated in the planned notice of that meeting, a copy of which can be found together with the Integrated Annual Report on the Company?s website. A further SENS announcement will be published on 31 March 2015 confirming the posting of the Summarized Report and the planned Notice of the Annual General Meeting.



In terms of section 59(1) (b) of the Companies Act, 71 of 2008, the record date for the purpose of determining which shareholders are entitled to participate in and vote at the AGM (being the date on which a shareholder must be registered in the Company?s securities register in order to participate in and vote at the AGM) as 8 May 2015. Therefore the last day to trade in order to be registered in the Company?s securities register as at the record date is 30 April 2015.
19-Feb-2015
(C)
Revenue increased to R21.8 billion (R19.3 billion). Operating profit was higher at R7.5 billion(R7.4 billion), while profit attributable to owners of Sibanye Gold was lower at R1.6 billion (R1.7 billion). Headline earnings per share plummeted to 170cps (355cps).



Dividend

The Board approved a final dividend of 62 cents per share (ZAR) for the six months ended 31 December 2014.



Outlook

Gold production for the year ending 31 December 2015 is forecast to be between 50,000kg and 52,000kg (1.61Moz and 1.67Moz). Total cash cost is forecast at between R305,000/kg (USD850/oz) and R315,000/kg (USD875/oz). All-in sustaining cost is forecast to be between R380,000/kg (USD1,055oz) and R395,000/kg (USD1,100/oz), with All-in cost forecast to be between R385,000/kg (USD1,070/oz) and R400,000/kg (USD1,110/oz). Approximately 250,000lbs of by-product uranium production is forecast.
10-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
Westonaria, 10 February 2015: Sibanye is pleased to advise that it has reached formal agreement with all representative unions at Beatrix, resulting in commitment from the unions to ensuring peaceful co-existence and hence a safe working environment. This has allowed management to resume operations at the affected sections from the evening shift on Monday 9 February 2015. Management will now focus on completing its investigations into the cause of the violence in order to ensure that the perpetrators are identified and appropriately dealt with.



The unions have agreed, inter alia, to:

*co-operate fully with the investigation;

*ensure that their members refrain from any acts of violent conduct;

*ensure the peaceful re-integration of affected employees into their places of residence; and

*participate in future initiatives aimed at ensuring the peaceful co-existence of multiple trade unions at Beatrix.



In turn, the Company has agreed, inter alia, to:

*conduct a thorough investigation into the events of 5 and 6 February 2015; and

*institute appropriate disciplinary action against the perpetrators of the violence.



Operations at Beatrix were suspended for two working days in the interest of the safety of its employees. The North and South sections produce approximately 25 kg (804oz) of gold per day, implying lost revenue of approximately R11.5 million per day. Management is confident that this will be recovered during the course of the year.
09-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that profit attributable to shareholders of Sibanye (JSE: SGL - NYSE: SBGL) is expected to be between R1.55 billion and R1.63 billion. These estimates are approximately 8% and 4% lower respectively, than that reported for the year ended 31 December 2013.



Headline earnings, after accounting for, inter alia, a R120 million impairment charge in respect of Sibanye?s investment in Rand Refinery (reported in the interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2014), a R114 million impairment of the Python Plant and a R360 million impairment reversal of Beatrix West Section, are estimated to be between R1.42 billion and R1.50 billion. These estimates are approximately 38% and 35% lower respectively, than headline earnings reported for the year ended 31 December 2013, which included a R591 million impairment at Beatrix West Section.



Like-for-like comparisons between earnings per share ("EPS") and headline earnings per share ("HEPS") for the year ended 31 December 2014 and the comparable period in 2013 are distorted as a result of an estimated 28% increase in the weighted average number of shares year-on-year. This difference is primarily due to the fact that, until its unbundling from Gold Fields Limited in mid-February 2013, Sibanye only had 1 000 shares in issue. The weighted average number of shares in issue in 2013, was 650.6 million, compared with the 735.1 million shares in issue at year end.



For the acquisition of the Cooke assets during May 2014, Sibanye also issued 156.9 million new ordinary shares to Gold One which resulted in the weighted average number of shares in issue for the year ended 31 December 2014 being 835.9 million, with 898.8 million shares in issue at year end.



Mainly as a consequence of the difference in the weighted average number of shares between the periods, EPS and HEPS for the year ended 31 December 2014 are expected to be approximately 30% and 50% lower respectively, than the reported EPS of 260 cents per share and HEPS of 355 cents per share for the year ended 31 December 2013. EPS are estimated to be between 185 and 195 cents per share and HEPs are estimated to be 170 and 180 cents per share respectively.
06-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye reported that on 5 February 2015, a conflict between members of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) at its Beatrix Operation (Beatrix) resulted in injuries to 9 employees. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured in the conflict and injured employees were taken to hospital for treatment.



Sibanye management condemns this regrettable incident, and urges all of its employees and the leadership of AMCU and NUM, to work together in the interests of employee safety and to ensure peaceful co-existence.



In recent months, Sibanye has been verifying applications for membership of AMCU from its Beatrix employees. The process, undertaken under the auspices of the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) confirmed that AMCU met the minimum threshold for minority recognition status at Beatrix.



Sibanye management agreed to a request from AMCU to hold a mass meeting at Beatrix, on the afternoon of 5 February 2015, in order to get a mandate from its members for it to sign the minority recognition agreement. While AMCU members were gathering and preparing to proceed to the mass meeting, a conflict broke out between AMCU and NUM members, which resulted in the above mentioned injuries. Sibanye management and members of the Sibanye Gold Protection Services (SGPS) intervened and separated the rival groups.



Following the mass meeting, AMCU members were unable to return to their place of residence due to the risk of further conflict. Alternative accommodation was offered to the affected employees, but they declined the offer, preferring to gather outside the main gate at Beatrix.



The situation remains tense and management has decided to suspend operations at Beatrix North and South shafts while it attempts to restore calm and peacefully re-integrate the rival groups. Management will be engaging Union leadership for assistance in this regard.
05-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
02-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
27-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders that record production of 14 079kg (452 700oz) was achieved for the quarter ended 31 December 2014. Total cash cost and All-in cost for the quarter will be approximately R285 000/kg (USD790/oz) and R375 000/kg (USD1 040/oz) respectively.



Gold production for the year ended 31 December 2014 was in line with guidance at 49 432kg (1.59Mozs). This is despite the loss of over 500kg due to the underground fire at Driefontein early in the year and the ESKOM load shedding in the latter half of the December quarter. Total cash cost for the year of approximately R295,000/kg (USD850/oz) and All-in cost of approximately R376 000/kg (USD1 080/oz) are also in line with previous guidance. Capital expenditure of R3.3 billion (USD300 million) was marginally lower than guidance. The average exchange rate for 2014 was R10.82/USD.



The Kloof, Driefontein and Beatrix operations produced 45,127kg (1.45Mozs) of gold for the year, which was just over 1% higher than in 2013. The Cooke Operation contributed 4 305kg (138 400oz) during the seven months of incorporation in Sibanye, with the build-up progressing slower than anticipated. This underperformance occurred primarily at Cooke 4 shaft, resulting in the initiation of a Section 189 restructuring process. Uranium production from the Cooke Operation continued uninterrupted from May 2014, resulting in a stockpile of approximately 180 000lbs at year-end. Uranium production costs for the December quarter averaged approximately USD24/lb.



Gold production guidance for the year ending 31 December 2015 is forecast to be between 50 000kg and 52 000kg (1.61Moz and 1.67Moz). Total cash cost is forecast at between R305 000/kg (USD850/oz) and R315 000/kg (USD875/oz). All-in sustaining cost is forecast to be between R380 000/kg (US1 055oz) and R395 000/kg (USD1 100/oz), with All-in cost forecast to be between R385 000/kg (USD1 070/oz) and R400 000/kg (USD1 110/oz). Approximately 250 000lbs of by-product uranium production is forecast.



Capital expenditure is planned to increase by 10% to R3.6 billion (USD320 million), largely due to an increase in expenditure on projects to extend the operating lives of the mines and on growth projects such as Burnstone. Dollar estimates for 2015 are based on an average annual exchange rate of R11.20/USD.
28-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
22-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye wishes to advise shareholders that it will report an operating update for the September 2014 quarter on Tuesday, 28 October 2014, rather than on Thursday, 23 October 2014. The operating update will be released on SENS and on the Company website: www.sibanyegold.co.za at approximately 08:00 (CAT).



Forecast production for the year ending 31 December 2014 remains unchanged at 50,000kg (1.61Moz). Total cash cost is forecast at approximately R295,000/kg (US$850/oz) and All-in cost at R380,000/kg (US$1,095/oz). These estimates for 2014 are based on an average annual exchange rate of R10.80/US$ and include the Cooke Operations from June 2014.
15-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders that it has published a new investor presentation which will be presented at the Denver Gold Forum on its website www.sibanyegold.co.za. The presentations contain additional information which was not previously available.
12-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advises shareholders that a consultation process in terms of section 189A of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 ("LRA") will be entered into with organised labour and other relevant stakeholders, in order to initiate formal consultations aimed at identifying and implementing sustainable solutions to ensure delivery of the required productivity and profitability levels at the Cooke 4 mine.



The Cooke assets were primarily acquired for the significant gold and uranium mineral resources and reserves associated with the surface tailings material. These resources are critical in bringing to account Sibanye?s West Rand Tailings Retreatment Project or ("WRTRP").



The Section 189 process involves a 60 day consultation period with trade unions and affected employees, facilitated by the CCMA. Sibanye entered into a similar process at Beatrix West Section in April 2013 following an underground fire which threatened the viability of the operation. Remedial action and restructuring undertaken following the section 189 consultation process, resulted in a significant improvement in profitability at Beatrix West Section and an extension of its forecast operating life.



The Cooke 1, 2 and 3 mines continue to operate in line with forecasts and will not be directly affected by the Section 189 process at Cooke 4.

31-Jul-2014
(C)
Sibanye's interim results showed an increase in revenue to R9.8 billion (R9.2 billion). Net operating profit amounted to R1.999 billion (R1.977 billion). Net attributable profit came in at R532.7 million (R290 million). In addition, headline earnings per share dropped to 84cps (156cps.)



Dividend

Sibanye declared an interim dividend of 50cps. This dividend is equivalent to 42% of normalised earnings, which is above the 25% to 35% range defined in Sibanye?s dividend policy.



Outlook

For the year ending December 2014, gold production is forecast to increase to approximately 50 000kg (1.61Moz) with the inclusion of seven months? production from the Cooke Operations from the June month. Total cash cost is forecast between R285 000/kg (USD835/oz) and R290 000/kg (USD850/oz) and All-in cost between R365 000/kg (USD1 070/oz) and R370 000/kg (USD1 085/oz) which assumes an average exchange rate of R10.60/USD during the year. Capital expenditure for the year, including the Cooke Operations, is estimated at R3.4 billion (USD320 million).
25-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
17-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majority at the Company's Annual General Meeting held at Libanon Business Park at 09:00 on Tuesday, 17 June 2014. In accordance with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.
06-Jun-2014
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Sibanye is bringing a suite of projects into production after 2014 and the company's executives say that its dividend yield will be unaffected. Sibanye has extended the lives of mines and has an enviable pipeline of projects. The company aims to maintain projects at or above 1.4 million ounces per annum at least until 2028.
04-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
04-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders, in compliance with paragraph 3.4(b) of the JSE Listing Requirements, that headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the six months ending 30 June 2014 will be at least 20% lower than during the comparative period in 2013. This is as a result of an increase in the weighted average number of shares in issue, from 556 412 788 for the six- months ended 30 June 2013 to an estimated 771 294 404 for the six- months ending 30 June 2014. A further, more detailed announcement will be released once a more definitive range can be given.



The weighted average number of shares in issue for the six-months ended 30 June 2013 was lower as a consequence of only 1 000 shares in issue at the unbundling of Sibanye by Gold Fields. On the Sibanye listing date on 11 February 2013, Sibanye's issued shares increased to 731 648 614.



On 16 May 2014, 156,894,754 new Sibanye ordinary shares were issued to Gold One International Ltd. (Gold One), following the conclusion of the acquisition of the Cooke underground and surface operations.



Production forecast

The Cooke Operation will be consolidated into Sibanye from June 2014. Previous Sibanye production guidance provided on 24 April 2014 excluded any production from these assets.



The revised gold production forecast for the six months ending 30 June 2014, including one month of gold production (approximately 650kg (21 000oz)) from the Cooke Operation, is 22 150kg (690 000oz). The six months ending 30 June 2014 total cash cost forecast is R290 000/kg (USD850/oz - at an average exchange rate of R10.60/USD for the period) and All-in cost R365 000/kg (USD1 070/oz).



Gold production for the 2014 financial and calendar year ending 31 December 2014 is forecasted to increase to 49 000kg (1.58Moz), which includes approximately 4 900kg (158 000oz) of gold production from the Cooke Operation. Total cash cost including the Cooke Operation is forecast to increase from R270 000/kg (USD800/oz) to R285 000/kg (USD845/oz - at an average exchange rate of R10.50/USD for the year) and All-in cost from R360 000/kg (USD1 070/oz) to R365 000/kg (USD1 080/oz).
29-May-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye is pleased to report that it has produced and shipped its first consignment of uranium, in the form of 10 tonnes of ammonium diuranate ("ADU") to the Nuclear Fuels Corporation of South Africa (Pty) Ltd. ("NUFCOR"), where its precipitated ADU is calcined to form Uranium oxide or Uranium Ore Concentrates.



Uranium oxide production from Sibanye's Ezulwini plant is forecast to build up to approximately 600 000 pounds per annum, by the end of 2016. Current ore reserve development at the Cooke 3 and 4 mines is expected to increase available face, thereby facilitating increased throughput from the uranium by-product areas.



Demand for uranium has been negatively impacted by torpid global economic growth since 2008, and the Fukushima disaster at the end of 2011, which has significantly depressed spot prices. The longer term outlook for uranium demand remains positive however, with demand forecast to outstrip supply significantly from 2017. This increase in demand is primarily expected to be driven by demand from planned nuclear power growth in China and reactor restarts in Japan. Reduced supply from the highly enriched uranium ("HEU") programme as a result of the conclusion of the US-Russia HEU deal in 2013, is also expected to support the price in the long term. Uranium is primarily sold into longer term contracts with power utilities and longer term contract prices remain significantly higher than spot prices.



The Ezulwini plant, which was built by First Uranium Corporation for approximately R1.2 billion, consists of a gold and uranium plant with a combined milling and gold leaching capacity of 200 000 tonnes per month and a modularised uranium facility with a nameplate capacity of 100 000 tonnes per month comprising two 50 000 tonne per month modules.



The Ezulwini plant is potentially key component of Sibanye's surface tailings retreatment strategy: the plant provides the opportunity to advance the extraction of value from the 795 million tons of surface tailings owned by Sibanye on the West Rand, containing 7.1 million ounces of gold and 115 million pounds of uranium and enable a more efficient, phased allocation of capital.
19-May-2014
(Official Notice)
At a Board meeting held on Friday, 16 May 2014, the Board resolved to establish, with immediate effect, a Risk Committee as a Board sub-Committee. The following directors of the board have been appointed to the Risk Committee:

* Mr RP Menell (Chairman) - Independent non-executive

* Mr CD Chadwick - Non-executive

* Mr RTL Chan - Non-executive

* Mr TJ Cumming - Independent non-executive

* Mr KA Rayner - Independent non-executive

* Dr ZST Skweyiya - Independent non-executive.
08-May-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that all conditions precedent to the acquisition of Gold One's 74% shareholding in, and the Gold One Group claims against, Newshelf 1114 (Pty) Ltd. ("Newshelf") (the "Proposed Transaction") have been fulfilled. The Proposed Transaction was accordingly declared unconditional today and is expected to be implemented on or about 20 May 2014 ("the Delivery Date").



Newshelf holds a 100% shareholding in Rand Uranium (Pty) Ltd. and Ezulwini Mining Company (Pty) Ltd., the activities of which companies include the Cooke underground and surface operations. Sibanye Gold assumed interim management control of the Cooke Operations from 1 March 2014.



On the Delivery Date, Sibanye Gold will issue 156 894 754 new Sibanye Gold ordinary shares, which represents 17% of Sibanye's issued share capital, on a fully diluted basis as consideration to Gold One. In terms of the Proposed Transaction the board of directors of Sibanye Gold ("the board") welcomes the appointment of the following members to the board with effect from the Delivery Date:

*Robert T.L Chan

*Christopher Chadwick
30-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announces that it has filed its annual report on Form 20-F, for the year ended 31 December 2013 with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The document is available at www.sibanyegold.co.za.



Sibanye shareholders, including holders of Sibanye American Depository shares, may also receive hard copies of the Form 20-F, which includes the audited financial statements, free of charge from James Wellsted whose contact details are listed below.
25-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye published its 2013 Integrated Annual Report on its website. The Summarised Report and Notice of Annual General Meeting will be posted to shareholders on 12 May 2014.



KPMG have audited the results and their unqualified audit report is open for inspection at the company's offices.



An abridged report has not been published as the information previously published in the provisional results released on 28 March 2014 has not changed.



The 2013 Integrated Annual Report (plus supporting online information)and the Notice of the Annual General Meeting are available at www.sibanyegold.co.za



Sibanye has also published on its website the Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves as supplement to the 2013 Integrated Report.



Notice of Annual General Meeting

Notice is given of the Annual General Meeting of the company to be held at Libanon Business Park, 1 Hospital Street (off Cedar Avenue), Libanon, Westonaria, 1780, South Africa on 17 June 2014 at 09:00. The AGM will transact the business as stated in the notice of that meeting, a copy of which can be found with the Integrated Annual Report on the company's website at www.sibanyegold.co.za



In terms of section 59(1) (b) of the Companies Act, 71 of 2008, the record date for the purpose of determining which shareholders are entitled to participate in and vote at the AGM (being the date on which a shareholder must be registered in the company's securities register in order to participate in and vote at the AGM) as 11 June 2014. Therefore the last day to trade in order to be registered in the company's securities register as at the record date is 4 June 2014.
24-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
17-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that earnings per share (EPS) for the six months ending 30 June 2014 are likely to be at least 20% higher than for the comparative period in 2013. A further, more detailed announcement will be released once a more definitive range can be given.



The primary reason for the difference in EPS is due to the non- recurring items of R821 million (R591 million after tax) impairment charge relating to the Beatrix West section and restructuring cost of R343 million accounted for during the period ended 30 June 2013. Sibanye does not foresee any impairment during 2014 and restructuring costs for the six months ended 30 June 2014 should be lower.



Sibanye will release an Operating update for the quarter ended 31 March 2014 at 08:00 (CAT) on Thursday, 24 April 2014 on SENS and on the company website www.sibanyegold.co.za.
31-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
Following the publication of the terms and financial effects of the transaction caution is no longer required to be exercised by shareholders when dealing in their securities in the company.
31-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
28-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
11-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the Firm Intention announcement by Sibanye to make a cash offer to acquire the entire issued ordinary share capital of Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Resources Ltd. ("Wits Gold") for a consideration of ZAR 11.55 per Wits Gold share ("Proposed Transaction"), incorporating the Company's cautionary announcement, which was jointly released by the Company and Wits Gold on SENS on 11 December 2013 and the renewal of cautionary released by the Company on 28 January 2014.



As the pro forma financial effects of the Proposed Transaction have not yet been finalised, shareholders are advised to continue to exercise caution when dealing in the Company's securities until a further announcement is made.
06-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advises shareholders that Eskom has requested it, along with other large industrial consumers of electricity, to reduce power consumption by 10%. This follows an initial request to reduce consumption by 20%, due to a significant loss of generation capacity from Eskom's coal fired power stations.



Sibanye has, in cooperation with Eskom, previously developed contingency plans to accommodate requests of this nature. The company is implementing the agreed measures to reduce its power usage as requested and does not expect to incur any production losses, unless the situation escalates.



Sibanye will continue to assist in the national effort to secure the electrical grid, while managing the supply constraints to its business.
20-Feb-2014
(C)
17-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised stakeholders that at 31 December 2013, its economically extractable gold Mineral Reserves have increased by 46% to 19.73Moz (net of 1.48Moz depleted from mining in 2013). This increase in Mineral Reserves will significantly enhance and extend Sibanye's Life of Mine (LOM) production profile. All of the declared Mineral Reserves are above current infrastructure. The Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves, have been revised taking into account, inter alia, lower operating costs, improved efficiencies and improved mining quality factors at its operations. This follows significant restructuring and the implementation of a new operating model.



Highlights include:

* Capex maintained at approximately R3-R3.5 billion per annum.

* Successful results from the economic and technical assessment of previously unmined areas.

* A maiden gold and uranium Mineral Resource declared at Beisa Reef Section at the Beatrix West Section.

* Positive results from the pre-feasibility study on the West Rand Tailings Retreatment Project and the Driefontein 1 Shaft Pillar extraction project.
10-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Further to the Production Update and Trading statement released on 30 January 2014, Sibanye Gold (JSE: SGL, NYSE: SGBL) will be releasing its Operating and Financial Results for the six-months and year-ended 31 December 2013, on SENS and the company's website - www.sibanyegold.co.za at 08:00 am (SA time) on Thursday 20 February 2014.



The Company will also be hosting a presentation, which will simultaneously be webcast that morning, and a conference call in the afternoon, both of which will be available for playback on the company website.



Live presentation, webcast and conference call:

*Time: 10:00 (CAT)

*Venue: Hilton Sandton, 138 Rivonia Rd, Sandton 2196



Afternoon conference call:

*Time: 16:00 (CAT), 09:00 (EST)



Dial in numbers:

*South Africa 011 305 2030

*United Kingdom 0808 162 4061

*Other countries +27 11 305 2030



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03-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Further to the production update and trading statement released on 30 January 2014, Sibanye advised shareholders that gold production in the normal course of business from its Kloof, Driefontein and Beatrix Operations for the year ending December 2014, is expected to be approximately 44 000kg (1.4Moz). Total cash cost is expected to be approximately R270 000/kg (USD800/oz) and All-in cost, R360 000/kg (USD1 070/oz), assuming an average exchange rate of R10.50 to the US Dollar during the year. Capital Expenditure for the year has been planned at approximately R3.1 billion (USD295 million).



Gold production from the Kloof Operation is expected to be approximately 15 500kg (500 000oz) at total cash cost of R255 000/kg (USD755/oz) and All-in cost of R355 000/kg (USD1 050/oz). The Driefontein Operation is expected to produce approximately 18 300kg (590 000oz) at total cash cost of R260 000/kg (USD770/oz) and All-in cost of R335 000/kg (USD990/oz) and the Beatrix Operation is expected to produce approximately 10 200kg (330 000oz) at total cash cost of R320 000/kg (USD950/oz) and All-in cost of R390 000/kg (USD1 155/oz).



The guidance provided above does not include the Cooke Operations and Wits Gold, which subject to regulatory and other approvals, are expected to be acquired during the March 2014 quarter.
31-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that the Group will report approximately 12 000kg (386koz) of gold production for the December 2013 quarter, which is 2% higher than guidance given on 31 October 2013 Average All-in costs for the quarter are expected to be approximately R334 000/kg (USD1 050/oz), approximately 6% lower than guidance in Rand terms and 9% lower in US Dollar terms.



Gold production for the year ended 31 December 2013 will be approximately 44 500kg (1.43Moz), with average All-in cost of approximately R355 000/kg (USD1 150/oz). This is significantly better than guidance provided in May 2013 of 40 000kg (1.29Moz) for the year, and average All-in cost higher than R380 000/kg.



Sibanye is currently finalising its Operating and Financial Results for the six months and year ended 31 December 2013, which will be released on SENS at 08:00 (CAT) on Thursday, 20 February 2013 and on the Company website www.sibanyegold.co.za.



Earnings per share ("EPS") and headline earnings per share ("HEPS") for the six months ending 31 December 2013 are expected to be between 187 cents per share and 197 cents per share, based on an estimated 734.4 million weighted average ordinary shares in issue during the six months ended 31 December 2013. EPS for the year ended 31 December 2013 is expected to be between 255 cents per share and 265 cents per share, and HEPS between 350 cents per share and 360 cents per share, based on 650.6 million weighted average ordinary shares in issue during the year ended 31 December 2013.



The increase in EPS and HEPS for the six months ended 31 December 2013 relative to the trading statement released on 23 October 2013, is attributable to the higher production and lower costs achieved, a marginally higher realised Rand gold price and an adjustment to the deferred tax rate.
30-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised stakeholders that the South African Labour Court has ruled that a strike called at its Driefontein Operation, by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) on Monday 20 January 2014, would be unprotected and instructed employees to continue to report for work. AMCU is required by the Court to show, by 14 March 2014, why a final, permanent order should not be granted.



Attendance has been normal at all of Sibanye's operations.
28-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the firm intention announcement by Sibanye to make a cash offer to acquire the entire issued ordinary share capital of Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Resources Ltd. ("Wits Gold") for a consideration of ZAR 11.55 per Wits Gold share ("Proposed Transaction"), incorporating the company's cautionary announcement, which was jointly released by the company and Wits Gold on SENS on 11 December 2013.



As the pro forma financial effects of the proposed transaction have not yet been finalised, shareholders are advised to continue to exercise caution when dealing in the company's securities until a further announcement is made.
23-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised stakeholders that the Labour Court has postponed for 10 days, judgment on the interdict application brought by the Chamber of Mines and some of its members, including Sibanye, against the strike notice issued by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) on Monday 20 January 2014. Furthermore, the Labour Court has prohibited AMCU from engaging in or promoting a strike, pending judgment on 30 January 2014. Attendance at all Sibanye's operations was normal this morning.



It is unfortunate however that there were two operational incidents at the Driefontein Operations on 22 January 2014. In the first incident, employees at Driefontein's Hlanganani (number 5) shaft were apprehended sabotaging a rail line, which resulted in tramming equipment being derailed. In a separate incident, a fire broke out at one of the more marginal, low grade shafts, necessitating the withdrawal of operating crews from the area. Should sabotage be proven, appropriate disciplinary action will be taken and if the perpetrators are found to be members of a union or association, Sibanye will not hesitate to claim for damages and losses from that union or association, as these are illegal strike activities.
20-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised stakeholders that the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), has given notice that it will call on its members at Sibanye's Driefontein Operations to strike, starting with the morning shift on Thursday,23 January 2014. Certain mines operated by other South African gold producers have also been issued with strike notices by AMCU.



The AMCU strike notification relates to the 2013 wage negotiations, which were concluded on 10 September 2013, when a two-year wage agreement was reached with three of the four unions (NUM, UASA and Solidarity), representing 72% of unionised gold industry employees at the time. AMCU, which represented 17% of employees at that time, participated in the central level negotiations, but refused to accept the agreement.



Consistent with over 10 years of accepted practice in previous wage negotiations, the September 2013 agreement was extended by the Chamber of Mines and made applicable to all employees who form part of the industry bargaining unit, irrespective of their trade union affiliation. All AMCU members have been recipients of and benefited from the annual increase and other benefits agreed upon in September 2013 and backdated to 1 July 2013.



The strike certificate issued to AMCU by the Council for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration, was granted in September 2013, prior to the agreement being made applicable to all employees in the bargaining unit.



The Chamber of Mines, on behalf of the gold producers covered in the wage agreement will immediately be seeking a court interdict to prevent AMCU members from embarking upon strike action. The Chamber of Mines will also request that the court recover the cost of the application from AMCU and that the union be held responsible for any and all damages suffered as a result of strike action.
13-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders that it has refinanced its existing Bridge Loan Facility with a syndicate of seven banks(the "New Facility"). The terms and conditions of the New Facility, which was 1.33 times oversubscribed, are more favourable and less restrictive than the previous Bridge Loan Facility. The new R4.5 billion facility comprises a R2.5 billion revolving credit facility ("RCF") and a R2 billion term loan facility ("Term Loan") both of which mature in three years. The term loan will amortise semi-annually in equal six-monthly instalments of R250 million, with the R750 million balance due for settlement on final maturity.



The New Facility will be used to redeem the Bridge Loan Facility and may be applied to ongoing capital expenditure, working capital and general corporate expenditure requirements, where required. Interest rates on the new Term Loan and RCF are 275 basis points and 285 basis points respectively, over the Johannesburg Interbank Agreed Rate (JIBAR).



Other restrictions, such as those on dividend payments, which applied under the Bridge Loan Facility Agreement have been removed and Sibanye will maintain its policy of returning 25% to 35% of normalised earnings to shareholders as dividends. Sibanye also reported that it has repaid another 500 million of debt, thereby reducing its gross debt to R2 billion and net debt to approximately R300 million. The Company's gross debt position has reduced by R2.2 billion since the beginning of the 2013 financial year.
11-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
The Proposed Transaction is a category 2 transaction for Sibanye Gold under the Listings Requirements of the JSE. Accordingly Sibanye Gold is required to disclose the pro forma financial effects of the Proposed Transaction. Sibanye Gold shareholders are advised to exercise caution when dealing in Sibanye Gold's securities until a further announcement setting out the pro forma financial effects is made.
11-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
08-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold inform shareholders that it has entered into an agreement with Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited (Harmony) for the exchange and sale of certain mining right portions of its Beatrix Operations in the Southern Free State for certain mining right portions of Harmony?s Joel Operation (the Transaction).



In terms of the transaction, Sibanye Gold will exchange two mining right portions at its Beatrix Operation, which are not included in its current Life of Mine (LOM) profile, for two mining right portions at Harmony?s Joel Operation, which will be more readily accessible from the Beatrix North and South Sections. The Company will also sell a further two mining right portions at its Beatrix Operation to Harmony for a royalty of 3% of net revenue derived from underground mining from these portions.



The transaction will create value for both companies by allowing the early and optimal extraction of resources currently not in their respective LOM plans. By utilising available capacity at existing and adjacent infrastructure, the cost of extracting these resources will be lower and the operating lives of the shafts will be extended, facilitating job creation in the region.
05-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye shareholders are advised that all the resolutions detailed in the notice of general meeting included in the circular posted to shareholders on 7 October 2013, were approved by over 98% of the Company's Shareholders present or represented at the general meeting of Shareholders held on 5 November 2013.



The acquisition by Sibanye of the 74% shareholding in, and the Gold One International Ltd. ("Gold One") Group claims against, Newshelf 1114 (Pty) Ltd. ("Newshelf"), the holding company of the Cooke Operations, from Gold One ("the Proposed Transaction"), is still subject to the fulfilment of the following conditions precedent:

*The approval, where so required, by any third party financier or holder of security interest in, respectively, Gold One and/or Sibanye;

*All necessary approvals having been obtained from the relevant authorities including, but not limited to:

o The Minister of Mineral Resources of South Africa;

o The South African Reserve Bank, to the extent required;

o The competition authorities, as provided for in the Competition Act, 1998;

*A material adverse change in Sibanye and Newshelf not having occurred, unless it has been remedied by closing.



Sibanye shareholders will be notified once the outstanding conditions precedent have been fulfilled.
31-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye provided the Group's strategic and operating update for the nine months and quarter ended 30 September 2013. Full financial and operating results are provided on a six monthly basis.



September 2013 quarter salient features

*Operating profit increased by 10% quarter-on-quarter to R1 995 million (USD201 million).

*Cash of R811 million (USD80 million) generated during the quarter, before loan repayments.

*Loans repaid of R750 million (USD75 million).

*Gold production increased by 9% quarter-on-quarter to 12 061kg (387 800oz).

*All-in cost reduced by 4% quarter-on-quarter to R339 847/kg (USD1 059/oz).

*Two year wage agreement reached with organised labour - limited production disruption.

*Excellent safety performance with all indices showing positive trends.

*Agreement to acquire Cooke underground and surface assets from Gold One announced on 21 August 2013.

*Maiden dividend of 37 cents (ZAR) per share declared on 12 September 2013.
23-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Further to the operating and financial report released on Tuesday, 13 August 2013, shareholders are advised that a reasonable degree of certainty exists, in the ordinary course of business, that earnings per share ("EPS") and headline earnings per share ("HEPS") for the six months ending 31 December 2013 are expected to be at least 120 cents per share, based on 734.3 million ordinary shares, being the estimated weighted average number of ordinary shares in issue during the six months ending 31 December 2013. The trading statement is based on a gold price of R410 000/kg from 31 October 2013 until 31 December 2013. A further announcement will be released once a more definitive range can be given.



Sibanye will release an operating update for the quarter and nine months ended 30 September 2013 at 08:00 on Thursday, 31 October 2013 on SENS and on the Company website www.sibanyegold.co.za.



Management will also host conference calls at 10:00 CAT and 15:00 CAT, details below:

Dial in numbers 10:00 (CAT), 09:00 (GMT)

*South Africa -- 0 800 200 648

*United Kingdom -- 0 808 162 4061

*Other countries -- +27 11 535 3600

*Other countries (alt) -- +27 10 201 6800



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*South Africa -- 0 800 200 648

*United Kingdom -- 0 808 162 4061

*Other countries -- +27 11 535 3600

*Other countries (alt) -- +27 10 201 6800

*USA -- 1 866 652 5200

*USA -- 1 412 317 6060



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07-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the announcement on 21 August 2013, that Sibanye had entered into an agreement with Gold One International Ltd. ("Gold One"), to acquire Gold One's West Rand Operations (the "Cooke Operations"), in exchange for such number of new Sibanye Gold shares as represents 17% of Sibanye Gold's issued share capital on a fully diluted basis ("the Consideration Shares"), on the closing date of the transaction (the "Proposed Transaction").



The resolution required for the allotment and issue of the Consideration Shares is set out in the Notice of General Meeting (the "Notice") as Ordinary Resolution Number 1. It requires the approval of a majority of the Sibanye Gold shareholders to be passed. Sibanye Gold wishes to advise that the circular containing the Notice (the "Circular") was posted to all shareholders today and is available on the website (www.sibanyegold.co.za).



Notice of the general meeting

Notice is hereby given for the General Meeting, as set out in the Circular, to be held at Libanon Business Park, 1 Hospital Street (off Cedar Avenue), Libanon, Westonaria, 1780, South Africa, on Tuesday, 5 November 2013 at 09h00 to deal with such business as stated in the Notice.



Salient dates and times

*Circular posted to Shareholders -- Monday, 7 October 2013

*Last day to trade in order to be eligible to attend and vote at the General Meeting -- Thursday, 24 October 2013

*Record date for attending voting at the General Meeting -- Thursday, 31 October 2013

*Last day to lodge forms of proxy in respect of the General Meeting by 09:00 -- Friday, 1 November 2013

*General Meeting of Shareholders to be held at 09:00 -- Tuesday, 5 November 2013
02-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
The board announced the appointment of Mr Chris Chadwick and Mr Robert Chan as non-executive directors and Dr Zola Skweyiya as an independent non-executive director to the Sibanye.
23-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold Ltd advise shareholders that it has published new investor presentations which it will be presenting at the Denver Gold Show on its website www.sibanyegold.co.za.



The presentations contain additional information on the proposed acquisition of the Cooke Operations, which was not previously available. This includes, inter alia, further detail on production and costs and a reconciliation of the Cooke Operations' Financial results for the quarter ended 30 June 2013, which excludes the gold hedge.
12-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Further to the interim results announcement on 14 August 2013, in which Sibanye advised that it may consider declaring a dividend once wage negotiations had been concluded subject to compliance with certain debt covenants and the solvency and liquidity test required by the Companies Act ("the conditions"), the board is satisfied that the conditions have been fulfilled and has approved and declared interim dividend number 1 of 37 SA cents per ordinary share (gross) in respect of the six months ended 30 June 2013.



The interim dividend will be subject to the new Dividends Withholding Tax that was introduced with effect from 1 April 2012. In accordance with paragraphs 11.17 (a) (i) and 11.17 (c) of the JSE Listings Requirements the following additional information is disclosed:

*The dividend has been declared out of income reserves;

*The local Dividends Withholding Tax rate is 15% (fifteen per centum);

*The gross local dividend amount is 37 SA cents per ordinary share for shareholders exempt from the Dividends Tax;

*The company has no STC credits available and the Dividend Withholding Tax of 15% will be applicable to this dividend;

*The net local dividend amount is 31.4500 SA cents (85% of 37 SA cents) per ordinary share for shareholders liable to pay the Dividends Withholding Tax;

*Sibanye currently has 734 879 031 ordinary shares in issue;

*Sibanye's income tax reference number is 9431 292 151;and

*Sibanye's Auditors are KPMG Inc. and the individual auditor is Mr Jacques Erasmus.



Shareholders were advised of the following dates in respect of the interim dividend:

*Interim dividend number 1: 37 SA cents per share

*Last date to trade cum dividend: Friday, 27 September 2013

*Sterling and US dollar conversion date: Monday, 30 September 2013

*Shares commence trading ex-dividend: Monday, 30 September 2013

*Record date: Friday, 4 October 2013

*Payment of dividend: Monday, 7 October 2013



Please note that share certificates may not be dematerialised or rematerialised between Monday, 30 September 2013, and Friday, 4 October 2013, both dates inclusive.
11-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold advises stakeholders that it has concluded a two year wage agreement with the National Union of Mineworkers (the NUM) Solidarity and the United Association of South Africa (UASA) (collectively the Unions). The agreement, which applies to all employees, officially brings the strike, which began on the night shift on Tuesday 3 September 2013, to an end. Normal operations at Kloof resumed on the night shift on Thursday 5 September and at Beatrix on the night shift on Friday 6 September 2013.



The details are as follows:

*Category 4 and 5 employees, including Rock Drill Operators will receive an 8% increase in basic wage effective from 1 July 2013, with a further CPI plus 1% or minimum of 7% increase, effective 1 July 2014;

*Category 6 to 8 employees, Miners and Artisans and Officials will receive a 7.5% increase in basic wage, effective from 1 July 2013, with a further CPI plus 0.5% or minimum of 6.5% increase, effective 1 July 2014;

*The current living out allowance will increase from R1,640 per month to R2,000 per month in equal R180 per month increments on 1 July 2013 and 1 July 2014.



In addition, the parties also agreed to:

*Appoint an expert to investigate and report on job organisation and design in the industry;

*Continue initiatives from the Sindisa Project, mainly involving enhancing working patterns and shift arrangements at company or mine level;

*Work together to develop solutions to garnishee orders and other aspects of employees personal financial management, which have impacted the industry and its employees.

06-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised stakeholders that its Beatrix North and South Sections will resume production starting with the night shift on Friday 6 September 2013. Beatrix West Section continued to operate normally throughout the strike.
06-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold advises stakeholders that its Kloof Operations have resumed production starting with the night shift on Thursday 5 September 2013. Together with the Driefontein Operations, which have continued to operate normally through the strike, Sibanye Gold is now operating at over 80% of its planned capacity. Engagement with NUM continues to be positive and the NUM will be meeting its members at the Beatrix Operations this morning. The market will be kept informed of further progress.

02-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised stakeholders that the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has given notice that it will commence with an industry wide strike, starting with the night shift on Tuesday, 3 September 2013. The planned industrial action follows a dispute declared by NUM on 27 August 2013, after the parties to the gold sector wage negotiations were unable to reach agreement.



The company has, since February 2013, prepared contingency plans which should limit potential losses during strike related production disruptions and has ensured that it has sufficient financial flexibility to endure an extended strike. While the impact of the industrial action cannot be predicted as yet, stakeholders will continue to be kept informed of further developments.
23-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement on 21 August 2013, regarding the proposed acquisition of Gold One International Ltd.'s ("Gold One") West Rand Operations ("the Cooke Operations"), Sibanye advised shareholders that it has published the Cooke Operations Competent Persons Reports ("CPR") on its website www.sibanyegold.co.za. The CPRs, which contain important detail on the Cooke Operations and formed the basis of the valuation of the Cooke Operations for the proposed transaction, have been prepared by SRK (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd., an independent mining consultancy.
21-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
15-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised shareholders that a consultation process in terms of section 189A of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 ("LRA") will be entered into with organised labour and other relevant stakeholders regarding a planned alignment of its corporate and support services to meet the service requirements of its underground and metallurgical production units.



Sibanye has undertaken a thorough review of its entire business with a focus on extending the productive lives of its operations and ensuring sustainability. As this could result in jobs being affected, Sibanye will consult with organised labour and other affected parties in order to explore its options.
13-Aug-2013
(C)
Sibanye's maiden interim results as a listed entity showed revenue of R9.2 billion. Net operating profit amounted to R1.9 billion. Net attributable profit came in at R290 million. In addition, headline earnings per share was 156cps.



Outlook

Sibanye is well prepared for the possibility of extended strikes and has made plans to limit losses should production disruptions occur. Management is aware of the critical need to control costs in order to stabilize production and extend the lives of the operations and will not be coerced into unsustainable outcomes.



The benefits from the business review and restructuring are expected to result in greater operational effectiveness and lower costs in the six months ending 31 December 2013. While the likelihood of costly operational disruptions remains high given the uncertainty around the wage negotiation period, under normal circumstances, group production is forecast to increase by 8% to approximately 22 000kg (700 000oz), and NCE is forecast to be approximately R360 000/kg. All-in cost for the six months ending 31 December 2013 is forecast at R375 000/kg mainly due to an increase in capital expenditure.



For the year ending December 2013, gold production is estimated at 42 000kg (1.35 million oz). Total cash cost is estimated at R290 000/kg and NCE at R360 000/kg which is around a 5% improvement compared with the guidance provided in the Trading statement published on 8 May 2013. The all-in cost for the year is estimated at R375 000/kg.



Management remains bullish on the future and sustainability of Sibanye. There is no doubt that the company is made up of world-class assets both in terms of the people and the ore-body.
30-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye will release its Operating and Financial results for the six months ended 30 June 2013, at 08:00 (CAT) on Tuesday, 13 August 2013, on the company's website: www.sibanyegold.co.za. The company will also present its results, at 10:00 (CAT), at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange ("JSE") Auditorium. A live webcast of the presentation can be accessed from the company's website.
22-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Further to the trading statement released on 8 May 2013, Sibanye reported that there is a reasonable degree of certainty that headline earnings per share ("HEPS") for the six-month period ended 30 June 2013 ("the Period") will be between 110 cents per share and 130 cents per share.



As a result of the Section 189 process at Beatrix West Section and in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS"), Sibanye has reviewed the carrying value of the Beatrix West Section mining assets. The company has impaired the mining assets of Beatrix West Section by approximately R591 million (post tax), which together with other non-recurring restructuring costs, has contributed to earnings per share ("EPS") for the Period of between 35 cents per share and 45 cents per share.



The earnings ranges above are based on 733 603 546 shares in issue at 30 June 2013.



Based on the lower weighted average number of shares in issue during the Period of 566 412 788 shares, HEPS will be between 140 cents per share and 170 cents per share and EPS will be between 40 cents per share and 60 cents per share.



Sibanye will release operating and financial results for six-month period ended 30 June 2013 on Tuesday, 13 August 2013.
12-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye reported that it has recognised the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) as the majority labour union at its Driefontein Operations (Driefontein).



The agreement reached with AMCU at Driefontein is consistent with the prior agreement held with the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), which was previously the majority, recognised union and similar recognition agreements at its other operations.



Sibanye upholds the Right of Freedom of Association and looks forward to the same constructive relationship with AMCU at Driefontein as it continues to have with NUM, Solidarity and the United Association of South Africa (UASA).
11-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that it had amended the terms and constraints of its Bridge Loan with its lenders. The previous Bridge Loan Facilities Agreement, concluded in November 2012, constrained Sibanye from paying an interim dividend in the financial year ending December 2013 and limited a final dividend to 25% of normalised earnings, provided Sibanye's gross debt was not more than R4.0 billion after paying a dividend.



In terms of the new amendments made to the Bridge Loan Facilities Agreement, the Sibanye board of directors may now consider an interim dividend and a larger final dividend in respect of the financial year ending 31 December 2013, subject to the restrictions detailed below:

* an interim dividend of up to 25% of normalised earnings in respect of its financial half year ended on 30 June 2013, provided that Sibanye's net debt does not exceed R4.0 billion after such dividend payment and the wage negotiations with organised labour have been concluded; and

* a final dividend of up to 35% of normalised earnings (less any interim dividend paid) for the financial year ending on 31 December 2013, provided that Sibanye's gross debt does not exceed R3.5 billion after the dividend payment. Alternatively a limited final dividend of 25% of normalised earnings (less any interim dividend paid), may be declared, provided that gross debt does not exceed R4 billion after the dividend payment.



The Bridge Loan structure will still reduce to R5.0 billion on the earliest of; the date on which Sibanye's board of directors declare a final dividend in respect of the financial year ending 31 December 2013, or on 18 February 2014, but the structure of the Facility has now been amended to a R3.0 billion revolving credit facility and a R3.0 billion term loan facility as opposed to the R2.0 billion revolving credit facility and a R4.0 billion term loan facility before the amendment. Sibanye is currently engaging with its lenders to extend the term of its debt and will update the market as soon as agreement has been reached.
20-Jun-2013
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Sibanye will cut R305 million of annual costs in addition to plans laid out before its spin-off from Gold Fields Ltd. in February. Sibanye will obtain the savings from job cuts, reducing overtime and lowering power usage. The savings are on top of the R499 million worth of cost reductions already in place for 2013.
19-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye will be attending the Annual Deutsche Bank South Africa Conference on 19 and 20 June 2013. The Company has produced a new corporate presentation for the Deutsche Bank Conference, which contains information which may not have previously been available to the market. In the interests of transparency and fair disclosure, Sibanye has published the presentation on its website: www.sibanyegold.co.za.
29-May-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye reported that agreement has been reached with employees and organised labour on the future of its Beatrix West Section, following the consultation process which began on 2 April 2013.



The Section 189 process is specifically focused on finding alternatives to closure and to extending employment to those effected for as long as possible. Although alternatives to the eventual termination of operations have not been found, as a result of a concerted production effort by the Beatrix West team, job losses have largely been limited to development employees, thereby providing continuing employment to stopping employees for longer. This arrangement will remain in force as long as the Beatrix West Section operates profitably and has stope face to mine.



In this regard, on the 28 May 2013 Sibanye concluded an agreement with organised labour and non-unionised employees to implement a number of measures aimed at temporarily returning the Beatrix West section to profitability. Management has agreed to keep this section open for as long as it remains profitable.



These avoidance measures include, inter alia:

*stopping development at Beatrix West Section, which will affect approximately 330 employees; and

*approximately 780 over-complement positions being reduced at the Beatrix Operations as a whole.



The company will however, continue to try and limit job losses and will attempt to accommodate these employees elsewhere in the organisation, where possible.



If, as a result of the section 189 process, retrenchments become necessary at any point, such retrenchments will apply in respect of Beatrix West Section only, so as to minimise disruption, job loss and further financial losses on the other sections of the Beatrix operations.



The process will not invalidate or suspend the existing Section 189 consultation process and will be an extension of the time periods originally set out in the Section 189 letter issued on 2 April 2013.
23-May-2013
(Official Notice)
In terms of section 45(5) of the Companies Act, written notice is to be provided to shareholders containing details of a resolution passed by the board authorizing the provision of direct or indirect financial assistance to a director or prescribed officer or a related or inter-related company.



The resolution passed by the board of directors of Sibanye on 15 May 2013 is as follows:



Resolved that, to the extent required by the Companies Act, the board of directors of the company may, subject to compliance with the requirements of the company's Memorandum of Incorporation, the Companies Act, and the Listings Requirements of the JSE, each as presently constituted and as amended from time to time, authorize the company to provide direct or indirect financial assistance by way of loan, guarantee, the provision of security or otherwise, to any of its present or future subsidiaries and/or any other company or corporation that is or becomes related or inter-related to the company, for any purpose or in connection with any matter, including, but not limited to, the subscription of any option, or any securities issued or to be issued by the company or a related or interrelated company, or for the purchase of any securities of the company or a related or inter-related company limited to the maximum of R6 billion, but as determined by the Chief Financial Officer of the company from time to time regarding actual payments.
13-May-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majority at the company's annual general meeting held at Libanon Business Park at 09:00 on Monday, 13 May 2013. In accordance with recommended practice, a poll was conducted on each resolution at the meeting.
08-May-2013
(Official Notice)
03-May-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold will release its production results for the quarter ended 31 March 2013, on the company's website - www.sibanyegold.co.za - at 08:00 am (SA time) on Wednesday, 8 May 2013.
03-May-2013
(Official Notice)
In compliance with paragraphs 3.4(b) shareholders are advised that earnings per share and headline earnings per share for the six months ended 30 June 2013 will be at least 20% less than the prior year. A further announcement will be released once a more definitive range can be given.



The reason for the difference in earnings is primarily due to a change in the number of shares in issue between the two reporting periods. In the 2012 reporting period, Sibanye Gold was a wholly owned subsidiary of Gold Fields and, as at 20 June 2012, had only 1000 ordinary shares in issue. During the unbundling of Sibanye Gold, additional shares were issued to Gold Fields, which were then distributed to shareholders.



Sibanye Gold currently has 732 783 198 ordinary shares in issue as at 3 May 2013. The number of shares in issue will be at least this number at 30 June 2013. The EPS and HEPS numbers are therefore not comparable. Once reasonable degree of certain exists on the earnings and headline earnings on an aggregate basis, an updated trading statement will be released.
22-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
It has come to management's attention that some of the information released in the Pre-Listing Statement (PLS) and accompanying Competent Persons Reports (CPR), during the unbundling of Sibanye may have been incorrectly interpreted by analysts and the market leading to an undervaluation of Sibanye. This release serves to clarify the difference in the way Sibanye reports working costs and capital expenditure for Financial Reporting purposes and the reporting convention used in the PLS and CPRs.



Background

Prior to 2006, The South African gold mining industry convention was to treat ore reserve development ("ORD") costs as part of working costs, which were then expensed through the income statement in the period they were incurred. But from 2006, Gold Fields Ltd. (Gold Fields) and the majority of the South African gold industry elected to capitalise ORD costs. As such and in line with international accounting convention ORD costs were then amortised though the income statement over the life of mine. Sibanye continues to report its financial results using this convention. The net result of this change in accounting convention was that working costs were reduced by the quantum of ORD costs, while capital expenditure was increased by the same amount. NCE costs (which are the sum of working costs and capital expenditure) and free cash flow are however not affected.



Clarification

Before the listing and unbundling of Sibanye on 11 February 2013, Gold Fields released the Sibanye PLS to all of its shareholders and the market in general. At the same time detailed CPRs for Sibanye's operations were made available on its website. The financial information in these CPRs was presented according to the accounting convention used prior to 2006 and ORD costs are included in working costs, not capitalised. This discrepancy has led to some sell side analysts believing that the capital expenditure contained in the CPR is understated and increasing capital expenditure as well as applying the higher working costs from the CPR in their financial models and thereby overstating the NCE costs for the company. It should also be noted that Sibanye's ore reserves were calculated assuming a gold price of R380 000/kg (based on an average three year trailing gold price plus 5%, in accordance with SEC guidelines) and will therefore be unaffected by the current spot gold price.
12-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye shareholders are advised that the annual report containing audited financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2012 will be dispatched to shareholders on Friday, 12 April 2013. There has been no change from the previously published, reviewed provisional condensed consolidated results for the year ended 31 December 2012 and therefore no abridged report will be published. The annual report will be available on the website on www.sibanyegold.co.za during the course of the morning.



AGM notice

Notice is given that the annual general meeting of the Company will be held at Libanon Business Park, 1 Hospital Street, Libanon, Westonaria, South Africa on Monday, 13 May 2013 at 09:00. The record date for shareholders to be recorded in the securities register of the Company in order to be able to attend, participate and vote at the annual general meeting is Friday, 3 May 2013.
02-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Further to previous announcements made relating to the fire at the Beatrix West Section, Sibanye advised shareholders that a consultation process in terms of section 189A of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 ("LRA") will be entered into with organised labour, the Department of Mineral Resources and other relevant stakeholders in order to consider the options available for the operation.



The Beatrix West Section (previously Oryx Mine) cost R2.6bn to develop, but has always been marginal and to date, has not been able to recover the initial capital spent. A number of initiatives to arrest the production decline and rising costs were implemented by Gold Fields Limited and the Beatrix West Section was kept operational in the hope that the situation would improve.



On 19 February 2013 an underground fire broke out in the Beatrix West Section, which has resulted in the Beatrix West Section losing 61kg of gold per month, equating to a loss of approximately R28 million in revenue per month. The location of the underground fire has also prevented critical ore reserve development from taking place thus impacting on the sustainability of the Beatrix West Section, and hence the long term future of the operation. The current indications are that the area will be inaccessible until at least the end of June 2014.



Based on a review of the Beatrix West Section it is clear that this situation needs to be addressed and corrective measures will be considered in consultation with stakeholders.
28-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye informed shareholders that the Reviewed Provisional Condensed Consolidated Results for the year ended 31 December 2012 Booklets have been posted. The Reviewed Provisional Condensed Consolidated Results are identical to the Reviewed Preliminary Condensed Consolidated Results for the year ended 31 December 2012 released on SENS on 1 March 2013, and the posting of the booklets is merely a JSE regulatory requirement.
26-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold report that it has redeemed R570 million of its bridge loan facilities, from cash generated during the first three months of F2013. The company's gross debt position is accordingly reduced to R4 Billion and net debt to R3.6 Billion.
18-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
On Wednesday 13 March 2013, a failure, post a lightning strike, at power utility Eskom?s regional 500MVA Midas substation, affected power supply to Driefontein as well as other gold mines and municipalities in the area. All Driefontein employees were safely hoisted to surface that evening utilizing backup power sources. Eskom has managed to reroute power to the area while it commissions a new substation, which is scheduled for commissioning at the end of March 2013.



On Monday 18 March 2013, production resumed at Driefontein, following the restoration of 200Mva of power which is required to power which is required to power the mine and full steady state production is expected to be achieved within this week. Management estimates that production losses, including the three full shifts lost during the power outage and the ramp up to resume full production, will amount to approximately 294kg (9,452oz) for the Quarter to 22 March 2013 and approximately 393kg (12,646oz) for the entire period up to 31 March 2013.
01-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye advised that the Section 54 work stoppage notice for the blasting operations at Number 3 Shaft at Beatrix has been lifted by the Department of Mineral Resources and production will resume today.
01-Mar-2013
(C)
Sibanye published their maiden final results. Revenue came in at R16.6 billion. Operating profit was R5.7 billion, while profit attributable to owners of the parent was recorded as R3 billion. Furthermore, headline earnings per share was 407cps.



Dividend

No dividend was declared.
28-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye announced that it will be releasing Reviewed Preliminary Condensed Consolidated Group Results for the Year Ended 31 December 2012 at or before 09:00 on Friday 1 March 2013.
28-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold Ltd. regrets to announce the passing of an underground production employee involved in stoping activities at the Beatrix mine. The Department of Mineral Resources has issued a Section 54 work stoppage notice for the blasting operations at Number 3 Shaft Beatrix, following the fatal. Further updates will be released when possible.
26-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye Gold Ltd (Sibanye Gold) wishes to confirm that partial production has resumed at Beatrix 4 Shaft (previously the Oryx Mine), on Monday 25 February 2013. Operations at Beatrix 4 Shaft were suspended by Sibanye Gold management on Wednesday 20 February 2013, following a fire which affected a meaningful part of Beatrix 4 Shaft. Beatrix management has isolated and sealed off the affected area. Carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide levels confirm that there is no leakage on the seals. The morning shift resumed operations in the unaffected working areas and crews from the affected area have been redirected to gold recovery activities in older working areas.



The fire, affecting 2 700m2 of the Zone 5 production area, has not yet been extinguished and management is unsure when it will be able to resume operations in that area or the extent of the damage, which may result in partial sterilisation of the ore body. Management confirms that 32kg (1 029oz) of production has been lost during the four day suspension of Beatrix 4 shaft operations and approximately 61kg (1 961oz) will be lost from the affected area every month that production does not take place.
22-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
The board announced the appointment of Mr Timothy Cumming, Mr Barry Davison, Mr Nkosemntu Nika and Ms Susan van der Merwe as independent non-executive directors of Sibanye with effect from 21 February 2013.
21-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye informed all stakeholders, that partial production will resume at Beatrix 4 Shaft (previously the Oryx Mine), on Monday 25 February 2013. Operations at Beatrix 4 Shaft were suspended by Sibanye Gold management on Wednesday 20 February 2013, following a fire which affected a meaningful part of Beatrix 4 Shaft. Beatrix management has isolated and plugged the affected area and carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide levels are declining at a rate which suggests that operations in the unaffected areas may resume as early as Monday.
20-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Sibanye informed all stakeholders that a fire broke out in a raise line on 20 Level, Beatrix 4 Shaft (previously the Oryx Mine), at 10pm on 19 February 2013.



Beatrix management with the assistance of its mine rescue teams, managed to successfully contain the affected areas and evacuate the entire mine by 7am, 20 February 2013, without any injuries, or employees being exposed to undue danger.



In order to ensure the continued safety of its employees, Sibanye has suspended operations at Beatrix 4 Shaft while it assesses the situation and brings the fire under control.



The affected area on 20 Level, Beatrix 4 Shaft accounts for some 2 700m2 of the 7 500m2 mining planned at Beatrix 4 Shaft, but as a result of the high levels of smoke and gas being generated, it has been deemed prudent by management to suspend underground production at Beatrix 4 Shaft until the full impact of the fire has been assessed.



Beatrix 4 Shaft produces approximately 218kg (7 011oz) of gold per month or 24% of the total produced by the entire Beatrix Operations (approximately 898kg or 28 869oz per month).
11-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
The JSE has agreed to the listing of the entire issued ordinary share capital of Sibanye Gold in the "Gold Mining" sector of the main board of the JSE under the abbreviated name "Sibanye" with effect from the commencement of business on Monday, 11 February 2013. The availability and distribution of the full pre-listing statement was announced via SENS on the 10th of January 2013 (the "Pre-Listing Statement").



The pre-listing statement is available on the company's website at www.sibanyegold.co.za and on the Gold Fields Ltd. ("Gold Fields") website at www.goldfields.co.za.
05-Oct-2017
(X)
Sibanye Gold Ltd., trading as Sibanye-Stillwater, is an independent, global precious metal mining group, producing a unique mix of metals that includes gold and the platinum group metals (PGMs). Domiciled in South Africa, Sibanye-Stillwater owns and operates a portfolio of high-quality operations and projects, which are grouped by region: the Southern Africa region and the United States region. Globally, Sibanye-Stillwater is the third largest global producer of palladium and platinum and features among the world?s top ten gold companies.


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