While the tragic events that unfolded at Marikana during the week of 10 and 16 August 2012, almost 10 years ago and which resulted in the deaths of 44 employees, cannot be changed and will never be forgotten, the work undertaken since has inspired the establishment of a new legacy of hope and healing.

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With the acquisition of Lonmin in 2019, Sibanye-Stillwater embraced the inherited Marikana legacy and set out to ensure that the change of ownership served as a catalyst for transformation.

Know their names

We remember and acknowledge our colleagues who lost their lives in August 2012. In the presence of the widows of the deceased and organised labour, a memorial was unveiled at Sibanye-Stillwater’s Marikana offices.

Caring for widows and families

Sibanye-Stillwater committed to building 16 houses for the widows and families who had not benefitted from the AMCU Trust. To date, eight houses have been handed over to the families while the remaining eight are under construction.

Sixteen-Eight Memorial Trust

The Trust provides financial assistance covering school and tertiary tuition and registration fees as well as expenses relating to uniforms, stationery, textbooks, extramural activities.