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Sibanye Gold Ltd (SGLJ.J)

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Mon, Jul 23 2018

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Wheaton in streaming deal with gold miner Sibanye (July 16)

July 16 Wheaton Precious Metals Corp, the world's largest silver streaming company, said on Monday it would buy all of the gold assets from Sibanye Gold Limited's Stillwater and East Boulder mines in Monatana.

Wheaton to pay Sibanye $500 mln for some gold, palladium assets

July 16 Wheaton Precious Metals Corp , the world's largest silver streaming company, said on Monday it would buy all of the gold assets from Sibanye Gold Limited's Stillwater and East Boulder mines.

Three miners killed in accident at Sibanye gold mine in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG Three gold miners were killed in South Africa on Monday at a Sibanye-Stillwater plant and the company said rescue teams are searching for two others.

RPT-UPDATE 1-Three miners killed in accident at Sibanye gold mine in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, June 11 Three gold miners were killed in South Africa on Monday at a Sibanye-Stillwater plant and the company said rescue teams are searching for two others.

UPDATE 1-Three miners killed in accident at Sibanye gold mine in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, June 11 Three gold miners were killed in South Africa on Monday at a Sibanye-Stillwater plant and the company said rescue teams are searching for two others.

UPDATE 2-South Africa's Sibanye explores debt-cutting options

* Shares in Sibanye down 28 percent since start of May (Adds non-debt options)

PLATINUM WEEK-Sibanye CEO confident of Lonmin takeover despite cash burn

LONDON, May 18 Sibanye-Stillwater is confident its planned purchase of Lonmin will go ahead, but the struggling platinum producer must slow its cash burn, the South African firm's chief executive said.

Sibanye's Lonmin takeover faces British antitrust scrutiny

LONDON Britain's Competition and Markets Authority said it will examine whether a takeover of Lonmin by South Africa's Sibanye-Stillwater would reduce competition, knocking shares in both mining firms.

UPDATE 3-Sibanye's Lonmin takeover faces British antitrust scrutiny

* Shares in Lonmin, Sibanye fall (Adds Sibanye comment, updates shares)

UPDATE 2-Lonmin cuts H1 loss and trims spending ahead of Sibanye merger

* GRAPHIC: https://reut.rs/2KmVuY7 (Adds detail, quotes, analysts, shares, Johannesburg dateline)

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