Further operational update
16 May 2013
Further to the announcement made on 14th May 2013, Lonmin Plc (the "Company") welcomes an overnight return to work by employees engaged in an unprotected strike action which began on Tuesday morning.
Lonmin update on unprotected work stoppage
14 May 2013
Following today's unprotected work stoppage at Lonmin, management has met with the representatives of AMCU, NUM, Solidarity and UASA on the mine. The leadership of each union has assured Lonmin that they did not call for the work stoppage and therefore do not support it.
14 May 2013
Lonmin Plc (the "Company") announces that none of its mining workforce went underground this morning and no mining is currently taking place at Marikana.
02 April 2013
Lonmin Plc (the "Company") today announces the appointment of Ms Phuti Mahanyele as a non-executive director of the Company, with immediate effect.
Ms Mahanyele (42) is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Shanduka Group, Lonmin's Black Economic Empowerment partner, and was nominated to the Board under a contractual arrangement.
Lonmin miners return to work
06 March 2013
Lonmin confirms that employees across its mining operations returned to work this morning (6 March), after work stoppages at some of the company's shafts yesterday.
Lonmin Media statement on employees protests regarding the National Union of Mineworkers
05 March 2013
Since December 2012, Lonmin has been in discussions with its labour unions about a new recognition dispensation that promotes industrial democracy and inclusivity. This dispensation would give an appropriate voice in recognition arrangements to all Lonmin unions. Within this context, the majority union must be rightly recognised in a system that promotes inclusive representation. Discussions on a new recognition dispensation are ongoing and therefore we do not yet have a new recognition agreement in place.
Lonmin Plc - Revised Management Structure Update
28 February 2013
Lonmin today announces that it has made significant progress in its review of the Company’s operating model and management structure.The Company is now in consultation with its unions (AMCU, NUM, Solidarity, and UASA) and employees on a proposed new operating structure.
Lonmin Announces Significant Change
31 January 2013
Roger Phillimore, Chairman of Lonmin, today committed the Company to a process of fundamental change to rebuild trust with employees
and employees' representatives.
Lonmin Response to Public Eye Nomination
09 January 2013
We are extremely disappointed that the Bench Marks Foundation and groundWork have decided to begin 2013 by using the Marikana tragedy to mount another irresponsible and reckless campaign. The Marikina tragedy was profoundly shocking for the entire country, and it will take a generation to come to terms with its ramifications. Following the tragedy Lonmin is focused on rebuilding employee relations and creating an exemplary working environment. We are working well with all stakeholders and are actively pursuing a change initiative to respond to the aftermath of the Marikana Tragedy and its implications.