Union leader Joseph Mathunjwa was expected to sign the wage settlement with the CEOs of Lonmin, Impala Platinum and Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) later on Monday to end the five-month-long strike.
“We expect CEOs to be here. The agreement will be signed here at the stadium,” branch leader Abram Ramasedi said.
A tent had been erected at the stadium where the signing would take place.
Union members in green T-shirts were bused in from various shafts, including Amplats’ operations in Limpopo.
Amcu members have been on strike since January 23 demanding a basic monthly salary of R12,500.