Sunday, February 25, 2018

SOUTH African coal mining executives said proposals by Eskom aimed at ensuring the quality of coal it consumes would make it more difficult to...

THE hurly-burly surrounding the fortunes of Waterberg Coal Company (WCC) are showing no signs of letting up after the company announced today its interim...

Freight services and shipping group Grindrod has made a critical breakthrough for its fledgling RBT (Navitrade) coal export terminal at Richards Bay by negotiating...

RESOURCE Generation (Resgen), the Johannesburg- and Sydney-listed coal development firm, edged closer to securing more than $400m in capital funding for its six million...

RESOURCE Generation (Resgen), the Johannesburg- and Sydney-listed coal development company, said it had secured R5.52bn (A$515m) in finance to complete construction of the 12...

BRADLEY Doig, commercial director of mid-tier coal producer and iron ore development firm, Petmin, says they’ll be no let up in the company’s share...

Five years ago, Mashale Phumaphi was an investment banker, braving the London freeze. On one occasion, he was asked to run the rule over...

THE controversial acquisition of Optimum Coal by a unit of the Gupta family’s Oakbay Investments has gone ahead. The R2.15bn deal was executed through Oakbay’s...

ESKOM will continue with the temporary arrangement that sees seven different coal companies supply its Arnot power station after a Request for Proposals (RFP)...

ESKOM, the South African power utility, said it would plough R38bn into so-called 'tied mines' including some R1.8bn for a new shaft at Matla,...