Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Shareholders voted down a resolution for non-executive pay at Wescoal Holdings demonstrating that it has work to do in structuring the board correctly.

First Uranium Corporation says the appeal lodged against Mine Waste Solutions' water use licence has been dismissed.

Lontohcoal, the first company headquartered in SA to attempt a listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, is facing a challenge for control over its key Zimbabwe coal resources.

Mining group Deep Yellow has announced an upgrade and expansion of the mineral resource estimate at its INCA uranium deposit in Namibia.

SOUTH32's South Africa coal production for its 2017 financial year, which closed June 30, fell 9% owing to adverse weather conditions and a delay...

Mmakau Mining has much to lose if it doesn't extract a good deal out of Exxaro Resources' R4.9bn bid for Total Coal South Africa.

South Africa's emerging market rivals are facing similar challenges in respect of how to make state-owned power companies more commercial.

AFRICAN Rainbow Energy & Power CEO, Brian Dames, is upbeat on the prospects for independent power producers (IPP) in South Africa despite apparent opposition...

Logistics group Transnet says heavy rains have disrupted its freight rail operations, affecting coal and maize exports.

Uranium prices are moving up as predicted earlier this year by a number of company executives, and the impact on the shares of some producers has been dramatic.