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Firestone, Sekoko in new MoU with Eskom

Firestone Energy has taken a giant step towards survival after Sekoko Resources, its partner in the Waterberg, signed an MoU with Eskom on a 30- year supply agreement.

Eskom seeking 9mt of coal as Tegeta asks for contract release

ESKOM may have to source nine million tonnes of thermal coal from other mining firms following a decision in September - confirmed by Tegeta...

Can Mpumalanga’s mining and farming co-exist?

Mpumalanga needs both agriculture and mining to realise exponential economic growth to meet its 2020 job targets, but the two sectors simply cannot co-exist.

Eskom leadership crisis may damage security of coal supply

THE management crisis at Eskom, whilst deeply troubling if not entertaining, raises the question as to who's around to make the executive decisions, especially...

Riversdale in offtake deal for Benga coal

Riversdale Mining says it has entered into an offtake agreement with trader Trafigura for thermal coal from its Benga coal mine in Mozambique.

Eskom recovers Tegeta coal prepayment after 1.25mt delivered

ESKOM said it had recovered the cost of pre-paying Tegeta Energy & Exploration (Tegeta) for the delivery of 1.25 million tonnes of coal to...

RBCT coal exports tumble in May

South African coal exports from Richards Bay Coal Terminal fell to 4.01 million tonnes in June from 4.6 million in May, exporters said.

Eskom always likely to face challenges: Dames

Brian Dames, outgoing CEO of Eskom, said the context in which the power utility operates means the group would always face stiff challenges.

Keaton bids R182m in part-share deal for Xceed

Keaton Energy has made an all-share offer for Australia's Xceed Resources principally for the firm's Moabsvelden project which borders Vanggafontein.

Eskom’s Mabuza targets unions as key to brief CEO tenure as...

ESKOM'S acting CEO, Jabu Mabuza, put the improvement of relations between the power utility and its unions as a key target for his brief...