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SA coal miners lose “hundreds of millions of rands” following Mpumalanga...

COMMUNITY protests in South Africa’s Mpumalanga province may have cost the country’s thermal coal miners, including Anglo American, Glencore and South32, up to hundreds...

Keaton left tapping fingers on Vaalkrantz ministerial consent

KEATON Energy CEO, Mandi Glad, expressed her disappointment with the time it was taking to win ministerial consent for the sale of the firm's...

SA coal down in the dumps

The flurry of disinvestments by major mining groups from SA's coal sector is ominous for the industry.

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...

Coal of Africa raises $50m loan

Coal of Africa has secured a $50m loan from Deutsche Bank, which will allow the company to repay a $20m loan to JP Morgan and provide working capital for its operations.

Wescoal doubles interim earnings

Wescoal has reported an interim diluted headline earnings increase of 141%.

Eskom hike failure a wrong turn, say economists

The popular vote applauded Nersa's decision to turn down Eskom's tariff hike application, but economists wonder if it wasn't a wrong turn.

Forbes Coal to list on JSE

TSX-listed Forbes Coal will debut on the JSE on July 28 in a secondary listing.

SA to start nuclear bidding in 2012

SA needs to start the procurement for its planned nuclear plants next year so it can commission the first 1,600 MW power station by 2023, says a government official.

Exxaro may sell Eskom-dedicated Matla coal mine in asset review

Exxaro Resources is to sell its Arnot coal mine as well as North Block Complex (NBC), both situated in Mpumalanga province, in terms of...