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Wescoal to buy minority shareholders in Moabsvelden ahead of project start...

WESCOAL Holdings, a Johannesburg-listed coal producer, is to buy shares held by a minority shareholder in Moabsvelden, a project in South Africa's Mpumalanga province...

Mabuza appointment at Eskom evidence Govt. remains “flat-footed” on way forward

"INVESTORS and business" disapproved of the interim appointment of Jabu Mabuza as CEO of Eskom, South Africa's power utility, said BusinessLive. They viewed the appointment...

SA Govt to discuss price indexation with coal sector to contain...

THE South African government would ask the country's coal producers to consider indexing the price of coal supplied to Eskom, the state-owned power utility,...

Tharisa installs diesel as Eskom Stage 4 load-shedding interrupts process facility

THARISA clawed back lost ground sustained in the first quarter registering marginally higher chrome and platinum group metal (PGM) production for the second three months...

MC Mining ties up coking coal stream of Makhado in deal...

TWO months after finalising an off-take agreement for thermal coal from its Makhado project, MC Mining has a deal with ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA),...

Exxaro benefits from bumper Kumba dividend as softer coal pricing hits...

PROCEEDS from its 20% stake in Kumba Iron Ore will come to the assistance of Exxaro Resources in the six months ended June 30. Exxaro...

MC Mining confident of $35m equity deal on Makhado despite coal...

MC Mining was confident of completing the outstanding $35m equity portion of the $52m required to repay debt and fund the first stage of...

Optimum Coal Mine needs R1bn to R2bn in order to be...

A MEMBER of a consortium bidding to take control of Optimum Coal Mine estimated it would cost between R1bn and R2bn to recapitalise the...

SA govt funding for Optimum Coal Mine ‘swept from the table’...

SOUTH Africa's state-owned mining company, African Exploration & Mining Finance Company (AEMFC) in joint venture with Lurco Group would submit a new bid for...

Afrimat pulls plug on R2.15bn takeover of Universal Coal citing cost...

AFRIMAT, the Johannesburg-listed industrial minerals company, has pulled the plug on a proposed takeover bid for Universal Coal citing the expense of the exercise. This...