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First Uranium recovers some lost ground

First Uranium shares have staged a partial recovery from their recent lows on both the JSE and TSX in response to better news in the June quarter production report.

Rio, Mitsubishi bid to mop up Coal & Allied

Rio Tinto and Mitsubishi Corp have made an offer to buy out Coal & Allied for $1.56bn, looking to take full control of the Australian coal miner.

Good time to shop for SA coal

Nonkululeko Nyembezi-Heita, CEO of IchorCoal, believes now is the time to buy South African coal assets while prices for the fuel languish.

Chinese back Mozambique coal project

Australian junior Riversdale Mining has lined up two major Chinese backers for its second proposed coal venture on the Moatize field in Mozambique.

Merafe opts to keep purse strings tight may pay year-end dividend...

MERAFE Resources passed the interim dividend amid "subdued results" in which share earnings fell 61% to 6.6 cents. The group, which has a 20.5% share...

NPC revives coal export permit debate

Eskom is negotiating with suppliers to secure future coal supply, but failure to advance talks should be dealt with by export regulation, a National Planning Commission member has said.

Court to rule on BHP/Eskom power rates case

BHP Billiton will know on Friday whether the confidential rates it pays for electricity supply from Eskom for two of its aluminium smelters are to become public knowledge.

Kibo won’t abandon Mbeya project despite Tanzania’s shocker rejection of tender

SHARES in Kibo Energy stayed near all-time lows today despite a shareholder letter seeking to calm nerves following the rejection on February 14 of...

Eskom fallout hurting what little new project capital remains

THE fallout at state-owned Eskom has inevitably affected some of South Africa's coal producers including Resource Generation (Resgen), a company that is increasingly rare...

Resgen gets $132m funding deal with Noble

Resource Generation has secured financing for its Waterberg coal project Boikarabelo following an equity and debt deal with Noble Group, a trading firm.