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SA’s Ramaphosa signals Govt may turn to private sector to alleviate...

PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa has signalled the government may finally bow to pressure from the private sector to generate its own electricity and sell it...

Drip, drip effect of Eskom only likely to get worse for...

THERE was more bad news to come from Eskom in terms of the reliability of its electricity supply, said Gold Fields CEO, Nick Holland,...

Eskom agrees temporary coal price with South32 which targets sale of...

SOUTH32 expected to complete the sale of its stake in its South African Energy Coal (SAEC) business to Seriti Resources in the December quarter, but...

Eskom to invest R10bn to R12bn in cost plus coal mines...

SOUTH African power utility, Eskom, intended to invest R12bn in cost plus coal mines in order to secure the quality of the fuel for...

AEMFC failed to win Govt. support for Optimum bid – report

A BID by the state-owned African Exploration & Mining Finance Company (AEMFC) to take control of Optimum Coal Mines in consortium with a private...

Rain, protests hit Wescoal, but firm targets Moabsvelden as part of...

ABOVE average summer rainfall in Mpumalanga province and contractor and employee related interruptions would result in lower-than-forecast production from end-January, said Wescoal Holdings, the...

Eskom to challenge 9.4% Nersa tariff award in High Court as...

ESKOM, the South African power utility, plans to challenge a tariff structure apportioned to it by the country's energy regulator in court, said Bloomberg...

Eskom in “a death spiral”, says Mabuza in presentation to parliament...

SOUTH Africa's state-owned electricity utility company, Eskom, was unable to survive without government support. This is according to Jabu Mabuza, interim CEO and chairman of...

Gordhan opens book on SA energy reform but admits Eskom restructure...

TRANSMISSION will be split out of Eskom by January, and at March 31 by the latest, minister of public enterprises. Pravin Gordhan said on...

RBCT looks to increase exports from junior miners in 2020

The long-underperforming “Quattro” coal export scheme which is intended to help black empowered junior coal miners export through the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) ...