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Greenpeace blames Eskom, Sasol for world sulphur hot-spot in SA’s Mpumalanga...

GREENPEACE wants urgent action to counter the polluting effects of operations run by Eskom and Sasol on the air quality of Mpumalanga province, a...

Jury ousted as Resgen investors stage coup

Resource Generation shareholders Altius Investment Holdings and Noble Resources kick out CEO Paul Jury and overhaul the coal development firm's board.

Wescoal may lift exposure to Universal Coal “in the long term”...

WESCOAL Holdings raised the medium- to long-term prospect of eventually taking more shares in Universal Coal, the Australian-listed currently the subject of a takeover...

Spotlight may fall on Glencore’s SA dominance

A merger of Glencore and Xstrata would build dominance in South Africa’s coal market that should surely attract the attention of the competition authorities.

R300bn nuclear budget “just the beginning”: Peters

The R300bn set aside in finance minister Pravin Gordhan's national budget last week for nuclear power in South Africa was just a beginning said Dipuo Peters, energy minister.

Oakbay listing hanging by thread as JSE considers suspension

THE Gupta family company, Oakbay Resources and Energy (Oakbay), said it was "considering its options" following notice from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) that...

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...

Optimum may extend Hendrina coal supply

Optimum Coal has offered to continue supplying Eskom's Hendrina coal mine beyond November whilst the Mpumalanga colliery undergoes business rescue.

RBCT confirms Chirwa’s departure

The Richards Bay Coal Terminal has confirmed that its chief executive Raymond Chirwa had quit his job after only two years at the helm of the company.

RBCT wary of 19mtpa expansion plan

Richards Bay Coal Terminal said the expansion of its facilities which saw it cross swords with Transnet two years was unlikely to see light of day in the short-term.