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Noble to take more coal from Resgen’s Boikarabelo mine

ASX and JSE-listed coal junior Resource Generation (Resgen) has reached agreement to sell additional coal from its proposed Boikarebelo mine in the Waterberg to...

TFR seeking R40bn outlay for rail line

Transnet Freight Rail wants to build a new heavy haul rail line to replace the route it is currently upgrading for new coal from the Limpopo province.

Blaze shuts Xstrata mine

A fire has caused Australia's Blakefield South coal mine in New South Wales state to close down, says owner Xstrata.

CoAL puzzled as Rio Tinto presses for Chapudi breach

DAVID Brown, CEO of Coal of Africa (CoAL), said he "didn't understand the logic" of Rio Tinto's claim that his company was in breach...

Miranda shares rise after reinstatement

Shares in Miranda Mineral Holdings have soared during early trade, after the JSE lifted the suspension of the company's shares.

Corporate dispute erupts at Resgen

On top of his long-running funding problems it now seems Resource Generation CEO Paul Jury faces a battle for effective boardroom control.

Glencore pumps up the jam as battle for C&A intensifies

Glencore added another $100m to its offer for Rio Tinto's Australian coal assets, Coal & Allied (C&A) and said it would forfeit the premium...

Germany won’t draw followers for nuclear plan

A German plan to shut all nuclear reactors by 2022 is unlikely to inspire many imitators abroad, experts say.

Can Mpumalanga’s mining and farming co-exist?

Mpumalanga needs both agriculture and mining to realise exponential economic growth to meet its 2020 job targets, but the two sectors simply cannot co-exist.

High stockpiles may slow China’s coal shipments

Some Chinese buyers are seeking to defer the delivery of prompt thermal coal shipments by at least a month, citing high stockpiles at the country's ports, sources from three affected trading firms say.