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Ipsa scraps coal contract over IPP delays

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Independent power plant developer Ipsa has scrapped a coal agreement due to delays in the implementation of independent power producer policies.

Govt yet to decide if CoAL can restart Vele

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CoAL of Africa says no decision has yet been made by the South African government concerning the restarting of its flagship Vele Colliery in the Limpopo Province.

First Uranium shares mark time

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First Uranium shares are stuck near their 12-month low following unexciting results for the September quarter during which the ramp up at the Ezulwini mine was delayed.

Supply crunch signals uranium boom

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Gold is justifiably hogging investors' attention, but the uranium market is looking interesting, judging from presentations made by producers at recent conferences.

More coal for Eskom’s Majuba power station

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Transnet Freight Rail's transportation of domestic coal from mines in the Mpumalanga province to Eskom's Majuba Power Station has grown by 36% from last year's throughput of 5.8 million tons, it said.

Export price declines may sharpen coal shares

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Despite perennial problems, coal mines can be great investments - if you get them at a decent price.

Sasol Mining concludes BEE deal

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Sasol Mining has completed the Ixia Coal transaction, as part of the company's empowerment strategy, with WIPCoal Investments as the majority partner.

CoAL’s Mooiplaats woes mount

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Following hard on the forced closure of parts of its Vele mining complex in Limpopo, the Australian-owned mining company Coal of Africa is in trouble again with the environment department in Mpumalanga.

Higher Transnet deliveries boost coal exports

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South Africa's coal exports rose to 5.36 million tonnes in September from 4.16 million tonnes in the same month last year, boosted by higher deliveries by logistics group Transnet.

Trading in Firestone shares halted

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The Australian group Firestone Energy, which plans to develop coal projects in SA, has requested that trading in its shares be suspended.