Energy

Gold Fields approves R660m solar plant at South Deep

GOLD Fields said it had approved the R660m construction of a 40MW solar plant at its South Deep mine in South Africa - a...

Anglo finds in Thungela simplest outcome in global coal industry clouded...

ANGLO American CEO, Mark Cutifani, might have had the controversial coal deal between Seriti Resources and South32 in mind when he told Miningmx in...

Investors ask Credit Suisse to take firm operational steps limiting funding...

INVESTORS in Credit Suisse want the bank to take firm operational steps to curb its financing of thermal coal ventures, said Reuters which cited...

Anglo opted for SA coal demerger because it didn’t “have the...

ANGLO American chose to demerge its South African coal assets because it did not have the right to shut production, said its CEO, Mark...

Chinese firm digging for coal in Zimbabwe denies disturbing gravesite

A CHINESE company digging for coal in Zimbabwe denied allegations by local community members that it had disturbed graves, said Reuters. "Beifa Investments ... categorically...

Nedbank commits R50bn to renewable energy projects as backs away from...

SOUTH African lender, Nedbank, had committed R50bn to renewable energy projects as part of its plan to back away from fossil-fuel financing, said Bloomberg...

MC Mining suspends Uitkomst restructuring to June following union blockade of...

MC Mining has suspended the restructuring of its Uitkomst metallurgical coal mine in KwaZulu-Natal province after a blockade by employees resulted in three lost...

SA coal firm Resgen on brink of administration after Noble Group...

THE final act in Resource Generation's (Resgen's) fruitless 13-year bid to develop the Boikarabelo thermal coal mine in South Africa's Limpopo province is underway...

South32 says it “can’t be accused of walking away” as waits...

SOUTH32 had lost R10bn in cash in the last four years owing to an underwater coal sales agreement (CSA) with Eskom’s Duvha power station...

South Africa’s Minerals and Energy Department could get control of Eskom

SOUTH Africa's state-owned power utility, Eskom, could fall under the authority of the Department of Mineral Resources & Energy (DMRE) as part of a...