SA may import more power from neighbours

Eskom is considering importing more electricity from its neighbours as power in South Africa is expected to remain tight for at least the next two years.

Eskom’s Mabuza targets unions as key to brief CEO tenure as...

ESKOM'S acting CEO, Jabu Mabuza, put the improvement of relations between the power utility and its unions as a key target for his brief...

Gold One offers $70m for First Uranium’s Ezulwini

Gold One gives further signal it wants uranium as well as gold exposure after concluding its second uranium deal in the last 12 months.

Record coal delivery for Transnet

Transnet is on track to reach its long-term target of delivering 81 million tons per annum to Richards Bay Coal Terminal.

Shale gas, coal tipped as ‘game changers’

South Africa's government was increasingly relying on shale gas and construction of a third coal-fired power station as it seeks a way of avoiding a future energy crisis.

Destination of South32’s SA thermal coal assets may turn on size...

EXXARO Resources is one of the companies thought to have been short-listed for South32’s South African coal assets – known as South African Energy Coal...

The return of Siyabonga Gama

Siyabonga Gama has been re-appointed chief executive of Transnet Freight Rail - the organisation from which he was summarily dismissed in June last year.

Wescoal granted Vlaklaagte right

Wescoal Holdings says its subsidiary Wescoal Exploration has been awarded a new order prospecting right over certain portions of the farm Vlaklaagte 330JS.

Transnet says won’t budge on Glencore tariff

Transnet chief negotiator on rail tariffs said Glencore was just trying to get the government firm to compensate it for the decline in the coal price.

Wescoal starting to reap benefits of Keaton deal, pays dividend

WESCOAL Holdings paid an interim dividend of 3.1 South African cents per share and said it was positioned for additional merger and acquisition activity...