Energy

Anglo: SA needs more private power

Anglo American says SA's new 20-year energy plan needs to make provision for industries wanting to invest in their own power plants.

Mhlatuze speaks out on Quattro fraud

The managers of the Quattro coal export scheme say the fraud the department of mineral resources states it has uncovered was already reported to the department in July last year.

Exxaro to face Eskom as Medupi woes mount

Problems completing Eskom's Medupi power station are beginning to weigh heavily on Exxaro Resources which now faces a force majeure declared by the utility.

CoAL takes broom to board, raises $44.8m

Former Impala Platinum CEO, David Brown, promises to weigh all strategic options as he takes up the chairmanship of embattled coal firm, Coal of Africa.

CoAL lodges Makhado rights application

Coal of Africa has lodged a new order mining right application for its Makhado coking coal project in Limpopo.

Heavy rains hit SA coal exports

Logistics group Transnet says heavy rains have disrupted its freight rail operations, affecting coal and maize exports.

Bushveld Minerals pegs hopes on energy to drive vanadium demand

AS local vanadium producer Bushveld Mineral rides the wave of increased vanadium demand from China, the London-listed junior is also pegging its hopes on...

Exxaro to cut jobs amid restructure

EXXARO Resources has confirmed union reports that it is planning job cuts. Exxaro said these form part of a group restructure to improve productivity and...

New tariff to force Eskom strategy rethink

Brian Dames, CEO of Eskom, said the utility would have to fundamentally re-engineer itself in order to address the halving of its proposed five-year tariff hike.

Uranium One profit soars

Uranium One has posted a more than five-fold increase in profit, as the company boosted production by 33% and was paid more per pound of uranium sold.