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Topic - Anglo Inyosi Coal
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Jul 27, 2012
Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) is working to catch up export coal volumes lost during the first few months of its current financial year, which included a nine-day shutdown, in an effort to meet its 2012/13 budget of hauling up to 77-million tons to the privately-owned...
Jul 17, 2012
Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) is working to catch up export coal volumes lost during the first few months of its current financial year, which included a nine-day shutdown, in an effort to meet its 2012/13 budget of hauling up to 77-million tons to the privately-owned...
Apr 21, 2011
The US Export-Import Bank has voted to grant preliminary approval for a $805,6-million direct loan to Eskom for the construction of Kusile, with a final vote expected in 35 days.
Sep 17, 2009
The founder of the JSE-suspended and provisionally liquidated Pamodzi Gold Limited on Thursday conceded defeat in his months-long fight to keep alive his dream of black control of a listed South African gold company. Pamodzi Gold Limited chairperson Ndaba Ntsele, a...
May 15, 2009
A key intervention aimed at alleviating South Africa’s electricity supply constraints is an aggressive investment and capacity expansion programme by State-owned power utility Eskom.
Aug 29, 2008
Kusile will be a six-unit, greenfield, mine-mouth, coal-fired power plant, with about 4 818 MW of gross output.
Aug 06, 2008
Aug 05, 2008
State power utility Eskom has signed a letter of intent with Anglo Coal South Africa to supply its new 4 818-MW Kusile coal-fired power station, formerly dubbed ‘Project Bravo', with 17-million tons of coal a year over its 47-year life. Should the two companies...
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Dec 21, 2007
Diversified miner Anglo American has bought a 70% interest in the Foxleigh coal mine joint venture, in Queensland, Australia, for $620-million, the group said on Friday.
Dec 07, 2007
Two of the world’s largest mining companies, Anglo American and BHP Billiton, on Friday announced that they had approved two new major coal projects in South Africa, with a combined cost of about $955-million (around R6,4-billion). BHP Billiton approved for its...
Mar 23, 2007
The Witbank area in Mpumalanga faced the threat of running out of water in 2007. Various solutions were sought, such as constructing a pipeline from the Orange River to supply the need.
Feb 19, 2007
You can’t beat it for reach. Mining’s biggest black economic empowerment (BEE) of the year – the Anglo Inyosi Coal transaction – is ostensibly the broadest and deepest ever. “We estimate that it will touch the lives of well in excess of...
Feb 16, 2007
Feb 08, 2007
Anglo American plc’s Anglo Coal had created Anglo Inyosi Coal, an empowered coal company housing key current and future domestic and export-focused coal operations, Anglo American Corporation Southern Africa acting CEO Phillip Baum said on Thursday. Anglo Coal...
Feb 08, 2007
A new R7-billlion black economically empowered (BEE) coal company planned to invest R15-bilion in four new coal projects and be of economic benefit to more than 200 000 historically disadvantaged South Africans, Anglo Coal CE Ben Magara said on Thursday. Magara said...
 
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