MENAR HOSTS THIRD ANNUAL MINING JOURNALISM TRAINING SEMINAR

Twenty trainees attended a media training workshop hosted by Menar where they heard from a spectrum of speakers about different aspects of the mining sector.

MENAR HOSTS THIRD ANNUAL MINING JOURNALISM TRAINING SEMINAR

Twenty trainees, who had been carefully selected from over 100 applications, attended an intensive media training workshop in Sandton, Johannesburg where they heard from a wide spectrum of speakers about

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COAL MINE GIVES HOPE TO MPUMALANGA COMMUNITY

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  There is nothing intriguing in life than seeing something that you have been studying about unfolds right before your eyes. On October 23, 2018 Journalism students, journalists and a

PHALANNDWA COLLIERY CANYON COAL

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COAL IS EXTRACTED HERE AT PHALANNDWA COLLIERY MINE

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TRANSFORMATION LIES AT THE HEART OF ENSURING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE IN MINING

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PHALANNDWA COLLIERY LOOKS TO EXTEND LOM BY 8 YEARS

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