SAfm On-The-Air (29/11/2019)

Every Friday, SAfm’s radio anchor Sakina Kamwendo speaks to Martin Creamer, publishing editor of Engineering News and Mining Weekly.  Reported here is this Friday’s At the Coalface transcript:

ANNUAL ZAC GOLF DAY RAISES FUNDS FOR CHARITY

Zululand Anthracite Colliery (ZAC) hosted their annual charity golf day at the prestigious Kwambonambi Golf Club, in KwaZulu Natal to raise funds for local community charities.

ZAC POISED TO GROW ANTHRACITE MARKET SHARE

Zululand Anthracite Colliery (ZAC), South Africa’s sole producer of prime anthracite, is confident about the medium to long-term growth of demand for the product as it prepares to expand the

ZAC GOLF DAY RAISES OVER R300 000

On 23 October 2019, Zululand Anthracite Colliery (ZAC) hosted their annual charity golf day at the prestigious Kwambonambi Golf Club, in KwaZulu-Natal to raise funds for local community charities.

VUSLAT BAYOGLU: TRANSNET IS ON THE RIGHT TRACK – AND IT’S VERY GOOD NEWS

Transnet Chairman Popo Molefe has made important commitments that show that the state-owned logistics company could improve governance faster than skeptics would have it.

CANYON IMPLEMENTS CARBON TAX MITIGATION MEASURES

The South African government has put pressure on industries to reduce carbon dioxide emissions through the Carbon Tax Act, which came into effect in June.

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

DEEPER RESEARCH REQUIRED BY THOSE CALLING FOR COAL’S DEMISE – MENAR CHAIRPERSON

South Africa needs to consider its unique position and its level of industrialisation to determine what should be deemed a “just transition”, Menar chairperson Mpumelelo Mkhabela said during a panel discussion at this year’s Joburg

DEEPER RESEARCH REQUIRED BY THOSE CALLING FOR COAL’S DEMISE – MENAR CHAIRPERSON

Speaking during a panel discussion on the topic of the ‘Outlook for Coal Mining and South Africa’s coal sector’, at the 2019 Joburg Indaba, Mpumelelo Mkhabela, chairperson of mining investment company