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

PHALANNDWA MINE LIFE EXTENDED WITH FIRST BLAST

Coal exploration and mining company Canyon Coal has commenced mining operations at its Phalanndwa Colliery Extension Project following the first large-scale blasting of coal ore on 17 Jul 2019.

ESKOM NEEDS MORE SUPPORT FROM SOUTH AFRICAN COAL MINERS – BAYOGLU

CANYON Coal executive chairman, Vuslat Bayoglu made the case for improved relations between South Africa’s coal producers and Eskom, the debt-laden power utility.

COAL IS CRITICAL TO ENABLING SOUTH AFRICA’S STABILITY AND FUTURE GROWTH

Coal suppliers need to deal fairly with Eskom by seeking reasonable returns and not excessive profits. High input costs to power generation, including coal, ultimately cause higher electricity prices which

COAL CRITICAL TO ENABLING SOUTH AFRICA’S STABILITY AND GROWTH

Coal suppliers need to deal fairly with Eskom by seeking reasonable returns and not excessive profits.

ESKOM NEEDS MORE SUPPORT FROM COAL PRODUCERS, SADC – PANEL

Coal producers should offer State-owned utility Eskom fairer pricing, while the Southern African Development Community (SADC) States should do more to support Eskom, delegates attending the Coal Industry Day, in

ESKOM NEEDS MORE SUPPORT FROM COAL PRODUCERS, SADC – PANEL

Coal producers should offer State-owned utility Eskom fairer pricing, while the Southern African Development Community (SADC) States should do more to support Eskom, delegates attending the Coal Industry Day, in

ZULULAND ANTHRACITE COLLIERY APPOINTS FIRST BLACK GM

Mining investment company Menar’s Zululand Anthracite Colliery (ZAC) subsidiary has appointed Siyabonga Mathonsi as its first black GM since mining operations began in 1987. His appointment is effective July 15.

SITATUNGA RESOURCES: ON TRACK TO DEVELOP ITS FIRST MANGANESE MINE

Formed a little over two years ago Sitatunga Resources has been bullish since inception, always looking for new opportunities to build its portfolio.