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.
Welcome to Creamer Media’s Resources Watch, a weekly video round-up of the events and people making and shaping the news in the mining industry. This week:Menar doing due diligence on
It is one thing to know what needs to be done to get our economy growing again. It’s quite another to actually do what needs to be done.
On the side-lines of the ongoing African Mining Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa, Managing Director of Menar, Vuslat Bayoglu highlights the importance of sustainable technology in the midst of
Eskom is riddled with maintenance issues. Most of the time when we’re left in the dark, it’s because of power plants breaking down. Vuslat Bayoglu from Canyon Coal believes the
An energy expert says there are basic things the Eskom CEO can do to turn around the crisis at the power utility. Vuslat Bayoglu, the executive chairperson of Canyon Coal
The public’s frustration with load-shedding has given the impression that Eskom’s multiple crises are beyond the government’s ability to resolve. It’s easy to fall into the trap of pessimism, especially
South Africa’s sole producer of prime anthracite, Zululand Anthracite Colliery (ZAC), has appointed Siyabonga Mathonsi as its first black general manager since mining operations began in 1987.
SOUTH Africa’s sole producer of prime anthracite, Zululand Anthracite Colliery (ZAC), has appointed Siyabonga Mathonsi as its first black general manager since mining operations began in 1987.