CORONAVIRUS LIKELY TO CAUSE DRASTIC PRICE FALLS – MENAR

JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – The reduction in the consumption of mined products that the coronavirus was causing would likely result in a drastic fall in prices, Menar MD Vuslat Bayoğlu said on Monday.

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OPINION | RAMAPHOSA HAS SPOKEN. NOW GOVERNMENT MUST ACT

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.

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MRA EXCLUSIVE AT MINING INDABA: UNPACKING THE TRUTH ABOUT COAL

Vuslat Bayoglu, MD and co-founder of South Africa-focused mining investment business Menar shares his insights with Mining Review Africa editor-in-chief Laura Cornish about how the world should really see coal

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KHANYE REPORTS ENTERPRISE- AND COMMUNITY-DEVELOPMENT PROGRESS

Coal exploration and mining company Canyon Coal is steadily progressing its enterprise development project plan to advance the social and economic welfare of communities near its Khanye colliery operations. Following

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#MININGINDABA2020: MD OF MENAR, VUSLAT BAYOGLU ON REALISING INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN AFRICAN MINING

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

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KRANSBANK RESIDENTS’ RECIPIENTS OF R300 000 COMMUNITY HALL

Kangra hands over a hall to the Kransbank community to allow for more formalised communal gathering.

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KANGRA COAL HANDS OVER R300 000 COMMUNITY HALL IN MPUMALANGA

Coal mining and exploration company Kangra Coal handed over a hall to the Kransbank community, located near the company’s mine in Saul Mkhizeville, Mpumalanga on 21 January 2020 to allow

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KANGRA COLLIERY HANDS OVER COMMUNITY HALL TO KRANSBANK COMMUNITY

The Menar Group’s Kangra Colliery in Mpumalanga has handed over a community hall valued at R300 000 to the Kransbank community near Kangra’s mine in Saul Mkhizeville in Mpumalanga. 

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CANYON COAL SERVES UP COMMUNITY UPLIFTMENT AT KHANYE COLLIERY

Coal exploration and mining company, Canyon Coal has opened a new canteen operated by local black, women-owned catering company, Kgaditse Prestige Events, at its Khanye Colliery in Bronkhorstspruit.

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