MENAR AIMS TO RESTORE KANGRA, ZAC AFTER COAL MARKETS “DESTROYED” BY COVID-19

COAL mines producing about 2.2 million tons a year (Mt/y) would not reopen until 2021 after being placed on care and maintenance earlier this year, said Vulsat Bayoglu, MD of Menar

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MANGANESE SECTOR CAN DRIVE RECOVERY

The speed with which countries will recover from the devastation wrought by Covid-19 will depend, in part, on how best they use their unique advantages, says mining investment company Menar

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COAL IS A “FAR MORE CONSTANT” SOURCE OF ELECTRICITY

Clean coal technologies, Vuslat Bayoglu argues, would allow South Africa to continue to take advantage of its coal endowment by creating jobs, earning over R50-billipn in foreign exchange each year

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ACTIVE EFFORTS TO CONSERVE WATER RESOURCES

It is commonly accepted that South Africa is a water-stressed country but, as a developing country, the balance between growth and the exploitation of natural resources is a sensitive matter,

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SAFETY FIRST AS KANGRA CLOCKS UP OVER 2.3 MILLION FATALITY FREE HOURS

By the end of August 2019, Kangra achieved 2 319 611 Fatality Free operating work hours having received recognition from the Mine Health and Safety Council for achieving over one million and

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ZAC ON TRACK TO ACHIEVE GOAL OF ZERO HARM

Zululand Anthracite Colliery (ZAC) is committed to achieving the goal Zero Harm, which aims to ensure that all workers return home to their loved ones from work safe, unharmed and

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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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MENAR CONFIDENT OF NEW LICENCE

Local coal miner Canyon Coal has applied for a new water use licence (WUL), in terms of the National Water Act, to develop its De Wittekrans coal project.

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KANGRA AWAITS LICENCE APPROVAL

Local coal miner Kangra Coal is planning an extension to its Savmore/Maquasa coal mining operation, in Mpumalanga, with Kangra Coal environmental specialist Niketiwe Dlamini noting that the company is awaiting the approval

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CMTV RESOURCES WATCH: WEEKLY VIDEO REPORT

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.

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