Coal finance is heading to its terminal conclusion

After a decade of deflation in renewable energy costs approaching 10% annually, and an extended global economic lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, the credit appeal of coal-fired power plants has never looked worse.

Uranium: The comeback kid

While most commodities have been battered amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, uranium is heating up, and is experiencing a price spike on the back of tightening supply owing to a slowdown in global uranium supply.

Eskom breaks coal supply contracts with Exxaro in force majeure move

State-owned utility Eskom Holdings has served a subsidiary of Exxaro, Exxaro Coal, with letters calling force majeure on the coal supply agreements in place for the supply of coal to the Medupi and Matimba power stations.
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Guinea’s largest gold mine invests in new environment-friendly power plant

Internationally diversified gold producer Nordgold Group has signed an engineering, procurement and construction agreement to design and construct a 33 MW power plant at its Lefa mine - one of the largest gold mines in Guinea.

Understanding of global markets key to local success

Worley remains at the forefront of local transformation by a bona fide intention of creating sustainable change and empowered partnerships.
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OUTA seeks greater transparency from Eskom

A PAIA application to a state-owned entity (SOE) such as Eskom can be submitted by any citizen or legal persona and is a formal request.
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Mitigating the effects of COVID-19 in the mining industry

As the world struggles to get COVID-19 infections under control, it is becoming clear that the impact of the pandemic will be far reaching.

Advanced metal plug and socket outlet range launched

Powermite, an industrial plugs and sockets manufacturer proudly highlights its range of metal and plastic products manufactured by AMPCO.

Ensuring water security in South Africa

With increasing pressure from population growth and the need for water to support economic growth South Africa’s water security is increasingly at risk.
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Diesel rebate cases in High Court have implications for mining

Two cases in the High Court of South Africa concern disputes regarding diesel refund claims that were declined by the Commissioner for the SARS.

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