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Why is ESG the flavor of the month?

Mining companies are spending more and more budget on ESG reports looking at closing what is called “the trust deficit”.

Exxaro partners with UNWomen to end gender discrimination

“We recognise and celebrate the partnership with UNWomen – and acknowledge that more work lies ahead." - Mxolisi Mgojo

Matla 1 relocation: A breakthrough for South Africa’s power supply

"Once Mine 1 is back in commission, it will produce about 4 Mtpa and we will be able to supply the 10 Mtpa to the power station.”
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No harm philosophy in long-term relationships

KBC Health & Safety is currently providing its services at the GG6 Expansion Project at Grootegeluk Coal Mine in Limpopo.

Christmas comes early at Rietkuil housing ceremony

Exxaro will also be covering the costs of municipal services for these households for the first five years.

Exxaro ranks 13th in Top 100 company listing

“This ranking proves that we are living up to our promise of powering possibility in Africa." - Exxaro CEO, Mxolisi Mgojo

Mining and agriculture: Could repurposed farmland help create jobs?

As mining decreases in South Africa, it’s important not to lose sight of the opportunities that rehabilitated mining areas can bring.

Mining Elites 2020 recap: Excellence in Coal

Exxaro is going to be instrumental in proving that coal can be mined sustainably and in an environmentally responsible way.
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Robust virus testing is key to SA mining industry’s COVID-19 response

The Minerals Council South Africa believes that the COVID-19 testing initiatives undertaken by its member companies was an important tool used by the mining industry, firstly, to better understand the progress of the virus, and secondly, to better manage the spread of the virus.

Eskom withdraws force majeure notice to Exxaro with immediate effect

Coal miner Exxaro has received a notice from State-owned power utility Eskom advising that the utility’s force majeure notification has been withdrawn with immediate effect.