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Grindrod Rail’s focus firmly on Africa as mining expands

rivate rail service provider Grindrod Rail is well placed to take advantage of the demand for commodities from Africa, providing key services for strategic customers wishing to get their product to port and supporting national rail operators in...
29th August 2014
 
COAL

CoAL to pay Grindrod $10m for Matola capacity underutilisation

Matola Coal Terminal ASX-, Aim- and JSE-listed Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) has reached a $10-million agreement with Grindrod subsidiaries Grindrod Corridor Management and Terminal de Carvão da Matola for the settlement of historic and future liabilities relating to...
27th August 2014
 
RAIL

TFR embarks on rail maintenance in Mpumalanga

Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) has shut down some rail lines leading from Witbank and Phalaborwa to the ports of Richards Bay and Maputo from June 12 to 23 for yearly maintenance. The closure of the lines has affected traffic along the N4 highway...
17th June 2014
 
COAL

Universal starts hot commissioning at Kangala

South Africa-focused coal miner Universal Coal has started hot commissioning of its dense medium separation (DMS) circuit at its Kangala washing plant, about 65 km east of Johannesburg in the Witbank coalfield in Mpumalanga. Once completed, the...
16th June 2014
 
IRON-ORE

Moonlight tips value scale at $33m - Ferrum Crescent

Junior iron-ore developer Ferrum Crescent on Wednesday resumed its share trading on the ASX, revealing an independent valuation report on its Moonlight project, in Limpopo, South Africa, which valued the project at between $24.8-million and...
11th June 2014
 
COAL

Development of black junior coal sector now a matter of urgency

Securing sufficient thermal coal for State-owned power utility Eskom to keep the lights on going forward is vital in the face of what coal commentators refer to as a projected Eskom coal supply ‘cliff’ from 2015 – a 60-million-ton yearly...
6th June 2014
 
ENERGY MINERALS

Development of black junior coal sector now a matter of urgency as Eskom approaches ‘supply cliff’

Securing sufficient thermal coal for State-owned power utility Eskom to keep the lights on going forward is vital in the face of what coal commentators refer to as a projected Eskom coal supply ‘cliff’ from 2015 – a 60-million-ton yearly...
6th June 2014
 
GAS

DoE aiming to release draft gas master plan this month

The South African government’s draft Gas Utilisation Master Plan (Gump) could be released for public comment in June, should the document receive sign-off during one of the early meetings of the new Cabinet, which was named by President Jacob...
2nd June 2014
 
Mining Services

Company offers ‘SMART’ fleet solution

Mobile crane hire company Johnson Crane Hire (JCH) says it is rated among the top mobile crane fleet solutions providers in Africa because of its business philosophy, SMART, which stands for safety, maintenance, availability, reliability and total...
30th May 2014
 
RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE

SADC needs to move on cross-border rail corridor projects – DG

The development of cross-border rail corridors linking Southern African Development Community (SADC) member States is the most effective way to unlock regional trade and create sustainable cooperation between countries in the region, Public...
27th May 2014
 
PORTS INFRASTRUCTURE

TNPA offers glimpse into growth trajectory of SA’s coastal ports

The face of South Africa’s coastal ports is expected to change materially over the coming 30 years, with the ports authority’s long-term plans containing not only the anticipated expansion of commodity and container terminals, but also a...
8th May 2014
 
COAL

Universal sells first product from Kangala

ASX-listed junior Universal Coal has sold its first coal from its Kangala mine, in South Africa’s Witbank coalfield. The miner has processed and stockpiled the run-of-mine (ROM) coal mined from Kangala since February. Coal sales to South...
7th April 2014
 
 
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