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Kumba says a study beyond-60-million tons a year of iron-ore is imminent.
Eskom is positioned to power Angloplat's growth.
And, ArcelorMittal South Africa scraps the steel surcharge, but higher ore prices are to be reflected in a new all-in price.
The external concept study that is expected to shed fresh light on the expansion of the Sishen-Saldanha rail capacity beyond 60-million tons a year should be available soon.
Kumba Iron Ore CEO Chris Griffith
Anglo Platinum CEO Neville Nicolau says that State-owned power utility Eskom is positioned to meet the growth requirements of Anglo Platinum.
Anglo Platinum CEO Neville Nicolau
Africa's largest steelmaker ArcelorMittal South Africa will suspend a controversial iron-ore surcharge and begin charging a "single all-in price", reflecting the higher cost of iron-ore as agreed in an interim price agreement with Kumba Iron Ore.
ArcelorMittal SA CEO Nonkululeko Nyembezi-Heita
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