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The company operates a number of crushing plants ranging in size from +/- 50 tons per hour to 500 tons from single stage crushing plants to 5 stage crushing plants.

Our fleet of equipment consists of the most modern crushers available, giving the company the ability to produce a wide range of products including roadstone, high quality manufactured concrete sand, base course, concrete aggregates, water-bound Macadam, ballast and filter media.

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Greenpeace opposes Eskom’s application to postpone air quality legislation compliance

By: Simone Liedtke     19th March 2019 Nonprofit organisation Greenpeace Africa on Tuesday reaffirmed its opposition to State-owned Eskom’s application for further postponements and/or suspensions from air quality legislation. The organisation explained that, in the interests of realising the Constitutional right to a healthy... 

Eskom to seek special procurement dispensation to help it address ‘crisis’ 

By: Terence Creamer     19th March 2019 Crisis-ridden power utility Eskom is approaching the Auditor-General and the National Treasury to seek approval for a special procurement dispensation that will allow it to accelerate the purchase of critical goods and services required to address ongoing breakdowns of its coal fleet. The... 

Menar’s Canyon offers Eskom cheaper coal on open-book basis  

By: Martin Creamer     19th March 2019 Coal mining company Canyon Coal, a Menar group company, is prepared to offer coal to State-owned electricity utility Eskom at a cheaper price on an open-book basis from two new projects. The Menar group, which does not supply coal to Eskom at present, employs 3 500 people on a R7-billion asset... 

Mantashe gunning for illegal mining syndicate leaders

By: News24Wire      19th March 2019 Illegal mining operations and criminal syndicates steal, per annum, the equivalent of the total output of South Africa's legal gold mining operations in 2018. The Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe, however, has a plan to take down the criminal syndicates and zama zamas. 

Bengalla continues to deliver for New Hope

By: Esmarie Iannucci     19th March 2019 Coal miner New Hope has reported a 21% jump in revenue for the half-year ended January, while profits jumped by 33% on the previous corresponding period. New Hope on Tuesday reported revenues of A$616.7-million first the first half of the year, while profits before tax was reported at... 

BHP adds to its board

By: Esmarie Iannucci     19th March 2019 Diversified miner BHP has appointed Ian Cockerill and Susan Kilsby as independent non-executive directors to the company’s board, effective from April 1. Cockerill has extensive mining experience and has held a number of management roles, including as CEO of Anglo Coal and Gold Fields, and has... 

Rio Tinto must face SEC suit over Mozambique coal assets 

By: Bloomberg     19th March 2019 Rio Tinto Group must face a US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) lawsuit over the company’s valuation of coal assets in Mozambique, a federal judge ruled. US authorities in October 2017 filed fraud charges against London-based Rio Tinto, former CEO Tom Albanese and former CFO Guy... 

Channelling Thatcher, South Africa’s President takes on its unions

By: Bloomberg     18th March 2019 In 1987, an anti-apartheid firebrand named Cyril Ramaphosa led South Africa’s biggest-ever mining strike. Some 300 000 miners – from a union Ramaphosa himself had founded – walked off the job, protesting pay and working conditions. The mining company “used fascist methods to destroy workers’... 

Allegiance's Tenas project proves up

By: Esmarie Iannucci     18th March 2019 A definitive feasibility study (DFS) into the Tenas coal project, in British Columbia, has found that the project could produce some 750 000 t/y of saleable coal. ASX-listed Allegiance Coal on Monday reported that the DFS estimated a 22-year mine for the project, extracting just 15% of the... 

The coal miner who bet everything on US power markets and lost

By: Bloomberg     18th March 2019 Eleven years ago, Cloud Peak Energy made an all-or-nothing bet its rivals were unwilling to match: that coal would remain indispensable to the US power sector. That gamble has now pushed it to the brink of bankruptcy. 

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