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Company Announcement: Exxaro Joins the Road Transport Management System

Diversified resources company Exxaro Resources Limited has become the first company in South Africa to achieve Road Transport Management System consignor and consignee accreditation 

SA failing to take full advantage of rising commodities prices because of ‘Transnet Freight Rail inefficiencies’

By: Jonathan Faurie Black economically empowered diversified miner Exxaro Resources reports that South Africa is missing a significant gap in global commodity demand because of parasatal Transnet Freight Rail’s logistical inefficiencies.  

Exxaro expresses frustration with service levels on coal line

By: Jonathan Faurie Black–economically empowered diversified miner Exxaro Resources says that it is yet to receive clarity from State-owned freight logistics group Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) as to when its coal line will operating at a level that will allow it to take fuller advantage of the current upswing in... 

Increased demand from AMSA sees Exxaro deliver 29% more coking coal into local market

By: Jonathan Faurie Exxaro, one of South Africa’s largest black economically-empowered mining companies, reported at its presentation of results for the six months ending June 30 that the company was pleased by the increased demand from steel producer ArcelorMittal South Africa, which had allowed Exxaro to increase... 

Flurry of analyst support for Exxaro’s downstream coal surge 

By: Martin Creamer Mining analysts normally balk at miners going downstream into areas beyond their core competency. In the main, they want miners to stick to mining and to keep things simple. But even Doubting Thomas mining analysts were turned into enthusiastic supporters of Exxaro’s downstream foray in the... 

Exxaro takes coal business into high-margin downstream arena

By: Martin Creamer The JSE-listed diversified mining company Exxaro on Thursday took its coal business downstream in a move that has the potential to match the current earnings of its flagship Grootegeluk coal mine in the next five years. In opening its R300-million, 140 000-t/y char plant in Lephalale, Exxaro CEO... 

12/12/2008 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer In this broadcast: March 25 has been set as the date on which South Africa’s Sumbandila satellite will be blasted into space; Black-controlled coal miner Exxaro says it wants to be allowed to rail its own coal in partnership with the State-owned Transnet, which is losing foreign exchange by... 

Tranter gearing up for listing of its diverse mining assets

By: Martin Creamer The dark horse of South Africa's diverse mining industry is Tranter Holdings, on which there are top black mining-industry personalities. 

BEE 'dark horse' gears for mining listing

By: Martin Creamer The new dark horse of South Africa's diverse mining industry is black-owned, black-managed Tranter Holdings, on which there are top black mining personalities. 

R1bn-plus coal-terminal expansion gets moving at last

By: Terence Creamer The opportunity cost to South Africa arising from the more than four-year delay in moving ahead with the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) expansion, in Kwazulu-Natal, undoubtedly ran into billions of rands in lost export earnings. 

R1bn-plus coalterminal expansion gets moving at last

By: Terence Creamer The opportunity cost to South Africa arising from the more than four-year delay in moving ahead with the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) expansion, in Kwazulu-Natal, undoubtedly ran into the billions of rands in lost export earnings. 

Scaled-up coal-terminal expansion finally announced

By: Terence Creamer South Africa's private coal-export terminal, the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT), yesterday announced a scaled-up version of its much-anticipated and delayed expansion, revealing that it would now enlarge capacity from the existing 72-million t/y base to 92-million t/y by July 2008. 

Company has broad beneficial base

Eyesizwe Coal is a black-owned mining company, which has a broad beneficial base of previously-disadvantaged individuals. ?Its philosophy is to act with responsibility to all its stakeholders, which includes its shareholders, employees, customers, local communities, government, suppliers and others. 

The intense challenge of SA's inadequate railway capacity

Marketing and coal logistics are the key responsibilities of Eyesizwe Coal’s Mxolisi Mgojo. 

The new face at SA’s coal-face

By: System Author Developing an energy company, as opposed to a coal companyc is the long-term vision for Eyesizwe Mining, which has been named as the party which could become the future controlling shareholder in NewCoal. 

Who will be NewCoal king?

By: System Author A king, a government minister’s wife, the first black South African nuclear physicist, the head of the Independent Electoral Commission and a coalminer are members of the consortia which are bidding for NewCoal, the empowerment venture initiated by Anglo Coal and Ingwe. 

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