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Sasol is ‘excited' by South Africa’s gas-to-power prospects.
ARM declares a dividend despite the copper price blow.
And, Kibo says Tanzania’s power project will be competitive.
Energy and chemicals group Sasol has indicated a desire to participate in South Africa’s upcoming gas-to-power programme.
Sasol Executive VP Southern African Operations Bernard Klingenberg
Despite the unfavourable copper price faced by diversified miner African Rainbow Minerals, the company has resolved to remain profitable, declaring a dividend for the year ended June 30.
ARM CEO Mike Schmidt
Dual-listed Kibo Mining expects its Mbeya coal-to-power project, in Tanzania, to produce electricity at “well below” national electricity tariffs.
Kibo CEO Louis Coetzee
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