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THE FUTURE OF COAL MINING IN SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa produces additional of 255 million tons of coal and consumes almost three-quarters of that domestically. South Africa is one of the seven largest coal-producing and one of the top five coal-exporting countries in the world.

By Nyiko Mahundla

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THE 2017 FREE MINING JOURNALISM TOUR TO PHALANNDWA COLLIERY MINE

On the 6th of September 2017, the Menar Academy and Canyon Company has done a great Job by offering 19 journalists across Gauteng province a trip to Phalanndwa operating mine in Delmas. This was done after the end of two-day workshops at Hyatt Regency in Rosebank.

By Julie Mahlase

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MINING AND MEDIA TOWARDS THE FUTURE OF CIVILIZATION

The South African mining industry is to this day some-what between 100 and 150 years of age since the discovery of diamond in the 1860s. For all these years, it’s worth noting that the (mining) industry has accounted for a better economic role in the country even on the rest of the world.

By Matimu Mahundla

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