Month: October 2022

EU increased purchases of coal from South Africa

EU increased purchases of coal from South Africa to replace supplies from Russia

Imports of Russian coal to the EU countries for the first nine months of 2022 decreased by 26.3% Export of coal from South Africa to Europe in January-September 2022 reached 9.6 million tons, which is 528% more compared to the corresponding period last year. This is evidenced by the data published by the brokerage company

one of the last places in South Africa to get lost

Surfers vs. miners for “one of the last places in South Africa to get lost”

The expansion of mining activity on the Atlantic coast of the African country pits mining companies against surfers, environmentalists and residents of the area. With its pink flamingos, white-sand beaches, turquoise water and good waves, part of South Africa’s west coast has become a battleground between mining companies and surfers and environmentalists fearful that these

the supply of manganese

In South Africa, pointed out the risk of disruption in the supply of manganese

A strike organized by employees of South African logistics company Transnet could affect manganese exports, Australian company Jupiter Mines said Oct. 7, reported. Transnet, which operates South Africa’s freight rail network and all of the country’s ports, has declared a force majeure situation at its ports after some workers went on strike. “The strike

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South Africa is phasing out coal and moving to energy – Germany helps with socially just engineering

The Ministry of Development and the Government of South Africa have agreed on the next steps for cooperation in the energy transition in South Africa. At the World Climate Conference in Glasgow almost a year ago, Germany and other donors pledged billions of dollars to support a socially just coal phase-out. Government talks in Pretoria