Response to Eskom’s RCA application - Chamber of Mines South Africa – If granted, the R66.6 billion increase which will be passed onto consumers will result in mine closures and will have a severely negative impact on other sectors that depend on the mining sector.
Media briefing by the Chamber of Mines at Mining Indaba 2018 – Ensuring that South Africa remains competitive and able to meet energy demands in the context of a developing economy, while at the same time reducing the country’s carbon emissions will require close collaboration between all stakeholders including suppliers, users of coal and regulators.
BUSINESS LIVE – President Jacob Zuma says that transformation in the energy sector is paramount and international investors will have to partner with South Africans in the future.
FIN24 – When the long-awaited Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is released for public comment next week, the primary focus will be on whether or not – and how much – nuclear energy is included in South Africa’s energy mix.
MINING REVIEW – It is perfectly true that coal-fired power stations, and their associated mining operations, used to be massive pollutants of the air and their environment.
IOL – CAPE TOWN - South Africa still has years of coal mining ahead, but according to a 2010 study on peak coal production in South Africa, the amount and quality of coal will decrease from 2020 onwards.