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Exxaro celebrates 2 years fatality-free

Exxaro celebrates 2 years fatality-free

Coal mining giant Exxaro Resources has recorded a period of just over 2 years of fatality-free production at all of its mines.
The man who bought the troubled Barberton gold mine in which three workers remain trapped underground is reportedly hiring in March 2019.

New Lily Mine owner is hiring in March 2019

The man who bought the troubled Barberton gold mine in which three workers remain trapped underground is reportedly hiring in March 2019.
Glencore lends a hand for Covid-19

Glencore lends a hand for Covid-19

Coal mining giant Glencore has donated testing kids, masks, sanitisers, soaps, screeners, internet data and JoJo tanks for Covid-19 in Mpumalanga.
013NEWS is charged R35k for using June 1976 photo

013NEWS is charged R35k for using June 1976 photo

Mpumalanga's online newspaper 013NEWS is being charged an amount of R35 000 for using Sam Nzima's iconic June 1976 photograph
eMalahleni taxi fares go up

eMalahleni taxi fares go up

The Local Taxi Association (LOTA) in eMalahleni has announced eMalahleni taxi fares went up by R1 as of 1 June 2017 due to the industry being under pressure
Eskom warns of high volume of coal-trucks on roads

Eskom warns of high volume of coal-trucks on roads

Eskom has urged all road users to be vigilant of coal trucks, especially on the major roads to and from coal-fired power stations and coal mines.
Fred Arendse cries Australian sabotage in failed Lily Mine deal

Fred Arendse cries Australian sabotage in failed Lily Mine deal

Emerging mining business leader Fred Arendse is crying foul at his failed attempts to own the embattled Lily gold mine in Barberton. 
Mkhondo coal mine gives 5% ownership to workers

Mkhondo coal mine gives 5% ownership to workers

The new company that has taken over the Kangra coal mine in the Mkhondo area of Mpumalanga has given 5% of the company to its workers to own.
Half of Toyota cars sold by 2030 will be electric

Half of Toyota cars sold by 2030 will be electric

Toyota has announced that it wants half of its 10 million global sales to come from electric-powered vehicles by the year 2030.
Mario Morfou says he regrets selling Mpumalanga Black Aces

Mario Morfou says he regrets selling Mpumalanga Black Aces

South African football club operator Mario Morfou has said that he regrets a 2016 decision he took with his brother George to sell Mpumalanga Black Aces.

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