• Six managed coal mines produce 39Mtpa of power station, steam and coking coal. Most power station coal is supplied to the national power utility, Eskom.
  • Semi-coke and related products are produced for the growing ferroalloys industry.
  • Grootegeluk is one of the most efficient mining operations in the world, and runs the world’s largest coal beneficiation complex. It is the only producing mine in the coal-rich Waterberg, adjacent to Eskom’s existing Matimba and new Medupi power stations.
  • Robust pipeline of greenfield and expansion projects: – By 2017, the R3,8 billion Belfast mine is scheduled to be commissioned. At full capacity the mine will deliver around 2,2Mtpa of export steam coal and 500ktpa of power station coal.
  • Phase 1 of a bankable feasibility study for the opencast Thabametsi began in 2014 with construction planned for 2016. This will coincide with the development of GDF SUEZ’s power station project.

Coal contacts

Dr Nombasa Tsengwa   Sakkie Swanepoel
Executive head: Carbon Operations   Manager Marketing and Logistics
  Tel: +27 12 307 4090
  Fax: +27 12 307 5399