Our Portfolio

Coal is our primary asset, but we have investments in other minerals and resources too


Minerals and resources


We have five managed mines that produce 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.



Exxaro's FerroAlloys produces gas-atomised ferrosilicon for use in dense medium separation plants.

Iron Ore 

Exxaro owns 21% of Sishen Iron Ore Company (SIOC). They are a leading supplier of high-quality iron ore to the global steel industry, and a subsidiary of Kumba Iron Ore Limited (KIO). 


Titanium Dioxide and alkali chemicals 

We are in the process of disposing our shareholding in Tronox but currently hold a 24% stake in US-listed Tronox – a producer of titanium dioxide and alkali chemicals. 


Renewable Energy 

Cennergi (Pty) Ltd., is a 50:50 joint venture between South African-based diversified resources company Exxaro Resources Limited (Exxaro) and The Tata Power Company Limited (Tata Power), of India, through its subsidiary Khopoli Investments Limited. 

Cennergi was awarded preferred bidder status for two (2) of their on-shore wind projects, namely the Amakhala Emoyeni Wind Farm Project (“AE”) and the Tsitsikamma Community Development Wind Farm Project (“TCWF”), under the Department of Energy’s rolling renewable energy independent power producer procurement programme (“REIPPPP”). 

TCWF is located approximately 30 km west of Humansdorp, falling within the Koukamma Local Municipality in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa and comprises of 31 Vestas wind turbines with a 95.325 MW capacity. Cennergi has a 75% stake in TCWF. 

The AE wind farm is located between Cookhouse and Bedford in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. The 134.4 MW wind farm comprises of 56 Nordex turbines, each with a 91 m hub height and 2.4 MW capacity. Cennergi has a 95% stake in AE. 

Both windfarms were successfully commissioned in 2016. 




Exxaro owns 26% of Black Mountain, a subsidiary of Vedanta. The mine is in the Northern Cape.