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Vele Colliery Project Mining Technology Mining

2021-4-9  The Vele colliery project is located on the northern border of South Africa’s Limpopo province. The mine spreads across ten farms with 8,663ha of land. It is owned by

Vele Coal Mine Vacancies Hemro-Tech

2020-4-13coal of africa limited coal mining in south africa coal of africa limited coal is a developing south african coal mining company coals three main projects are

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Vele Colliery Project Mining Technology . The Vele colliery project is located on the northern border of South Africa's Limpopo province. The mine spreads

LIMPOPO COAL COMPANY MAPUNGUBWE Importance

case centres on the establishment of the Vele colliery in Musina, Limpopo Province, by Limpopo Coal (Pty) Ltd, a subsidiary of Australian mining company Coal of

CoAL restarts Vele operations

2013-2-1  Johannesburg Junior coal mining company Coal of Africa (CoAL) has restarted limited operations at its Vele colliery in South Africa following heavy rainfall and

Jobs in the balance as Vele awaits go-ahead

2011-7-1  Hundreds of people who have been unemployed since the suspension of operations at the Vele colliery near the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site will have to wait at

Phase 1 of Makhado coal project approved Crown

2019-3-15  Phase 1 commences with the development of the Makhado west pit as well as modifications to the existing Vele colliery processing plant. The drilling programme

Limpopo Mirror News CoAL closing in on local coal

2017-2-4  The company announced on Monday that they had received the environmental go-ahead for their Vele Colliery. According to CoAL, the environmental authorisation that

Vele Colliery store and processing plant PAGE

2018-6-30  Project, Vele Colliery and Greater Soutpansberg Project is according to the Australasian Joint Ore Reserves Committee (JORC) guidelines, carried out by the Company’s Competent Person, John Sparrow. The principle Competent Persons involved in this declaration are Mr JCHK Sparrow and Mr MJ Bronn. Mr Sparrow is in the full time employ of the

Vele's development costs soar Miningmx

2010-10-28  The company in March estimated capital expenditure required to develop the Vele Colliery was R450m. “This estimate has now been revised to R571.4m and includes expenses attributable to the suspension of activities on site, primarily the de-mobilisation of equipment and manpower, box-cut design and infrastructure plan adjustments as well as

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case centres on the establishment of the Vele colliery in Musina, Limpopo Province, by Limpopo Coal (Pty) Ltd, a subsidiary of Australian mining company Coal of Africa (CoAL). The mining area is some 8500 ha in extent and, taking into account the full life of the mine, will at one stage lie 7km from the borders of the Mapungubwe National Park.

Activities report for the quarter ended 31 March 2021

2021-3-31  Vele Semi-Soft Coking and Thermal Coal Colliery Limpopo (Tuli) Coalfield (100% owned) The Vele Colliery remained on care and maintenance during the quarter and no LTIs were recorded during the period (FY2021 Q2: nil). The Vele processing plant is to be refurbished and recommissioned as part of Phase 1 development of the Makhado Project.

ANNOUNCEMENT 30 APRIL 2012 REPORT FOR THE

2012-4-29  company operating in South Africa, is pleased to provide its operational report, together with its subsidiaries, for the quarter ended 31 March 2012. A copy of this report is available on the Company's website, coalofafrica. Highlights • Commissioning of processing plant at the Vele coking coal colliery (“Vele Colliery”) and

CoAL restarts Vele operations IOL News that

2013-2-1  Johannesburg Junior coal mining company Coal of Africa (CoAL) has restarted limited operations at its Vele colliery in South Africa following heavy rainfall and flooding around the mine.

REPORT FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 31 MARCH 2013

2013-4-28  Vele Colliery Limpopo (Tuli) Coalfield (100%) Vele recorded no LTIs during the quarter (FY2013 Q2: one LTI) reflecting the intensified emphasis on health and safety. While Vele continued to produce saleable export quality thermal coal for part of the reporting period the

Phase 1 of Makhado coal project approved Crown

2019-3-15  Phase 1 commences with the development of the Makhado west pit as well as modifications to the existing Vele colliery processing plant. The drilling programme completed in Q4 CY2018 confirms the west pit’s limit of oxidation at 17 m below surface, indicating that

Jobs in the balance as Vele awaits go-ahead

2011-7-1  Hundreds of people who have been unemployed since the suspension of operations at the Vele colliery near the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site

Limpopo Mirror News CoAL closing in on local coal

2017-2-4  The company announced on Monday that they had received the environmental go-ahead for their Vele Colliery. According to CoAL, the environmental authorisation that they received, in terms of the National Environmental Management Act and the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations, will enable them to implement “stream diversion[s] and

Vele Coal Mine Vacancies Hemro-Tech

2020-4-13coal of africa limited coal mining in south africa coal of africa limited coal is a developing south african coal mining company coals three main projects are the vele colliery the makhado project and mbeuyashu known as the greater soutpansbe...

Activities report for the quarter ended 31 March 2021

2021-3-31  Vele Semi-Soft Coking and Thermal Coal Colliery Limpopo (Tuli) Coalfield (100% owned) The Vele Colliery remained on care and maintenance during the quarter and no LTIs were recorded during the period (FY2021 Q2: nil). The Vele processing plant is to be refurbished and recommissioned as part of Phase 1 development of the Makhado Project.

Vele colliery ‘will use less water’ Mining Safety

2020-10-30  Coal of Africa chief executive John Wallington said the group’s controversial Vele colliery, located 6km from Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site, would have “the most monitored water use licence in the country”. He was responding to an announcement last week by a coalition of civil society groups that they would take a Department

CoAL restarts Vele operations IOL News that

2013-2-1  Johannesburg Junior coal mining company Coal of Africa (CoAL) has restarted limited operations at its Vele colliery in South Africa following heavy rainfall and flooding around the mine.

REPORT FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 31 MARCH 2013

2013-4-28  Vele Colliery Limpopo (Tuli) Coalfield (100%) Vele recorded no LTIs during the quarter (FY2013 Q2: one LTI) reflecting the intensified emphasis on health and safety. While Vele continued to produce saleable export quality thermal coal for part of the reporting period the

ANNOUNCEMENT 30 APRIL 2012 REPORT FOR THE

2012-11-23  Production at Vele Colliery commences and Makhado Project Definitive Feasibility Study progressing well oal of Africa Limited (oAL or the ompany ) the coal exploration, development and mining company operating in South Africa, is pleased to provide its operational report, together with its subsidiaries, for the quarter ended 31 March 2012.

Colliery back in business The Mail & Guardian

2011-10-31  The Vele property has the potential to be a significant producer of coking coal and in so doing will create jobs and generate economic activity for the province and the country. The company

Kruger Park News Mapungubwe mining impact on

The coalition of civil society organisations challenging the authorisations given to mining company Limpopo Coal (Pty) Ltd's proposed Vele colliery outside the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site has agreed to suspend legal proceedings against the mining company pending the outcome of negotiations with it.

Limpopo Mirror News CoAL closing in on local coal

2017-2-4  The company announced on Monday that they had received the environmental go-ahead for their Vele Colliery. According to CoAL, the environmental authorisation that they received, in terms of the National Environmental Management Act and the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations, will enable them to implement “stream diversion[s] and

Jobs in the balance as Vele awaits go-ahead

2011-7-1  Hundreds of people who have been unemployed since the suspension of operations at the Vele colliery near the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site