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Department warns mines to comply

Estimates hint that the scaling down of work in response to Covid-19 will result in a sharp drop in production in April and by 4.5% for the year

Eskom loses billions on coal contracts

The beleaguered utility has been paying vastly different prices to its various suppliers

Zondo commission to hear how the Guptas nabbed their Optimum coal mine

Former Glencore CEO Clinton Ephron will take the stand on Wednesday and is set to outline how the company was pressured into selling the Optimum mine

Zwane’s role in alleged Eskom corruption ‘cannot be ignored’

The former minister’s role in Gupta-owned Tegeta’s acquisition of the Optimum Coal Mine is to be closely probed by Zondo commission

Glencore pledges to limit coal production

Glencore notes it is well-positioned to support the transition to a lower-carbon economy

Wild swings in Sasol’s fortunes

The company’s shares have seesawed madly – largely because of the volatility of the oil price and the rand

Glencore to cooperate with US justice dept probe

The mining company was reportedly subpoenaed by the US department

Mining giant Glencore facing US corruption probe

The Swiss-based corporation said it was being probed by the US in a corruption investigation linked to its business in Nigeria, Venezuela and the DRC

Parliament legal resources stretched as Zwane inquiry looms

Parliament has only 9 legal advisers but there are currently more than 40 committees in the House and five state capture inquiries to be established

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Small towns not ready for level 3

Officials in Beaufort West, which is on a route that links the Cape with the rest of the country, are worried relaxed lockdown regulations mean residents are now at risk of contracting Covid-19

Nurses work and care in fear of Covid

Staff at Tygerberg hospital detail how, despite their fear of the coronavirus, they continue to help in the medical response to the pandemic

Eastern Cape fails tracing and testing

With the shift to lockdown level three on Monday, details are emerging of how the previous relaxation added pressure to the already poorly performing Eastern Cape Covid-19 response

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