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Vele Colliery Home MCMining Limited

Vele Colliery is a semi-soft coking and thermal coal colliery in the Tuli Coalfield located 48km west of Musina in the Limpopo province of South Africa. The project has been on care and maintenance since 2013 and Vele’s processing plant will be modified to further process the Makhado Phase 1 coal.

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Vele Colliery Project Mining Technology Mining News

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 Limpopo Coal Company, in which Coal Africa Limited (CoAL) holds 80% of Limpopo Coal’s shares. Eyesize Coal

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Vele coal mine Global Energy Monitor

On October 19, 2011, Reuters reported that shares in Coal of Africa jumped as much as 21 percent after South Africa lifted the suspension of a key licence at its Vele colliery, allowing the miner to press ahead with plans to start production in 2012.

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Vele Colliery Mine next to the Mapungubwe National Park in

One notable example is that of Australian-owned Coal of Africa Ltd. (CoAL)’s Vele Colliery open-cast and underground mine proposed 7km from the Mapungubwe National Park [1]. Locals feared potential consequences of pollution, unemployment, threats to eco-tourism and agriculture, and land-grabbing [14].

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Coal of Africa to resume operations at Vele Colliery

The South African Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs has lifted suspension of the integrated water use licence for Coal of Africa's Vele Colliery in the Limpopo Province. With this action, Coal of Africa will commence its full operations at Vele and mobilise all remaining operational activities to complete the remaining construction at

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Coal of Africa commences mining at Vele Colliery S&P

South African coal exploration, development and mining company Coal of Africa reported Tuesday that it had been given the green light to at its Vele coking coal colliery in the Tuli coalfield, Limpopo province.

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Coal of Africa Limited mining companies in Africa

Apr 02, 2017· Coal of Africa Limited Coal Mining in South Africa. Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) is a developing South African coal mining company. CoAL’s three main projects are the Vele Colliery, the Makhado Project and MbeuYashu, known as the Greater Soutpansberg Project.

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Coal of Africa’s Vele colliery water licence renewed for

Jan 13, 2016· Triple-listed coal company Coal of Africa (CoAL’s) Integrated Water Use Licence (IWUL) for its Vele colliery in the Limpopo Province has been renewed for a further 20 years.. In March 2011, Vele’s original IWUL was granted for a period of five years. Furthermore, the IWUL has been amended in line with the requirements for the Plant Modification Project (PMP) at the colliery.

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Production ceases at Vele Colliery The Citizen

Seboka Coal Yard workers load coal into bags, 23 July 2013. Production has ceased at Coal of Africa Limited’s (CoAL) Vele Colliery in Limpopo to prepare for a R220 million expansion at the mine

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Coal of Africa to resume operations at Vele Colliery

The South African Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs has lifted suspension of the integrated water use licence for Coal of Africa's Vele Colliery in the Limpopo Province. With this action, Coal of Africa will commence its full operations at Vele and mobilise all remaining operational activities to complete the remaining construction at

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Environmental appeal for Coal of Africa Vele colliery

Nov 19, 2015· South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs minister, Edna Molewa, has dismissed an appeal against the environmental authorisation amendments granted for Coal of Africa ’s Vele colliery in the Limpopo Province.. Coal of Africa (CoAL) was granted amended environmental authorisation in January 2015 in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA).

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Vele colliery, South Africa Mining Weekly

Name: Vele colliery. Location: The Vele colliery project is situated in the magisterial district of Musina, in South Africa’s Limpopo province.

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Vele colliery Mining News

Coal of Africa (CoAL) had to halt operations at its Vele colliery due to heavy rains that flooded its mine. The colliery is located in the Tuli coalfield in Limpopo, approximately 48 km west of Musina. It contains an estimated coking coal resource...

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Coal of Africa’s Vele colliery water licence renewed for

Jan 13, 2016· Triple-listed coal company Coal of Africa (CoAL’s) Integrated Water Use Licence (IWUL) for its Vele colliery in the Limpopo Province has been renewed for a further 20 years.. In March 2011, Vele’s original IWUL was granted for a period of five years. Furthermore, the IWUL has been amended in line with the requirements for the Plant Modification Project (PMP) at the colliery.

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Vele colliery ‘will use less water’

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

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Vele colliery savingwater

The NGOs are also appealing Vele’s mining right and environmental management plan with the Department of Mineral Resources. At the same time, Vele is undergoing a “rectification process” after Coal of Africa was served with a compliance notice in August by the Department of Environmental Affairs to stop construction of the colliery.

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Coal Of Africa Hosts Open Day To Discuss Vele Colliery Project

Coal Of Africa Hosts Open Day To Discuss Vele Colliery Project Coal of Africa (CoAL), an emerging South African coal producer listed on ASX/JSE/AIM, yesterday held an open day at Musina in the Limpopo province to discuss the planned opencast and underground semi-soft coking coal

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Production ceases at Vele Colliery The Citizen

Seboka Coal Yard workers load coal into bags, 23 July 2013. Production has ceased at Coal of Africa Limited’s (CoAL) Vele Colliery in Limpopo to prepare for a R220 million expansion at the mine

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Coal Of Africa Vele

Coal of Africa Ltd said the Integrated Water Use Licence (IWUL) for its Vele Colliery, in the Limpopo Province, has been renewed for a further 20 years. BankTrack Coal of Africa. Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) . In 2009 CoAL promised that the Vele colliery would create 826 jobs in the operational phase, but the total number of jobs was 342

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CoAL takes delivery of Vele plant Miningmx

Apr 24, 2012· [miningmx] — COAL of Africa’s first producing coking coal colliery in South Africa, the Vele mine in Limpopo, on Tuesday took delivery of the plant from the project engineering consultants, ELB Engineering Services (ELB), at an official handover ceremony.

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Further delay at CoAL's Vele colliery Miningmx

Nov 30, 2010· It is against this background of problems with Vele as well as the group’s Mooiplaats colliery in Mpumalanga that CoAL’s decision to buy Rio Tinto’s Chapudi project for $75m has to be assessed. Wallington said: “I guess you could view that decision as a sign of confidence in South Africa, given what we have gone through.

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Vele colliery near Mapungubwe opposed

The proposed Vele colliery is said to have the potential to produce five-million tons a year of coking coal, starting with one-million tons a year and ramping up to full capacity by 2011. The

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Freeman Chauke Environmental Control Officer Limpopo

Limpopo Coal of Africa(Vele Colliery) Mar 2013 Present 7 years 10 months Monitoring on daily basis, activities during the construction, operation and decommissioning phases of the project to ensure that mine complies with the conditions of the environmental authorization, environmental legislation, environmental best practices/standards and

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