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Multiple large scale coking
coal projects with a
significant resource base

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Our strategy is to create
scale through consolidation
of coking coal assets

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We have a well-defined path
for long-term growth
in coking coal

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Strategically located assets with access to key domestic clients and main coal export corridors

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Potential to expand port capacity
by 10-20Mtpa to accommodate planned production growth

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Attractive coking and thermal coal demand and supply fundamentals

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Led by a strong and
experienced management
team

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Stable and concentrated shareholder register

Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) is an emerging coal exploration, development and mining company operating in South Africa. CoAL's key projects include the Vele Colliery (coking and thermal coal), the Greater Soutpansberg Project /MbeuYashu, including CoAL's Makhado Project (coking and thermal coal). With good access to rail and port infrastructure, CoAL can effectively service domestic and international markets; providing a much-needed resource for economic growth and development for the country and the provinces in which we operate.

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KEY PROJECTS

Makhado

The Makhado Project in the Soutpansberg Coalfield, 36km north of Makhado town on the N1 or 65km southwest of Musina and 80km southeast of Vele, Limpopo Province, is CoAL’s most advanced feasibility-stage project. The resource will initially be mined on an opencast basis over 16 years with the potential for further expansion into underground. More on Makhado

Makhado Project  Newsletter

The December 2015 issue of Makhado Mail is out

This issue focuses on education as a mechanism for socio-economic transformation. Read about the launch of the Makhado Project Bursary Fund, which will offer 10 bursaries to top performing students in the project area.

Read the launch issue of Makhado Mail, our digital, interactive newsletter. Learn more about the Makhado Project and our interaction with the communities surrounding the Project, as we strive to create sustainable value through mining for all stakeholders.

Makhado Project Bursary Fund Road Show

During September, the CoAL Bursary Fund (CBF) team went on a three-day roadshow to each of nine schools in the Soutpansberg North and Nzhelele West circuits, at which the Makhado Project Bursary Fund was officially launched among Grades 11 and 12 students. Watch video

Vele

Vele

Vele Colliery in the Tuli Coalfield, 48km west of Musina, Limpopo Province, started production of thermal coal in January 2012. Extensive product testing, to confirm the quality of the coking coal, is now underway. Vele is targeting the production of 2.7Mtpa run-of-mine (ROM) and approximately 1.0Mtpa saleable product. More on Vele

Vele Colliery Musina Sod Turning Event

On 20 November 2015, CoAL, Vele Colliery and the Musina Municipality officially launched the start of the Sidewalk Paving Project of Elias Ramothibedi Street in Musina. Watch video

Renaissance Secondary School Handover

In line with Vele Colliery’s Social and Labour Plan commitments, CoAL handed over a second classroom block to the Limpopo Department of Education in April 2015. Watch video

HISTORIC BIODIVERSITY OFFSET AGREEMENT FOR THE VELE COLLIERY

The biodiversity offset agreement for Vele Colliery is based on the ecosystem approach to biodiversity management.

 

RESOURCE AND RESERVE STATEMENT UPDATE

13 June 2012

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FINANCIAL REPORTS

Integrated report 2015
26 OCTOBER 2015
Posting of integrated report 2015
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MAKHADO DEFINITIVE FEASIBILITY STUDY

19 June 2013

GREATER SOUTPANSBERG PROJECT PERMITTING