CoAL to go ahead with Makhado coking coal plan amid threats of legal action
Apr 26, 2012 | 09:00 PM
South African coal miner Coal of Africa (CoAL) will proceed with its Makhado coking coal project despite threats of legal opposition to a proposed rail link, the company said this week.
Local Afrikaans-language newspaper Beeld recently reported farmers’ opposition to CoAL’s plan to build a 22.5km railway spur to link the Makhado mine to an existing rail line for the....
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