• Vele Colliery 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. The Vele plant modifications consist of, amongst

  • Vele Colliery Project Mining Technology Mining News

    Oct 13, 2020· 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 holds the remaining 20% shares. In 2009, CoAL concluded agreements to

  • Vele coal mine Global Energy Monitor

    Background. Vele coal mine is a coking coal mine project by MCMining, formerly Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL), located in Limpopo Province. The mine has estimated recoverable reserves of 361 million tons (Mt) of metallurgical coal.

  • Coal of Africa to resume operations at Vele Colliery

    Oct 20, 2011· The South African Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs has lifted suspension of the integrated water use lnce 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 the Vele mine.

  • 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].

  • 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).

  • MC Mining gets go-ahead to restart Vele colliery

    MC Mining, previously known as CoaL of Africa Limited, has received all the necessary approvals to restart the Vele colliery. Vele’s original integrated-water-use lnce (IWUL) was granted in March 2011 for a period of five years. Later, the company decided to apply for an amendment as a result of planned modifications to Vele’s coal-processing

  • Coal of Africa to resume operations at Vele Colliery

    Oct 20, 2011· The South African Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs has lifted suspension of the integrated water use lnce 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

  • 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).

  • 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].

  • Coal of Africa’s Vele colliery water lnce renewed for

    Jan 13, 2016· Triple-listed coal company Coal of Africa (CoAL’s) Integrated Water Use Lnce (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.

  • MC Mining gets go-ahead to restart Vele colliery

    MC Mining, previously known as CoaL of Africa Limited, has received all the necessary approvals to restart the Vele colliery. Vele’s original integrated-water-use lnce (IWUL) was granted in March 2011 for a period of five years. Later, the company decided to apply for an amendment as a result of planned modifications to Vele’s coal

  • 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

  • Coal of Africa Mining News

    Coal of Africa will undertake a R220 million expansion at Vele colliery as part of a project development focused on its coking coal assets, writes Vicky Sidler. This follows the re-evaluation and confirmation of the quality of coal at Vele, and the

  • Coal Of Africa Vele

    Coal Of Africa Vele. COAL of Africa is poised to take full ownership of the Vele coking coal project in South Africas Limpopo province through a scripbased deal to acquire the remaining Coal Of Africa To Resume Operations At Vele Colliery. Oct 20 2011nbsp018332with this action coal of africa will commence its full operations at vele and

  • Vele colliery, South Africa Mining Weekly

    Vele colliery, South Africa. Construction and commissioning of the Vele colliery began in 2009; however, CoAL was forced to stop activities at the Vele site in 2010, following noncompliance

  • Makhado MCMining Limited

    MC Mining’s flagship Makhado hard coking and thermal coal project in the Soutpansberg coalfield in the Limpopo province is situated 36km north of the town of Makhado and 80km southeast of the Vele Colliery. The phased development of the Makhado Project will ensure continued scaility.

  • 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 not in August by the Department of Environmental Affairs to stop construction of the colliery.

  • Production ceases at Vele Colliery The Citizen

    Seboka Coal Yard ers 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

  • 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

  • Vele colliery Mining News

    CoAL obtains authorisation for plant modification project Phila Mzamo Jan 31, 2017 The South African Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) has granted an environmental authorisation in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (Nema) and the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations, to Vele Colliery Coal of