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Vele coal mine Global Energy Monitor

Vele coal mine is a proposed coking project, owned by MCMining, set to produce 1.5 million tonnes per annum, in Limpopo province, South Africa.. According to #MineAlert, a project of South Africa's Oxpeckers Investigative Environmental Journalism, mining remains "halted" at the site.

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Mining threatens Mapungubwe Fin24. Feb 03, 2010 CoAL Africa announced on Tuesday it was awarded a licence by the deparment of minerals to set up an opencast coal mine and a power station, called Vele coal mine/Mulilo power station, in the buffer zone of the ecologically sensitive and culturally valuable Mapungubwe.

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Australian company Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) was recently given the go ahead to begin construction of an opencast and underground coal mine within less than 6km from the borders of the Mapungubwe National Park and adjacent to the World Heritage Site, with the approval of the Environmental Management Plan for the proposed Vele Colliery.

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New mining threat at Mapungubwe heritage site Oxpeckers

In the case of Mapungubwe, this requirement was tested nearly a decade ago, when Australian company Coal of Africa established its Vele Colliery in the buffer zone. Coal of Africa, known as MC Mining since 2018, was not the only company sniffing around Mapungubwe. A prospecting licence was granted to Micawber 639 in 2009 allowing it to prospect

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Nov 08, 2011· An Australian company, Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) has recently been given the go ahead to begin construction of an opencast and underground coal mine. The Vele mine is located 5.6 km to the east of the Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape (MCL) World Heritage Site and bordering directly on the World Heritage Site buffer zone.

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Mining in the Mapungubwe Area to go ahead The South

Mining in the Mapungubwe Area to go ahead. By: Christine Sievers, 8 September 2011 The government has reversed its tough stance and agreed to allow Coal of Africa (CoAL) to proceed with the Vele Coal mine seven kilometres from the Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape World Heritage Site (details of this important archaeological site are given below).

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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 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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coal of africa hugs the mapungubwe coalition

mapungubwe and vele coal mine MC World. 8/11/2011 An Australian company, Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) has recently been given the go ahead to begin construction of an opencast and underground coal mine. The Vele mine is located 5.6 km to the east of the Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape (MCL) World Heritage Site and bordering directly on the

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Mining in the Mapungubwe area ceases for now Peace

Much of the applicants’ concern relates to the location of the Vele Colliery and the impact that the mining and related operations will have on the unique and sensitive landscape within which the Vele mining area falls. The Vele mining area is situated on 8500 ha and lies less than 6km from the borders of the Mapungubwe National Park and is

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LIMPOPO COAL COMPANY MAPUNGUBWE Importance

case centres on the establishment of the Vele colliery in Musina, Limpopo Province, by Limpopo Coal (Pty) Ltd, a subsidiary of Australian mining company Coal of Africa (CoAL). The mining area is some 8500 ha in extent and, taking into account the full life of the mine, will at one stage lie 7km from the borders of the Mapungubwe National Park.

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Fight to save the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site

Australian company Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) was recently given the go ahead to begin construction of an opencast and underground coal mine within less than 6km from the borders of the Mapungubwe National Park and adjacent to the World Heritage Site, with the approval of the Environmental Management Plan for the proposed Vele Colliery.

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Mapungubwe mining go-ahead The Mail & Guardian

Sep 02, 2011· The government has reversed its tough stance and agreed that Australian-listed miner Coal of Africa can proceed with the Vele coal mine, seven kilometres from the Mapungubwe

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Mapungubwe Mapungubwe Belongs to all of Us on Vimeo

The authorisation given to an Australian company called Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) to construct an open-cast coal mine, called the Vele Colliery, just outside of the boundaries of the Mapungubwe National Park will affect this fragile natural harmony. To Abraham, "mining and industry is a short term plan, tourism is a long-term plan."

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Kruger Park News Coal Mine Threaten Mapungubwe Online

Coal Mine May Threaten Mapungubwe World Heritage Status. The Australian company Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) recently announced that it had been awarded 'unconditional new order mining rights' for the Vele Coking Coal Project in Musina, Limpopo, by the South African department of mineral resources.

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Mapungubwe Belongs to all of Us on Vimeo

Sep 01, 2011· The authorisation given to an Australian company called Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) to construct an open-cast coal mine, called the Vele Colliery, just outside of the boundaries of the Mapungubwe National Park will affect this fragile natural harmony. To Abraham, "mining

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We’ll be alone at Mapungubwe, says CoAL Miningmx

Jul 17, 2012· [miningmx] — COAL of Africa (CoAL) CEO John Wallington says he doubts whether any other new mining development will be permitted in the region around the Mapungubwe National Park, a world heritage site and the location of the company’s Vele colliery. Vele, primarily a coking coal resource, used to be the focal point of environmentalists’

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Save Mapungubwe EDIT

The proposed Vele mine is located 5.6 kms to the east of the Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape (MCL) World Heritage Site and bordering directly on the World Heritage Site bu˛er zone. As indicated in the Vele Mine’s Environmental Management Programme (EMP), 50% of the mine’s west pit will overlap the Viewshed protection

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Mining in the Mapungubwe area Africa Wild

Jun 03, 2012· Meanwhile, the company reported loading its first train of coal from the Vele mine, which is situated in close proximity of Mapungubwe. About 1 500 t of thermal coal were loaded onto 30 wagons in Musina.

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Mapungubwe on Vimeo

The authorisation given to an Australian company called Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) to construct an open-cast coal mine, called the Vele Colliery, just outside of the boundaries of the Mapungubwe National Park will affect this fragile natural harmony. To Abraham, "mining and industry is a short term plan, tourism is a long-term plan."

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Mapungubwe National Park Wikipedia

Mapungubwe National Park is a national park in Limpopo Province, South Africa.It is located by the Kolope River, south of the confluence of the Limpopo and Shashe rivers and about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) to the NE of the Venetia Diamond Mine.The National Park borders Mapesu Private Game Reserve to the south. It abuts on the border with Botswana and Zimbabwe, and forms part of the Greater

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Kruger Park News SANParks Opposes Mapungubwe Mine

JSE-listed mining company Coal of Africa (CoAL) presented a scop- ing report at a community meeting of about 150 people on April 16, in which it stated that the Vele Mining Project, which would be a combination of an open cast and underground coal mine, would cre-

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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 holds the

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