Iyanga Mine Cluster

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The Iyanga Mine Cluster is a cluster of three coal mines, operated by Iyanga Mining, producing 6 million tonnes per annum, near Emalahleni, in Mpumalanga, South Africa.

The three mines are the Klipfontein Colliery (previously known as Maboko), the Welgelegen Colliery, and the Leeuwpoort Colliery.

Location

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Klipfontein mine

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Welgelegen Colliery

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Leeuwpoort Colliery

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Background information

Iyanga Mining owns all three coal mines — Klipfontein Colliery, Welgelegen Colliery and Leeuwpoort Colliery. By the beginning of 2017, Iyanga employed over 1,000 employees and mined over 500,000 tons of coal per month.[1]

The company focuses on the coal industry with operations in the Mpumalanga area and a key focus on the Delmas, Witbank and Middelburg Coal fields.[1]

Project Details

  • Sponsor: Iyanga Mining
  • Parent Company: Beryl Coal (Beryl Group and Burgh Group Holdings)
  • Location: Near Hendrina, Municipality of Steve Tshwete, District of Nkangala, in Mpumalanga Province.
  • GPS Coordinates: Klipfontein: -25.9811218,28.9047855 (exact); Welgelegen: -26.1073361,28.8338578 (exact); Leeuwpoort: -25.828456,29.1712531 (approximate)
  • Status: Operating
  • Production Capacity: 6 Mtpa[1]
  • Total Resource:
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  • Coal type: bituminous[2]
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  • Mine Type: opencast
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Articles and Resources

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "MINING & RESOURCES: INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO," "Beryl Group website," accessed August 2020.
  2. "OPERATING AND DEVELOPING COAL MINES IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA, 2014," "Department of Mineral Resources," 2014.

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