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Temporal ablutions for Qalani learners-Kangra Coal

Learners at Qalani Primary School in Saul Mkhizeville of South Africa have joyously welcomed the temporal ablution facilities provided by Kangra Coal.


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Kangra Coal improves sanitary situation for local learners

Kangra Coal provides safe temporary ablution facilities at Qalani Primary School to ensure its students are able to learn in a safer and healthier schooling environment.


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Kangra Coal improves sanitary situation for local learners.

Kangra Coal provides safe temporary ablution facilities at Qalani Primary School to ensure its students are able to learn in a safer and healthier schooling environment.


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Kangra Coal solves sanitary situation for learners

Kangra Coal has provided safe temporary ablution facilities at Qalani Primary School to ensure its students are able to learn in a safer and healthier schooling environment.


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Mkhondo coal mine gives 5% ownership to workers

The company made history in an environment where companies are notorious for operating in an area and thereafter leave communities languishing in poverty.


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Kangra to allocate unencumbered shares to workers and community in a historic first 

Kangra Coal made history on 2 May 2019 when it hosted a celebration to announce plans to allocate free-carry (unencumbered) shares to workers and local communities for the first time since the mine was established in 1957. 


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Mining giant gives workers 5% share of the company

The look on their faces said it all. You would smile from ear to ear too if you were told you own 5% of a mine in a country where mining giants are accused of shipping away all their profits, leaving local communities, who labour away to bring the minerals to surface, wallowing in poverty


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Kangra Coal Offers Free-carry Shares to Workers And Community in a Historic First

Kangra Coal on Thursday, 2 May 2019, made history when it hosted a celebration to announce plans to allocate free-carry (unencumbered) shares to workers and local communities for the first time since the mine was established in 1957.


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Kangra Offers Shares To Workers And Community

Kangra Coal, a subsidiary of investment company, Menar, recently made history by allocating free-carry shares to workers and local communities for the first time since its establishment in 1957.


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Kangra allocates shares to workers and community

Kangra Coal made history yesterday (2 May 2019) when it hosted a celebration to announce plans to allocate free-carry (unencumbered) shares to workers and local communities for the first time since the mine was established in 1957.


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Kangra Coal makes history on the back of Mining Charter 3

Kangra Coal made history recently when it hosted a celebration to announce plans to allocate free-carry shares to workers and local communities for the first time since the mine was established in 1957.


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Kangra Coal symbolically hands over community, employee shares

Menar MD Vuslat Bayoglu on Thursday symbolically handed over 5% free carried shares to host communities and employees of Kangra Coal, at a ceremony which included the unveiling of the coal company's new logo and the handing over of a memorandum from the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM).


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Menar’s Canyon offers Eskom cheaper coal on open-book basis

Coal mining company Canyon Coal, a Menar group company, is prepared to offer coal to State-owned electricity utility Eskom at a cheaper price on an open-book basis from two new projects.


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Canyon Coal gets green light for Kangra deal

SA coal mining and exploration company Canyon Coal has completed its $40m acquisition of Kangra Coal and is looking to develop new projects.