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2019

Dissolution of Khanyisa Triangle joint venture
Acquisition of Arnot Mine (pending final conditions precedent)
Appointment of new CEO

2018

Keaton Energy integration
Introduction of SAP integrated management tool across the group
Achieved 90% of our initial objectives

July: 2017

Wescoal acquires Keaton Energy

April: 2017

Black ownership 51%

November: 2016

Five-year, 7.8mt Eskom contract starts

March: 2016

Operational profit up 118% to R100.9m

January: 2016

Khanyisa’s Life of Mine extended by three to four years

December: 2015

Intibane Colliery issued a Water Use License

November: 2015

Rights issue raised R52-million

July: 2015

First coal from Elandspruit Colliery

April: 2015

Elandspruit Water Use Licence issued

August: 2014

Wescoal acquired processing plant

July: 2014

Extension of life of mine at Intibane to 2016

November: 2013

Wescoal acquired MacPhail business

April: 2013

Intibane Colliery awarded Water Use Licence and commences mining

July: 2012

Wescoal entered into various transactions with Xstrata to increase life of the mine by 15 years

Awarded mining licences for Intibane Colliery

July: 2010

Wescoal moved its listing to the JSE Main Board, Mining, sub-sector Coal

December: 2009

First coal is mined and extracted from Khanyisa colliery

October: 2009

The mining operations at Heuwelfontein were bought to establish Khanyisa Colliery near Kendal in Mpumalanga with in situ coal resources of 4.5 million tons

June: 2009

Wescoal purchased prospecting rights from Proudafrique

April: 2008

Chandler purchased the business of Atlantis and Express

March: 2007

Mineral Recoveries acquired the technology licences to upsize coal fines
into saleable products

July: 2005

Wescoal Holdings Limited, listed successfully on the AltX  Board of the JSE