Coal producer Wescoal has slipped into a loss in its six months to end-September, amid waning demand for coal and production challenges at some of its operations.

The company reported a total net loss of R51m for the period, from profit of R108m previously, amid a 56% fall in coal production at its Vanggatfontein Colliery, where an extension project is under way...

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