As SA’s power crisis deepens, two of South32’s SA businesses — one a critical supplier to Eskom and the other a major power consumer — face the risk of failure as their new contracts remain stuck in administrative limbo.

Speaking to the FM on the sidelines of the Investing in African Mining Indaba on Wednesday, South32 CFO Mike Fraser says the multinational mining company is waiting for the outcome on a renegotiated contract with Eskom for the supply of coal to Duvha power station, as well as a new power supply contract for its Hillside aluminium smelter...

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