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Jindal Expression of Intrest

Calling on agencies/companies having experience in designing/developing and executing Thermal Power Plants in multiple package modes for similar capacities or higher, to apply for 4X150MW (NET) Thermal Power Plant Project at Botswana.

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Mineração de carvão em Marara: Reassentadas 300 famílias afectadas pelo projecto

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Jindal, BPC sign PPA for Mmamabula 300MW Power Plant

Jindal Energy beat Minergy Limited and Sese Power to win a bid to build a 300 Megawatt coal power generation station and sell power to state owned Botswana Power Corporation, government announced November last year.

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Establishment of an Early Childhood Development Centre (ECD) at Matafuleni CPA, Ward 18

The Social & Local Municipal- Labour Plan for Jindal Mining SA which in brief ensures the provision of developmental opportunities to mine workers and communities through mineral resource extraction has helped to see the construction of one of the key infrastructure developmental initiatives in Ward 18 of the Mkhondo Local Municipality, the Ematafuleni Early Childhood Development Centre (ECD).

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Jindal Mining SA (Pty) Ltd reports cash profits and Company out of Business Rescue process

In a development that signifies the revival of Jindal Mining SA (Pty) Ltd. which owns and operates Kiepersol Colliery, the company officially come out of Business Rescue process on 4th November 2019 after demonstrating sufficient ability to follow the commitments of its Business Rescue Plan.

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Jindal Mining Namibia (Pty) Limited operates under Jindal Africa

Jindal Mining Namibia (Pty) Limited operates under Jindal Africa, plans to operate an iron ore mine in the region of Khomas, 70km east of Windhoek city. Jindal Mauritius has 85% shareholding in Brake Trading (Pty) Limited which has 2 prospective magnetite Iron Ore Concisions.

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Coal mining in Marara: 300 families affected by the project resettled

The process of transferring three hundred and thirty families covered by the mineral coal exploration project of the multinational Jindal, in the District of Marara, Tete Province, has been completed. Resettlement encompasses several social infrastructures.

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