Inyanda coal mine

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The Inyanda coal mine is an open cut mine in the Limpopo province in South Africa. The mines produced a little over 1.7 million tonnes of steam coal in 2009, of which 93% was exported. The mine is owned by Exxaro Coal, a subsidiary of the South African-based mining company, Exxaro Resources.[1]

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  1. Exxaro Resources, "Group at a Glance", Eaxxaro Resources Annual Report 2009.

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