Seriti Resources is a broad based, 91% black owned and controlled South African mining company. We believe in establishing a sustainable legacy for the communities in which we operate, and the mining industry. 

Our subsidiary, Seriti Coal, operates three large-scale, opencast, and underground thermal coal mines – the New Vaal, New Denmark, and Kriel collieries, which supply Eskom’s Lethabo, Tutuka, and Kriel power stations, respectively. We are currently developing the New Largo mine to meet the needs of the adjacent Kusile power station.

On 1 June 2021, Seriti acquired the operations of SA Coal Holdings Proprietary Limited from South32, bringing into the fold the Khutala, Klipspruit, Middelburg, and Wolvekrans Mines which provide coal to the Kendal and Duvha power stations, as well as export coal via the Richards Bay Coal Terminal.

Our focus is to responsibly produce high-quality, secure, and long-term coal solutions to fuel South Africa’s power stations. We also produce high-quality coal for export markets.

Employees of Seriti Resources working together.

Our mission is to be an industry-leading empowerment champion, rejuvenating the mining industry and actively building a legacy that creates growth for all our stakeholders and the country. Our Employee and Community Trusts, each owning 5% of our operations, have a direct and meaningful interest in our business.

Seriti is currently Eskom’s largest black-controlled coal supplier, with a clear focus on providing secure, long-term coal supply solutions to fuel its power stations. Together, Seriti Coal and Seriti Power are responsible for about 32% of Eskom’s annual coal supply.

As a dedicated, South African-owned company, Seriti brings significant benefit to Eskom involving a basket of solutions, including economies of scale. We have a track record as a capable and financially sound business, with a substantial balance sheet, which can support Eskom in a robust and sustainable manner.

By providing coal of the quality required by Eskom’s power stations at a cost sustainable to our business and fair to Eskom, Seriti is playing its part in keeping South Africa’s lights on at the optimal price for the consumer.

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Seriti Green

Seriti entered into an agreement to acquire a majority stake in Windlab Africa’s wind and solar-powered assets through its subsidiary Seriti Green, as it seeks to lower its carbon footprint and ensure long-term sustainability as a diversified energy producer. Windlab Africa consists of 100% of Windlab South Africa and 75% of Windlab East Africa.

Windlab, as acquired by Seriti, is currently overseeing 3.5 GWs of renewable energy projects at different stages of development in South Africa and east Africa.

This acquisition gives Seriti access to a portfolio of existing world-class renewable assets with a high return rate, a promising project pipeline, and a highly experienced management team.

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