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Coal of Africa is primarily focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of thermal and metallurgical coal projects in South Africa.

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RNS Release - Issue of Employee Share Options

14th Feb 2012, 7:00 am
RNS Number : 3227X
Coal of Africa Limited
14 February 2012
 



-ANNOUNCEMENT                                          ;                                           60;      14 FEBRUARY 2012

 

ISSUE OF EMPLOYEE SHARE OPTIONS

 

Coal of Africa Limited ('CoAL' or the 'Company') confirms it has today issued 2,670,000 unlisted options to 28 employees of the Company, exercisable at ZAR7.60 on or before 14 February 2017 ("Options"). The options vest equally over 3 years, with one third vesting on 1 July 2012, one third vesting on 1 July 2013 and the final third vesting on 1 July 2014.

 

The Options were recommended by the Company's Remuneration Committee in September 2011 but were not issued at that time due to the Company being in a close period under its published Securities Trading Policy.

 

An Appendix 3B to confirm the issue of the Options will follow.

 

AUTHORISED BY:

 

Shannon Coates

Company Secretary

 

For more information contact:

 

John Wallington                                                       Chief Executive Officer                                          60;Coal of Africa                      +27 11 575 7423

Wayne Koonin                                          0;                Financial Director                                         &# 160;         Coal of Africa                      +27 11 575 6797

Shannon Coates                                          0;            Company Secretary                                         & #160;      Coal of Africa                      +61 893 226 776

Chris Sim/ Jeremy Ellis/Neil Elliot               Nominated Adviser                                          60;       Evolution Securities      +44 20 7071 4300

Jos Simson/Emily Fenton                                  Financial PR                                          &# 160;                      Tavistock                              +44 207 920 3150

 

www.coalofafrica.com

 

About CoAL: CoaL is an AIM/ASX/JSE listed coal exploration, development and mining company operating in South Africa. CoAL's key projects include the Vele Colliery (coking and thermal coal), the Makhado Project (coking coal) and the Mooiplaats and Woestalleen Collieries (both thermal coal).

The Mooiplaats Colliery commenced production in 2008 and is currently ramping up to produce 2 Mtpa. The Woestalleen Colliery, acquired through the acquisition of NuCoal Mining (Pty) Limited in January 2010, currently processes approximately 2.5Mtpa of saleable coal for domestic and export markets. The Woestalleen Complex also incorporates three beneficiation plants with a total processing capacity of 350,000 run of mine feed tonnes per month.

CoAL's Vele Colliery is expected to start production in the first half of 2012. During the initial phase, the operation is targeting 2.7 Mtpa ROM production to produce 1.0Mtpa saleable coking coal. The Makhado Project, CoAL's flagship project in the Soutpansberg coalfield, is well into the feasibility stage, with a Definitive Feasibility Study nearing completion. An application for a New Order Mining Right for the Makhado Project was submitted in January 2011.

In November 2010, CoAL agreed to acquire the Chapudi coal project and several other coal exploration properties in the Soutpansberg coal basin in South Africa from the previous owners, including Rio Tinto. Upon completion, the acquisition of these projects will significantly extend the scale and scope of certain of CoAL's existing projects in the region and will more than double the resource of the existing Makhado Project.

 


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