Our Projects


S&J Mining and Consortium (Pty) Ltd has access to a wide range of coal, chrome and other commodities that can be supplied on contract basis to satisfy client requirements.  We maintain a non-exclusive relationship with diverse suppliers, ensuring that the company can procure coal from alternative sources whenever the need arises.  We take pride in our ability to take on difficult, complex projects and deliver effective solutions quickly and transparently.

With other sourcing operations countrywide we are able to provide the exact spec of product needed for your business.  Should you require product which does not form part of our Own mining and commodity processing projects please feel free to contact us, so that we can assist you with both inland and export products. Send your query to sales@sjmining.co.za


Our primary objective is to supply customers with the most suitable product. 

PROJECT 1:  The Panfontein Thermal Coal Projectin the Magisterial District of Vereeniging, situated opposite Lethabo Powerstation, is S&J Ming and Consortium (Pty) Ltd’s most advanced feasibility-stage project. The resource will initially be mined on an opencast basis over 18 years, with the potential for further expansion into underground


PROJECT 2:  The Nelpan Sand and Clay Project is situated in Highveld Witbank.  Nelpan (Pty) Ltd has been mining sand and clay previously on the property.  DMR awarded of 2 new mining permits in 2013 which allows for continued mining operations.  Mining of Sand and Clay will proceed in the near future


PROJECT 3:  The JV Coal Processing Project will commence its operations upon finalization of it’s Order with South African Energy Provider – ESKOM.  In agreement with the mine from which we source our coal for this project (Situated in Witbank), the mine allows us to erect a coal processing site on the premises of the mine to process and produce thermal coal for ESKOM based on the provisions as contained in the Coal Supply agreement entered into with ESKOM


PROJECT 4:  The Rustenburg Chrome Project  Impala Platinum Mines (Rustenberg) have accumulated a waste dump of ROM at Shaft no. 11. This is estimated to be 8 million tons. As part of Impala’s commitment to the Royal Baphokeng Tribe and its rehabilitation responsibility, Impala has awarded the ownership and processing responsibility to the Royal Baphokeng Tribe.  S&J Mining and Consortium (Pty) Ltd was contracted by the Royal Baphokeng Tribe to process these dumps on their behalf.