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6 months ago

British tycoon plans Hwange Colliery revival

British tycoon Nicholas van Hoogstraten says Hwange Colliery Company Limited (Hwange) shareholders have begun discussions to turn around the coal producer s fortunes.In a brief interview on Monday, van Hoogstraten said he was concerned about developments at Hwange in the past few years. I have certainly been in discussions with the Hwange board, and other interested parties, concerning the way fo...

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