Johannesburg - Shares of Coal of Africa [JSE:CZA] surged
more than 9%, adding to a 4% gain in the previous session, after the coal
mining and exploration company said Beijing Haohua Energy Resources had won
Chinese regulatory approval to invest $100m in it.
Coal of Africa, which has its primary listing in Australia,
was up 9.3% at R3.18, making it the second-biggest percentage gainer on the All
Share [JSE:J203] index.
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