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Suspension lifted for Coal of Africa's water use license at Makhado coal project

Coal of Africa Ltd.'s integrated water use license for the Makhado coal project in South Africa is no longer suspended, the company said May 29.

The minister of the department of water and sanitation lifted a previous suspension of the license, meaning it is now executable.

Coal of Africa CEO David Brown said the decision "completes the suite of regulatory authorizations required for the Makhado project."