A legacy of integrity

Seriti is a Sesotho word for the shadow that people cast as they go through life, a shadow that grows through good deeds. At Seriti, we are constantly aware of the shadow we cast and of the legacy we will leave behind.

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Keeping the lights on

Seriti is currently Eskom's largest black controlled coal supplier, providing Eskom with secure, long-term coal supply solutions to fuel its power stations.

Who we are

Responding to COVID-19

At Seriti, we continue to do all the right things to beat the virus – wearing a mask at all times outside our homes, maintaining social distancing, and not coming to work if we feel unwell.

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Towards a just transition

While coal will remain central to our electricity generations for a few more decades, we must take our citizens along with us as we move from fossil fuel dependency to more sustainable, environmentally-friendly forms of electricity generation

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A legacy of integrity
Keeping the lights on
Responding to COVID-19
Towards a just transition

Seriti at a glance

Seriti is a broad-based, 91% black-owned and controlled South African energy company, underpinned by coal.

Seriti is a Sesotho word, meaning integrity. It is also the word for the shadow or aura that people cast as they go through life, a shadow that grows through good deeds. At Seriti, we are constantly aware of the shadow we cast and of the legacy we will leave behind.

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91%
broad-based black-owned company
10%
shareholding ring-fenced for employees and communities
~18,000
-strong workforce
8,400 permanent, 9,600 contractors
On target
to fulfill our SLP commitments
50 years
estimated base load supply from New Largo to Kusile station
32%
of Eskom’s electricity is generated from our coal

In operation

Seriti operates six large-scale, opencast and underground thermal coal mines, predominately supplying Eskom power stations and is currently developing the New Largo mine to meet the needs of the adjacent Kusile power station.

Join the Seriti team

Seriti employs more than 18,000 people (8,400 directly and 9,600 contractors) and is committed to growing our workforce by upskilling the youth from the communities surrounding our mines.

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