Coal mine will blast peace for thousands near game park

This article appeared in the Mercury on Wednesday, 18 March 2015 By Tony Carnie Life will never be quite the same for several thousand people next to Africa’s oldest game reserve and wilderness area if a massive new coal mine is blasted open underneath or next to their homes. A…

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WOMEN STAND THEIR GROUND AGAINST BIG COAL

WOMEN STAND THEIR GROUND AGAINST BIG COAL SOUTHERN AFRICAN EXCHANGE WoMin, a regional women’s rights alliance, invites you to provincial site inspections and a dialogue involving dozens of organisations from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mozambique and Botswana 19-24 January 2014 Despite threats to the planet and to humanity, coal expansion…

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Acid threat to St Lucia heritage site

This article appeared in the Mercury on the 17 June 2014 By Tony Carnie COAL MINE DRAINAGE COULD ENTER LAKE POLLUTION from a planned coal mine on the Imfolozi game reserve borderline is likely to ripple out much further to cause acid mine drainage and water starvation in the nearby Lake…

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