Fuleni Travesty!

    By Tony Carnie South Africa’s obligation to protect its natural heritage for future generations will be called into serious question if the government allows a new open-pit coal mine to blasted open on the fence line of Africa’s oldest game reserve and wilderness area. The negative impact on…

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Ezemvelo says No to coal mining

This article was published in the Mercury on September 30, 2015. By Tony Carnie EZEMVELO KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife has come out strongly against coal mining on the borderline of its flagship Hluhluwe-Imfolozi game reserve, warning that the proposed mine would “destroy” large sections of Africa’s oldest game reserve and wilderness area.…

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