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Latest update on our nuclear court action

Read our latest press releases: 6 April 2016: Is this sanity or incompetence? 30 March 2016: Court case exposes web of secrecy in government nuclear dealings 2 March 2016: Government attempts to undermine legal case against nuclear 28 January 2016: Nuclear goes ahead despite omission from NDC   For more information please visit nuclearcostssa.org to find all the […]

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South African ‘Green’ Bishop receives award from the Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury has given an award to a South African Bishop for encouraging the Church to embrace ecological issues. For more than forty years Bishop Geoff Davies, known to many as ‘The Green Bishop’, has been urging his Anglican Church, and now all religions, to recognise their calling to care for God’s creation. […]

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Is this sanity or incompetence?

Press release 6th April 2016 Earthlife Africa Jhburg and Southern Africa Faith Communities’ Environment Institute (SAFCEI), responded to the latest news on the nuclear deal, applauding the delay in nuclear procurement, as we understand, was announced by Minister Joemat-Pettersson today. We understand that, due to missing a technical deadline for issuing a request for proposals […]

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The destructive force of mining

It was with great shock and sadness that we heard of the assassination of anti-mining activist and Wild Coast community leader Sikhosiphi “Bazooka” Rhadebe in March, as well as the attack on the City Press journalists at his funeral. It shows that the destruction mining companies can bring in their wake is not only environmental, […]

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Marking World Wildlife Day in Mombasa Kenya

By Kelly Ngeti On 3rd March 2016, the world celebrated the existence of wild animals, putting emphasize on their rights to exist peacefully. The day’s theme “the future of wild animals is in our hands” was a direct message to all humanity to refrain from activities that endangers their peaceful existence. In Mombasa the day […]

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