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Latest update on our nuclear court action

For more information please visit nuclearcostssa.org to find all the latest updates on our nuclear campaign. SAFCEI and Earthlife Africa (Johannesburg) launched their court application on the 12th October 2015.  A Notice to Oppose was served on our lawyers on 28 October on behalf of the 1st Respondent (Minister of Energy).  We have also received notice […]

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Welcome to Tsondru

We welcome Venerable Ani Tsondru, who will be SAFCEI’s Executive Director for the next 6 months. Venerable Ani Tsondru is a nun in the Karma Kagyu Buddhist tradition. She has spent more than 7 years in 2 consecutive closed meditation retreats in Spain. Since returning to Cape Town she has dedicated her time to being […]

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Nature and Humankind Concert

Nature and Humanity. Together we form the sacred web of life, yet we often see ourselves as two quite separate entities, just like these two words. There is perhaps nothing wrong with this, but have we taken it too far? Have we become too separate that we have forgotten our connection and interconnection with all […]

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Uranium mining

The debate around nuclear until now has largely centred on how the procurement of nuclear energy is being done in secrecy and without proper consultation, that the price of proposed nuclear reactors will plunge South Africa into deep debt and that there is no proper solution for the nuclear waste which will burden generations to […]

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Earth Keeper Day

This February we at SAFCEI will be celebrating the annual Earth Keeper Day and invite all faith communities to join us. This is a response to the increasing commercialisation of Valentine’s Day; instead of celebrating individual love, we would like to mark the weekend of the 12th– 14th February as a multi-faith Earth Keeper Day […]

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Leap Day for Leaping Legs

When last did you see or hear the chorus of frogs? Their presence in our surroundings are a good indication that there is a healthy eco-system in place. However frogs are getting scarcer as habitats dwindle and water systems become increasingly polluted. This month brings the Leap Day for Frogs so we invite you to […]

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Normal is Over

‘Normal is Over‘ by Renée Scheltema is a documentary about the bigger picture of what is happening to our planet and the environmental challenges we face. Renée looks into the causes, the symptoms, and finds solutions where one would least expect them. “From practical everyday fixes to rethinking the overarching myths of our time, this film is intended to challenge viewers on […]

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