Month: May 2019

Communities abused by mining companies stand up for their rights.

by Simon Vilakazi On 29 May 2019, community representatives from Lutsvil in Northern Cape, South Africa, were at the Cape Town High Court to listen to a case between themselves and the Australian mining company. This is the…

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Training workshop on climate change and environment in Sophia Town

By John-Paul Roberts On Saturday 10 May a training workshop was held by Green Anglican and the Johannesburg Anglican Environmental Initiative at St Joseph’s Diocesan Centre in Sophia Town. The purpose of the workshop was to familiarise Youth…

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Illegal mining activities destroy houses in Newcastle

By Nothando Dube Illegal mining in Newcastle at Blaaubosh has destroyed some of the community houses. These illegal miners started to operate in this place in 1984 till now. Those people dig coal and sand they use to…

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Crime in schools

People of Gamogashoa village have been shocked by the latest crime that happened at Mogashoa Primary School and Motlake Creche in April 2018. At Motlake Creche thieves cut a whole in the fence to get inside the premises,…

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Water scarcity in some parts of Mogashoa village

Water is a basic need and people can’t live without water. On the 7th of  May 2019 at Mogashoa village under Makhuduthamaga Local Municipality, Limpopo province in South Africa, some of the village members have to take wheelbarrow…

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