Country: South Africa

The Federation for a Sustainable Environment

Mining, Nuclear and Water issues in South Africa. “The FSE is today widely recognized as the most prominent of the environmental activist stakeholders in the mining industry – and its directors are listed as amongst the 100 most influential people in Africa’s Mining Industry.”

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Noseweek

“Noseweek is South Africa’s only investigative magazine and features irreverent, independent, inside information about business, the professions, politics and society in South Africa. Published monthly it is essential reading for anybody interested in what’s going on in the rainbow nation.”

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Earthlife Africa

“Earthlife Africa is a non-profit organisation, founded in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1988, that seeks a better life for all people without exploiting other people or degrading their environment. We want to encourage and support individuals, businesses and industries to reduce pollution, minimise waste and protect our natural resources.”

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Coalition Against Nuclear Energy (CANE)

“NGOs, CBOs and individuals throughout South Africans have formed a broadbased national coalition to oppose the expansion of the nuclear industry and to demand a commitment to public participation in energy planning. “Not just Cabinet alone, but all sectors together should decide on energy policy in South Africa,” said the statement of the newly-formed Coalition Against Nuclear Energy (CANE) a week after the South African Government released its draft Nuclear Energy Strategy Policy. CANE has been formed as an umbrella group comprising community organisations, residents’ associations, NGOs, academics, professionals, unionists, environmentalists and ordinary citizens now grappling with the spectre of nuclear developments in their back yards. They represent a groundswell of ordinary people who want government to act democratically in seeking alternative energy crisis and climate change solutions.”

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