Pami and sanami committee meeting

Community Alerts, Lorraine Kakaza, Mpumalanga, Carolina, 2019/01/07 The SANAMI Committee Provincial Alternative Mining Indaba’s(Pami’s) & South African National Alternative Mining Indaba SANAMI…held a planery meeting at Northriding ,Johannesburg on the 07-08 January 2019 Preparation and drafting of a programme for PAMIs with All provinces present. we are preparing ,empowering community members so that they can …

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Emalahleni action protest notice

Community Alerts, Yvonne Sampear, Mpumalanga, Phola-Ogies, Emalahleni, 2019/01/08 #WITBANK_CPF #PROTEST_ACTION_WARNING WITBANK & VOSMAN : CLOSURE OF THE ENTRANCE TO THE EMALAHLENI MUNICIPALITY : 2019/01/08 @ 07:00 The community of the “Township” (Ackerville/Lynville/Thusanang), as they refer to themselves, are planning to close the entrances to the eMalahleni municipality tomorrow morning. They are dissatisfied because the feel …

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Brutality at the hands of Lawlessness Police.*

Community Alerts, Lorraine Kakaza, Mpumalanga, Carolina, 2019/01/12 A 77 years old Gogo Ester Khumalo residing at Enkanini in Carolina Location Mpumalanga Province is the recent victim of Lawlessness police brutality in Mpumalanga Province. All this after the defenceless old gogo tried to make ends meets after a coal carriage train derailed from its railway in …

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Mine affected community struggles from relocation

Community Alerts, Mpumalanga, Lorraine Kakaza, Carolina, 2018/12/08 DAY 5 Date:07/12/2018 Site visit with Wamua Expect the unexpected CRU community Rental Unit. Sishen Kumba iron ore is bullying people into relocation from Dingleton to Siyathemba Location… Two families are forced to pay R3500.00 each while they are sharing 3 and half room of which is two …

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Mining toxic tour in Mpumalanga, Ermelo

Community Alerts, Lorraine Kakaza, Mpumalanga, Carolina, 2018/11/04 Imbabala mine started it’s operation in 1994 – 2009 .The mine is situated in Ermelo Weslton Mpumalanga province … what we have experience today was touching and painful at the same time to see how marginalised Communities have to bear the blunder of these multinational corporations. We could …

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