Mpumalanga Blog

Lack of drinking water in MSN, Mpumalanga

[td_video_youtube playlist_title=”” playlist_yt=”26Ep2cbXzMY” playlist_auto_play=”0″]The area of MSN is located near some of the coal mines around eMalahleni in Mpumalanga. Community members started to see the problems with the drinking water already in 2009. The water is oily and when they drink it they get sick. Instead of taking the municipality […]

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Welcome To Hell by Thabang Makua

-Where the Government officials have thrown people to a place filled with Toxic Gas Diseases and Virus as well as Dirty water to that extend that is not fit for human health. To a Town called the Emalahleni where we walk next to Man-Made volcanoes (Izibhobhozo) surrounding the whole Town […]

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Wetlands In My Community by Collen Jolobe

I was in an endeavour to search for wetlands in my community; it was a thrill for me to do such a task. I had a long distance, my search was successful and I spotted two of them. I want my community to know about wetlands and that they play […]

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The House of Air Pollution by Tshepo Vilane

What is Air? Is it the Air that we are breathing or the polluted Air that we are facing in Witbank or so called ’Emalahleni?’  Or Mpumalanga. The issue is that we are dependent on these mines or power stations and compromising our lives and future. Every time we switch […]

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Potholes and Illegal Rubbish Dumping by Thabo Ncube

Potholes are a big problem in our community, the motorists usually takes their cars to services after six to eight months but because of the potholes surrounding our community they have to service their cars daily. Illegal dumping is also a big challenge we are facing daily as community of […]

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