Interdict threat over new Tendele coal mine in KwaZulu-Natal

Local activists opposing a multibillion-rand coal mine in Zululand have threatened to interdict operations if Tendele Coal attempts to start new mining in contravention of a recent high court judgment.

Tensions are high in the rural areas around Mtubatuba and Hluhluwe in KwaZulu-Natal since Pretoria high court Judge Noluntu Bam’s 4 May ruling.

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Greg Ardé
Greg Ardé is a writer interested in issues of equity, entrepreneurship and how cities function. He lives in Durban and has a diploma in journalism. He started his first media job in 1990 and has since worked for a variety of newspapers and magazines, and written three biographies.

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