Fears of violence persist a year after the murder of land activist Fikile Ntshangase

A year after her death, the real threat of more violence has caused the organisation of slain environmental activist Fikile Ntshangase “great difficulty” in opposing mining expansion where they live in northern KwaZulu-Natal. 

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Khaya Koko
Khaya Koko is a journalist with a penchant for reading through legal documents braving the ravages of cold court benches to expose the crooked. He writes about social justice and human-interest stories. Most importantly, he is a card-carrying member of the Mighty Orlando Pirates.

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