‘The government is being taught a lesson,’ says Wild Coast activist of the latest ruling against multinational oil giant Shell
Even a country with citizens as fractious and fractured as South Africa is showing signs of unity to save the sea off the Wild Coast.
The high court refuses to interdict seismic survey on the basis that ‘irreparable harm’ to marine species not proved
Shell SA chair surprised by the scale of opposition to its planned 3D seismic survey
In an environment where activism against mining is becoming increasingly deadly, Nonhle Mbuthuma’s life may be at risk
After almost a year of threats and attacks, a Wildcoast anti-mining activist was gunned down and killed in front of his wife and sons.