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  • With about 6,000 abandoned mines across South Africa, regulators are searching for answers to irresponsible mine closure. Mark Olalde reports

  • With about 6,000 abandoned mines across South Africa, regulators are searching for answers to irresponsible mine closure. Mark Olalde reports

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#MineAlert Update: The Tendele Coal Mining case will be going to court on 24 August 2018. SAVE the date! To find out more about why the community is fighting Tendele Coal Mine visit #MineAlert bit.ly/2JzKu92#TendeleMine Have you bothered to meet the victims of the land and lives you are destroying?

Meet Mr Samuel Magubane. Hear his desperate plea.

“It will please my heart if the judge will do what is right”
We are concerned citizens. There is no justice where there is coal mining

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