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Government's plans to expropriate land without compensation has pitted the EFF and the DA against each other in parliament‚ threatening an alliance pact at municipal level.
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Onerous administrative processes have been shown to increase strike action, not prevent it, writes Carin Runciman
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The issue of rising economic inequality in South Africa is spiralling out of control, according to Oxfam South Africa’s economic justice head http://ow.ly/ze7430i22wm

Proposed changes to South Africa's labour laws would make it almost impossible to strike and render the planned national minimum wage unenforceable.
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2017 Annual Environmental Justice Platform (17-19 November), together with activists from the Karoo Environmental Justice Movement (KEJM) , Safcei, & groundWork #leave it in the ground!

Karoo Environmental Justice Movement (KEJM) and SCLC activists in Bonn, Germany, participating in the civil society engagements during #COP23 #ClimateJustice #PeoplesPower #Solidarity

Hi folks, looks like we have won. PENINSULA ENERGY withdraws from the Karoo, citing the bleank long-term outlook and the cost structure for the Karoo. We have s...aid that before. Let's pop the champagne corks!! PENINSULA LOOKS TO DIVEST ITS INTEREST IN THE KAROO PROJECTS http://www.pel.net.au/images/peninsul---mukeicoofo.pdf

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Anti-nuclear pressure group the Thyspunt Alliance has welcomed Eskom’s decision to build its proposed new nuclear reactor at Duynefontein, near Koeberg in Cape Town, instead of the originally preferred site at St Francis Bay, about 70km from Port Eli
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Corporate Europe Observatory

This September CEO, alongside the Gastivists, Food & Water Europe, Friends of the Earth Europe, Counter Balance: Challenging Public Investment Banks, PowerShift... e.V. and Rosalux-Europa, brought together local activists and NGOs fighting projects along the entire gas supply chain, around the world - extraction to pipelines to LNG Terminals to the plastics industry (a big user of gas). The aim: begin building a global network against more gas infrastructure and leave fossil fuels in the ground.

Get involved on http://gastivists.org/

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2017 Annual Producers Platform (26-28 September): Strengthening Rural Livelihoods and advancing Food Sovereignty!

To end deadlock in annual wage negotiations, the Commercial Stevedore Agricultural and Allied Workers Union will renew talks with Robertson Winery.
iol.co.za
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Frack Free SA

News Just In - Environmental Authorisation has been approved for FOUR Rhino Oil and Gas applications. A veritable avalanche. Get set to send your comments and objections to PASA and SLR. Will keep everyone posted.

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Frack Free SA

Coming Soon to the Countryside Near You:
In order to realise the potential of the gas reserves in the country Operation Phakisa Offshore Oil and Gas Lab has se...t a target of achieving 30 exploration wells in the next 10 years. In addition, the need to accelerate the planning for gas to power as part of the Governments Integrated Resource Plan and for State Owned Entities to pre-plan for the logical development of gas transmission servitudes within South Africa, was identified. The DEA has appointed the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) to undertake a SEA for a Phased Gas Pipeline Network. It is proposed that the following nine 100 km wide corridors will be assessed for gas and that two of the previously assessed EGI SEA corridors (i.e. Western and Eastern Corridors) will be extended and re-assessed - refer to attached map.
1) From Saldanha Bay to Atlantis and from Atlantis to Mossel Bay on the south coast
2) From Mossel Bay to Coega on the south coast.
3) From Coega to Durban on the east coast.
4) From Durban to Richards Bay and to the border of Mozambique to facilitate an import option.
5) A strengthening of the existing Lilly Pipeline from Sasolburg to Richards Bay and Durban by a second pipeline following a similar route.
6) From Sasolburg to the border of Mozambique.
7) From Saldanha Bay to Abraham Villiers Bay (landing point for the Ibhubesi field).
8) From Abraham Villiers Bay to northwards to the Namibiam border (Oranjemund), to link to potential Kudu gas extraction.
9) From the Shale Gas sweet spots to Mossel Bay and Coega.

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Unfortunately for shale gas exploration companies like Shell, a scientific study indicates that the Karoo shale deposits are “over-mature” (cooked to the point where most gas has disappeared). Commenting on the latest study, Treasure the Karoo Action Group (TKAG) chief executive Jonathan Deal says h...
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