August 24, 2015

SUPPORT OUR LEGAL ACTION AGAINST NUCLEAR

SAFCEI and  Earthlife Africa Johannesburg, have briefed our legal team and are asking for everyone’s help. We need to raise 1.5 million to prepare and run a court case […]
March 20, 2012

More Free Basic Electricity for All!

Earthlife Africa Cape Town are beginning to mobilise for an additional 150 free units of electricity per month, bringing the total to 200 units for all, […]
March 13, 2012

Cape Town branch of Earthlife Africa – news of 2011 actions

Earthlife Africa Cape Town have been very active over the last year tackling issues such as nuclear power, fracking for shale gas, green jobs, climate change […]
March 9, 2012

Earthlife Africa Johannesburg and the Federation for a Sustainable Environment cautiously welcome signs of progress on plans to deal with acid mine drainage

9 March 2012 Earthlife Africa Johannesburg(ELA Jhb) and the Federation for a Sustainable Environment (FSE) commends the South African Human Rights Commission for their organisation and […]
February 26, 2012

Plans for dealing with acid mine drainage – a call for public consultations

Earthlife Africa Johannesburg calls for urgent public consultations to discuss plans for dealing with acid mine drainage Media release of 24 February 2011 The Johannesburg metropolitan […]
May 16, 2011

Anti-fracking Activists call for a National Boycott of Shell!

Plans by oil companies to explore for fossil gas in large parts of the Karoo have begun a firestorm of protest. Tens of thousands of square […]
April 25, 2011

Action in solidarity for people affected by nuclear disasters

On Monday 18 April 2011, activists from Earthlife Africa Cape Town (ELA CT) showed their concern and support for the people of Japan in the wake […]
April 5, 2011

An action plan for acid mine drainage

Finally, the seriousness of the acid mine drainage problem in South Africa has been acknowledged at ministerial level and an action plan has been outlined.  Mine […]
March 13, 2011

Nuclear Disaster in Japan – workers and citizens at high risk

The massive explosion following a cooling problem at one Fukushima’s nuclear reactors, Daiichi,  has not only released radiation and other toxic compounds, but has created an […]