February 13, 2013

Earthlife Africa Jhb at the MYPD3 hearings in Midrand, Johannesburg

Earthlife Africa Jhb and numerous civil society organisations protested just outside the hearings for the Multi-Year Price Determination (MYPD3) at the Gallagher Estates in Midrand. Thanks […]
June 14, 2012

Press Release: Department of Energy Holding Back Information on Nuclear Readiness

11 June 2012 Earthlife Africa Johannesburg Earthlife Africa Johannesburg has launched a PAIA application to access information on the state of South Africa’s readiness implement its […]
February 16, 2012

Fukushima Remembered: List of Events

One year on, Earthlife Africa Jhb and Greenpeace Africa will be hosting a series of event to remember the Fukushima tragedy; a painful lesson for South […]
November 23, 2011

SE Briefing 23: South Africa’s Mitigation Targets

This briefing will discuss South Africa’s recently released National Climate Change Response White Paper, which lays out the country’s mitigation targets and mechanisms going forward. The […]
October 24, 2011

South Africa’s Inadequate Emissions Targets

South Africa Department of Environmental Affairs has released a white paper on climate change, which is now before Parliament. Below is why the emissions targets in […]
September 16, 2011

1st Pictures from Today’s March on Eskom

Over 1,500 people marched today against Eskom’s inclusion in South Africa’s official negotiating team for COP17. These are the first pictures, more to follow:
September 14, 2011

Press Release: March Against Eskom, Conflict of Interest, and Secret Deals

Earthlife Africa Jhb 14th September 2011 Earthlife Africa Jhb will march on Eskom and BHP Billiton in Johannesburg to protest these companies’ continued disregard of the […]
September 1, 2011

NO to Nuclear 1 Insanity

In the wake of Fukushima, the SA Government has committed to six new PWR nuclear plants. The first Environmental Impact Assessment for one of these plants […]
March 15, 2011

Press Release: Launch of Earthlife Africa Jhb Report, “Second Class Citizens: Gender, energy and climate change in South Africa”

Forty percent of South Africa’s 48 million people are poor, and more than half of poor people are female. Around 2.5 million households are still without […]