Published by JanS at July 16, 2013
Johannesburg, 16 July 2013 – Civil society organisations are going to answer Earthilfe Africa’s call for action on Tue, 6 August 2013. Activists are going to confront Anglo American with the dirty truths of its planned coal-fired power station in the Lephalale area in Limpopo Province. Participants are going to raise concerns about yet another coal-fired power station to be built further contributing to global climate change and threating local communities. The march is going to start at 9:00am from Pieter Roos Park. Check the issues:
Civil society will not tolerate yet another South African contribution to climate change and the threat it poses to communities!
Leading up to the march on Anglo American on August 6, Earthlife Africa Jhb picketed at the corner of Main and Ferreira Roads in central Johannesburg. Check out some coverage of the pickets on July 18, July 25 and August 1.
Information about the march:
When: 9am – 1pm
Where: Gather at Peter Roos Park, Corner Empire Rd & Joubert St, Johannesburg
For more details, please contact:
Programme Officer, Earthlife Africa Jhb
Cell: +27 82 682 9177
Project Coordinator, Earthlife Africa Jhb
Cell: +27 84 250 2434
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Map of the meeting point: