September 22, 2014

Press Release: Nuclear deal with Russia not in the interests of the South African people

Earthlife Africa JhbJohannesburg, 22nd of September 2014- Yesterday it was announced that the Russian state nuclear vendor, Rosatom, will supply the South African government with eight […]
September 17, 2014

Media Release: Rights organisations plan to join Sasol and Natref pollution litigation

Centre of Environmental rights [September 17, 2014 at 10:34 am] CAPE TOWN. Two groups of environmental rights organisations have given notice of their intention to seek […]
September 15, 2014

“Pay more with nuclear!!!” series of research reports By Professor Stephen Thomas

The “PAY MORE WITH NUCLEAR” series of research reports by Professor Stephen Thomas of Greenwich University, examines the enormous costs involved in building and operating nuclear […]
September 15, 2014

Join a great Team!! Finance officer position open

Earthlife Africa Johannesburg is looking for a Finance officer for the Sustainable Energy & Climate Change Project (SECCP) Job Title: Finance Officer Job Description: The Finance […]
September 12, 2014

Press Release: World Expert on Nuclear Economics, Professor Stephen Thomas, Visits South Africa

Earthlife Africa Jhb Johannesburg, 12th of September 2014 Rumours of a new ‘red’, or Russian built, nuclear power station are rife at present in the South […]
September 3, 2010

Press Release: Government Secrecy Around PBMR Closure

Earthlife Africa Jhb 3rd of September 2010 On the First of September 2010, Cabinet held a “secret” session on the closure of the PMBR company. Earthlife […]
August 5, 2010

Gender, Energy and Climate Change Statement

CONFERENCE ON WOMEN IN ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE HOSTED BY EARTHLIFE AFRICA JOHANNESBURG 5 AUGUST 2010 Energy and climate change have often been viewed as an […]
August 4, 2010

PRESS RELEASE: CONFERENCE, WOMEN IN ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE

PRESS RELEASE: CONFERENCE, WOMEN IN ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE 5th AUGUST 2010 Earthlife Africa Jhb As we commemorate Women’s day on 9th August, we are reminded of […]
August 4, 2010

Press Release: $3.75 Billion World Bank Loan to Eskom to Face Full Enquiry

Press Release: $3.75 Billion World Bank Loan to Eskom to Face Full Enquiry groundWork, Earthlife Africa Jhb 4th of August 2010 The World Bank Inspection Panel […]
July 23, 2010

Toxic mine water and human rights violations on the East Rand

Unpaid mineworkers at Grootvlei mine, on the East Rand, are bravely keeping the pump station working to prevent huge volumes of toxic mine water flowing into […]
July 1, 2010

DoE’s Attempt to define the next 50 years: IRP2

The Department of Energy is planning the next fifty years of our future electricity generation choices in the space of five months. One month of planning […]
July 1, 2010

A response to the Nuke EIA

Eskom is doing an Environmental Impact Assessment for a new nuclear power station. Read Earthlife Africa Jhb’s response to this latest bout of insanity here. From […]
June 20, 2010

More about Mapungubwe National Park and what’s at risk from mining activities

On the northern border of Limpopo, the Mapungubwe National Park was declared a World Heritage Site in 2003. As a signatory to the World Heritage Convention, […]
June 20, 2010

Mining threatens Mapungubwe World Heritage site in South Africa

An Australian mining company, Coal of Africa Ltd, has started activities in a sensitive area without a water use license and with what many environmental experts consider […]