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    3rd Sep 2020

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    Fears for marine life as drilling gets go ahead off KZN coast. (IOL)

    Durban – Offshore seismic activity relating to gas and oil exploration could cause whales to beach and have a devastating affect on marine life. Durban-based environmental activist Janet Solomon’s Oceans Not Oil organisation plans to meet the month-end deadline to appeal against companies being given permission to drill for oil and gas off the KwaZulu-Natal[...]
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    3rd Sep 2020

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    Choose oceans, not oil – say ‘no’ to drilling (South Coast Herald)

    Activists believe that oil and gas drilling will affect everyone, irrespective of age or social standing, and would like more people to be aware of the dangers. COMMUNITY activists recently gathered at the Durban beachfront to voice their objections to offshore oil and gas drilling. At the poorly-attended meeting, the South Durban Community Environmental Alliance[...]
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    3rd Sep 2020

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    WATCH: The people have spoken-oceans not oil

    “We object to you exploring and drilling in this, the last true South African wilderness,” read the memorandum. PROTESTERS toted posters and chanted as they gathered outside the Italian Consulate on Fairway Road in Durban North on Friday, 10 May. The peaceful protest set the backdrop for Janet Solomon of Oceans not Oil and Jamila[...]
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    3rd Sep 2020

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    Oceans Not Oil, have set in motion critical debate. (Roving Reporters)

    Oceans Not Oil, have set in motion critical  debate around Eni and Sasol’s plans for exploratory oil and gas drilling off the KwaZulu-Natal coastline, raising a dozen issues they feel have not been adequately addressed by the draft Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report. Click here to read the full article.
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