17 September 2019, also published today at saveourwilderness.org.
The application by the Global Environmental Trust and the Mfolozi Community Environmental Justice Organisation, for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein, has been granted by Judge Rishi Seegobin . The Centre for Environmental Rights was granted the right to intervene as amicus curiae and was also granted the right to appeal.
Below is a facsimile of the order granted in the Pietermaritzburg High Court at 9:30am this morning, 17 September.
The Centre for Environmental Rights is granted leave to intervene in these proceedings as amicus curiae.
The applicants and the Centre for Environmental Rights are granted leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Appeal.
The costs of the application for leave to appeal will be costs in the appeal.
We at The Crowd Versus are very happy and congratulate the people at Centre for Environmental Rights, the Global Environmental Trust and the Mfolozi Environmental Justice Organisation, and their lawyers.
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