• The Court of Appeal for Ontario decides against Chevron’s million dollar demand for security

    Posted on 5 November 2017

    The Court of Appeal for Ontario decides against Chevron’s million dollar demand for security – a Chevron tactic to derail the plaintiffs’ litigation Quito, 31st of October 2017.- The decision of the Court of Appeal for Ontario gives Ecuadorians the opportunity to continue their legal action to enforce the judgement against Chevron Corporation without providing […]

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  • High Court Application brought against the other mine (Tendele Coal Mine)

    Posted on 15 October 2017

    Evidence has come to light that Tendele’s open cast coal mine near the boundary of the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park has been operating for 13 years without the required environmental authorisation, prompting an application to the High Court to stop operations until the mine is compliant. PIETERMARITZBURG, SOUTH AFRICA – On Tuesday, 10 October 2017, an […]

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  • Newsletter Oct 2017

    Posted on 11 October 2017

    Dear supporter of The Crowd Versus movement, an update from The Crowd Versus, with good news! News about The Cases The Crowd vs. Ibutho Coal Good news in general, although the legal case may return. The people we supported were successful in stopping the application for an open cast coal mine. Ibutho Coal has retreated! […]

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  • UDAPT insists that the Ecuadorian Government stops interfering

    Posted on 20 September 2017

    UDAPT insists that the Ecuadorian Government does not interfere in the private litigation against Chevron Quito, September 18, 2017.- The Union of People Affected by Texaco in Ecuador (UDAPT), insists that the Ecuadorian Government does not interfere in the private litigation against the oil company Texaco (currently Chevron). They warn that if they interfere with […]

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  • Good News!

    Posted on 9 September 2017

    With Ibutho Coal (Pty) Ltd having gone to ground in mid-2016, we breathed a short sigh of relief and basked in our victory. For mining to be pursued again in Fuleni, a new mining right application and EIA process would need to instigated. For now, Fuleni is safe.

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  • Imfolozi bridge

    Posted on 9 September 2017

    Update from teh save our Imfolozi Wilderness Campaign: The Department of Transport has submitted an application for the development of a large bridge over the Mfolozi River only 2 kms from the boundary of HiP and suggests that it will attract ‘regional traffic’. This will also attract coal trucks through rural villages, creating major safety […]

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