SWC ~ Sustaining the Wild Coast ~ » Annual Reports

By: Swc  11-11-2011

Introduction.

This narrative report explains the progress made in achieving the objectives of “Sustaining the Wild Coast Association”, (SWC) (formerly “Save the Wild Coast Campaign”).



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11-11-2011

SWC ~ Sustaining the Wild Coast ~ » Current Issues

The Human Rights Commission found that consultation was woefully lacking as far back as 2007, and the only remedial ‘consultation’ process that I am aware of was when the BEE partner Xolco submitted forged and fraudulent names of some 3000 local residents claiming their free and informed consent.


11-11-2011

SWC ~ Sustaining the Wild Coast ~ » Newspaper and Media

A statement released by the Transport Ministry yesterday stated that Ndebele believed that consultative processes should be allowed to take place to offer concerned parties the opportunity to share their views on toll road programmes.


11-11-2011

SWC ~ Sustaining the Wild Coast ~ » SWC Comments

Flood of Objections to Wild Coast Toll Road.


11-11-2011

SWC ~ Sustaining the Wild Coast ~ » News From Fellow NGO’s

During the hearing, the Constitutional Court judges referred to the “path-breaking” nature of the case, stressing the need to apply Constitutional imperatives and to recognise the importance of civil society organisations such as Biowatch in translating environmental and social rights into practice.