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Time to divest from murder: Fossil Free SA condemns the brutal murder of anti-coal activist Fikile Ntshangase + a call to action

Call to Action In support of groundWork’s recent request “for a speedy and urgent investigation to arrest and put on trial those responsible for the murder of Mama Fikile Ntshangase”, we are sending a follow-up letter to President Ramaphosa and Minister of Police Bheki Cele in support of groundWork and the Somkhele community. Please read our letter …

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Fossil Free SA and 350 Africa congratulate eThekwini/Durban on becoming the second South African city to commit to ending its investments in fossil fuels

Fossil Free South Africa and 350 Africa congratulate the City of eThekwini/Durban on becoming the second South African city to commit to phasing out investments in climate-breaking fossil fuels. The eThekwini commitment was announced in late September, when the Mayors of Durban and Cape Town joined a group of 12 mayors from North America, Europe …

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Planet A Investment: a new Fossil Free SA newsletter for financial professionals

This year we are launching an additional newsletter, Planet A Investment, for financial professionals. Take a look at the first of many newsletters to come below. If this is something you’d like to continue receiving, sign up for the update straight to your inbox. Cut global emissions by 7.6% every year for next decade to …

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IRP 2019: More coal. Really?

The following was sent out to our mailing list in response to the recent gazetting of the integrated resource plan in South Africa. For news straight to your inbox, sign up to our mailing list here. As you may have heard, for the first time since 2010 the South African government has managed to finalise …

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