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Amadiba Crisis Committee Press statement, 30 March 2016

Author: Amadiba Crisis Committee, Published on: 29 March 2016

...We encourage MRC’s shareholders and Australian experts to read our lawyers’ objection. Has [Mark] Caruso told you that he had no access to our land since April 2015? Has he reported that he has sacked his Environmental Assessment Practitioner (EAP)? Caruso’s recent EAP recruit is a South African living in Perth. He will be better off there, with the exiles...22 February, our community again blocked MRC from access to our land. MRC had threatened through chief Lunga, whom they have bought, to "come by force"...The Xolobeni Scoping Report says that MRC “needs” 13 to 15 million cubic meter water per year, from the groundwater and from rivers. This is the water we use for our livelihood...

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