Environmentalists are up in arms after the South African government's decision to give Australia's Tormin mining company the go-ahead to vastly expand its current extraction of mineral sands on ten additional west coast beaches, and on an inland strip of old beach adjoining the existing mine near Lutzville.
Govt Approves Tormin's Massive West Coast Mining Expansion
GroundUp, 15 July 2019
Government has given Australian-owned Tormin mine the go-ahead to vastly expand its current extraction of mineral sands on ten additional West Coast beaches and on an inland strip… Read more »
Part of the current mineral sands extraction by the Tormin Mine on the West Coast.
The controversial Tormin mineral sands mine has applied for an extension of its mining rights despite unresolved environmental issues and alleged unlawful practices. Read more »
Despite the High Court ruling declaring a search-and-seizure of Mineral Sands Resources's Tormin mine on the West Coast to be invalid, Judge Owen Rogers maintains that ... Read more »
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