Our plan of action is to show and tell the world what is happening along this pristine coastline. The reality is that this area is under siege by a strew of multinational mining companies that seem to have the unequivocal backing of the SA Government. These companies have been allowed to run amok along this coastline unchallenged primarily because it is mostly uninhabited and there are few “local’s” to push back. This is now a national problem.
There are numerous new mining applications in the pipeline and a proposal for a massive shipping port (Port Nolloth) to support the industry. If things carry on without proper engagement and oversight by the people of South Africa, then the West Coast will become one big mine dump and we cannot let that happen for the sake of ourselves and future generations.