Environmentalists are taking government to court to clean up Mpumalanga’s air
The court papers cite five respondents, including the minister of environmental affairs, the national air quality officer and President Cyril Ramaphosa
Environmental activists are dragging the government to court over its alleged poor progress in cleaning up air pollution in the Mpumalanga highveld.
GroundWork and the Vukani Environmental Justice Movement in Action, represented by the Centre for Environmental Rights, have launched a landmark case to demand that the government clean up the air in the highly polluted area. ..
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