Karpowership SA has applied to the department of forestry, fisheries & the environment to re-enact the environmental authorisation it got for its floating gas-to-power plant in Richards Bay.

Environmental affairs minister Barbara Creecy granted the majority Turkish owned company the required authorisation for the project in October. However the authorisation was appealed by environmental lobby groups, the Biodiversity Law Centre,  and the South Durban Community Environmental Alliance and groundWork, which were represented by the Centre for Environmental Rights...

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