UCPP to screen ‘gas’ movie

2016-04-08 06:00
School children who were part of a recent march against water pollution and fracking in Matatiele. Photo: supplied.

School children who were part of a recent march against water pollution and fracking in Matatiele. Photo: supplied.

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ON Friday 15 April, Umzimvubu Catchment Partnership Programme (UCPP) will host a screening of the movie The High Cost of Cheap Gas, produced by Jeffrey Barbee, in Matatiele.
Barbee from Colorado in the United Stated and a member of Earth Alliance, will attend the screening to introduce the movie.
Nicky McLeod of the UCPP said there will be two screenings, one at 11am and another at 6pm at King Edward High.

Entry is R20, at the door.
- Supplied.

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