N2 Wild Coast project to start in the next six months - Sanral

2017-03-08 11:01

Sanral spokesperson Vusi Mona says work on the N2 Wild Coast project is expected to start within the next six months, and the project should be completed by 2021.

Wild Coast mourns man who inspired anti-toll, anti-mine activism

2017-01-10 07:09

Samson Gampe proved to be one of the biggest obstacles to state-sponsored ambitions to tame the Wild Coast, says John Clarke.

Tourism tragedy unfolding on the Wild Coast

2016-10-09 11:20

A tourism tragedy is unfolding on the Wild Coast. It has been doing so for some years now, writes Margie Pretorius.

WATCH: Journo describes attack by 'Bazooka' funeral mob

Two journalists from The Citizen and two anti-mining activists were beaten at the funeral of slain anti-mining activist Sikhosiphi “Bazooka” Rhadebe in the Eastern Cape on Saturday. Watch.

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Wild Coast anti-mining leader murdered

2016-03-23 11:57

An anti-mining group on the Eastern Cape Wild Coast has reacted with shock to the murder of its chairperson amid conflict over mining rights in this tourism hot spot.


Gordhan urged to save Wild Coast from Sanral toll road

2017-02-12 11:43

A social worker taking former Sanral CEO Nazir Alli to court has pleaded with Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to save the Wild Coast from the planned N2 highway.

Debating the N2 Wild Coast toll road

2016-11-02 06:05

Sanral says its reports quantify the benefits of building a highway through the Wild Coast, while Sustaining the Wild Coast called on the entity to provide accurate information.

In search of clues for anti-mining leader's murder

2016-04-19 06:41

Even after the murder of the Wild Coast's anti-mining leader, there is no indication that the Department of Mineral Resources will end the mining licence application.

A murder on Wild Coast escalates conflict over water, land, mining

2016-04-01 22:00

The Xolobeni conflict pits against each other an company's view of economic development, government’s effort to help, and a community's bid to preserve its land.

Wild Coast titanium remains ‘unobtainium’

2016-03-23 07:55

Urbanites see the Wild Coast as remote as a fictional planet, but the tensions building over mining rights speak to the future of humans, says John Clarke.

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