Daily Maverick: “Our Burning Planet – Thirstlands of EAPASA: The Failures of Our Environmental Regulator” by Kevin Bloom

“As the legislated frontline in the battle against ecosystem collapse, the Environmental Assessment Practitioners’ Association of South Africa is meant to hold a critical professional sector to account. But, as the case of Dr Kenneth Singo shows, the regulator is not doing its mandated job. If the country’s priceless biodiversity is to survive, a whole […]

National Environment Month and some of the FSE’s contributions

National Environment Month is celebrated in the month of June. The South African government and environmental champions lead the way by raising awareness on all environmental issues.  Environment Month Celebrations (17 June 2021)  The Federation for a Sustainable Environment (FSE), in association with Gold Fields’ South Deep Mine, Rand Water, the local Councillor and Municipality, […]

The FSE and Environmental Day activities and workshop

The FSE participated in the Hata-Butle Primary School’s Environmental Day Workshop in Khuma on the 3rd of June 2021 and was requested to present on environmental issues to the learners.  The invitation was extended by Mr Pule Mokoteli, Chairperson of the TLHAHO-IMVELO ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANISATION. The Workshop was attended by members of COGTA, officials from the City […]


The environmental damage caused by radioactive waste at the abandoned mines 10 November 2020 7:14 AM The Federation for Sustainable Environment has taken about 30 organs of state, including Ministers and DGs in the departments of Mineral Resources, Water & Sanitation and Environmental Affairs and mining company Mintails, to be held accountable for the environmental […]

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