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Nonhle Mbuthuma, a local eco-tour guide, is a staunch supporter of her people and the endangered environment on which their livelihood and culture depend. (Supplied)

17 July 2015


Nonhle Mbuthuma, a local eco-tour guide, is a staunch supporter of her people and the endangered environment on which their livelihood and culture depend. (Supplied)

Nonhle Mbuthuma, a local eco-tour guide, is a staunch supporter of her people and the endangered environment on which their livelihood and culture depend. (Supplied)

By Estelle Sinkins

DOCUMENTARY film-maker Ryley Grunenwald is concerned that the government will force people from their homes as it moves ahead with plans to build the Wild Coast toll road.

These concerns seem justified as Gugile Nkwinti, Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform, said in a speech in Bizana in the Eastern Cape last week that, with 13 months left before the proposed start of construction in 2017, they need to decide “where we are going to relocate people who have to make way for the road”.

Read the full article from News24.

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