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Breaking Barriers

Coal Mining vs.Agriculture

Published on by HELEEN WILLIAMS
Introduction

In South Africa we produce 255 million tones of coal a year and we consume more than three quarters thereof in our households. The quarter that is left is exported to other countries, More or less 77% of our country’s energy needs come from coal and the amount of coal consumed on the continent of Africa thatcomes from South Africa alone is 92%. There are five main coal companies in South Africa. These large companies are Glencore Xstrta, Exxaro, Anglo American plc, South32’s South African Energy Coal and the most obvious, Sasol Mining. There are two kinds of mining operations in South Africa, namely open-pit mining and sub-surface mining.

This blog post uses theories of P. Holm ‘Humanities for the Environment—A manifesto for research and action’ (2015) and Shelby Grant and Mary Lawhon in their article, ‘Reporting on rhinos: analysis of the newspaper coverage of rhino poaching’ (2014) to create awareness of the environmental concerns surrounding the issues of coal mining in South Africa and the lack of change that is taking place coming from both the public as well as the government’s side. In doing so analysing and giving critique of three online media articles. These are ‘GrounUp: Mpumalanga environmental crisis- why is nobody listening?’ from Daily Maverick (2014), ‘How Does Large-Scale Mining Affect Agriculture?’ from miningfacts.org (2011) and ‘The South African Coal Roadmap’ Sanedifrom (2013).

Who and what are the drivers of change?

The mining industry are taking up all the land destroying biodiversity and causing pollution. The following are people against these actions; scientists, academics, conservation organisations, tourism authorities, NGOs, WWF-SA and the Bureau for Food and Agricultural policy.

What is happening?

For years no change has been taking place, despite all the warnings thathave beensent out about the growth in the mining industry and the negative impacts on the environment, including the water and food security, particularly in Mpumalanga, South Africa. It’s like a land war between these two industries.

What can be done and How?

Assessments have to be made of the impact of coal mining on H2O resources,potential farmland as well aspotentials in tourism. Government departments have to agree on restricting mining in certain areas, areas containing H2O in particular and biodiversity or that are potential farmlands to provide food for South Africa in the future.

What are the means to do it?

More south Africans should start questioning the dominance and insist on theimprovementof mineplanning, for resources to be protected in a more successfulmanner andfor cooperation from the Department of Mineral Resources to do so.

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