Small-Scale Fishers Worry Over Total's Offshore Drilling in South Africa

Small-Scale Fishers Worry Over Total's Offshore Drilling in South Africa

French energy giant TotalEnergies wants to explore South Africa's biodiverse coastline for oil and gas, risking environmental damage. The move pits the company against environmentalists and small-scale fishermen, who fear the impact on their livelihoods and the pristine coastal ecosystem.
February 8, 2024
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