Thu 26 January 2017, The Guardian

Makhado mine: flashpoint for tensions over South Africa's pro-coal policies

By Jason Burke
O n the horizon are the mountains, verdant rainforest on their well-watered, shaded southern slopes and arid scrub on the dry reverse slopes. Then there is the plain, studded with baobab trees and outcrops. Finally there is the river Limpopo. Beyond is another country: troubled, restive Zimbabwe.
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