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On 5 July 2011, it was announced that coal mining at the Vele Colliery near the Mapungubwe National Park had been given the go-ahead, despite a halt on mining activities in August 2010 due to environmental contraventions.

In response to this announcement, Green Renaissance has collaborated with the Save Mapungubwe NGO Coalition to raise awareness about this pressing issue by creating a three-part video series. This series focuses on a different character from each of the countries that will be affected by mining, namely South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana.

The first video was released a few weeks ago, and addressed the issue of mining at Mapungubwe from a South African perspective from the viewpoint of Christopher Vele Neluvhalani.

Mining will Offend our Ancestors from Green Renaissance on Vimeo.

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Green Renaissance are a South African production company focusing on green content creation. Green Renaissance specialise in helping non-profit organizations and environmentally-conscious businesses develop creative content that promotes green and conservation initiatives. We find inspiration in Nature everyday and we hope to encourage others to affect change and inspire action.