Environmental groups welcome China’s pledge on coal - The Mail & Guardian

Will China’s end of coal finance be the final nail in the coffin for MMESZ?

2021-09-24 08:35:00 PM

The fate of South Africa’s controversial Musina-Makhado Special Economic Zone (MMSEZ) in Limpopo is uncertain, according to activists who are celebrating China’s announcement that it will stop all international coal financing.

Will China’s end of coal finance be the final nail in the coffin for MMESZ?

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