An 11 minute documentary film by Environmental film making Donald Guy which won top honours in the broadcast category of the 2009 SAB Environmental Journalist of the Year award. Presents an inside perspective of a young Pondo woman, Nonhle Mbuthuma on why the ambitions of Australian Junior Mining venture MRC Ltd are in direct conflict with the Pondo People who will be displaced by the proposed Xolobeni Mineral Sands mining venture.
First broadcast on 1 December 2008 by 50/50, long running environmental program on SABC TV 2.
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In three parts, including excerpts of the SAB Environmental Awards ceremony, and an extended conversation between Nonhle Mbuthuma the narrator, and Social Worker John Clarke, who together worked with Donald Guy to produce the film.