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The Cape Windlass Environmental Action group – perhaps fortified by the recent Cape High Court judgment against the Arabella estate (see nose122) – has lodged a challenge in the same court against ...

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Submitted by : on 2010-01-02 17:47:55
I agree with Scott. What are the real damages of golf courses. They seem to benefit very few people. I have also stopped playing golf as most golfers just seem so fat, I would hate to end up like that.
 
Submitted by : Scott Cundill of Johannesburg on 2009-12-28 09:50:50
I would love to see you guys do an investigation into the REAL EIA of a golf course. Although they look green and lush, they are actually deserts. I stopped playing golf when I touched just the tip of the iceberg of the damage they really cause.

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