This year the Amadiba Crisis Committee held about six public seminars across the country on the proposed N2 Wild Coast Toll road. Since 2017, the Amadiba Crisis Committee has been trying to convince the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) to move the N2 highway route from the Amadiba coast in Mbizana, Eastern Cape. Assisted by a team of experts, the ACC is now going public with an alternative inland route for the N2.
The alignment of the N2 Wild Coast Freeway in Mbizana, as proposed by SANRAL, not only disrupts a 90m wide by 32km long swathe of the pristine and sensitive environment within the Protected Coastal Area. It also disrupts ecotourism and productive agricultural and grazing land on the coast and it has other ramifications extending way beyond the footprint of the road reserve. See the presentation below.
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