Challenging the powers that be: Cape Town cell masts dangerously close to homes An Appeal to Cape Town Councillors by Olga Sheean 12 December 2016 Dear Councillors: I am writing to you from Canada, where I have spent more than
The following letters submitted to the Cape Times between 26 Jul and 3 Aug 2016 highlight some the concerns around unconstitutional governance at the cost of environment and health, including concerns around the placement of cellphone towers in Cape Town.
Lauraine M H Vivian and Olle Johansson In January 2013, thirty year old James Lech a MIT post-graduate student became the first person to be diagnosed as suffering with electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and registered for medical disability in South Africa.
The World Health Organisation is invited by scientists to recognize Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) as genuine pathological entities including them in the International Classification of Diseases. Following the fifth Paris Appeal congress, which took place on the