JOHANNESBURG - Opposition against Shell's seismic survey continues to grow despite a court giving Shell the go-ahead.
Environmentalists and concerned citizens have gathered in protest against the move.
Among the issues are concerns that the move will harm the biodiverse Wild Coast and destroy livelihoods.
The petroleum giant faces another application to stop its exploration.
The Makhanda High Court dismissed a bid to stop Shell's seismic surveys of the Wild Coast.
Judge Avinash Govindjee said the applicants did not convince him the survey would irreparably damage wildlife.
Shell is aware of the protests currently taking place and have acknowledged all the different views.
Shell says it respects the right of everyone to express their point of view.
It only asks that they do so with their safety and the safety of others in mind.
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