Lydia Petersen doesn’t sleep much. Cursed with insomnia, she spends many of her evenings trawling news websites.
That’s how, a week ago, she stumbled on media reports that an international technical services company, Jacobs Engineering, had been appointed to carry out modifications as part of a R20-billion contract to extend the life of Koeberg by 20 years.
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