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Civil society groups angered by lack of transparency on Koeberg’s life extension

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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Sheree Bega
Sheree Bega is an environment reporter at the Mail & Guardian.

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