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Nuclear still in SA’s energy mix says Radebe

Radebe says nuclear energy will remain one of the mechanisms government will use to diversity its sources of energy in the future

Energy department cuts budget allocation for clean energy

The department of energy plans to cut its budget allocation for clean energy, much to the disappointment of the portfolio committee on energy

Why decommissioning Koeberg nuclear plant won’t be easy

For South Africa decommissioning its nuclear plant Koeberg is a reality that cannot be ignored much longer

Letters to the editor: May 5 to 11 2017

Readers write in about debating nuclear power stations.

Nuclear turn-off tumbles giants

Westinghouse and Areva’s troubles have been compounded by the anti-nuclear lobby, but developing world ambitions remain.

Energy plan puts nuclear on backburner

Eskom favours the model that cuts emissions and renewables because nuclear would start sooner.

Editorial: Nuke the new energy plan

Locking South Africa into a nuclear build makes no sense, unless you are a politician with something to gain.

Nuclear build tied to outdated Integrated Resource Plan

The energy plan does not reflect how much has changed since 2010.

​Politicking over the nuclear build has stalled SA’s need to lower carbon emissions

The government is ignoring its own warnings to take drastic action to curb climate change.

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