/ 26 August 2021

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

August 18 2020 Eskom’s Koeberg Nuclear Power Station Near Cape Town Is Due To Be Decommissioned In 2024, But The Power Utility Will Be Seeking To Get A License To Extend It’s Use By Another 20 Years. Photo By David Harrison
Ailing power utility Eskom has warned it will have to ramp up load-shedding during the winter months.(Photo: David Harrison/M&G)

Legal processes required to grant a licence for South Africa’s nuclear power plant have not been followed, civil society organisations say

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