nuclear south africa

Eskom says a court challenge to prevent it from rushing ahead with the nuclear programme is unnecessary.
The finance minister reportedly discussed funding options with representatives from the World Bank.
It is the "declared intention of the government."
The power utility says much of the work already carried out happened before the new rules came into force.
A nuclear deal would tie us into repayments for at least 25 years
South Africa’s one-time nuclear kingpin has disappeared from view – and persistent rumours suggest we should be asking questions about his alleged role as a recipient of money tied to Russia’s nuclear ambitions.
Treasury has been reluctant to approve the deal because it could end up costing more than R1 trillion.
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