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Organisations campaigning against the continuous use of coal-powered energy are on a collision course with the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research over its latest study.
The court has ruled that the minister of energy is solely liable for all legal costs in the court case challenging government’s plans to procure 9.6GW of nuclear energy.
The agreement South Africa signed with Russia over nuclear energy is not a commercial agreement, the Western Cape High Court has heard.
The City of Johannesburg has suddenly become terribly concerned about water security, leading it to implement level 2 water restrictions.
A court ruling declaring unlawful government’s actions to secure a nuclear build plan occurred on the very same day a nuclear disaster happened in Chernobyl in Russia.
Judge Lee Bozalek has set aside with costs government's nuclear agreements signed with vendor countries and declared them unlawful and unconstitutional.
Environmental organisations are adamant that new power stations are not in line with emission rules.
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