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Johannesburg - The five nuclear vendor nations that had previously signed intergovernmental agreements with the South African government were anxious about the future of the nuclear build, according to Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi.

The five countries that signed agreements with the government were: China, France, Russia, South Korea and the US. Last month, a judge set aside all the agreements.

Kubayi said during an interview the five countries were definitely anxious and had communicated their anxiety with her department’s director-general, Thabane Zulu.

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