Eskom's Koko firm about SA's need for nuclear

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Cape Town – Eskom interim CEO Matshela Koko on Thursday reiterated the need for nuclear power as a source of base load energy in South Africa, saying it’s not possible to “wish away the need for for it". 

Koko was part of a delegation, consisting of Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown, Zethemba Khoza, Eskom board member and KPMG director and chief economist Lullu Krugel, who presented the results of a study on the economic impact of the Koeberg power station on the economy. 

READ: Koeberg power station contributes billions to SA economy - Brown

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