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FIN24 analysis by Matthew le Cordeur

State capture theorists point to the 9.6 GW nuclear deal as the jackpot, which explains why so much attention has been given to how the nuclear procurement programme has played out.

All hell broke loose when Russian firm Rosatom said on September 22 2014 that it had struck a mega nuclear deal with South Africa, with politicians immediately crying foul over the process.

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