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Apr 15, 2011

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Many question were asked about the wisdom of continuing to pursue a nuclear energy programme after the challenging events associated with Japan’s earthquake- and tsunami-stricken Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. But, as the crisis was unfolding, South Africa approved a new power generation mix for the coming 20 years, which incorporates nuclear. To be sure, the environmental approval process and the associated public consultations will be entirely unlike a weekend fishing trip. Prepare for a battle!
 

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