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Kelvin Kemm
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Dr Kemm is a nuclear physicist and is the CEO of Nuclear Africa (Pty) Ltd.

He sits on the Board of Advisers of the Committee for A Constructive Tomorrow, based in Washington DC. 

He is also a Board Member of GoNuclear Inc, and EFN: USA both based in Colorado, USA.

 

Exec@nuclearafrica.co.za

 
Jan 29, 2016
The exciting South African nuclear power development programme has taken a few major strides over the past few months. The environmental-impact assessment team have submitted their report concerning nuclear power sites.  They have recommended that the best site to...
Jan 22, 2016
While clearing out some old books, I happened to come across one that quoted some old science and technology comments. Some were interesting and some a bit amusing. One, dated 1957, said that radio, telephone and TV systems were becoming so good that they would soon...
Jan 15, 2016
Last month, while the twenty-first Conference of the Parties (COP 21) turmoil was well on the go, I turned on the TV to watch more discussion on potential outcomes of the conference. What I saw were many sad faces predicting doom and making more and more ridiculous...
Dec 11, 2015
I was invited to be a speaker at an antinuclear, progreen conference. The organiser told me that it was funded by European antinuclear groups and that about 15 countries were represented by the 70-odd delegates. I met representatives from African countries, such as...
Dec 04, 2015
The extreme green movement was celebrating in the US when President Barack Obama gave in to its demands and refused to allow the construction of the Keystone oil pipeline. Dressed in rabbit and polar bear outfits, the greens danced and sang in front of the White...
Nov 27, 2015
The Paris twenty-first Conference of the Parties, or COP 2, is getting nearer.  More and more people are hoping for ‘success’ at the conference.  By this they mean that an international agreement will be signed, limiting carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Such an...
Nov 20, 2015
I read an article about the Communications Workers Union (CWU) threatening to strike yet again.  A court subsequently issued an interdict against any wild-cat strike action. The CWU Gauteng chairperson, Velaphi Zulu, then stated that the union had no intention of...
Nov 13, 2015
I am writing this column sitting in the airport just outside Hanoi, in Vietnam. I was invited by the Vietnamese nuclear authority to attend a seminar and give a presentation on the development of a Vietnamese nuclear power infrastructure. There were two foreign...
Nov 06, 2015
Physics as a science is a game of measurement and of numbers. Yes, there are philosophies and principles, but all has to eventually be reduced to an ability to actually measure and to assign numbers. Having said that, it is important to point out that one can get...
Oct 30, 2015
I heard on the radio that October is national Transport Month.  I do not quite know what one is supposed to do during Transport Month.  Some people seem to think that you must use transport during Transport Month, and others that you must not use it. In Sandton,...
 
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