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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

 
Nov 21, 2014
I really wanted to go on stage. I wanted to be an actor. To this day, I weep, real tears, in stage productions. The last stage production I saw was Ons Vir Jou. By the time we came to the theme song, I was a snivelling wreck. I blindly asked for a tissue – it was...
Nov 14, 2014
I am in Port Elizabeth, presenting a nuclear quality assurance course.  It is a course based on the ASME Code III, which is the nuclear fabrication code.  ASME is an international organisation, based in New York, in the US. Its stamp of approval is accepted...
Nov 07, 2014
I was invited to the launch function of a new shunting locomotive built by Grinrod Rail, in Pretoria. The loco is the GS7 and looks really neat. I got into the cab and looked at everything I could.
Oct 31, 2014
I have seen news reports that the Competition Commission has launched an investigation into elements of the automotive industry relating to the supply of components to original-equipment manufacturers (OEMs). My immediate reaction a sense of unease. I suspect that...
Oct 24, 2014
There have been several copper cable theft incidents all over the country that have caused massive collateral damage. The collateral damage is often extensive. Over and above the cost of replacing the stolen cable is the massive cost of an area being out of power for...
Oct 17, 2014
The Mars rover, Curiosity, has just completed two years on the surface of that planet.  All is going well. The very fancy device has found water in the sand that was thought to be dry. In fact, about 1 l of water for about 30 l of sand, so there is a lot.
Oct 10, 2014
There was a big fuss in the media when a story came out that South Africa had signed a deal with the Russians to buy eight nuclear reactors. The story was not true. When I saw the first press release I felt uneasy because it just did not look right.
Oct 03, 2014
The Rosetta space mission of the European Space Agency is heading for a terrific show in November. The Rosetta mission is an attempt to land a space probe on a comet, in outer space.
Sep 26, 2014
I went to Port Elizabeth for a couple of days. I had received various requests to travel to the coastal city. So, accompanied by my project coordinator, I went.
Sep 19, 2014
The obsession that some people have with the renaming of places, streets and institutions is one of the most unreasonable sets of actions to have come out of post-1994 South Africa. Who are the people doing this?  If one has a look, it is only some politicians.
 
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