As President Zuma prepares for his State of the Nation Address tomorrow, Greenpeace urges him to put South Africa on track for a clean and sustainable energy future, thus providing a number of new jobs, as part of his move to declare 2011 the...
It's time to end the perversity of taxpayers paying for fossil fuels which destroy our future and to admit that 'tinkering at the edges will not do the job' of achieving a sustainable future for all (1).
This week Thursday President Zuma will give his State of the Nation address, and you’ve been invited to shape the president’s speech.
Today South Africans are faces sharply increasing electricity prices and an impending water crisis -- something the president seems to have missed in his State of the Nation Address.
In his annual State of the Nation address this evening, President Zuma showed a total disregard for sustainable energy, asking citizens to save power until the two coal-fired power stations – Medupi and Kusile – come onboard in two years time.
Today marks the first boiler pressure test at Medupi coal-fired power station – an event graced by SA President Zuma. Medupi's first unit is expected to start delivering electricity to the national grid by mid-2013.
In a recent article in the Mail and Guardian it was revealed that President Zuma has taken over as the chairperson of the National Nuclear Energy Coordinating committee.
Greenpeace repeats its call for SA government to abandon plans to build new nuclear stations in the face of deadly catastrophes such as the Chernobyl disaster that’s still affecting Ukrainians 25 years later.
Greenpeace strongly condemns cabinet's decision to include 9 600 MW of additional nuclear energy into South Africa’s new energy plan -- this while Japan continues to struggle with a nuclear crisis after the devastating earthquake and tsunami last...
With the announcement of cooperation agreements having been signed between South African and French energy companies, Greenpeace reiterates its call to President Zuma not to fall into the dangerous trap of nuclear energy.
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