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Why SA does not need nuclear energy

By: Matthew le Cordeur South Africa’s renewable energy programme will deliver enough electricity on time and on budget without the risk of nuclear accidents, a protesting environmentalist said on Wednesday. David le Page of Fossil Free South Africa was protesting outside Parliament along with peers who were demanding transparency from the government regarding the funding model […]

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Our Nuclear Vigil is spreading

We are happy to announce that our Pretoria colleagues have started their own Nuclear Vigil in the Jacaranda City. The nuclear vigil began in Cape Town last year October and takes place every Wednesday from 7.30 – 9.00am in front of Parliament. The Pretoria nuclear vigil, which is to run concurrently with the Cape Town […]

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VIDEO – Faith ‘vigil’ against nukes

Board members of the Southern African Faith Communities Environment Institute (SAFCEI) held a vigil outside the entrance to parliament. This was part of SAFCEI’s ethical governance initiative and is in response to government’s continued support of nuclear power. Join our weekly #NukeVigil outside Cape Town parliament every Wednesday morning between 7.30am-9am. Support the #NukeVigils by […]

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