Category Archives: Nuclear Energy for Africa

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty? PD Lawton RTF Lecture

Source: Rising Tide Foundation

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty? PD Lawton RTF Lecture

28 Dec 2021

In this Rising Tide Foundation lecture, Africa Agenda editor in chief PD Lawton takes you through a definitive history of Africa with a look to the future. PD introduces ancient African renaissance traditions that Read the rest

Princy Mthombeni: I believe nuclear energy is the most valuable technology on this planet

re posted from                         AFRICAN BUSINESS

“I believe nuclear energy is the most valuable technology on this planet, which can, and ultimately will be the reason millions of African people can live secure, healthy, happy and fulfilling lives”, Princy insists.

Nowadays, Princess Mthombeni advocates for human rights through promoting peaceful uses … Read the rest

Energy Imperialism ? Pan Africanism and Energy

Dr Kelvin Kemm is an internationally renowned nuclear physicist. He is also our South African hero. For decades he has campaigned, in terms of energy,  for AFRICAN SOLUTIONS TO AFRICAN PROBLEMS. In this interview with Ethiopian media OBN he explains that Africans are having energy policies imposed upon them by … Read the rest

Nuclear Energy for a Greener, More Powerful African Future!

“Nuclear as a green energy source must be taken seriously now!”

Take this opportunity to learn from Princy about energy and the role that nuclear energy must play in addressing Africa`s energy deficit!

Source: Africa4Nuclear

S2E2 Africa4Nuclear: The circular economy

11 Nov 2021

Nuclear for Africa’s Prosperity!

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Small modular reactors – designing nuclear energy for African landscapes

re posted from                               ESI-AFRICA

Small modular reactors – designing nuclear energy for African landscapes

Chemical engineer Zak Madela at a portion of the demonstration PBMR fuel production plant at Pelindaba near Pretoria. Image provided.

The use of nuclear energy is a highly controversial topic, with there being as many doubters Read the rest

The Critical Role of Nuclear Energy as a Bridge to a Greener Economy

“Nuclear as a source of energy will play a critical role as a bridge to achieving a green economy in a responsible manner.”

Source: Africa4Nuclear

S2E1 Africa4Nuclear: People and the environment

Nuclear for Africa’s Prosperity!

PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

With COP26 currently underway, Princy looks at the impact of energy … Read the rest

South Africa: Debate on Energy Department reviving nuclear procurement

Source: Newzroom Africa

Debate on Energy Department reviving nuclear procurement

31 August 2021

The Department of Energy is looking at reviving the nuclear procurement programme, four years after a court ruling axed the plans.

To debate is programme manager for climate justice and socio-ecological transformation from the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation … Read the rest

South Africans ‘Stand Up for Nuclear’ at Annual Rallies

re posted from                    THE SCHILLER INSTITUTE

South Africans ‘Stand Up for Nuclear’ at Annual Rallies

South Africans ‘Stand Up for Nuclear’ at Annual Rallies

Sept. 30 (EIRNS)—Despite the green psychosis that has overtaken South Africa, more than 400 South Africans participated in the annual “Stand Up for Nuclear” events on

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Actually You Can Eat Roads : Is Zambia Being Punished for Friendship with China ?

Actually you can eat roads :
Is Zambia being punished for Friendship with China ?

by PD Lawton   21 September 2021

image: former president, Edgar Chagwa Lungu greeting Chinese civil engineers

Zambia`s former president, Edgar Chagwa Lungu has questioned the results of Zambia`s recent elections held on the 12 … Read the rest