Category Archives: South Africa

Nuclear Energy Can Eliminate Poverty in Africa

Nuclear Energy Can Eliminate Poverty in Africa

by PD Lawton , 19 September 2021

image: transmission lines. Dailyenergyinsider

Energy poverty sustains poverty because electricity is the foundation of all economic development

Africa suffers from an acute energy deficit. Electricity consumption correlates directly with a nation`s standard of living. Electricity is … Read the rest

Le nucléaire : une part de la réponse à la pénurie d’électricité en Afrique sub-saharienne ?

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Le nucléaire : une part de la réponse à la pénurie d’électricité en Afrique sub-saharienne ?

Dans cet article d’opinion, Isabel Bosman, du think tank SAIIA (South African Institute of International Affairs), soutient que, malgré ses écueils, le nucléaire reste une voie à Read the rest

Poverty In South Africa – An Interview with S’Bu Zikode of Abahlali baseMjondolo

Abahlali baseMjondolo was founded by S`bu Zikode who speaks to us today about the recent protests and looting in South Africa.

Source: The New African Paradigm

Poverty In South Africa – An Interview with S’Bu Zikode of Abahlali baseMjondolo

Abahlali baseMjondolo began in Durban in October 2005. It is the Read the rest

An urgent call to build solidarity in action

re posted from                           ABAHLALI baseMJONDOLO

An urgent call to build solidarity in action

Saturday 24 July 2021
Abahlali baseMjondolo Press Statement

An urgent call to build solidarity in action

The situation in Durban is very serious. The politicians and the people around them are actively trying to divide people and

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KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng are burning, we need to build a just peace

re posted from                           ABAHLALI baseMJONDOLO

Many people were hungry before Covid. Now they have been starving since March last year. Many lost jobs and those few who were getting the R350 grant which was making a difference to their lives have lost it. More than 74% of the youth are

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