Monthly Archives: October 2021

What the Green New Deal Means for South Africa

this article was first published 6 April 2021

ESKOM Management Ushers in the Green New Deal for South Africa

by PD Lawton

André de Ruyter,Group Chief Executive (GCE) of Eskom Holdings, wants to power South Africa with wind and solar. De-carbonizing the economy of this coal rich country is a … Read the rest

Solar and Wind Force Poverty on Africa: Africa Needs Reliable Energy-Nuclear-to Power Industrialized Economies

“The comments below by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, are very timely as G-20 nations convene in Glasgow for the COP26 Summit. President Museveni is absolutely correct. The Green energy movement proposed by the West will lead to more deaths, increase poverty, and impose more misery, and suffering across the continent Read the rest

Nuclear for Africa’s Prosperity! Living with energy

Source: Africa4Nuclear

S1E4 Africa4Nuclear: Living with energy

29 October 2021

Nuclear for Africa’s Prosperity!


Season 1 comes to an end, but don’t despair, Season 2 premiers next week. In this last episode, Princy explores how South Africans access energy differently depending on their socioeconomic status.

Africa4Nuclear is … Read the rest

Climate Change – Ebb and Flow of the Tide

re posted from                               WATTS UP WITH THAT?

Climate Change – Ebb and Flow of the Tide

Part 1 of 3

By Kelvin Kemm

Dr Kemm’s complete essay containing all three parts may be found here.

Emotional, agenda-driven politics confronts sound, evidence-based science

The topic of global warming and climate change

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The Oligarch`s proxy war in Tigray, Ethiopia.

Development in Africa , which is the alleviation of poverty , is primarily being realized through partnership with China`s Belt and Road Initiative. This is because China lends ( and gives) financing for hard infrastructure, transport and energy projects.

Ethiopia is the foremost African country in China`s Belt and Road … Read the rest

South Africa: Human Rights Commission asked to look into post-apartheid forced removal

re posted from                                GROUND UP

Human Rights Commission asked to look into post-apartheid forced removal

255 people live in dire circumstances in “Soweto” in Mthatha after they were forcefully relocated in 2012

| By Mkhuseli Sizani and Hoseya Jubase

Photo of a man climbing out of a hovel

Sandile Mngweba, 61, crawls out

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