The Madupi power plant approved by the ANC regime to be erected is not only an economic disaster, but also poses the danger of harming human lives.
The power plant is not only poorly erected but took years to be finalized and still cannot deliver its full capacity.
Madupi was constructed differently from the conventional power plants, and is described as the “new dry-cooled” coal power station.
When the power station is complete and at full capacity, it will be the world’s largest “dry-cooled” power station.
Economists and environmental experts have already warned that doing 2020 off the country’s biggest coal power plant could lead to serious financial as well as climate disasters still seen in SA.
Experts say Madupi will become one of the country’s biggest dangers to people and the environment with its poisonous gases being emitted, and will also be the largest entity in terms of air and environmental pollution that will endanger thousands of people’s lives.