It hangs on everyone’s lips: Will South Africa’s regime consider purchasing another nuclear power generation plant similar to the Koeberg plant.
South Africa is fast moving backwards and has long been no country with First World standards. With the regime’s latest efforts to light the lights, it is clear that there is so much pressure on the Ramaphosa government that they are in no way approaching one task after another and finding solutions.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni was very busy at the Davos summit, but his busy time was only to kill fires over the Eskom scandal and the empty state coffers that lack the ability to borrow money to save SAL .
That raises the question of whether nuclear power plants are the answer to SA’s power supply, but experts believe the Koeberg power station is a prime example of First World equipment, and in fact can’t be safe in the hands of a Third World country.”