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South Africa's Nuclear Future

"The South African government has embarked on a programme to develop the country’s nuclear energy capability in order to meet increasing national energy demand. In order to achieve its nuclear ambitions, government has appointed a cabinet-level co…

Egypt's Quest for a Nuclear Future

In 2015 Egypt signed an agreement with ROSATOM, the Russian state atomic energy corporation, to build a nuclear power plant at Al Dabaa on the country’s northern coast, west of Alexandria. The agreement is a culmination of around six decades of disc…

Nuclear Energy in South Africa

South Africa is regarded as the poster child for nuclear disarmament, nuclear non-proliferation and the peaceful use of nuclear energy. This report sketches the country’s historical and contemporary nuclear context. Post-apartheid South Africa set o…

Nuclear Energy in Ghana

Ghana’s emerging nuclear power programme is the culmination of nearly 60 years of socioeconomic and political developments under successive governments since independence in 1957. As far back as 1961, President Kwame Nkrumah’s government instituted …

International Involvement in the African Nuclear Market

African countries want to become major competitors in the global economy. Socio economic development inevitably leads to an increase in energy demand. Some African countries are considering nuclear power as an alternative, clean source of energy. Ot…

Synchronising Nuclear Governance in SADC Member States through Regional Cooperation

SADC member states have adopted different approaches to nuclear energy and radioactive applications. However, all of them need to improve their regulatory frameworks and policies to allow, for example, the safe and secure transportation of nuclear m…

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