Activists March Against Nuclear Power

Environmental activists marches in cities around South Africa against the government’s nuclear expansion plans

Environmental activists have marched in cities around South Africa against the government’s nuclear expansion plans which they believe “threaten present and future generations”.
 
Members of Earthlife Africa, Greenpeace Africa, Justice and Peace and Ceasefire assembled in Pieter Roos Park in Parktown, Johannesburg and marched to Beyers Naude Square in the city centre.
 
The group aimed to raise concern about the cost of new projects, the safety of nuclear power and the lack of transparency and accountability in the nuclear sector.
 
The march followed numerous attempts by Greenpeace to get Eskom to cancel the Kusile power plant, currently being built in Lephalale, Limpopo.
 
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Source: 
The Citizen

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