Chris Yelland is the MD of EE Publishers. BUSINESS DAY TV: Eskom has officially terminated the nuclear request for information following the recent court order that found that government failed to follow due process in going ahead with the 9.6GW nuclear build programme, declaring it unconstitutional and also illegal. In fact until as recently as this weekend Russia’s Rosatom was telling local media that it had not changed its plans to bid for a nuclear programme. Meanwhile, new energy minister Mmamoloko Kubayi is saying she is open to public hearings. Joining us to give us his take is EE Publishers’ Chris Yelland. Chris ... so we’ve got Eskom having terminated its nuclear request for information. Is this just par for the course given the ruling that was handed down by the High Court in the Western Cape? CHRIS YELLAND: I don’t think Eskom had any choice in the matter. This is a process that has been declared invalid. It’s a DoE process, Department of Energy and it’s a Nersa (National...

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