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Talks aimed at resolving SA’s energy mix challenges to ignite economic growth were at the top of the agenda at this year’s Energy Indaba. But the discussions come amid the concern that the government is trying to force through a costly nuclear bid plan, and sideline new renewable power projects. The indaba is being used as a platform to invite local and foreign investors into the energy sector but, with so much policy and political uncertainty, is anyone interested? Deputy Energy Minister Thembi Majola discusses plans for SA’s future energy mix, and how this could boost economic growth. OR LISTEN TO THE AUDIO:

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