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Nuclear Future in the Western Cape? 21 Nov 2011!

ARE YOU WILLING TO ACCEPT A NUCLEAR FUTURE FOR THE WESTERN CAPE?

Join us for this important talk!

The South African government plans to spend an estimated R1 trillion on six nuclear reactors on our coast. Two of these are planned for Bantamsklip, 42km from Hermanus. Tenders are to be finalised this year and the bidding process is due to start in early 2012.

There has been strong opposition at Thyspunt close to Jeffreys Bay, so it is very likely that Bantamsklip

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Save Bantamsklip from nuclear

A personal appeal from the chair of Savebantamsklip campaign

This is a community project, entirely created and funded by people like you. This petition and its effectiveness for its purpose is up to and dependent on us acting together. You are part of that community. This effort is about the power of people like us to achieve extraordinary things. People like us sign-up, co-operate and fund the campaign. It took a community like us to stop the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor Nuclear roll-out across Africa. Ultimately it took a single committed individual to force the ANC to institute an independent commission of inquiry into the Arms Deal. It also took the small Green Party in Germany to start the closure of their entire nuclear fleet. It took committed people like us to create biosphere reserves which protect our natural environment and sustainable development for us and for generations to come.

Our objective is to persuade the ANC government to review their decision to place a massive Nuclear Industrial facility, with two reactors on the Bantamsklip site, near