Ingérop South Africa. Study of the cost of nuclear power. Pretoria : Department of Energy, 2013
International Atomic Energy Agency. Mission report on the integrated nuclear infrastructure review (INIR), 30 January to 8 February 2013.
Eskom (Firm). Eskom nuclear power station and associated infrastructure : final scoping report / [Cape Town? : Eskom : Arcus Gibb], 2008. G 68 E.ENER.08.ESKO
The Atomic Energy Corporation (AEC) : consultants report to the Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology. [Pretoria : The Dept.], 1998. G 68 E.SCIE.98.ATOM
South Africa. Department of Mineral and Energy Affairs. Urgent issues in the South African nuclear fuel cycle industry : policy options for their resolution / [Pretoria : Dept. of Mineral and Energy Affairs], 1995. G 68 E.ENER.95.URGE
South Africa. Office of the Public Protector. Report No 4 of 2018/19 on allegations of maladministration in the matter between Mr. MA Sepepe and others and The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation
Nuclear Programme. Determination under Section 34(1) of the Electricity Regulation Act 4 of 2006. Government notice no. 1268, Government gazette no. 39541 (21 December 2015).
Nuclear Energy Act 131 of 1993.
Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction Act 87 of 1993.
Nuclear Energy Act 46 of 1999.
Available in print or online. Please ask for assistance. You may also consult the Debates in Parliament on the bills (the draft acts.)
Protocol Additional to the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of South Africa and the International Atomic Energy Agency for the Application of Safeguards in Connection with the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, 13 September 2002
Scanned copy of original.
South Africa signed the 2017 Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW).
International Atomic Energy Agency. South Africa Fact Sheet
South Africa has been a member state of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) since 1957, and has entered into the following multilateral agreements;
The Nuclear Energy Act 131 of 1993 allowed for the continued existence of the Atomic Energy Corporation of South Africa and the Council for Nuclear Safety. The Atomic Energy Corporation was succeeded by the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation in 2000. The Council for Nuclear Safety was succeeded by the National Nuclear Regulator in 2000.
"The National Nuclear Regulator (NNR) is a public entity which is established and governed in terms of Section 3 of the National Nuclear Regulator Act, (Act No 47 of 1999) to provide for the protection of persons, property and the environment against nuclear damage through the establishment of safety standards and regulatory practices." Annual Reports, 2000/2001 to date. @ G 68 ES.NUCL.REGU.
"The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation SOC Limited (Necsa) is a state-owned public company, registered in terms of the Companies Act, (Act No. 61 of 1973)." Formerly the Atomic Energy Board (AEB). Annual Reports, 2000/2001 to date @ G 68 ES.NECS.
The South African Council for the Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction was established by the Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction Act 87 of 1993. Annual Reports, 1999/2000 to date @ G 68 ES.NONP
The National Radioactive Waste Disposal Institute (NRWDI) was established by the National Radioactive Waste Disposal Institute Act 53 of 2008.
South Africa. Department of Energy, issuing body. Nuclear energy / Pretoria : Department of Energy, [2012?].
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South Africa. Department of Energy, issuing body. Nuclear energy in everyday life / Pretoria : Department of Energy, [2012?].
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South Africa. Parliament. National Assembly. Portfolio Committee on Energy. Update on the Nuclear New Build Programme; including historical background; sequence of events and the way-forward (roadmap) [presentation]
Prins, N. South Africa’s nuclear new-build programme: the domestic requirements for nuclear energy procurement and public finance implications. Cape Town: WWF South Africa, 2018.
Prins, N and Davies, E. South Africa’s nuclear new-build programme: who are the players and what are the potential strategies for pushing the nuclear new-build programme? Cape Town: WWF South Africa, 2018.