March 11, 2016

Press Release: Government attempts to undermine legal case against nuclear

Earthlife Africa Johannesburg Press Release: Government attempts to undermine legal case against nuclear For immediate release: Johannesburg, 10 March 2016- Government correspondence provided to Earthlife Africa […]
October 16, 2015
Earthlife Africa Jhb and SAFCEI invite you to a civil society briefing on the court action against nuclear procurement nuclear procurement. Date:    21st of October 2015 […]
January 16, 2013

SE Briefing 25: Budgeting & Procurement

The briefing explores two seperate avenues civil societies could look at in order to influence government procurement: (1) the budgetary process that pays for procurement, and […]
January 15, 2013

SE Briefing 24: Nuclear Energy Procurement

This briefing explores the constitutionality of the proposed large-scale procurement of nuclear energy. The Department of Energy is obligated, under section 217 of the Constitution, to […]
November 23, 2011

SE Briefing 23: South Africa’s Mitigation Targets

This briefing will discuss South Africa’s recently released National Climate Change Response White Paper, which lays out the country’s mitigation targets and mechanisms going forward. The […]
December 20, 2010

Sustainable Energy Briefing 21: Climate Change

COP16 has come and gone. This SE Briefing outlines the science of climate change and the failure of governments, for the past 16 years, to deal […]
December 15, 2010

Sustainable Energy Briefing 22: BHP Billiton, Eskom, Oil

During 2010, the energy debate focused on climate change and the IRP2010. This Sustainable Energy Brief focuses on three somewhat ignored issues; BHP Billiton’s renegotiated Special […]
September 20, 2009

SE Briefing 18: Eskom Costs and Tariffs

This Sustainable Energy Briefing seeks to bring some degree of clarity to the confusing issue of Eskom costs and tariffs, and, in particular, tariffs to industrial […]
December 4, 2008

Sustainable Energy Briefing 17: Renewable Energy Costs

With Eskom negotiating with the World Bank for a US$5 billion dollar loan to finance a part of its planned R1 trillion expansion plan, there is […]