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Deputy Energy Minister defends South Africa’s use of coal on grounds of access

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South Africa’s Deputy Energy Minister Thembisile Majola has defended her nation’s use of coal, just a month before the latest round of climate talks are due to take place at COP24 in Katowice (Poland).

Deputy Energy Minister defends South Africa’s use of coal on grounds of access

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