Closing Date : 18 August 2021 at 11:00am Bid DocumentSBD FormsNECSA T&CNECSA CASHEQSHEQSHEQ Read more FBD-SCM-2021-TEN-00004 – Supply of Bulk Nitrogen for three (3) years.
Click here for specifications Closing date : 30 July 2021 Read more NIASA | Expression of Interest – Industry Capability Assessment & Gap Analysis
Assist the Necsa Group with the rationalization and restructuring Bid Number: FBD-SCM-2020-TEN-0004 Closing Date: 28 August 2020 Read more Assist the Necsa Group with the rationalization and restructuring, Closing on28 August 2020
Closing date : 13 August 2021 at 11:00am MainSpecificationSBDNecsa T&CNecsa CASHEQSHEQSHEQ Read more FBD-SCM-2020-TEN-0003 – Procurement of X machine.
Closing Date : 10 September 2021 at 11:00am Bid DocumentSpecificationSpecificationSpecificationSpecificationSBD FormsNECSA T&CNECSA CASHEQSHEQSHEQ Read more FBD-SCM-2021-TEN-0006 Bid to supply an X-ray detection system to inspect the content of waste drums for identification of unwanted items
NECSA WELCOMES AND CONGRATULATES MINISTER GWEDE MANTASHE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY ON RELEASING THE 2500MW REQUEST FOR INFORMATION. 16 June 2020 The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) welcomes the 2,500 MW Nuclear New Build Request For Information (RFI) published by the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE), on 14th June Read more MINISTER GWEDE MANTASHE RELEASES THE 2500MW REQUEST FOR INFORMATION.
NECSA CONGRATULATES PROFESSOR ZEBLON VILAKAZI ON HIS APPOINTMENT AS WITS VICE-CHANCELLOR AND PRINCIPAL FROM 1 JANUARY, 2021. The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) warmly welcomes the announcement of the appointment of Professor Zeblon Vilakazi, a nuclear physicist, as the next Vice-Chancellor and principal of Wits University from 1 January, 2021. Professor Vilakazi’s illustrious career includes Read more NECSA CONGRATULATES PROFESSOR ZEBLON VILAKAZI
OPINION: AYANDA MYOLI South Africa has historically played a significant role in global nuclear development, which is important to put into perspective. President Dwight Eisenhower’s Atoms for Peace speech given in 1953 was the catalyst that resulted in the development of a programme in which the United States transferred nuclear technologies, originally developed for military reasons, for Read more NECSA: A SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL ASSET