The remaining board members at troubled South African state nuclear company Necsa have resigned, the energy ministry said on Wednesday, adding that officials would prioritise new appointments to the board.
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Necsa is one of the world’s largest producers of medical radioisotopes and promotes research and development in nuclear energy. But it has been mired in a financial and operational crisis, like other state-run firms including power utility Eskom.