Johannesburg: A South African energy and
chemicals company is reviewing investments in Iran.
A politically connected South African telecommunications
company has been accused of pushing Pretoria to support Iran`s
nuclear power program.
All as the West increases pressure on the Middle Eastern
country accused of having nuclear weapons ambitions.
Iran denies charges from the United States and its allies
that it is trying to produce an atomic weapon.
South Africa, the only nation in the world to have
voluntarily surrendered a nuclear weapons program, says all
nations should have the right to exploit atomic energy`s
South Africa says it`s ready to help any country that
wants to follow its lead and give up nuclear weapons, and has
made that point to Iran.