Load-shedding has hit South Africa very hard. Stage 6 Load-shedding has recently been implemented after Eskom workers embarked on a strike demanding salary increases.
The EFF have released a statement concerning stage 6 loadshedding. Personally, I am already tired of the statements the EFF release without giving any solutions. In their statement they recently released they say that they condemn the crippling rolling blackout which are blamed on De Ruyter and Pravin. The EFF further says that the energy crisis have been deliberately created so that the SOEs of South Africa can be privatized. More on what the EFF said below.
The EFF have been pointing fingers but not giving us solutions. If we are however being honest with ourselves, the government has failed to work for the people hence the crisis in energy and even migration. Perhaps privatization will help provide efficient energy.
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