Look at the rate of fuel hikes and inflation because of nothing else but Eskom.
Ivan Jim of Numsa is too taking the advantage of the frustrating laws and precise nobody can stop him or intervene because he's contributing toward the same mission of killing the economy and destroying lives. He's causing poverty and no one is worried about it. Welcome to SA the Country where anyone does as they want. Labour federations are either captured or politically used beyond the law of the land, so as the Eskom which is overlooked when it's causing lives and destroying the country as well as the economy. Our lives are in danger South Africa is under siege sabotaged, vandalized, and looted by those who are actively involved and acting as our leaders while are the agents of the darkness. They are all the same and only act when they are used, bribed, or mandated by their masters, and always act when instructed to do so on some other points. Where are they now to protect and save SA?
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