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"This Is Nonsense" Matshela Koko Blasts ANC's Mabuza As He Defends Blackouts

Koko Matshela, a former executive at Eskom, has lashed out at David Mabuza, a veteran of the African National Congress and the country's vice president, for saying that the present electricity problem is proof of development.

Mabuza is an ANC colleague who has spoken out in support of André De Ruyter's tenure as Eskom's CEO.

David Mabuza said that South Africa has a large economy, therefore power outages are inevitable if the country is to meet its growth goals, but André De Ruyter is obviously not the right man for the job because he keeps saying that leading Eskom is like "flogging a dead horse."

"South Africa has one of the largest and most influential economies in all of Africa. When an economy is expanding, it typically encounters challenges. These stresses aid in our development by pushing us to new limits.

If memory serves, an electrical deficit is an indicator of a rising economy. In the past, only a select few people had regular access to electrical power. Millions more are getting connected to the grid. That is to say, "Referencing David Mabuza in a quote.

Matshela Koko, a member of the African National Congress, has claimed that Deputy President David Mabuza is fabricating evidence and misleading the people of South Africa.

"That is complete and utter nonsense.

The current crop of ANC leaders, including David Mabuza, are exploiting the South African people "To rephrase, he made a proclamation.

Some have speculated that the ANC is making light of the outages that Eskom's incompetence has produced.

"Vice President Mabuza ought to be ashamed of himself for using such illogical reasoning. The load-shedding that has plagued the South African economy has had no positive effect on the country's growth "as they put it.



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