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Load shading will be solved within 12 months, says minister of finance.

South Africa is too obsessed with leaders like the one we have. These people can lie with a straight face, and we know that the person who can do it very well is President Cyril Ramaphosa, but other ministers seem to be learning this from him. am. It's just a pipe dream.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has canceled a trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos as he deals with the country's energy crisis. A level 6 load shedding caused a lot of damage to the land. But it didn't bother South Africans. But despite canceling the trip, there are several South Africans representing South Africa, one of whom is Finance Minister Enoch Godgwana.

Many say it will be difficult to convince investors to invest in South Africa, mainly because of the energy crisis. We have seen many businesses close due to load shedding and it looks like more will close unless the situation changes. In 12-18 months it will be a thing of the past. Ministers spoke in Davos, but Eskom said at his home that there was no guarantee the issue would be resolved within the next 24 months.

This was stated in a virtual meeting held by President Cyril Ramaphosa with Eskom management and several political parties. Now we don't know who to believe. They do not speak the language, indicating that the country is in serious trouble.


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