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"This" is President Ramaphosa's plan for electricity and Zuma for the country

If Zuma was heard today and Ramaphosa did not say this, look at what he said tha South Africa is developing detailed plans to enable a just transition to a low-carbon economy and has highlighted the effects of climate change.

In his weekly newsletter penned yesterday, Ramaphosa said that the electricity sector, which contributes 41 percent of South Africa’s greenhouse gas emissions, would be the first phase of the transition.

It will be the quickest industry to decarbonise and will have a beneficial impact across the economy. We will be decommissioning and repurposing coal-fired power stations, and investing in new low-carbon generation capacity, such as renewables.

Zuma raised the issue of building nuclear plantations in the country so that people can be enlightened means to have electricity in their household.

But no it was said that the country doesn't have enough money to build such because it can cost a lot of money .

But look today things are like people who can't shed light on the issue of load shedding which is unbearable.

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