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Direct Consequences of Constant Load Shedding — This is What is Happening on Twitter

The people of South Africa are feeling the direct consequences of load shedding, and they are allegedly pouring it out on Twitter by making Ramaphosa must go and phala phala to trend at the same. Recall that phala phala is now trending more than 21 days straight in a row. Many people are very unhappy, they noted that living in the country without jobs and without electricity has made life unbearable for them. Some even said that the little social grants they rely on is not coming regularly again. Some people are pushing the trending hashtags they insist Ramaphosa must go so that a more competent hand can come and change the situation of the people of South Africa. A lady wrote how things are getting difficult for her. She said, “From better to worse. Hit like if you agree it's enough with his nonsense, he must Go. Cyril Ramaphosa must go”. People were coping gradually before now, but the recent level 6 load shedding has added to their plight.

Many people are venting their anger and frustration, although some few people are still supporting him, someone disclosed that he will always defend him, regardless of what happened. However, another person accused the president of capturing everything in the country. He wrote, “Ramaphosa managed to capture a whole country, destroy every institution, redirect every department budgets to fund his pharmaceuticals. Destroy the economy and milked everyone inside it. Stored proceeds inside his furniture, and still got fools supporting him”. It is indeed a sad thing that the once beloved president has suddenly become one of the most criticized. A youth wrote, “He Bannatyne! Ramaphosa has revealed in an affidavit that he reached a secret deal with Deputy Public Protector Gcaleka to extend the deadline for the 31 questions on #PhalaPhalaFarmGate to 18 July without informing the nation on such a crucial burning issue?”. Twitter is burning on issues surrounding Ramaphosa. 


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