Allegedly There is sabotage at Eskom, look what they caught worker doing at CCTV
As a result of Eskom's difficulties, South Africans have had to deal with loadshedding.
Unfortunately, there was no evidence to corroborate claims that Eskom was a victim of intentional sabotage.
According to reports, ESKOM is a target for sabotage. At Tutuka Power Station, someone with inside knowledge cut an important cable.
According to a report, an Eskom employee was witnessed cutting a warming valve cable with a grinder at the Tutuka Power Station in Standerton over the weekend.
This all sabotage is unfortunate, even though we don't know the cause, and it's embarrassing that the entire country has to go on loadshedding because of greedy people.
The criminals must be brought to justice as soon as possible by conducting an investigation and arresting them.
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