The South African Authority have been warning criminal offence who often engage in vandalizing and stealing of public facilities. This criminal especially stealing of cables is one of the factors contributing to epileptic power supply we see in many places around the country today.
Although loadshedding never ceases hitting us hard and exposing the fact that we are actually nothing without electricity.
It is actually quite sad that there are still criminals out there stealing electricity cables and adding more pressure of not having electricity due to cable shortage.
In an emerging report a yet to be identified man has met the worst time of his life after he got electrocuted in a failed attempt to dismantle copper cables and stealing them.
The suspect actually climbed the roof and that was how he got cooked. It is said that emergency officers arrived at the scene and assisted him with first aid treatment.
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