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LoadShedding Is Back Again This Monday, Check Your Area Here

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It seems like Loadshedding is here to stay and people will spend more days and nights without electricity as Loadshedding continues even today.

Eskom announced on their platforms that Loadshedding will continue until Thursday and it seems like that will never change.

Many people have been complaining that they have been out of electricity for months, especially in townships.

Places like Soweto for instance, residences have been lodging complaints that Eskom does not care in helping them fix the issues that they are currently facing as residents.

Loadshedding is still not over as I mentioned above, check your area here if you live in Gauteng for Monday:

Many people have also highlighted that today they had to wake up and go to work without electricity which is very painful and inhumane.


It has been years now ever since Loadshedding started and it seems like Eskom does not have a proper plan in place to fix the issues that they are facing as an organisation.

There is a need for other companies that will compete with Eskom in order to push them and do their job as lack of competition may make someone relax a bit.

It is obvious that the issues affecting Eskom also need government intervention but it seems like there is nothing that will change anytime soon.

We are approaching the voting date but there are things such as Loadshedding, people living without clean water and other services not being rendered by these political parties.

Update on Political Parties Campaigns:

The trending issue over the week is the one of the DA leader after the party posted certain posters in Phoenix that portrayed another level of racism.

The party has since removed the posters in DA but the leader mentioned that he will never apologise for what he said about the incidences that occurred in Phoenix.

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