Last Thursday, Khayelitsha Site B occupants turned out in numbers to watch Eskom representatives who were fixing a transformer after it detonated that morning.
Babalwa Mabuya, who has been living in Site BW Section for over 25 years, said wrongdoing has expanded nearby with criminals requesting "assurance expenses" from Eskom workers when they fix broken framework.
When Eskom workers showed up nearby, Mabuya and her five companions brought assembled the local area to the table for insurance.
"At the point when the Eskom workers let us know they dread for their security, we told them not to stress as we would safeguard them and we kept assembling greater local area individuals utilizing an uproarious hailer. Everybody took an interest. Those with gas ovens bubbled water and made espresso for everybody and the Somalian businesspeople gave bread and cold beverages," she said.
Eskom workers have gone under assault from supposed criminals who request assurance expenses while they fix basic framework.
"The people group individuals had no weapons. They involved their bodies as safeguards and safeguarded Eskom workers until 11pm," said ward 90 councilor Lukhanyo Simangweni.
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