Loadshedding appears to be here to stay, and people will have to spend further days and nights without energy as Loadshedding resumes today.
Eskom has stated on their platforms that load shedding will continue till Thursday and appears unlikely to alter.
Numerous residents, particularly in townships, have complained that they have been without energy for months.
As I indicated previously, loadshedding is not yet complete; if you live in Gauteng, check your location here for Monday:
Numerous individuals have also stated that they had to wake up and go to work today without electricity, which is extremely uncomfortable and terrible.
It has been years since loadshedding began, and it appears as though Eskom does not have a comprehensive plan in place to address the organization's current challenges.
There is a need for additional companies to compete with Eskom in order to keep them on their toes and doing their duties, as a lack of competition may cause someone to rest a little.
It is self-evident that the difficulties affecting Eskom require government assistance as well, yet it appears as though nothing will change very soon.
We are approaching the voting day, yet there are still issues such as load shedding, people living without access to clean water, and other amenities that these political parties are not providing.
Campaign Updates from Political Parties:
The DA leader has been the focus of attention this week following the party's posting of some posters in Phoenix depicting a new level of racism.
Although the party has now deleted the posters from DA, the leader stated that he will never apologize for what he said regarding the Phoenix incidents.
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