This is how much Eskom spent to stop load-shedding during Zulu King’s memorial service

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This is how much Eskom spent to stop load-shedding during Zulu King’s memorial service

Power utility Eskom spent over R20 million on additional generation capacity in order to suspend load-shedding for the memorial service of King Goodwill Zwelithini.

Eskom ceased load-shedding for four hours on Thursday as an extraordinary measure to “allow the nation to witness a key and significant historical event”.

The utility on Friday told MyBroadband it had a supply shortfall of approximately 1,500MW between 9:45 and 14:16, the exact period for which load-shedding was suspended on Thursday.
 

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But the king did so much for South Africa ... he ate the tax payers money for free and his family still receives free money why wouldn’t we want to give him 20mill for a send off.... can you imagine how much more they will spend When our resident rocket scientist kicks the bucket ...Jacob ... Yirrr
 
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Memorial service yesterday? Then what the hell was that last weekend? And aren't covid deaths supposed to be buried next day?
 

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This country deserve all the misfortune it has. Keep voting for this retards...
 
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