Visitor to parliament trapped in revolving door as load-shedding bites

Lupus

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#7
I'm guessing the outcome here will be parliament, gov buildings, minister houses etc will now all be exempt from load shedding:whistling:
You cannot limit a single building. They bring down entire substations.
 

konfab

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I'm guessing the outcome here will be parliament, gov buildings, minister houses etc will now all be exempt from load shedding:whistling:
Absolutely not, that would be contrary to the democratic values this country was founded on.
However the personal homes of ministers and parliamentarians are national key points and of a security interest to the country. Therefore they will be supplied with taxpayer funded generators.
 

Surv0

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Parliament doesnt get load shed, infact the entire area around it doesnt get load shed. Used to live there and would enjoy uninterrupted power during load shedding times.
 

C4Cat

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Surv0

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