South Africa’s electricity crisis: No electricity for up to six hours

A typical day with what the state-run electricity company Eskom euphemistically calls “Stage six load shedding” consists of waking up to no power, driving to work through congested roads because the traffic light does not seem to be affected by the noise from generators in the workplace, and then the power has been cut off again when you get home again.

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