- A South African couple recently celebrated their wedding anniversary and this was made extra special with the help of Eskom that recently implemented load-shedding in the country
- According to a hilarious post made on Twitter, the couple enjoyed a nice meal by candlelight in bed because there was no electricity and they needed some light to eat
- Many South Africans could completely relate to the funny tweet and were soon in the comment section laughing their butts off at the irony of it all
A hilarious South African woman, @dramadelinquent recently headed online to share a funny post about how she and her hubby celebrated their wedding anniversary while enjoying a candlelight dinner in bed.
"Brian and I had a candle-lit dinner for our anniversary. Ok we ate in bed by candlelight because there's load-shedding," she wrote in the hilarious post.
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Soon her entertained and equally annoyed followers were in the comment section laughing out loud while they all proceeded to bash Eskom for the recent load-shedding in the country. Read a few of their comments below:
"Let's just say Eskom did this for you so you can have a candle lit dinner Let's turn those lemons into lemonade"
"ESKOM forcing y'all to have a romantic night"
Briefly News also reported that Eskom has warned there is a possibility of more power cuts. Stage 2 load-shedding was implemented from 4pm on Monday until 5am on Tuesday to the utter dismay of South Africans caught in a chilly winter season.
The cause of load-shedding was breakdowns
The power utility said the blackouts were because of a cold front that had come earlier than expected and it had a number of breakdowns at its generation units. Mzansi social media users were definitely gatvol of all the excuses and took to the comments section to air their grievances: @tiyisanni had these choice words:
"Lol many people think you guys are doing a good job because you know how to communicate information, they don't realise that you don't know what you are doing..."
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