5 celebs slam loadshedding: Put a closed for business sign at the borders

5 celebs slam loadshedding: Put a closed for business sign at the borders

Loadshedding has been affecting all of South Africa - young, old, rich, poor and even the celebs. Some of our local famous people took to social media to express their frustration - proving that we're in this together.

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Eskom's loadshedding is rubbing all South Africans the wrong way. Sitting without electricity for hours on end is horrible and it's even worse because Eskom only has one purpose and it can't even do that.

Even our celebs are affected by the loadshedding as almost no one is spared from the 'power-saving measures'.

In true Mzansi spirit, our celebs did manage to crack some jokes about the situation and shared how they're forced to learn new skills like manually overriding their garage doors.

Eish, the struggle is real.

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Here's what some celebs like DJ Cleo and actress Bridget Masinga had to say on social media:

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Comedian and TV presenter Siv Ngesi boasted about how lucky he is to be spared loadshedding thanks to where he lives:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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