King Monada's event cut due to load-shedding, fans unimpressed

King Monada's event cut due to load-shedding, fans unimpressed

King Monada is one of the many South Africans who was left cursing Eskom after load-shedding reared it's ugly head and cut his concert short recently.

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A video has emerged showing the black-out occurring during the concert. Spectators were less than impressed as they all shouted in frustration.

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Social media users who shared the video across all social media platforms also added their two cents on the electricity situation in South Africa.

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Briefly.co.za recently reported that Eskom COO Jan Oberholzer, said that the entity has no one to blame but itself for the recent spate of load-shedding. Speaking at a media briefing, Oberholzer revealed that a contract for early fault detection systems had lapsed 18 months ago and has yet to be renewed. Eskom hopes to have a new tender in place soon. The system is used to detect boiler tube leaks and had allowed the entity to plan for unit shut-downs in advance.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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