- South Africa is buckling under the grip of Eskom's load-shedding
- It is believed that Stage 6 load-shedding could soon become a dreaded reality
- South Africans are not happy about this and complained loudly on social media
Experts are convinced that Stage 6 load-shedding may soon be a regular occurrence - Mzansi is not happy.
While the threat of a total blackout is a distant one, many claim that it is still a possibility for SA, Briefly.co.za reported earlier.
With Eskom already struggling to meet demand, things are set to get hairy and South Africans are not happy.
Taking to Twitter, as we are often found doing when things go wrong, Mzansi shared complaints about Eskom and how it is failing the country.
Check out what some tweeps had to say:
It was about a month ago that Eskom first announced that it will be implementing Stage 6 load-shedding.
This means that the country will be thrown into 10 hours of no electricity when it kicks in. Many are questioning how they are going to manage the day with 4 to 5 power cuts per day.
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