- South African power utility, Eskom, recently announced that there will be no load-shedding during King Goodwill Zwelithini's memorial service
- According to the power giant, everyone in the country should have the opportunity to witness the historical moment
- Many South Africans have shared various reactions to Eskom's announcement online
South African power supplier, Eskom recently made the announcement that there will be no load-shedding in the country between 10am and 2pm.
According to Eskom, this is so that everyone in the country may have the opportunity to watch King Goodwill Zwelithini's memorial service, which will be taking place on Thursday this week between those hours.
Many South Africans shared mixed reactions to the news. A lot of them questioned why Eskom could stop load-shedding for one event while on many other days the country has been plunged into darkness.
Read a few of their interesting tweets below:
"Historically significant to some Zulus and not the whole country. I don’t understand why this Zulu king is treated like he was a King of SA."
"Eskom's lying, there is already load-shedding here in Cosmo city."
"When the dead are more important than the living..."
"And our businesses are struggling with load-shedding and yet they have the decency to announce as if they are doing us a favour. Who said the whole country is interested in that funeral?"
"They've been saying the same thing with SONAs and ministers' deaths. So they've been making up stories about the whole load thing. Some serious investigation on tenders needs to be done at Eskom."
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the EFF's Julius Malema recently decided to extend a hand of kindness to the royal family after the passing of King Goodwill Zwelithini by donating two cows to them.
The post that was made by the young lady explains that Malema had bought and delivered the cows to the royal palace. The post also includes a snap of the leader handing the cows over to the royal family.
"Julius Malema donated two cows to the AmaZulu Royal Palace. #EFFAtZuluRoyalPalace," she captioned the image of Malema and a few other EFF members at the royal palace.
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