Five things you need to know about the Eskom shut­down

Zululand Observer - Monday - - ZO PUBLIC COMMENT -

Sipho Ma­suku

This coun­try is con­fus­ing. Is this what we voted for? Poor peo­ple feel it more than be­fore. We are the only ones feel­ing poverty. More peo­ple on ten­ders and cor­rup­tion against the poor are now bil­lion­aires!

Kathy Jane Ni­chols

Ab­so­lutely I wish we all could see this

Tammy Ford Harmse

I didn’t get a 15% in­crease (or any as most of us) when VAT went up .... #just­say­ing. We all un­der­stand times are tough and es­pe­cially so for small busi­nesses, but to crip­ple a coun­try (many who are pay­ing their taxes, ridicu­lous amounts for elec­tric­ity, etc) is not fair to us com­mon folk. The peo­ple they are try­ing to pun­ish prob­a­bly all have gen­er­a­tors any­way, so they won’t be af­fected.

Caz Haines

I own a busi­ness and I haven’t taken any in­creases over the last 6 years. Look af­ter my staff first.

Thobeka Khu­malo Mjiyakho

What im­pact will the strike have on elec­tric­ity in the Zu­l­u­land area? Eskom must give their em­ploy­ees an in­crease, pe­riod.

Tholakele Ma­then­jwa

The day the World cup starts! What a black­mail, nx­aaaa.

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