/ 27 April 2024

Ekurhuleni residents threaten to boycott, disrupt elections if load-shedding reaches them

Aftermath Of Tembisa Shutdown In South Africa
Residents of Phomolong in Tembisa intend to boycott next month’s elections, with violence if necessary, if Eskom and the City of Ekurhuleni re-allocate them to a new network susceptible to load-shedding. (Photo by Luba Lesolle/Gallo Images via Getty Images)
Phomolong has been spared from load-shedding because of its proximity to critical services

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