Ramaphosa orders Eskom to use cow dung instead of coal to produce electricity, “it’s cheaper and it burns longer” he says

Saying that the amount of load shedding South Africa has been having recently is really unacceptable, President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday ordered Eskom to start using cow dung instead of coal to produce electricity, “cow dung is cheaper and it burns longer”, he said. “Our government is currently in talks with the Kingdom of Eswatini, we want them to be Eskom’s primary supplier of cow dung”, he said. “Dung from Swaziland cows is of high Read more…

Nine Out Of Ten South Africans Do Not Know Who David Mabuza Is, Study Reveals

A recent study that was conducted by the Satire Institute of Statistics Southern Africa (SISSA) has revealed that most people, especially those who voted for the ANC in the last election do not know who David Mabuza is. SISSA interviewed 1000 random South Africans this week and questioned them if they knew who Deputy President David Mabuza is; 900 of the 1000 people interviewed people say they have never seen or heard of anybody named Read more…

Load shedding to start all over again now that Eskom employees are back from holidays

Eskom, South Africa’s power utility revealed today that they are excited that load shedding will start again next week. “As the festive season comes to an end, most of our employees will be coming back from holiday and load shedding will therefore start again”, Jeffrey Gezi a senior at Eskom said on Friday. According to Gezi, it was a tough couple of weeks for those employees who were on leave as they could not do Read more…