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South Africans Are Starting To Lose Hope With Electricity Minister Visits To End Electricity Cries



The people of South Africa have been thinking and wondering what could be the reason for the African National Congress to allow this obedience to happen. This is because the people are seeing a negative of the party that has promised to be better if they are voted into power. The reason for this is that the lost grounds are starting to show their anger in a way that is deserving.

This is because of what has happened in the past which people are now keeping tabs on. It is now a new trend that every political leader has to flaunt their visits by posting pictures of their whereabouts. Even though living a private life as a political leader is hard since your public character can say it all on whether you should be kept in their tabs of leading the country in a safe environment.


The people of South Africa are now starting to lose hope in the newly vacant position occupied by Kgosientso Ramokgoba as electricity minister. This is because he shares his visits to the different car dealerships with now having to have visited the KwaZulu-Natal king Miszulu. Kgosientso Ramokgoba’s visit to see the king is not known and people are starting to believe what Julius Malema said about him.

This is because he said that Ramaphosa must suspend Kgosientso Ramokgoba for not doing what he was supposed to do in stopping Load Shedding. It has now become a difficult time for the people that depend highly on electricity and this is believed to affect the economy and the country negatively.


With the hope of South Africans fading to dust the ANC will have to ensure that if people are not well-taken care then the ruling party can kiss the ruling power goodbye.

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