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Busiswa Trolls Eskom’s Service Delivery With A Song



Busiswa Trolls Eskom’s Service Delivery With A Song

South African singer Busiswa has hit out at electricity company Eskom for their prolonged low-shedding exercise, which has affected the livelihood of the people in Mzansi.

The singer highlighted how Eskom’s poor service delivery had affected people’s livelihood through a song amid the current exercising of the stage 4 load shedding in the country this week.

To Eskom’s defense this power outages are in place in other to prevent their generating units across the country from breaking down.

“This is to ration the remaining emergency generation reserves, which have been depleted. These reserves are required to respond to further emergencies to maintain the stability of the national grid,” the power utility said.

In a video shared on her Instagram account, disgruntled Busiswa can be seen singing a ballad about not being able to cook a meal because of the lack of electricity.

Frustrated about the whole exercise, the singer slammed President Ramaphosah for being at the center of it all.

Busiswa added that all she eats now a days is peanut butter and bread because she can’t keep perishable foods in the fridge looking at the current power situation.

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Meanwhile, a couple of months ago, Busiswa took to social media to express her desire to spend the rest of her life with a billionaire husband who will love her.

The singer lamented on the responsibilities that come with adulthood. She revealed that she is already tired of being an adult to the expenses that come along with it. Busiswa believes being married to a billionaire will help her to solve her problems.

Taking to her Twitter account she wrote: “I’m now looking for a billionaire to marry. If you know ONE, say something. Adulting has defeated me.”

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