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Babes Wodumo’s electric stage performance on New Year’s Eve wowed Mzansi

With her New Year’s Eve performance, musician Bongekile ‘Babes Wodumo’ Simelani thrilled Mzansi’s hearts.

Babes Wodumo’s electric stage performance on New Year’s Eve wowed Mzansi

At the Last Dance 2022 event, which took place in Pietermaritzburg, KZN, Babes Wodumo gave a performance. A day after Mandla “Mampintsha” Maphumulo, her husband, was laid to rest, Babes Wodumo gave the excellent performance.

Babes Wodumo’s electric stage performance on New Year’s Eve wowed Mzansi
Babes Wodumo’s electric stage performance on New Year’s Eve wowed Mzansi

“The girl is unquestionably back at work, and she needs to be helped in any way possible. God willing, let her proceed on her voyage. May she overcome the agony of losing her husband by being strong, brave, and fearless. I’m proud of you, Queen “Tweeted was Keabetswe.

Babes Wodumo’s electric stage performance on New Year’s Eve wowed Mzansi

Sipho Gumede stated that while he didn’t anticipate this song to be the best of the year, he unquestionably needed to see Babes’ performance. Sipho prayed, “May God heal her and give her all the courage she needs to move forward.”

Babes Wodumo’s electric stage performance on New Year’s Eve wowed Mzansi

IN OTHER NEWS: WILL THE STILL BE LOADSHEDDING IN 2023?

Eskom says it will no longer halt load shedding on Saturday because it will no longer be able to keep the lights on through the new year (31 December).

“As previously indicated, load shedding cannot be suspended at 16h00 today due to the breakdown of five producing units since yesterday afternoon,” the organization said.

This means that stage 2 load shedding will continue till further notice.

With South Africa reaching the 200-day mark on Tuesday (27 December), more than half of 2022 has already witnessed days with load shedding, and things are only predicted to become worse in 2023.

Load shedding will probably continue at high levels in South Africa for the foreseeable future. As of Saturday, December 10th, 3,000MW are offline due to multiple breakdowns at Kusile and Medupi, and 1,000MW was pulled off the grid when Koeberg unit 1 was shut down.

Eskom has struggled to keep outages below 16,000MW, the worst-case scenario in its plans, despite knowing that it needs to keep breakdowns below 13,000MW to avoid the worst load shedding.

Andre de Ruyter, the CEO of Eskom, announced his resignation this week in response to the worst load shedding ever. Pravin Gordhan, the minister of public enterprises, admitted that de Ruyter is not to blame for the load shedding, but under his direction, the power company has been unable to end the situation.

The following website has the load shedding schedules for residents of the major metro areas:

Johannesburg City
Ekurhuleni City
Tshwane City
Cape Town City (PDF)
Buffalo City, eThekwini, and Nelson Mandela Bay

Eskom has made the other load shedding schedules accessible on loadshedding.
eskom.co.za.

In order to receive push notifications when load shedding is imposed as well as the times the area you are in will be off, smartphone users can also download the app EskomSePush.

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