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South Africa's Ramaphosa holds crunch talks on power crisis

Reuters Friday, 13 December 2019
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa holds an emergency cabinet meeting on Friday to try and resolve a power crisis that has dented growth in Africa's most industrialized economy and endangers its last investment-grade credit rating.
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News video: South Africa hit by power cuts as state-owned utility imposes its biggest rolling blackouts

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Many suburbs of Cape Town were left without power for hours on Monday (December 9) after the state-owned utility Eskom implemented rolling blackouts.

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