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Stage 4 load shedding allows for 4000 MW to be shed from the national grid. The power utility said it may also be implemented on Tuesday.

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"For City Press to say the Secretary General, Cde Ace Magashule said the ANC does not need white votes, is mischievous and deliberately misleading and a total fabrication."

- ANC acting national spokesperson, Dakota Legoete has rejected a media report which alleged that the ANC does not need white votes in the upcoming national elections.