Tips to save energy are a waste

2015-06-30 06:00

I don’t want to complain and write about Eskom every time, but the “tips” they gave to save electricity is a circus!

I mean, seriously, when you are cold, obviously you will put on more clothes and close your windows! And why must you go early to bed when you have things to do still?

How many people work late or travel far and come home late – must they then go to bed without food? What they are actually trying to do, is to tell us how to live instead of solving the energy crisis. Believe me, it is definitely not nice to come home late from work, and you can’t even make yourself something to eat because there’s loadshedding

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