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Siyamthanda uses newspapers to make fire for cooking. She only cooks once a day because of the drawn-out process. Leftover food is eaten in the morning to prevent it from becoming rotten. Nomzamo is among the few townships in Soweto that have had no electricity for the past eight months. Some residents have adapted to living without electricity. PHOTO: Rosetta Msimango
Siyamthanda uses newspapers to make fire for cooking. She only cooks once a day because of the drawn-out process. Leftover food is eaten in the morning to prevent it from becoming rotten. Nomzamo is among the few townships in Soweto that have had no electricity for the past eight months. Some residents have adapted to living without electricity. PHOTO: Rosetta Msimango

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