South African president Cyril Ramaphosa said that the government would soon talk with employees of the energy giant Eskom oabout their fears of staff reductions due to company restructuring.
“Labour are clearly worried about a number of issues. We are going to sit down with labour so that we can discuss these issues and find solutions,” the President said.
The president pointed out that all South Africans must come together because of the difficult situation in Eskom in order to save the company, especially the citizens who have to pay for electricity.
Earlier, Cyril Ramaphosa has stressed that the power outage is a national problem that affects not only the government but also all the country residents.