News Wrap: Stage 6 power cuts makes headlines nationally 

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Stage 6 power cuts makes headlines nationally 

Eskom has again implemented heightened levels of loadshedding as it says its struggling to keep up with demand after a unit each at Arnot, Hendrina, Lathabo, Majuba and two units at Camden power stations were taken offline for repairs. Eskom’s Sikonathi Mantshantsha says the power grid remains unstable

Semigrations on the rise in Cape Town

The City of Cape Town says that businesses are making their way from other towns to the Mother City for its reliable service delivery. According to reports semigrations have not been limited to businesses but the trends are extending to families.

Not likely that Tropical Cyclone Freddy will have impact on South Africa- Weather Service 

The South African Weather Service says Tropical Cyclone Freddy won’t have much of an impact on the country. Meteorologist Lehlo-honolo Thobela says the cyclone will make landfall in Mozambique on Thursday bringing with it extensive rainfall and damaging winds

WWI letter finally delivered to London address, 100+ years later 

A mysterious letter lost in the post in 1916 was finally delivered to a London address. The letter’s contents are shrouded in mystery, alluding to an unexplained social embarrassment. The letter is said to be 107 years old and posted during World War I.

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