Powercuts in Oregon caused by squirrel

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A power outage that affected nearly 2,000 customers in Oregon was blamed on a single culprit: a squirrel. Portland General Electric said the squirrel was to blame for the outage, but the specifics of the animal’s actions were unclear. Dominion Energy said about 10,000 customers in Virginia lost power in September when a squirrel came into contact with substation equipment

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South Africans evading paying for TV license

South Africans firmly believe that paying a TV License is not the right thing to do, as evasion rates remain high. This is according to the SABC’s annual report for this year. The reports show that the TV license fee evasion rate is still a concern as the license fee collection rates indicate an evasion rate of 81,7percent.

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