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No power cuts expected during matric exams: Deputy Minister Reginah Mhaule

The Department of Basic Education is not expecting power cuts when matrics sit for their exams. Deputy minister, Reginah Mhaule, says there have been engagements with Eskom and municipalities to keep the lights on.

“Load-shedding will happen during other hours when it’s not exactly time to write examinations but we spoke with municipalities, we engaged with Cogta, Salga and municipalities represented by these two structures because normally in towns and cities, the municipality will come and say the school is owing then we said let’s prepare ourselves to pay all that is due to municipalities,” she said.

Source: eNCA

In other news – Somizi speaks on his alleged new lover – Photos

Somizi has taken to his social media to debunk reports that he has found himself another lover.

This is coming after the news of the star been in a new relationship was reported claiming they have known each other since childhood. Learn more

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