South Africa has declared a national disaster to tackle a dire energy crisis.
South Africa has been experiencing one of the worst energy crises in the region in years.
It is affecting millions of people across the country.
The nation’s aging coal-powered electrical stations are not coping with demand.
And it’s leading to daily blackouts that can sometimes last for hours.
Opposition politicians and demonstrators have blamed the ruling ANC party.
President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a state of disaster on Friday
But will this move be enough?
Presenter: Mohammed Jajmjoom
Kenneth Creamer – Economic adviser to the ANC Economic Transformation Committee
Ongama Mtimka – Lecturer at the Nelson Mandela University
Chris Yelland- Energy analyst