His spokesperson, Vincent Magwenya, confirmed that Ramaphosa was working on a plan to reduce the rolling blackouts.
“Not just a plan, but a plan that can give hope that even if the president does not say that load-shedding will end tomorrow, the nation must have a sense that there is a credible plan that’s been worked on. It is sound and there is a sense of urgency to implement that plan,” said Magwenya.
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