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Saftu is calling on the government to eliminate load-shedding to help matrics with their studies.

VAAL TRIANGLE - The South African Federation of Trade Unions is calling on government to eliminate load-shedding in the evenings so that matric learners can study for their exams without power cuts interruption. The National Senior Certificate examinations got underway yesterday with English paper one. Saftu’s spokesperson, Trevor Shaku, says some households cannot afford the costs of mixing energy for lighting and cooking, such as buying electricity units and having to keep up with paraffin and candle costs.

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