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Amanda Black urges South Africans to get used to the darkness

Amanda Black urges South Africans to get used to darkness as any form of protest won’t stop the loadshedding. Mzansi have voiced out via different social media platforms, against the ongoing loadshedding which has exceeded stage 5. The singer said she is also tired of the poor electricity as it’s affected her preserved food and other things.

“Time to learn how to live without electricity, tired of my food spoiling, appliances breaking. All these little “battles” are exhausting. All distractions meant to deplete our energy. National shutdown strikes won’t stop what’s already in motion, on and off paper. Time to detach,” she wrote.

Amanda Black

Amanda advises people to avoid panicking and being controlled by the Government.
Things are only gonna get worse, we gotta be ready. Not scared, Ready. In the dark they will attack, gotta activate our night vision. Train yourself to see in the dark. Abantu ezilalini walk for long in the dark, with no torches or nothing. Next we gotta figure out ASap. Water,” she concluded her talks on Twitter.

Source: News365

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