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Load Shedding In SA Paralyses Operations At Beitbridge Border Post

Load Shedding In SA Paralyses Operations At Beitbridge Border Post

Severe power cuts currently being experienced in South Africa have disrupted operations at the Beitbridge Border Post resulting in delays and the formation of long queues spanning back as far as 4km.

A loss of power at the border meant that passport documents “could not be scanned by officials”, causing a major tailback, reported The South African.

Reports indicate that southbound cargo heading into South Africa on Tuesday remained stuck on the Zimbabwean side of the border, as equipment used to process these deliveries has also been badly affected.

Cars, trucks, and even people on foot are now being held-up at Beitbridge Border Post due to “network challenges”.

South Africa has been experiencing longer power cuts over the past few days, with the country’s power utility, Eskom, implementing Stage 6 on Sunday.

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24 Comments

Native 4 months ago

Anc & zanu same WhatsApp group...


Birds of a feather 4 months ago

You mean "whatsdown group"

Citizen raPep naChamisa 4 months ago

Ukaona nyika ine varungu yakuparara woziya kuty hurumende ma1😂😂
Ha Joza izvezv ma1,apa murima unogona kungosvirirwa mukadzi nemaZulu wosiiwa wakafa haa pakaipa 🙌


George 4 months ago

Mashoko anobuda mukanwa mako anoratidza kuti wakakura uchirara namai nababa vako pa same bed. Zvawakakura uchiona husiku zvakakubvisa hunu.

Citizen raPep naChamisa(official) 4 months ago

Thank You @George pane mbwende irikuposter ichishandisa zita rangu.Tarisa futy pazasi pataurwa zvema Kipor generator hameno kuty ndiani iyeye

Kipor 4 months ago

We sell heavy duty generators.


Citizen raPep naChamisa 4 months ago

Those are fake Kipor generators. Please Zimbabweans musatenga marmara ayo.

hey you kipor 4 months ago

7000kva kipor hw mch Diesel

Mdala wethu 4 months ago

Ma south africans vachanyarara havo isu tajaira


The King of Serpents 4 months ago

Vachatifunga zvavo maSouth Africans kana zvedu zvanaka. Tisu takabata nyika yavo, rega vatidzinge zvavo, vachazviona.

WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 4 months ago

I am still to know why electricity supply in South Africa has so become erratic. South Africa had never gone in the load shadding


Now u know 4 months ago

They are using the same zanupf management model.

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Ed 4 months ago

Zimbabwe is now becoming better thn JONI dzangowe nharo mazimba makunyara kudzoka kunge munhu atorwa nenjuzu anodzoka asina chaainacho


Sabhuku 4 months ago

ZANU ne ANC same Operating System.
Why even bother?


Billey 4 months ago

Same modus operandi

Electricity ma1 4 months ago

Zimbabwe import electricity from ESKOM and export to Namibia


Imwe Mbeu 4 months ago

Even kuno Beitbridge, Zesa ikuita kubaya na5 am mozoiona kuma9 pm


Sorojena 4 months ago

There is a big back-up generator at the Beit Bridge border post, so you mean the customs and immigration are failing to operate it. Kunyozera chete, havadi kushanda, there is a growing tendency of laziness among the civil servants, particularly teachers and these Zimra guys.

Zvavamwe 4 months ago

ko kuno hakuna magetsi


ko hamuna backup plan sei 4 months ago

Saka mukutaura kuti pabeitbridge border Havana kana back up plan yemasolar here or magenerators?? kumwe kusarongeka kwacho sooo. vachatoblamer maZimbo so kuti magets akuenda bcz of Zimbabweans kkkkkkkk


Sorojena 4 months ago

There is a big emergence generator at the border post, so Zimra and immigration dpt....are they failing to utilize it and ease pressure of work


Tkt says 4 months ago

Iwe @Sorojena, the crisis isn't on the 🇿🇼 border side but south Africa 🇿🇦 which is failing to accept processes from us


Gwedu 4 months ago

SA ava mamvemve


@ Sorojena 4 months ago

dzungu sorejena there is no electricity Ku south African side not Zim side..



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