ESKOM, the South African electricity provider, is known for its load shedding. Since 1994 when the ANC took over the reigns in South Africa there was hardly any maintenance, replacements of generators, etc. and certainly no vision; just politics and ‘looting’. On local level ESKOM engineers could not even straighten our the poles, etc. Since a few years there is a new management at ESKOM trying to repossess what was stolen and working on updating the present infrastructure including the introduction of alternative energy sources such as wind and solar (instead of coal).
But allowed in other South African places like Paternoster.
In Caledon, South Africa
What does an entrepreneur do with an out of use railway station?
He turns it style-concious in to a Railway Station Market. It happened in Elgin, Western Cape, South Africa (80 km East of Cape Town).