VIDEO : WATCH: People march in South Africa to demand an end to power cuts known as load shedding

A whole lot of individuals took to the streets in Johannesburg on Wednesday to protest a protracted power disaster inflicting file energy cuts in South Africa.

A whole lot of individuals took to the streets in Johannesburg on Wednesday to protest a protracted power disaster inflicting file energy cuts in South Africa.

They marched to the headquarters of the ruling African Nationwide Congress (ANC) celebration.

Scheduled blackouts, referred to as load-shedding, have develop into extra frequent, with state-owned power agency Eskom failing to maintain tempo with demand and keep its ageing coal energy infrastructure.

However the outages have reached new extremes over the previous 12 months, with lights going off a number of instances a day generally for nearly 12 hours in complete.