Load-shedding has been a bad thing for most South African businesses. But for some, like Spur and Caxton, it has ended up being a windfall.

The current bright spot in the load-shedding schedule — probably sparked by the looming general elections and the ruling party’s loosening grip on power (of the political sort) — has probably set many South Africans at ease...

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