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Power cuts and food safety: how to avoid illness during loadshedding

Published June 9, 2023, by Lise Korsten, Ina Skosana

“South Africa has been grappling with power cuts for 15 years, which have worsened in recent years.

The persistent power outages have disrupted every facet of life, including food safety.

The Conversation Africa’s Ina Skosana spoke to food safety expert Lise Korsten about the impact of persistent power cuts on the food in our homes and the best ways to protect ourselves.”

Read the article in full (republished from The Conversation Africa), on the 947 website.


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