South Africa: Nation’s Main Electrical Utility Forcing White Engineers Out to Hire More Blacks

Daily Slave
March 9, 2015

This is just a small glimpse of what South Africa will look like when the power grid fails due to Black incompetence.

After South Africa was taken over by a gang of Marxist terror monkeys back in the 1990s, the country has gone directly down hill.  South Africa is currently in the midst of dealing with roving blackouts and other electrical problems primarily due to the lack of planning by the ape occupied government to properly finance maintenance and expansion of their infrastructure.

Now we hear news that Eskom which is the largest producer of electricity in South Africa is reducing the number of White people they employ so they can hire more Blacks as part of a government sanctioned affirmative action policy.  This is so ridiculous that it is hard to know where to begin, but at least it seems to explain some of the problems they’ve been having.

Even though Whites are a minority in South Africa, we see that they still need affirmative action policies to give Blacks jobs.  If these policies are really needed in a country where Whites are only about 10% of the population, they are openly admitting that Blacks on average are far less capable of holding these positions.  That’s why Whites have historically filled them despite the demographics of the country.

News 24:

Eskom has to reduce the number of white engineers by 1 081 and white artisans by 2 179 in order to comply with strict new government requirements, according to a report by specialist labour writer Jan de Lange in the Sunday newspaper Rapport.

The new directives require embattled Eskom, the best performing public enterprise in the affirmative action race, to ensure that these two key job categories become “completely reflective of the national and regional demographics” by 2020.

Some 6 530 people, of whom 30% or 1 786 are white, currently occupy “professional and mid-management” positions at Eskom.

These are mostly engineers.

If these policies continue, it would not be a surprise to see South Africa’s electrical grid completely fall apart in the next 15 to 20 years.  If they are having all of these blackout problems now, just think what will happen when they force out thousands of their White engineers and workers.