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The National Funeral Practitioners Association is calling for a meeting with government to try and come up with solutions.The National Funeral Practitioners Association is calling for a meeting with government to try and come up with solutions.

SA’s electricity crisis | Funeral parlours struggling to stay afloat | eNCA

Unrelenting load shedding coupled with a heatwave across parts of South Africa are causing bodies to decay much faster at funeral parlours, according to an industry body. Unrelenting load shedding coupled with a heatwave across parts of South Africa are causing bodies to decay much faster at funeral parlours, according to an industry body.

South Africans urged to bury dead within four days amid load shedding, heatwave | Business

A Soweto family has told of the trauma of finding a decomposed body of a loved one at a state mortuary, just days after their father died.A Soweto family has told of the trauma of finding a decomposed body of a loved one at a state mortuary, just days after their father died.

Families urged to bury their dead sooner

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The National Funeral Practitioners Association says the constant load shedding is making it difficult for people to bury their loved ones within the recommended four day period.The National Funeral Practitioners Association says the constant load shedding is making it difficult for people to bury their loved ones within the recommended four day period.

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