Government working to restore websites after outage

Websites including those of the Presidency, the National Treasury and the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy’s were all inaccessible as of 3 p.m.
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The South African government said it’s working to restore access to a number of state websites that were hit by an outage on Monday.

Websites including those of the Presidency, the National Treasury and the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy’s were all inaccessible as of 3 p.m. in Johannesburg.

“The State Information Technology Agency has experienced some systems challenges,” William Baloyi, a spokesman for the Government Communication Information System, said by phone. “It should be online again soon.”

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The state experiences many challenges all the time because the people who are employed there are challenged in the mental capacity department. It is all one big struggle for people with the struggle mentality. The bankruptcies at all the SOEs and at 90% of municipalities merely reflect the intellectual bankruptcy of the people who work there and the people who have appointed them in that position. The ANC cadre deployment committee owns the monopoly on the spreading of incompetence, criminality, and bankruptcy on a national scale.

We cannot wait for these losers to wake up out of their delusional dream of struggle politics. Life waits for no man. Privitzes this mess so citizens can escape from the clutches of Luthuli House.

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