Load shedding could make a comeback on Thursday, says Eskom
Eskom has announced a high risk of Stage 1 load shedding from Thursday afternoon, between 2pm and 10pm.
Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe says the risk remains high from Thursday into the weekend.
The power utility says it may have to implement Stage 1 in order to prevent further issues with generating capacity next week.
High risk of loadshedding today into the weekend pic.twitter.com/vvYwU5Qc8f— Khulu Phasiwe (@KhuluPhasiwe) February 28, 2019
#POWERALERT 1— Eskom Hld SOC Ltd (@Eskom_SA) February 28, 2019
Thursday, 28 February 2019
There's an increased risk of Stage 1 rotational loadshedding from 2pm to 10pm today, with the risk of loadshedding remaining untilp end of the weekend @CityPowerJhb @City_Ekurhuleni @CityTshwane @CityofCT @ewnupdates @SABCNewsOnline pic.twitter.com/WyH7WBuq1k
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