Eskom to implement Stage 2 load shedding

Eskom has announced that it will implement Stage 2 load shedding at 9pm on Friday until 6am on Sunday. This is due to the loss of an additional four units.

The power utility says there is a possibility of increased load shedding in the next 18 months.


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