Eskom cautions the public to anticipate the increased risk of Loadshedding until problems like repairs are resolved over the next six to 12 months.
South Africa has had 155 days of Loadshedding since January.
“Due to the vulnerability and unpredictability of the power system, coupled with the major
capital projects, maintenance and major repairs to be executed starting during the next few months, the risk of continued loadshedding remains quite high,” said Jan Oberholzer, Eskom Group Chief Operating Officer.
Eskom announced that Loadshedding remains on Stage 2 until 16:00 on Wednesday. At 16:00 on Wednesday until 05:00 on Thursday Stage 3 loadshedding will be implemented. Thereafter it drops back to Stage 2 again until further notice.
Our areas of Kaalfontein, Allandale, Ebony Park (KAE) and surrounding areas of Ivory Park, Rabie Ridge, President Park, Glen Austin, Mayibuye, Klipfontein and Tswelopele will be be by upcoming Loadshedding as follows:
Tuesday, 15 November 14:00 until 16:30
Wednesday, 16 November 14:00 until 16:30
Wednesday, 16 November 22:00 until 00:30.
Thursday, 17 November 20:00 until 22:30
Friday, 18 November 04:00 until 06:30
KAE News will provide you with updates should the above schedule change.