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Eskom to resume loadshedding from 5pm

Loadshedding has been temporarily suspended until 17h00, Tuesday afternoon. This after power utility Eskom issued a statement that seven generating units had returned to service, which helped ease power supply constraints. Rolling blackouts hit the country on Sunday, leaving many South Africans frustrated without prior notification. Loadshedding will resume between 17h00 and 22h00 tonight, with the rest of the week expected to improve as more units are brought online. Eskom […]

today18/05/2021

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Eskom announces Stage 2 load shedding

By Kaya 959 News Eskom has announced Stage 2 load shedding until Tuesday, 10pm. Eskom said it was forced to implement load shedding due to the loss of 10 generating units at seven of its power stations at the weekend. "Failure of three-generation units at Tutuka was due to loss of air compressors, a unit at Majuba was forced shutdown while another unit tripped," Eskom said. It said a generation […]

today17/05/2021

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Eskom cancels loadshedding from 12pm on Friday

By: Poelano Malema South Africans can breathe a sigh of relief as Eskom cancels loadshedding. The power utility announced that there will be no loadshedding because several generation units have returned to service, helping to restore available capacity. “Eskom is pleased to announce that loadshedding will be cancelled from 12:00 today as some generation units have returned to service, helping to restore generating capacity to meet the customer demand,” the […]

today19/03/2021

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Eskom suspends loadshedding for a few hours to honour King Goodwill Zwelithini

By Kaya 959 News Power utility Eskom will suspend load shedding between 10am and 2pm on Thursday, 18 March. The late King's memorial service will be held during that time and will be available for the nation to watch on television. Eskom says this will allow the country to mourn the passing of King Goodwill Zwelithini. The king passed away on Friday aged 72. He left behind six queens and […]

today18/03/2021

NEWS

Stage 3 load shedding in effect immediately

Kaya News   Loadshedding is set to resume tonight as Eskom is unable to meet current user demands. The power utility blames a constrained power generation system and two days of breakdowns for the system overload.   Stage 3 loadshedding will be implemented from 13h00 (10 February) until 06h00 tomorrow morning (11 February). The aim is to replenish emergency energy reserves and maintain a stable capacity with the energy provider […]

today10/02/2021

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Stage 2 – Load shedding schedule in your area

The latest on the Load Shedding Schedule happening across the country. Stage 2 load shedding will continue today from 9 am to 11 pm due to a “shortage of capacity”, this was confirmed by Eskom on Wednesday night, after implementing the same measures throughout Wednesday. Stage 2 rotational load shedding will be implemented today from 09:00 until 23:00     ​TIME ​BLOCKS AFFECTED ​09:00 to 12:30 5A and 1B ​12:00 […]

today17/10/2019

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Eskom problems are self inflicted, SACP’s Solly Mapaila

By Breakfast with David Team The South African Communist Party says while the majority of issues that are facing power utility Eskom were self-inflicted, the power utility cannot be allowed to fail. The SACP’s second Deputy General Secretary Solly Mapaila was in conversation with David O’Sullivan this morning on Breakfast With David. [WATCH] SACP’s Solly Mapaila says the crisis at Eskom is self inflicted #BreakfastiwthDavid pic.twitter.com/IrugCcEOoo — Kaya 959 Talk […]

today13/02/2019

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