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Eskom Announces Load Shedding Suspension for Today

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Eskom Announces Load Shedding Suspension for Today

Eskom has delivered good news to Rugby enthusiasts across South Africa by announcing a temporary suspension of load shedding. Eskom Load shedding will remain suspended until 16:00 on Monday. This announcement comes just in time for the highly-anticipated Rugby World Cup match between South Africa and France, bringing relief to many fans.

Eskom Announces Load Shedding Suspension for Today

Load-Shedding Schedule for the Week

Sunday, 15 October

    • Daytime (05:00–16:00): Suspended
    • Evening peak (16:00–05:00): Stage 2

Monday, 16 October

    • Daytime (05:00–16:00): Stage 2
    • Evening peak (16:00–05:00): Suspended

Tuesday, 17 October

    • Daytime (05:00–16:00): Suspended
    • Evening peak (16:00–05:00): Stage 2

Wednesday, 18 October

    • Daytime (05:00–16:00): Stage 2
    • Evening peak (16:00–05:00): Suspended

This pattern will be repeated daily until further notice, as confirmed by Eskom. The utility cited breakdowns of 13,158MW and planned maintenance at 6,051MW as reasons for this suspension.

To access detailed load shedding schedules and receive push notifications, smartphone users can use the Eskom SePush app. Eskom continues to monitor the situation closely, making adjustments to ensure a stable electricity supply.

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Load Shedding Reduced to Stage 1: In Effect Until Saturday Afternoon

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Load Shedding Reduced to Stage 1: In Effect Until Saturday Afternoon

Power utility Eskom has initiated Stage 3 load shedding starting from 4 pm and continuing until 5 am. This load shedding pattern will be followed by Stage 1 and 2 power cuts. The breakdown of certain generating units has necessitated these power cuts.

Load Shedding Reduced to Stage 1: In Effect Until Saturday Afternoon

In the last 24 hours, one generating unit each from Camden, Majuba, and Medupi power stations, along with two generating units at Arnot power station, were taken offline for necessary repairs.

Simultaneously, two generating units at Kriel power station have been restored to service.

Eskom’s teams are diligently working to expedite the return of additional generating units to active service.

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