The public has noted that South Africa has endured load shedding for more than a decade, which casts further shadows over the country’s ability to address the energy crisis.
Radio 786 listeners have reacted with outrage as the country has been plunged into Stage 4 load shedding until Friday 5am.
However, Cape Town residents that receive their electricity from the municipality should observe the Stage 2 schedule until 10pm today.
The past few days of Stage 2 load shedding has strained Eskom’s resources forcing it to implement Stage 4 black outs.
Mantshantsha, says that Koeberg power station is operating fully, and that they’re working to address the problem at its other facilities.
Over the past day, a unit each at Medupi, Kusile and Matla power stations tripped while a unit each at Lethabo and Arnot power stations were forced to shut down.
[Header image: Eskom]
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