Load shedding has gotten worse

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Venezuelan Elvia Helena Lozano lights a kerosene lamp during a power outage at her home in Caracas on March 9, 2019. - Sunday is the third day Venezuelans remain without communications, electricity or water, in an unprecedented power outage that already left 15 patients dead and threatens with extending indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation.


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The extent of the planned power cuts in South Africa has been more severe compared to the January to April period of last year.

Eskom CEO, Jan Oberholzer, however noted that there have also been fewer days of load shedding over the same period.

Stage 2 load shedding remains in place until Monday at 5am. But Eskom says that this round of power cuts is due to the loss of generation capacity due to delays in returning generators to service and the breakdown of nine generators.

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