Dark weekend for SA as Eskom announces stage 2 load-shedding

Eskom implemented stage 2 load-shedding at 9pm Friday night.

15.2.2020

Dark weekend for SA as Eskom announces stage 2 load-shedding

Eskom implemented stage 2 load-shedding at 9pm Friday night.

LOAD-SHEDDING: This they say is due to the loss of an additional four units. The announcement came after President Cyril Ramaphosa reiterated load-shedding should be expected for the foreseeable future. The power utility has called for everyone to use electricity sparingly and to switch off their geysers during peak hours. Source Read more: eNCA

No stage three We are currently loadshedding in stage 3 Eskom customers can access schedules through the ff channels: 👉🏽 Website 👉🏽 Call 086 003 7566 👉🏽 MyEskom app Municipal customers please consult your local municipalities for schedules. (Image courtesy pexels ) Lovely for the criminals and rapists.

Even the news wasn’t ready for Stage 3. Don’t update your headline yet. Stage 6 by this afternoon. They getting ready to force another massive price hike Stage 3 wena... We are currently loadshedding in stage 3 They delayed it because of SONA Make that 3 please, thank you Stage 3 🤦🏻‍♂️ Stage 3 you muppets

Eskom to offer 'voluntary cash separation packages' worth R400m“As part of the Eskom turnaround plan, in 2019, the Eskom Board granted approval for implementation of voluntary cash separation packages for non-core employees over two years.” Non core employees wont leave. The people that wanna leave are core employees, engineers, technicians,operators, artisans, project managers etc.

Stage 3 Is it 3 or 2 make up your mind Yeah its stage 3 yunno HeidiGiokos Might want to update that to Stage 3...... It’s now escalated to stage 3 from 9am today is it stage 2 or stage 3 , as your news broadcast on 403 says stage 3 🙆🏾‍♂️ During the early days of load shedding our president once said 'there was someone who used to remove other instruments in the system' that why it happens

So we were right after all. Eskom was just waiting for SONA2020 to be delivered for them to continue with loadshedding, all the reasons given for not shedding those days were just blatant LIES. Useless entity. mxm

Eskom sets aside money for voluntary exits for staffThe utility has set aside R400m for the severance packages but insists nobody will be coerced into leaving

Kunzima.........business rescue loading! Sweet SouthAfrica Loadshedding SONA SONA20 SONA2020 SaturdayMorning Yes that IR4 city in Lanseria is looking sharp with this blackouts. Fukcen lying ANC. What a surprise! We weren't expecting this. Like really we knew after the SONA things were going back to normal.

Whether u hate EFF or not, Gordhan must be removed. Again!!!

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Eskom to spend up to R400m on severance packagesEskom has reportedly offered some managers voluntary severance packages, capping costs at R400 million, a communique sent to staff by the struggling power utility showed. This is really stupid. The good, productive employees who can find jobs elsewhere will leave while the poor performers will stay. Why can't they just performance manage the bad apples out? Its slower but a more effective clean up.



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