Eskom to switch from stage 1 to stage 2 load-shedding on Monday afternoon

2020-09-06 09:30:00 PM

Eskom announced that stage 1 load-shedding will continue until Monday afternoon - before switching to stage 2 from 4pm.

Eskom announced that stage 1 load-shedding will continue until Monday afternoon — before switching to stage 2 from 4pm.

Eskom announced that stage 1 load-shedding will continue until Monday afternoon - before switching to stage 2 from 4pm.

Image:EskomEskom announced that stage 1 load-shedding will continue until Monday afternoon — before switching to stage 2 from 4pm.The power utility downscaled load-shedding from stage 2 to stage 1 from midday on Sunday.It said stage 1 load-shedding would be suspended at 10pm on Sunday and resume at 8am on Monday until 4pm. Thereafter, stage 2 load-shedding would be implemented until 10pm.

Eskom warned that the same pattern would continue on Tuesday and most likely Wednesday.The power utility said load-shedding was necessary this weekend to replenish the emergency reserves which were depleted over the past week.“Eskom expects several generation units to return to service during the next few days which will help ease the supply constraints.

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Eskom to switch from stage 1 to stage 2 load-shedding on Monday afternoonEskom announced that stage 1 load-shedding will continue until Monday afternoon - before switching to stage 2 from 4pm.

Eskom downgrades loadshedding to Stage 1 for the rest of SundayThe move to Stage 1 means that the Cape Town will not experience load shedding for the remainder of Sunday.

Eskom downgrades load-shedding to stage 1Eskom announced on Sunday morning that it will down-scale load-shedding from stage 2 to stage 1.

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Eskom said stage 1 load-shedding will be effective from midday on Sunday to 10pm.Eskom said stage 1 load-shedding will be effective from midday on Sunday to 10pm.Email Share Johannesburg - Eskom has downgraded loadshedding to Stage 1, effective from 12pm midday, until 10pm on Sunday night.Eskom said stage 1 load-shedding will be effective from midday on Sunday to 10pm.

Image: Eskom Eskom announced that stage 1 load-shedding will continue until Monday afternoon — before switching to stage 2 from 4pm. The power utility downscaled load-shedding from stage 2 to stage 1 from midday on Sunday. The power utility downscaled load-shedding from stage 2 to stage 1 from midday on Sunday. It said stage 1 load-shedding would be suspended at 10pm on Sunday and resume at 8am on Monday until 4pm. The move to Stage 1 does, however, mean that the Cape Town will not experience load shedding for the remainder of Sunday, as the city has additional capacity that allows it to operate at one loadshedding level below the rest of the country. Thereafter, stage 2 load-shedding would be implemented until 10pm. Thereafter, stage 2 load-shedding would be implemented until 10pm. Eskom warned that the same pattern would continue on Tuesday and most likely Wednesday. A further update will be provided later today.

The power utility said load-shedding was necessary this weekend to replenish the emergency reserves which were depleted over the past week. The power utility said load-shedding was necessary this weekend to replenish the emergency reserves which were depleted over the past week. Part of the plan was to bring Medupi and Kusile power stations online soon. “Eskom expects several generation units to return to service during the next few days which will help ease the supply constraints. “Eskom teams are working around the clock to return as many of these generation units to service as possible. “Eskom teams are working around the clock to return as many of these generation units to service as possible.” TimesLIVE . Eskom has been under pressure in recent times and this week it told the standing committee on appropriations that its debt has increased from R440 billion to R448bn.