High level of absenteeism as some Eskom workers return to work

2022-06-29 11:06:00 PM

Eskom on Wednesday said while some workers had started reporting for duty at power stations, there was still a high level of absenteeism.

Eskom on Wednesday said while some workers had started reporting for duty at power stations, there was still a high level of absenteeism.

Eskom on Wednesday said while some workers had started reporting for duty at power stations, there was still a high level of absenteeism.

There remained a risk that the stage of load-shedding may have to change at any time, depending on the state of the power plants.“As previously communicated, stage 6 load-shedding will be implemented from 4pm until 10pm this evening [Wednesday]. Stage 4 will be implemented from 10pm to midnight.

“Load-shedding will be reduced to stage 2 until 5am on Thursday morning. From 5am until midnight on Thursday, load-shedding will be implemented at stage 4,” it said.Eskom pays tribute to and thanks those many employees who keep going beyond the call of duty and continue to help keep the lights on during this very challenging time

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LISTEN | Gordhan hopes Eskom back to normal on Wednesday, blames intimidation for stage 6 load-sheddingPublic enterprises Minister Pravin Godhan on Tuesday said staff from Eskom will restore the power utility to some level of normality after the resolution of an unprotected strike which began on June 22. And load shedding? And load shedding reduction after this what then 🙄🤔 Pravin point blank lied about the agreement reached, sies! How does h know that 'Unlawful industrial action' will be over by Wednesday.... Since it's their excuse for stage6 Loadshedding?

Eskom hits us with stage 6 load shedding on Tuesday and WednesdaySouth Africa is in a war and nobody knows it. Illuminati struggling to get control of Africa; now hitting where it hurts; demanding compliance. AFRICA ⸺ WE ARE TOUGH! They distracted you with fighting each other; STOP IT!! FIGHT THE REAL ENEMY!! We know what they don't. RTA.

High level of absenteeism as some Eskom workers return to workEskom on Wednesday said while some workers had started reporting for duty at power stations, there was still a high level of absenteeism. I read an article about Bamber__Michael and visited their website. I was so impressed; I found everything I was looking for in one place. Great advice, clear instructions, the ability to invest and get my return, so after 5 days of making my initial deposit I received my profit So Pravin lied to us yesterday mxm Eskom_SA PresidencyZA CyrilRamaphosa PhalaphalaGateFarm

BREAKING NEWS: Stage 6 load-shedding a high probability, says EskomEskom plans to meet union leaders on Tuesday to try to resolve issues relating to an unprotected strike, CEO Andre de Ruyter says De ruyter is a curse to South Africa. It’s now time for the current SA government to go. Protest for regime change MYANC What hell is happening in country

LETTER | Eskom should lose its licenceEnough is enough. PhalaPhalaFarmGate mastermind Cyril should step down. NO, the ANC should stop being the sole supplier. They have shown they are incapable of doing anything the useless mthfks. I concur.....

Forget Stage 6: Eskom boss suggests STAGE 8 load shedding on the horizonForget Stage 6: Eskom boss suggests STAGE 8 load shedding on the horizon This is PEAK Eskom: After warning that SA could be hit by Stage 6 load shedding today, the utility is also on alert for Stage 8 outages.

13 hours ago There remained a risk that the stage of load-shedding may have to change at any time, depending on the state of the power plants.1 hour ago Gordhan said what he heard was over the past week, a number of units at each power stations had been seriously affected.JOHANNESBURG – True to its word, Eskom has ramped up load shedding to stage 6 from 4 pm to 10 pm on Tuesday and Wednesday.As a result of the unlawful strike, routine maintenance work had to be postponed.

“As previously communicated, stage 6 load-shedding will be implemented from 4pm until 10pm this evening [Wednesday]. Stage 4 will be implemented from 10pm to midnight. “More units will come online that had  not been attended to. “Load-shedding will be reduced to stage 2 until 5am on Thursday morning. Load shedding will then be reduced to stage 2 until 5 am on Wednesday morning. From 5am until midnight on Thursday, load-shedding will be implemented at stage 4,” it said.  “That depends on the co-operation we get from all stakeholders,” Gordhan said. Eskom pays tribute to and thanks those many employees who keep going beyond the call of duty and continue to help keep the lights on during this very challenging time Eskom Stage 2 will be implemented from midnight until 5am on Friday morning.” There remained a risk that the stage of load-shedding may have to change at any time, depending on the state of the power plants.

Eskom had 3,161MW on planned maintenance, while another 17,395MW was unavailable due to breakdowns. “Given that Eskom has finally agreed to return to the negotiating table and there is a new offer which will be formally presented on Friday in the CBF, NUM and Numsa leadership are calling on our members at Eskom to give the process of negotiation a chance,” the unions said.” This comes after CEO Andre de Ruyter said the grid was under pressure as the strike by some of its staff continued at power plants. “Eskom pays tribute to and thanks those many employees who keep going beyond the call of duty and continue to help keep the lights on during this very challenging time. “Eskom thanks our municipal partners who tirelessly implement load-shedding according to schedule. “We also thank the members of the SA Police Service who play a key role in ensuring disruptions of law and order are minimised at power stations during the strike.” It said it would continue to monitor the situation and inform the public accordingly.” It has appealed to South Africans to help limit the impact of the shortages by reducing usage and switching off non-essential items. Eskom pays tribute to and thanks those many employees who keep going beyond the call of duty and continue to help keep the lights on during this very challenging time Eskom Stage 2 will be implemented from midnight until 5am on Friday morning.

“We remind the public that load-shedding is implemented as a last resort to protect the national grid. We urge all South Africans to continue using electricity sparingly.”.” TimesLIVE .