Cyril the Buffalo has been defeated by Gwede the Tiger. Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter has come under fire from Minister Gwede Mantashe. Mantashe effectively disagreed with President Cyril Ramaphosa with de Ruyter's and Eskom's performance by doing this. Minister Gwede disapproved with the decision to ban coal as well.
Date: 07/08/2022 BREAKING: Eskom SUSPENDS load shedding Eskom says that the decision to stop stage 2 load shedding is due to better production capacity and less demand on weekends. South Africans can breathe a sigh of relief for now because Eskom has said it will stop load shedding, at least for now.
Just a few days ago Eskom CEO André de Ruyter informed South Africans that Loadshedding was going to be suspended due to an improvement in the generation capacity and the lower weekend demand, but this afternoon (Wednesday 10 August) the official Twitter account of Eskom has made a post in which they informed South Africans that Loadshedding will be back today.
Eskom has declared that their rolling outage this weekend has been stopped. It claims that this is because of an increase in its generation capacity and a decrease in demand during the weekend. The electric company claims that all of its emergency generating reserves have returned. Last week, rolling blackouts were enforced by Eskom.
https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2022-08-10-watch-armed-with-coffee-and-blankets-khayelitsha-residents-protect-eskom-employees-from-extortionists/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1660125294 Last Thursday, Khayelitsha Site B occupants turned out in numbers to watch Eskom representatives who were fixing a transformer after it detonated that morning. Babalwa Mabuya, who has been living in Site BW Section for over 25 years, said wrongdoing has expanded nearby with criminals requesting "assurance expenses" from Eskom workers when they fix broken framework.
BREAKING: Eskom SUSPENDS load shedding According to Eskom, the decision to terminate stage 2 load shedding was made since there is now more capacity for production and there is less demand on the weekends. As of right now, residents of South Africa can heave a sigh of relief because Eskom has announced that it would end load shedding, at least for the time being.
The month of July is finally coming to an end. Even though it has been the month where South Africans had to deal with constant load shedding that was implemented by the electricity power house Eskom on a single basis, it is only now during the last week of July where load shedding has been stopped.
Andile Lungisa, a prominent member of the African National Congress who is known for his legislative work in South Africa, has declared that he will protect the country's power utility, Eskom, from any attempt to destroy it. At this time, Eskom is responsible for supplying approximately 90 percent of the country's electrical power.
Source:https://twitter.com/mrlungisa/status/1551865600267501571?t=W6fFBt33kWtWA4FQ1frYiQ&s=19 Renowned South African legislator and noticeable ANC part Andile Lungisa has declared that he will guard South Africa's power utility Eskom against any endeavor to kill it. Eskom is at present liable for providing around 90% of power in South Africa.
Eskom will enforce degree 2 load-losing among 16:00 and middle of the night on Saturday and Sunday, the software introduced in a declaration on Friday afternoon. Eskom stated its producing potential constraints have been exacerbated via way of means of the put off in returning producing devices to carrier and numerous extra breakdowns.
South Africa's finance minister Enoch Godongwane has reiterated that the nation is going to foot Eskom's debt. He was speaking at a media briefing on Monday alongside other ministers appointed to serve on the energy crisis committee after President Cyril Ramaphosa’s speech last week to outline measures to ensure long-term energy supply in SA.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/08/02/eskom-s-unsustainable-debt-poses-a-risk-to-the-state-godongwana?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana Eskom's obligation should be managed as it represents a gamble to the state. He was essential for a bunch of clergymen who tended to the media on the way forward with respect to combatting moving power cuts.
https://twitter.com/mrlungisa/status/1551865600267501571?t=W6fFBt33kWtWA4FQ1frYiQ&s=19 The notable South African lawmaker and unmistakable individual from the ANC, Andile Lungisa has suggested that they'll protect the South African Power Utility, Eskom from any endeavor to kill it. Eskom is right now answerable for providing around 90% of South African power.
Source: https://www.thesouthafrican.com/news/stage-2-load-shedding-implemented-today-find-your-schedule-here-breaking-news-latest-04-august-2022/?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1659582992 Eskom is set to implement loadshedding stage 2 and 4 today. They have also shared where you can check how your schedule is like in your area. According to The South African, tough days are coming for the South Africans as Eskom has decided to introduce the loadshedding once again.
Dark days could be ahead as Eskom announces short-notice of potential over the next 3 days load-shedding Eskom has warned of potential blackouts and level 2 loadshedding for the next three (3) days. In a lengthy statement released by Eskom, they detailed that there was a shortage of power supply, due to the shortage of generation capacity.
Eskom warned on Tuesday that Stage 2 load shedding might be implemented at short notice between 16:00 and 24:00 over the next three days. well as the failure of a generation unit each at Medupi, Hendrina, Camden, and two units at Majuba. Some generation units at other power stations are expected to return to service over the next few days.
A former Eskom employee has found herself in hot water with the law. She is facing a charge of defrauding Eskom of over R11 million. 44 year old Lizel Quanson Wolmarans appeared before the Gqeberha magistrates court facing the charges. She worked at Eskom as a senior billing clerk and that is when she allegedly commited the offence.
According to the Minister of Finance, Enoch Godongwana, Eskom's debt is unsustainable, and the National Treasury needs to take action. He was delivering these remarks on the periphery of the ANC's sixth policy conference. During the address that President Cyril Ramaphosa gave on the topic of resolving South Africa's energy crisis, he stated that the Treasury was working to finalize a sustainable solution to Eskom's R400 billion debt problem.
A previous Eskom representative has been captured for power charging extortion adding up to R11m. Liesel Maria Wolmarans, 44, showed up in the Gqeberha particular business wrongdoing court on Friday after her capture by the Hawks' serious business wrongdoing examination group. Capt Yolisa Mgolodela, representative for the directorate, said Wolmarans was a senior charging assistant at Eskom between March 2011 and May 2021.
The Eskom Msundizi was target by perpetrators and they stole essential power cables which left some part of Pietermaritzburg residents in the dark again, for hours after the incident.