Eskom to implement stage two(2) load shedding as breakdowns increases.
Load shedding stage two (2) started this morning at 08:00. Due to increase in generations unit breakdowns, Eskom announced that it will implement stage two (2) load shedding as the country moves to level two (2) of Lockdown. The current load shedding has been caused by an increase in plant breakdowns at night and in the early mornings daily.
If the increase in generations unit breakdowns continues even in stage two (2) Eskom will be forced to implement another stage of load shedding in our country. There's a larger possibility that stage three (3) of load shedding will be implemented sooner than expected.
📷 Image: @Eskom_SA on Twitter.
Whenever you experience load shedding in your area it is safer that you switch off all your electrical appliances to avoid damage when electricity returns.
You can access schedules of load shedding from the following channels.
2. MyEskom app
3. 086 003 7566
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