Eskom has announced another Load shedding for Saturday and Sunday, and it's going to be a stage 2 Load shedding. Eskom announced that it is set to implement Stage 2 power cuts from 8am to 10pm on Saturday and Sunday. Eskom cites capacity shortage as reason for the power cuts. For some time now, South Africans have been complaining about incessant power cut as the condition keeps getting worse. This present administration has continued to blame the past administrations for the current Load shedding. However, the Load shedding in the country now was not as much as it is at this moment during the past administration. Some people are calling for the sack of Eskom CEO, while others are lamenting that the whole thing is being manipulated just to privatize Eskom. One of the board members of Eskom, Busisiwe Mavuso said that only privatization can solve the problem of Eskom at this point in time, saying that the condition of the company is very poor.
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