Eskom reduces load-shedding to stage 1, with none deliberate for the weekend

Eskom has diminished load-shedding from stage 2 to stage 1 from 5pm on Friday after three technology models have been repaired.

The facility utility stated that consequently, no load-shedding was anticipated for the weekend.

Eskom introduced on Thursday morning that stage 2 load-shedding was being applied from 8am. It stated the rotational energy cuts have been attributable to a rise in plant breakdowns throughout the night time and early hours of Thursday. 

On Friday, Eskom stated its groups had efficiently returned to service a technology unit every on the Duvha, Kriel and Tutuka energy stations. 

“These have helped ease technology capability constraints enabling us to droop load-shedding for the weekend. Whereas no load-shedding is anticipated throughout the weekend, Eskom needs to remind the general public to proceed utilizing electrical energy sparingly because the system stays weak and unpredictable,” the ability utility stated.