Eskom announces Stage 4 load-shedding from 12:00 on Wednesday to 05:00 on Friday

ThinkCentre

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“We remind customers that load-shedding is implemented as a last resort to maintain the stability of the power system regardless of the stage of load-shedding,” Eskom said.

If you believe this, expect Father Christmas on the eve of 24 December in your lounge dropping off gifts!
 

Herr der Verboten

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Announcing stage 4 an hour before it begins.

Way to go, guys.
They are saving up for 1 Nov 2021 for The Holy event. Of course magically covid and/or loadshedding issues... there will be none on Monday. Even if they burn through cornkernels...
 

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Why aren't property development companies, OUTA and municipalities suing the government?

It has become more apparent that we need to be weaned off Eskom. This is a real possibility in the bigger cities.

Why aren't we moving towards private estates generating their own electricity and charging residents?

Municipalities also generating their own power for residents


In general organisations like OUTA constantly suing government and challenging legislation.
 

xumwun

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Why aren't property development companies, OUTA and municipalities suing the government?

It has become more apparent that we need to be weaned off Eskom. This is a real possibility in the bigger cities.

Why aren't we moving towards private estates generating their own electricity and charging residents?

Municipalities also generating their own power for residents


In general organisations like OUTA constantly suing government and challenging legislation.
A lot of them are being built with solar panels but i am surprised that you don't see them using shopping mall type generators.
 

wingnut771

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Why aren't property development companies, OUTA and municipalities suing the government?

It has become more apparent that we need to be weaned off Eskom. This is a real possibility in the bigger cities.

Why aren't we moving towards private estates generating their own electricity and charging residents?

Municipalities also generating their own power for residents


In general organisations like OUTA constantly suing government and challenging legislation.
AFAIK because it's illegal. Thank NERSA.
 
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