Frankfort representatives and Eskom set to meet in the Johannesburg High Court over a load-shedding dispute

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Eskom fights to block town from using its own solar power

Eskom and representatives from the Free State town Frankfort are set to meet in the Johannesburg High Court this week over a dispute about load-shedding schedules, reports Rapport.

Mafube municipality’s business forum and private power distributor Rural Maintenance approached the court to preserve the status quo until the dispute can be resolved with energy regulator Nersa.
 
They would be admitting defeat if that happened.
Look at Etolls , Still not switched off.
 
Eskom fights to block town from using its own solar power

Eskom and representatives from the Free State town Frankfort are set to meet in the Johannesburg High Court this week over a dispute about load-shedding schedules, reports Rapport.

Mafube municipality’s business forum and private power distributor Rural Maintenance approached the court to preserve the status quo until the dispute can be resolved with energy regulator Nersa.
How about Frankfort officials meet to fix that utter rubbish they call roads in and around them. It’s a disgrace.
 
So households and businesses are allowed to bypass loadshedding individually, but not collectively?

How dare they starve the MyCadres? Just imagine the sheer audacity of not giving the piggies a chance to gorge themselves first, but rather help the people of the country.
Starve them Rural & Frankfurt, please!
 
The anc have a vested interest in maintaining the crippling state of eskom and handcuffing the remaining paying citizens. Sickening, pathetic lot
 
Absolutely amazing. An entire town collectively does something to end loadshedding, to really make a dent in Eskom's problem, and it's a big NO from them.

You people can't supply reliable power. Accept that and step aside. Let the private sector do it infinitely better.
 
There is literally no point in load shedding solar - WT actual F!!!????
 
So it's not just to prevent them from changing loadshedding schedules, but they are in fact not allowed to use the electricity?
 
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