Growthpoint Properties warns of diesel shortage

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South Africa's biggest real estate investor warns of diesel shortage

Growthpoint Properties Ltd., South Africa’s largest real estate investment trust, said its running out of diesel to operate generators at some of its buildings as the country grapples with the worst electricity shortage since 2019.

In a letter to customers at one of its sites in Johannesburg the company said it suppliers are struggling to keep up as Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., the national power utility, cuts as much as 6,000 megawatts from the national grid after a pay strike disrupted operations.
 
Growthpoint Properties Ltd., South Africa’s largest real estate investment trust, said its running out of diesel to operate generators
Our resources are stretched to their limits. Our diesel providers have exhausted their diesel supply,” the company told clients in a letter dated Tuesday. “We kindly request that you make your own contingency plans to secure the integrity of your business and IT infrastructure.”
Read: "It's costing us too much to keep refuelling. Get your own damn backups."
 
Meanwhile, Corporate SA is like.

Everyone must go back to the office.
Let's hope the WFH peeps have all ready the MYBB inverter/solar threads.

Let's hope the bosses of the WFH peeps have all ready the MYBB inverter/solar threads.

:love:

We want moar.
 
Naaaa, the ANC ain't done with us by a damn mile.
Their goals to hit before their 50'th year of being in power (2044) ...
R50/L
R50 to the $
R50 per unit of Electricity.
R50 per unit surcharge if you get from IPP's
Etc.... etc...
 
Naaaa, the ANC ain't done with us by a damn mile.
Their goals to hit before their 50'th year of being in power (2044) ...
R50/L
R50 to the $

R50 per unit of Electricity.
R50 per unit surcharge if you get from IPP's
Etc.... etc...

$1/l for diesel is cheaper than diesel is now in most places.
 
Naaaa, the ANC ain't done with us by a damn mile.
Their goals to hit before their 50'th year of being in power (2044) ...
R50/L
R50 to the $
R50 per unit of Electricity.
R50 per unit surcharge if you get from IPP's
Etc.... etc...
You forgot bread R3000 a loaf.
 
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