Power manipulation? Schedules don’t correspond with cuts, say experts

Energy analysts say we’re experiencing higher stages of load-shedding than what Eskom announces.
They cite municipalities adding more hours to Eskom schedules so that stage 6 may be a stage 8 when municipalities add their hours.
Chris Yelland, Lungile Maskele and Liziwe McDaid say the schedules don’t align with what is being implemented.
On ending load-shedding in December, Yelland says it’s unpredictable as breakdowns are unplanned and politicians are making empty promises before the elections.
27 Nov 2023 1PM English South Africa News · Daily News

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