Eskom: Expect Stage 2 load shedding from Thursday afternoon until Sunday night
The power utility says there has been a loss of generation capacity overnight.
Meanwhile, the City of Cape Town says City-supplied customers will be on Stage 1 load shedding from Thursday afternoon until midnight.
It's unclear whether the same will apply for the rest of the weekend as well.
"The City is able to protect its customers from one stage of load shedding", the municipality said in a tweet.
City-supplied customers will be on Stage 1 load-shedding from 12:00 until 00:00 tonight, 14 January. The City is able to protect its customers from one stage of load-shedding. Eskom-supplied customers will be on Stage 2 from 12:00. #CTInfo pic.twitter.com/PGec9S2ykQ— City of Cape Town (@CityofCT) January 14, 2021
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