South African power utility Eskom have revealed that loadshedding will continue throughout this coming week as the country faces a continued shortage of generation capacity.
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South Africans will once again have to live life without electricity after its power utility has announced loadshedding will continue until next week.
South Africans are being warned to use electricity sparingly as power supply in the country will be under strain in the coming months as a generation unit has been taken offline.
If South Africa’s power utility has their way, the cost of electricity in the country will leave many of its citizens in the dark.
After almost 15 months of uninterrupted operation, Unit 2 of the Koeberg Nuclear Power Station will be taken offline on Monday.
It is expected that load shedding will conclude at 9PM on Friday which will see South Africans have an uninterrupted power supply, at least until Eskom says otherwise.
Last week the Department of Basic Education (DBE) met with Eskom's leadership to deliberate on the challenges faced by Grade 12 students caused by load shedding.
South Africa’s power utility Eskom has a difficult month. It seemed as if everyday they would release a statement announcing the loss of additional generation capacity.
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