Eskom warns electricity customers of load shedding over the weekend

Eskom will implement rotational load shedding in stage 2 over the weekend in a bid to augment its water and diesel reserves for the week ahead. Load shedding will be from 6:00 to 22:00 on Saturday and 8:00 to 22:00 on Sunday.
Eskom calls on consumers to urgently switch off geysers, air conditioners, pool pumps and all non-essential appliances throughout the day to limit the impact of rotational load shedding. As workers leave office buildings this evening we ask that they please switch off the lights, with the exception of security lighting and avoid leaving on air-conditioning overnight.

Load shedding schedules are available on our blog: Find your load shedding schedules here . Some of the Municipalities will say make use of this schedules as published alternatively visit your municipalities own website for more information.For available Municipal Load shedding schedules and contact details: Municipal Customer Schedules

Alternatively visit http://loadshedding.eskom.co.za/ or contact Eskom on 086 003 7566 for more information on its load shedding schedule.  Municipal customers need to contact their own municipalities for the correct schedules.

Customers are cautioned to treat all electrical connections as live during this period.

For more information don’t hesitate to contact the Municipality Watchdog.

Details: Contact André Pieterse on 082 640 1051,info@municipality-watchdog.co.za

Or visit www.municipality-watchdog.co.za

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