South Africans can expect intermittent load-shedding for the next three months as power utility Eskom battles with electricity generating capacity.
The country has been experiencing stage two load-shedding all week.
Energy analyst Chris Yelland said on eNCA that Eskom doesn’t have any reserve generation capacity and any further loss of supply generation units will result in load-shedding.
He continued by saying that South Africa has had Stage 2 load-shedding for several days now, which was planned to the end of Sunday but the forecast of Eskom has indicated, a high-risk probability of load-shedding, every week for the next three months.
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