Blackouts will be downgraded from Stage 4 to Stage 3 from Thursday.
That’s after generation units each at Arnot, Kriel, Lethabo, Matla and Camden power stations returned to service.
The delay in returning generating units to service at other power stations has added to the capacity constraints.
Meanwhile, Eskom Board chair Mpho Makwana says the power utility was highly regarded internationally for its great corporate culture and a sense of delivery in the early 2000s.
He says the Eskom he knew is a far cry from the power supplier we know today.
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