There’s still no clear indication from the president as to when blackouts will end, except to say the end is in sight. Surprising since South… Read More »Blackouts On Their Way Out – Eventually: Ramaphosa
Everything is going fine, but then the power cuts out. No problem, your employees have laptops, and backup systems keep PCs running. But what about… Read More »Data Security During Loadshedding: What Should You Know?
By Jessica Grobler – Associate, Tax and Exchange Control; and Naledi Mdingi – Candidate Attorney, Tax and Exchange Control, from international corporate law firm CMS… Read More »The National Treasury Should Do More To Alleviate Household Costs Of Loadshedding
Admittedly seeing another loadshedding article can mean lights out for many – turn the page – next, as the hum of generators trigger a fragile… Read More »Switching On | The Role Of Retail In Loadshedding
The risk of a total grid collapse is very low according to outgoing Eskom CEO, Andre de Ruyter. Eskom has implemented Stage 6 blackouts after units… Read More »Risk Of Total Grid Collapse Very Low – De Ruyter
The collapse of critical infrastructure in agricultural communities, which is failing due to unrelenting loadshedding, is at boiling point for farmers and businesses in the… Read More »Loadshedding Threatens SA’s Food Security
Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis said that the City of Cape Town hoped to completely shield Capetonians from power cuts over time. On Thursday, he outlined the… Read More »CoCT Plans To Shield Capetonians From Power Cuts Within 3 Years – Hill-Lewis
The National Energy Crisis Committee has released a progress report on the implementation of the energy action plan for the next six months. The ailing… Read More »Energy Crisis Committee Releases Update On Action Plan