U-Eskom Ukhuza OMasipala Abazicishela Ngokwabo Ugesi

Written by on 11 November, 2021

By: Sthulile Mdletshe

Power Utility Eskom says it is investigating issues of non compliance where some municipalities have instituted their own loadshedding.

The Group Executive for Distribution, Monde Bala says this has worsened the situation in the country that is already experiencing blackouts.

Eskom has briefed the media on its challenges in the backdrop of multiple calls for CEO André de Ruyter to quit due to the never ending loadshedding experienced at the moment.

While the risk of power outages will remain, the country needs four to six thousand megawatts of additional capacity to maintain scheduled maintenance programmes.

Bala says affected municipalities will received letters, adding that only eThekwini and Buffalo City, have adhered to the loadshedding regulations.

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