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Eskom: Power supply extremely tight

Feb 21 2013 13:31 Reuters
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Johannesburg - Power utility Eskom said on Thursday one of two units at its Koeberg nuclear plant was down after an electrical fault, putting strain on power supply.

"The power system is extremely tight at present," the company said.  

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