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No clarity on power outage

May 26 2011 07:35 Sapa

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Johannesburg - City Power has posted load-shedding schedules on its website, but said this did not mean it would happen, the Citizen reported on Thursday.

"On an annual basis we update our load-shedding schedules. However at this stage there is no indication of load-shedding," said City Power spokesperson Louis Pieterse.

Some areas on the schedule are listed for load-shedding three times a week, from 6:00 to 10:00m, or 18:00 to 22:00.

Earlier this month, Eskom said that it did not issue an alert despite municipalities updating their load-shedding schedules.
city power  |  eskom  |  load shedding  |  electricity

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