More loadshedding on the cards for this week as Eskom battles to keep the lights on

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With more than 100 days of loadshedding recorded this year, Eskom says we will have to battle through yet another week of power cuts. The power utility says it is continuing to suffer breakdowns at various power stations, saying the rolling blackouts are necessary to replenish emergency generation reserves. The current bout of power cuts is said to remain in place this week.

Written by: Keenan Williams

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