If you stay in the City of Tshwane, here is your updated load shedding schedule.
Load shedding: Here’s the UPDATED schedule
Eskom is currently implementing Stage 4 load shedding, and if you are a resident in the City of Tshwane, find your updated schedule here.
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The power utility Eskom is implementing Stage 4 load shedding until Monday at 16:00, 13 March 2023.
If you live in Tshwane, find your updated schedule below.
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The City of Tshwane has updated its load shedding schedule for Monday. 12 March 2023.
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Eskom is implementing Stage 4 load shedding throughout the day.
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HERE ARE SOME LOAD SHEDDING TIPS
- Use surge protection. Electric surges are one of the biggest causes of damage to equipment during a power outage.
- Gas for cooking and lighting. A gas stove is an absolute necessity. A small LP gas bottle and lamp are perfect and provide good lighting.
- Keep a Thermo flask with hot water. If you have a baby, keeping hot water in a thermal flask to make milk for the baby or a hot drink for yourself is a good idea.
- Ensure that your alarm system has a backup battery and is fully charged in the event of load shedding.
- Keep a spare torch in sight – one in the house and one in your car if you arrive home during load shedding in the dark.
- Mark sure your cellphone, laptop, and other electronic devices are fully charged ahead of the load shedding schedule or in case of power outages.
- A power bank is also a necessity, but only when it is charged.
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