Power grid remains under pressure, possibility of load shedding not eliminated

#ParasiticParastatal Another 59 Billion Bailout Has Just Been Granted To Mismanaged & Corrupt Eskom Gravy Train

Video: Thank god we have coal and not nuclear power stations! – Boilers shut down due to incompetent workers overfilling coal bunker flooding top floor with coal

Matric exam disrupted by load shedding – will power failures now be blamed for poor performance among learners?

Eskom load shedding may have been applied over Nersa not approving electricity supplier’s tariff increase and is now used as leverage to manipulate the initial decision

#RollingBlackouts are back due to a shortage of power generation at Eskom power stations contributed by lack of skill

While Eskom is struggling to acquire funds by making even more debt with loans to keep power grid stable, thousands of households are using solar power as an alternative to electricity in Northern-Cape

World’s largest platinum mine group, Amplats production stalled and lots R1.6bn in revenue due to load shedding

The ANC’s Eskom Deception – Power Provider received instruction from ANC regime not to apply load shedding until after the election to retain voter support

Problems at Eskom hit rock bottom – rocks are being sold to Eskom as coal by fraudulent suppliers, poor quality coals the cause of six turbines seizing at power stations

SA is on the verge of a total “blackout” due to Eskom’s inability to provide power – National Power Supply and ANC regime are ready for phase 5 & 6

Lies continue while South Africans remain in the dark – “We don’t have the time, we don’t have the money. The last option is load shedding

Grab the candles and keep the generator close by, it might come in handy – Eskom spokesman announces that chances of #rollingblackouts are extremely high

Johannesburg hit by massive blackouts Friday and electricity providers were unable to explain why – perhaps due to incompetent BEE employees?

Loadshedding left a trail of destruction in South Africa, weakening the poor economy by at least R10bn; this should be a costly lesson for the Ramaphosa government