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18:00 FROM ESKOM: The risk of loadshedding has moved from Stage 1 to Stage 2 for this evening, but will only be implemented if absolutely necessary

If stage 2 loadshedding is introduced the Sol Plaatje Stage 2 Schedule will used https://www.kimberley.org.za/?p=1481   

20:15 Tuesday, 31/07/2018: Load Shedding has been suspended for this evening but the risk remains high from 05:00 tomorrow morning.

On Stage 1 loadshedding only geysers are shed and no blackouts are expected in Kimberley.

IF Eskom escalate loadshedding to Stage 2 this evening blackouts can be expected in Southridge from 18:00 to 20:00 and in Herlear and Hall from 20:00 to 22:00.

LOAD SHEDDING POSSIBILITY: Tuesday 31st July 2018: Time 08:00

Power utility Eskom says on that South Africans should start planning for load shedding to take place sometime this week.

This after the power utility earlier warned of a constrained national power supply – which it said was caused by protests and intimidation – for the first time since late June. Eskom put out similar warnings ahead of rotational load shedding in the past.

On Monday afternoon at 16:00 Eskom said in an update that customers “are advised to plan on the assumption that load shedding will take place”.

Customers are encouraged to check their load shedding schedules on the Eskom and their municipal website.Thanks

Sello Matsie

KIMBERLEY LOADSHEDDING FAQ  https://www.kimberley.org.za/?p=3135

KIMBERLEY LOADSHEDDING SCHEDULES  https://www.kimberley.org.za/?p=1481

IF stage 2 or 3 loadshedding is introduced in Kimberley the following schedules will be used:
Kimberley Load Shedding Schedules
– https://www.kimberley.org.za/?p=1481

On Stage 1 loadshedding only geysers are shed and no blackouts are expected in Kimberley.

On Stage 2 loadshedding two hour long rolling blackouts are introduced according to the Stage 2 Schedule.

On Stage 3 loadshedding the whole City is switch off for 2.5 hours 3 times a day, according to the Stage 3 Schedule.

KIMBERLEY LOADSHEDDING FAQ – https://www.kimberley.org.za/?p=3135

Internet Updates:

Facebook Updates:



17:45 16/06/2018 – KeyAlert: Load Shedding Kimberley
Eskom Power System Emergency has been declared: 16 June 2018, 17H00 until 21H00. Load shedding stage 2.We are commencing with stage 2, starting with carters glen and portions galeshewe substations untill 18h00. Please take note of the Schedule. We regret the inconvenience
Regards, Sello Matsie, Spokesperson

16:50 16/06/2018 • “Eskom will commence with Stage 2 loadshedding from 17:00 today (16 June 2018). We anticipate that this will continue until 21:00 tonight.  Eskom is loadshedding according to the published loadshedding schedules”

18:00 17/06/2018 via Eskom “Stage 1 loadshedding alert for this evening still in place but will only be implemented if absolutely necessary”

13:00 16/06/2018 

12:00 16/06/2018 – Eskom announced upcoming Stage 2 Loadshedding from 17:00 to 22:00 today. This notice only appeared on Eskom’s Twitter and we are waiting on further confirmation.  This tweet from Eskom might have been in error as their call centre has no such information.

15/06/2018 19:45 •  Eskom suspended Stage 1 loadshedding at 19:31

15/06/2018 – 11:30 – “Eskom Power System Emergency has been declared: Friday, 15 June 2018 11:29 to 21:00. Load shedding stage 1 (all non-curtailment customers) will be implemented to stabilize the system.”

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