More load-shedding over the next few days
Load-shedding is likely to continue until at least Tuesday, Eskom has said.
Stage 4 load-shedding was implemented for most of the weekend and will continue between 9am and 11pm on Monday due to a shortage of capacity.
Eskom said in a statement, that load-shedding "up to stage 4" would be implemented on Tuesday.
In addition, load-shedding will switch to stage 2 at 11pm on Sunday and continue overnight until 9am on Monday.
"We remind customers that load-shedding at stage 4 is no cause for alarm as the system is being effectively controlled. Load-shedding is a highly controlled process, implemented to protect the system and precent a total collapse of the system or a national blackout," the statement reads.
"During stage 4 load-shedding, approximately 80% of the country's demand is still being met."
Click here for Nelson Mandela Bay's load-shedding schedule and domestic groups:
Due to current risk of #loadshedding, you can familiarise yourself with some proactive steps to ensure that you are adequately prepared. 👇🏽@Loadshedding_SA @loadshedbuddy @saloadshedding @YouthInEnergy @CityPowerJhb @City_Ekurhuleni @CityTshwane @MangaungCity @CoJPublicSafety pic.twitter.com/CQDpDOTciy— Eskom Hld SOC Ltd (@Eskom_SA) March 17, 2019