All load shedding schedules for Gauteng, Cape Town, Durban, PE – Weds 26 May

Load shedding is officially back in business on Wednesday evening, with power outages occurring nationwide. The lights are going out between 17:00 – 22:00, thanks to the implementation of Stage 1 cuts. We’re looking at all the schedules for Gauteng, Cape Town, Durban, and Port Elizabeth / Gqeberha, to provide more localised coverage.

CHECK YOUR ESKOM SCHEDULES ON WEDNESDAY 26 MAY

GAUTENG LATEST:

LOAD SHEDDING SCHEDULE FOR JOHANNESBURG:

  • – Go to the City Power homepage and type in your suburb.
  • – This will give a direct update on when load shedding is expected for you and your regional community.
  • – You can also get a weekly on monthly overview by using this calendar. It’s easily done!
  • – Of course, if you have your block number memorised, you can check-in with City Power’s Twitter updates.

LOAD SHEDDING SCHEDULE FOR PRETORIA / TSHWANE:

  • – Both cities in Gauteng have similar systems…
  • – Pretorians can find their district grouping by consulting this list. It’s an easy way to prepare for power cuts.
  • – You can view this schedule to tell you exactly when your suburb will get load shedding, on each day of the month.
  • – Already know you’re numbered group? Cracking – you can get your updates from the City of Tshwane’s Twitter.

LOAD SHEDDING SCHEDULE FOR CAPE TOWN:

  • – Find what ‘block’ you live in, by using this map.
  • – Once you’ve identified which block you’re in, consult the table which features below.
  • – Find the correct date, scroll down, and identify which time period your block appears in.
  • – On some occasions, the City of Cape Town has a slightly altered load shedding schedule…
Photo: City of Cape Town

LOAD SHEDDING SCHEDULE FOR DURBAN:

Photo: eThekwini Municipality

And finally… a quick look at Port Elizabeth / Gqeberha

  • – The electricity issues have been piling up in this part of the country, so we’re featuring them here.
  • – The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality arguably has the least-aesthetically pleasing load shedding schedule. But do you know what? It’s got all the details any local will ever need.
Photo: Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality

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Presh JM Reporter

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