Eskom have dropped more devastating news on Wednesday, announcing that not only will load shedding return for the third consecutive day, but also that Stage 4 schedules will come into effect until 22:00 tonight. You know the drill by now – you’re going to have to plan your evening around the rolling blackouts.
No fear though – we have you covered with some easy to use guides to figuring out the various regional load shedding schedules as Stage 4 kicks off in earnest.
CHECK YOUR ESKOM load shedding SCHEDULES ON Wednesday 9 JUNE
Stage 4 LOAD SHEDDING SCHEDULE FOR GAUTENG:
- 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.
- Of course, if you have your block number memorised, you can check in with City Power’s Twitter updates.
- Residents in Pretoria can find their district grouping by consulting this list.
- You can view this schedule to tell you exactly when your suburb will get load shedding, on each day of the month.
- If you already know your numbered group, you can get your updates from the City of Tshwane’s Twitter.
- Find the “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.
- Find your block on this list.
- Double-check the city’s official schedule.
- You can also follow the eThekwini Municipality’s Twitter account for live updates.
Port Elizabeth (PE)/Gqeberha
- The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality arguably has the leas user-friendly load shedding schedule BUT be that as it may….it has all the details you will ever need.
- Click here to view the timetable.