Johannesburg – Eskom announced that Stage 4 loadshedding will continue until Wednesday.
The power utility said this is due to unlawful industrial action at various Eskom power station that has impacted planned maintenance and repairs.
It counts unlawful labour action, which is messing with scheduled maintenance and a fault line.
This action has prevented South Africa from adding a further 600-megaWatts due to a line fault in Mozambique.
Unlawful industrial action at various Eskom power stations has impacted planned maintenance and repairs, and at some stations the full complement of workers have not reported for duty. As
a result, Stage 4 loadshedding will regretfully continue to be implemented pic.twitter.com/6iN4wRi8Al
— Eskom Hld SOC Ltd (@Eskom_SA) June 26, 2022