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Eskom has changed its schedules, placing each customer in each time period once every 16 days, increasing equity for all.


To find out more about load shedding, go to the load shedding site
To view MUNICIPAL load shedding schedules made available to Eskom, click HERE
Frequently Asked Questions about load shedding

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In an effort to curb the non-payment of electricity by several municipalities, Eskom  had earlier notified defaulting municipalities and  their electricity customers that should payment plans not be signed and honoured, their electricity supply would be interrupted during the morning and evening peak periods from the 5 June. 
Eskom is pleased to note that significant progress has been made and that most of the municipalities now have payment plans in place. These municipalities will only have their power supply interrupted  should payment plans not be honoured and only if absolutely necessary. Eskom is anticipating payment plans from the remaining municipalities.


Report electricity theft anonymously in one of the following ways:
Primedia Crime Line: SMS 32211 (R1/SMS) or
email your tip-off at
Eskom crime reporting line: 0800 11 27 22 (toll-free)
Email your queries to Operation Khanyisa
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