DEVELOPING | #LoadShedding at Stage 2: Grid ‘remains stable and won’t collapse’

DEVELOPING | #LoadShedding at Stage 2: Grid ‘remains stable and won’t collapse’

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Eskom: Multiple systems failures but grid remains stable and ‘won’t collapse’
Eskom, the beleaguered national electricity utility, is suffering from multiple system failures at power stations around the country brought about by poor planning, old …
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