Eskom Announces New Load Shedding Schedule: 25 Hours of Uninterrupted Power Daily!

“South Africans rejoice as Eskom introduces revolutionary ‘EnergiLeap’ technology.”

Johannesburg, South Africa – April 1, 2023 – South Africa’s leading electricity provider, Eskom, has announced a groundbreaking new solution to the ongoing load shedding crisis: a 25-hour uninterrupted power supply daily! According to the company, this game-changing solution will be made possible through the introduction of the innovative “EnergiLeap” technology.

The EnergiLeap system, reportedly developed by top Eskom engineers in collaboration with renowned international energy experts, claims to tap into a hitherto unknown power source that allows for a 25-hour day. This extra hour of electricity will ensure that South African households and businesses enjoy an uninterrupted power supply, effectively eliminating load shedding from the country.

Eskom CEO, Dr. Power Thathi, stated in a press conference: “We are excited to finally bring an end to the load shedding crisis that has plagued our country for years. Our team has worked tirelessly to develop this groundbreaking technology, and we are confident that South Africans will benefit immensely from the 25-hour power supply.”

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Critics have questioned the feasibility of the EnergiLeap system, with many wondering how the extra hour will be accommodated in the standard 24-hour day. Dr. Thathi addressed these concerns, saying, “The EnergiLeap system is still in its testing phase. We are ironing out the kinks, but we have no doubt that we will be able to provide our customers with the extra hour of power they deserve.”

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Many South Africans have expressed excitement over the announcement, eagerly anticipating the end of load shedding. However, some remain skeptical, with one Twitter user writing, “Great news, but isn’t today April Fool’s Day? ????”

Eskom has assured the public that the EnergiLeap announcement is not an April Fool’s prank and that the new technology will be implemented as soon as the testing phase is complete. Until then, South Africans are advised to continue following the current load shedding schedule.

Disclaimer: This is an April Fool’s Day article and should be taken with a pinch of salt.

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