Eskom suspends load shedding again for 11 hours on Monday due to lower demand

Eskom just announced that load shedding will be suspended once again for an 11-hour period on Monday. This is due to a decrease in demand for electricity over the Easter weekend, which allowed the power utility to provide uninterrupted power supply to users. However, Eskom has promised to provide more updates if there’s any significant change to the availability of electricity supply throughout the day.

According to Eskom spokesperson Daphne Mokwena, “Loadshedding will be suspended again from 05:00 until 16:00 on Monday. Eskom will provide an update on Monday afternoon or as soon as any significant changes occur.”

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