Eskom “stages”

Dis belangrik dat daar gefokus word op 1.  veiligheid van elkeen in jou  huis, omgewing , besighede en 2.  probeer  pogings aanwend om totaal en al van onafhanklik te wees van Eskom wat die monopolie uitvoer in die land.  Verkry ander middele om te oorleef, soos gas (stoof, waterwaterstelsel), son energie of selfs wind, waar dit moontlik is en steun volkseie besighede.  Misdaad gaan nie minder word nie, die regering en hul agente verkry 15% VAT uit alle misdaad en sekuriteit/veiligheid.

FILE: President Cyril Ramaphosa and Deputy President David Mabuza. Picture: Abigail Javier/EWN.

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Dit gaan al vir jare so aan en is net in eie belang dat daarop gefokus word soos reeds uitgespel.  Moenie onverwags oorval word nie.   Die regering voel vir ons publiek maar net mooi minder as niks.

Eskom word volgens mening niks anders gevange gehou (capture) deur die elites wat dit eerstens wil ontbondel vir eie gebruik en tweedens word Suid-Afrika se bewoners en betalers se geld aangewend, wat miljoene rande beloop en word ons nie gereken as belangrik genoeg geag nie.

Daar was nooit beurtkrag voor 1994 nie.

BELANGRIK – Daar is genoem daar was nooit onderhoud gedoen nie, dus, saboteer Eskom se werkers en die regering ons belastingbetalers en is diegene wat so baie betaal is, deur ons onderhou as belastingbetalers?

Alles om te ontbondel?

Daar is nes op ander plekke groot hoeveelhede korrupsie aan die gang – alle SOE’s is bankrot.   HOP huise val uitmekaar uit.   En pensioenarisse word besteel van die bietjie inkomste wat hulle het, sowel die gesondheidsdiens waarop die regering smag om te besit.

Hoekom vlieg die elites landuit en vlug met hul besighede?   Mugabe het dit ook gedoen – ou truuk in die boek.  Selfs as hul kamma siek is na Kuba toe.

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Eskom and mines

Zambia – Zimbabwe – Mozambique – Eskom

Escom power to Africa and South Africa

Eskom – COAL problems

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What happened with all the “maintenance financing the past 25 years”?  – if maintenance was done, this loadshedding was not implemented or the mines were still operated.   Why did you pay management millions of rand for nothing – they must pay back those money and what about the corruption the past 25 years?    We do not believe any of Eskom’s stories or those of government, gordhan, mabuza or ramapadda.

Why did Eskom pay so much salaries and bonuses?

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Following Eskom’s announcement that the power utility would be implementing stage 6 load shedding, DA interim leader John Steenhuisen urged President Ramaphosa to return to the country urgently. Ramaphosa is in Egypt for the inaugural session of the Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development.

 

“They must plan maintenance and reduce unplanned disruptions.”

Mabuza said tough decisions would be taken to sort out the mess at Eskom and other state-owned enterprises.

“Some of the decisions we’re going to take are going to be very unpopular decisions in order to fix these state-owned enterprises.”

He was speaking at the South African Communist Party’s special national congress.

Ramaphosa on Tuesday said he didn’t know about Eskom’s implementation of stage 6 load shedding when he left the country. 

Ramaphosa on load shedding: If you don’t pay, you’re part of the problem – start at those then !  SOWETO
https://www.fin24.com/Economy/Eskom/ramaphosa-on-load-shedding-if-you-dont-pay-youre-part-of-the-problem-20191021

 

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LIES

The Presidency said Ramaphosa decided to return home earlier than planned to “deal with domestic priorities” including the electricity crisis and the floods in parts of the country.   But many have been asking why the president left in the first place if he knew about the implementation of stage 6 load shedding.

His spokesperson Khusela Diko said he didn’t know: “He had received an update on the stage 6 load shedding that had been announced by Eskom after departing South Africa. The president will receive a full briefing on measures that are going to be taken to mitigate the current electricity crisis.”

PROGRESS MADE

MORE LIES

Eskom on Tuesday said it had made progress in recovering from localised flooding at its power stations.     The cash-strapped entity has been battling to keep the lights on since last week, citing wet coal and a constrained power grid.

https://ewn.co.za/2019/12/11/mabuza-eskom-must-provide-clear-plan-to-deal-with-rolling-blackouts

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Eskom Media Briefing, 11 December 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xllla_59c8E

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http://www.eskom.co.za/news/Pages/default.aspx#Mstatements

A shift to Stage 2 rotational loadshedding until 23h00 on Wednesday, as system recovery makes progress

Tuesday, 10 December 2019: Eskom is currently implementing Stage 2 rotational loadshedding which will continue until 23h00 on Wednesday. Loadshedding will be required overnight to manage our emergency diesel and pumped storage reserves. Eskom will communicate if there is a change in the system.
We have made good progress in the recovery from localised flooding at our power stations and have returned several power station units as scheduled. As a result we have reduced the loadshedding stages earlier than scheduled on the hour from 20h00 (Stage 4 to stage 3 to stage 2) today as a safe and controlled way to keep the system in balance.   The probability for loadshedding remains high for the rest of the week.
The Emergency Response Command Centre continues to monitor the situation and the focus is to reduce unplanned breakdowns to below 9 500MW to enable us to minimise and to stop loadshedding in the following week.
We remind customers that loadshedding regardless of the stage, is no cause for alarm as the system is being effectively controlled. Loadshedding is a responsible act and highly controlled process, implemented to protect the country from a national blackout.
We continue to ask customers to reduce demand as a concerted collective effort can help to avoid or lessen the level of loadshedding. As we are experiencing rainy and cooler weather conditions in some parts of the country, we ask that you use efficient heating to keep warm and switch off your geysers over peak periods.
 
We will keep South Africans informed about the status of the electricity system and our recovery efforts throughout this period.
 
Eskom customers can check their loadshedding schedules on the Eskom website (http://loadshedding.eskom.co.za) or through the customer contact centre on 0860037566.
 
We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience during this difficult period.

http://www.eskom.co.za/news/Pages/2019Dec10B.aspx

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Eskom is currently implementing Stage 4 rotational loadshedding until 23:00 tonight

Tuesday, 10 December 2019: As communicated in the power alert issued last night, Eskom is implementing Stage 4 rotational loadshedding until 23:00 tonight as a result of shortage of capacity with a number of generating units still out of service due to breakdowns. Eskom will communicate if there is a change in the system during the day.
While progress has been made with coal handling at Medupi Power Station, breakdowns are at 15 200MW as at 05:43 today. The incessant rains continue to impact coal handling and operations at our power stations. The probability for loadshedding remains high for the rest of the week.
The Emergency Response Command Centre continues to monitor the situation and the focus is to reduce unplanned breakdowns to below 9 500MW to enable us to minimise and to stop loadshedding in the following week.
We remind customers that loadshedding at Stage 4 is no cause for alarm as the system is being effectively controlled. Loadshedding is a responsible act and highly controlled process, implemented to protect the country from a national blackout. During Stage 4, 4000MW is rotationally loadshed nationally at a given period. Even during this stage, approximately 80% of the country’s demand is still being met.
We continue to ask customers to reduce demand as a concerted collective effort can help to avoid or lessen the level of loadshedding. As we are experiencing rainy and cooler weather conditions in some parts of the country, we ask that you use efficient heating to keep warm and switch off your geysers over peak periods.
 
We will keep South Africans informed about the status of the electricity system and our recovery efforts throughout this period.
 
Eskom customers can check their loadshedding schedules on the Eskom website (http://loadshedding.eskom.co.za ) or through the customer contact centre on 0860037566.


We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience during this difficult period.http://www.eskom.co.za/news/Pages/2019Dec10.aspx*

Eskom is currently implementing Stage 2 rotational loadshedding until 23:00 tonight

Wednesday, 11 December 2019: As communicated in the power alert issued last night, Eskom is implementing Stage 2 rotational loadshedding until 23:00 tonight as a result of a shortage of capacity. Eskom will communicate if there is a change in the system during the day.
Loadshedding has been reduced to stage 2 as we have made good progress in the system recovery largely as a result of several units being returned to service and the recovery from localised flooding at our power stations. Breakdowns (UCLF) are at 13 302MW as at 04:36 this morning. We continue to use diesel for our open cycle gas turbines and water at pumped storage schemes to supplement capacity.
 
As the generating plant continues to perform at low levels of reliability, any unexpected shift such as an increase in unplanned breakdowns could result in a change in the loadshedding stage at short notice. The probability for loadshedding remains high for the rest of the week.  The Emergency Response Command Centre continues to monitor the situation and the focus is to reduce unplanned breakdowns to below 9 500MW to enable us to minimise and to stop loadshedding in the following week.
We remind customers that loadshedding regardless of the stage, is no cause for alarm as the system is being effectively controlled. Loadshedding is a responsible act and highly controlled process, implemented to protect the country from a national blackout.
We continue to ask customers to reduce demand as a concerted collective effort can help to avoid or lessen the level of loadshedding. As we are experiencing rainy and cooler weather conditions in some parts of the country, we ask that you use efficient heating to keep warm and switch off your geysers over peak periods.
 
We will keep South Africans informed about the status of the electricity system and our recovery efforts throughout this period.
 
Eskom customers can check their loadshedding schedules on the Eskom website (http://loadshedding.eskom.co.za) or through the customer contact centre on 0860037566.
 

We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience during this difficult period.

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