Load-shedding now back to stage 1.
ZESA spokesperson Fullard Gwasira told The Chronicle. We have since resolved the issue of the phase two load shedding and that means we have gone back to the normal hours of load shedding.
Zimbabwean consumers will be relieved to know that the intensity of the load shedding has now returned to normal after it had been scaled up in the last few days when power utility Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) had moved to Stage 2. ZESA blamed the intensifying of the load shedding on a fault which had occurred at Hwange Thermal Power Station which appears to have since been rectified.
People should not panic, at the moment we are sticking to the scheduled time table that we have been working with and if something comes up, members of the public will be told.
However, despite Gwasira’s sentiments, please note that the power utility has also said that the load shedding schedule is not fixed and should only be used as a rough guide.
The published load shedding schedule is a guide for planning purposes and is not fixed. If supplies improve on a given day, the shedding will be shorter than stipulated and if supply deteriorates, then shedding will be longer than advertised.
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