National Government, Provincial Governments and Municipalities – 3978 vacancies (e.g. Department of Correctional Services, Gauteng Department of Health, City of Tshwane and many more)
Major, National, Provincial and Municipal Public Entities – 251 vacancies (e.g. Post Office, Transnet, Telkom and many more)
How many hours is Stage 2 load shedding?
Stage 2 load shedding means that up to 2000MW of capacity needs to be shed. Consumers can expect to be shed up to 6 times over a four-day period for two hours at a time, or 6 times over an eight-day period for four hours at a time.
Many electricity networks do not coincide exactly with geographical area boundaries. To overcome this, we have divided them into subsections eg A & B, East & West or North & South.
To find the schedule for your area on this web site (if you are a customer of a Municipality or a Metro):
- Click on the link here
- On the left menu options, click on your province name
- You will be presented with a list of municipalities, click on your municipality
- On the next screen, you will be presented with a list of suburb options, click on the one relevant to you and which will then take you to your schedules
If You Cannot Find Your Schedule On This Site:
If you are an Eskom customer and cannot find your schedule:
- Please either log in to CS Online on the Eskom website www.eskom.co.za or,
- Call the Eskom Contact Centre on 0860037566 / 08600ESKOM to verify your schedule. You can use your Eskom Account or Meter Number to find your schedule.
- Download the MyEskom App which now provides the ability to search for an Eskom schedule using Eskom Account Number, Eskom Meter Number, Address or Geolocation, plus a number of other value added functions.
If you are not an Eskom customer and cannot find your schedule, please contact your Municipality or Metro.
- The Municipality/Metro schedules are different to the Eskom schedules in design and detail.
- Eskom has established principles for the design of its schedules in order to ensure as much equity and consistency as possible.
- In many cases, Metros/Municipalities have agreed to work according to the same principles, but ultimately Eskom has no control over how the Municipalities/Metros determine their own schedules.