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Eskom Calls on Nation to Use Electricity 'Sparingly'

SOUTH AFRICA
  • Eskom calls on all South Africans to use electricity sparingly, and calls on strikers to consider their responsibilities to the nation and the economic cost of strikes.
  • Goes out of their way to thank workers still attending plants and maintaining operations at current levels.
  • Confirms that wage talks are currently underway and Q&A begins.
  • Pledges to communicate when any developments are made.
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  • Eskom calls on all South Africans to use electricity sparingly, and calls on strikers to consider their responsibilities to the nation and the economic cost of strikes.
  • Goes out of their way to thank workers still attending plants and maintaining operations at current levels.
  • Confirms that wage talks are currently underway and Q&A begins.
  • Pledges to communicate when any developments are made.