The image below is Eskom’s monthly load shedding schedule for Port Alfred. It applies to every month, so the schedule on 10 September will be the same as 10 October and so on.
Stage 6 was selected for this example (let’s hope it doesn’t get that bad) but each stage is marked at what it is and is inclusive of every lower stage. So if we are at Stage 4 load shedding at any given time, we will be off during the times indicated by the squares numbered 1,2,3 and 4. If we are at Stage 2, there won’t be load shedding during the times indicated by squares numbered 3 and over.
Does that make sense? Here’s an example: the opening match between France and New Zealand is on 8 September at 9.15pm. Go to day 8 on the schedule and
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