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* Additional areas may be without power due to the tripping of distributors. Visit the website of your municipality or follow them on Twitter for the latest information. The schedules below are the latest supplied by municipalities (click on the images to open in full)

Cape Town

* Follow the City of Cape Town's Twitter feed here for the latest information. 

* Visit the load shedding website of the City of Cape Town here. At times Cape Town may be at a lower load shedding stage than the rest of the country due to generation capacity from the Steenbras Dam. 

Johannesburg

* Visit City Power's website here for the latest information and to find which suburbs correspond to which blocks. 

* Follow City Power's Twitter feed here for information about additional areas that may be without power. 

Durban

* Access the Twitter feed of the eThekwini Municipality here.

* Visit the load shedding page of the eThekwini Municipality here

Nelson Mandela Bay

* View the municipality's Twitter feed here

* Access Nelson Mandela Bay's load shedding website here

Polokwane stages 1 & 2

* Visit Polokwane's load shedding website here.

Polokwane stages 3 & 4

Polokwane stages 5 & 6

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