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Gloomy outlook after four days of blackouts

The Times reports that the current power crisis will plunge some suburbs into darkness for an excess of 50 hours this week and the prognosis is bleak well into the new year. This comes on the back of a string of problems that have rocked Eskom over the past nine months, including the silo that collapsed at Majuba, a diesel shortage two weeks ago and wet coal in March.

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