Johannesburg - The risk of rotational load shedding remained high for Tuesday morning, power utility Eskom said.
"The probability of rotational load shedding remains high for [Tuesday] as a result of a shortage of capacity due to a number of generating units still out of service due to breakdowns. The applicable stage of load shedding will be communicated early [on Tuesday] morning," Eskom said on Monday night.
"Customers are reminded to treat all electrical points as live during load shedding."
Eskom implemented Stage 4 load shedding on Monday, which was terminated at 10.11pm.
Stage 1 requires 1000MW, Stage 2 requires 2000MW, Stage 3 requires 3000MW and Stage 4 calls for 4000MW to be rotationally load shed nationally at a given period, the power utility said.