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JOHANNESBURG - Eskom says there will be no load-shedding on Thursday.
The utility says it has made good progress in replenishing emergency services and that several of its units have been successfully returned.
"We remind customers that the system remains vulnerable and that load-shedding can be implemented at short notice if there are any shifts on the system," Eskom said in a statement.
Consumers are being urged to continue to use electricity sparingly.
Eskom has said it'll be load-shedding for the next 18-months as it conducts critical maintenance