It's been said that the "E" in "South Africa" stands for "Electricity". And while we as ordinary citizens can't do much to solve the national energy crisis, there are ways that we can reduce the impact it has on our lives.
- It's crucial to know exactly when your load shedding slots start and end. Click here to find out where you can get your schedule.
- If you invest in the right equipment - such as backup power - you can continue to operate even during load shedding - without paying a high cost for alternate mechanisms. Follow this link to learn about your options.
- When it comes to electronics, you'll need to consider what to do before, during, and after your load shedding slot. Click here to find out how to manage your electronic equipment in times of load shedding.
- Sometimes, there's just no choice but to go without electricity. Follow this link for some ideas on planning ahead for offline work.
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