Twelve Cape Town areas will be without electricity from 15 to 20 February

Twelve areas in the City of Cape Town will be without electricity between Tuesday, 15 February and Sunday, 20 February, as routine maintenance on the electrical infrastructure in the metropolitan area carries on.

There is maintenance scheduled for every day of the week from Tuesday onwards – a Valentine’s Day reprieve, perhaps?  

CAPE TOWN AREAS AFFECTED BY MAINTENANCE

DATE
AREA
STREET OR LOCATION
START TIME
EXPECTED END TIME

15 February
Parow
Giel substation
08:00
14:00

15 February
Gordon’s Bay
St Andrews Drive
08:30
18:00

15 February
Westridge, Mitchells Plain
Dune Park, Silvermyn, Kwekerweg and vicinity
08:30
18:00

15 February
Hout Bay
Victoria road and vicinity
09:00
16:00

16 February
Kommetjie
Imhoff Farm
08:00
16:00

16 February
Gordan’s Bay
St Andrews Drive
08:30
18:00

16 February
Rocklands, Mitchells Plain
Catalina, Bristo, Mitchell, Caproni, Lynsander, Gruman, Liberator, Hampden Beuagfigter, Wellesley and Gafeesas
08:30
18:00

16 February
Southfield
De Waal , Malgas, Hobhouse and vicinity
09:00
16:00

17 February
Somerset West 8
Struben, Bridgewater, Elizabeth Park, Somerset Park,West Brooke and Bona Court
08:00
18:00

17 February
Sun Valley
Wireless, Bokramspruit, King Fisher, Imhoff Park, Klein Slangkop and Orca
08:00
16:00

17 February
Strandfontein
Dolphin, Cutter, Barque, Marlin, Dageraad, Dinghie and Steamboat
08:00
18:00

18 February
Hout Bay
Blackwood, North Oak and vicinity
09:00
16:00

19 February
Epping
Christian and Fitzmaurice
08:00
16:00

19 February
Epping
Metboard, Elliot Circle, Fitzmaurice and Ikhwezi
08:00
16:00

20 February
Newlands
Mariendal, Mariendal, Campground and Mona Cres
06:00
14:00

20 February
Epping 12
Dacres and Christian 
08:00
16:00

20 February
Parow
Millennium Park to Stellenberg
08:00
14:00

The information in the table above was correct at the time of publication.

The City of Cape Town advised residents to switch off appliances at the wall ahead of the outage to reduce any potential damage from power surges.

“The supply could be restored at any time, therefore residents should remember to treat all electrical installations as live for the full duration of the interruption,” said the City in previous statements.

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