Twelve Cape Town areas will be without electricity from 28 Feb to 6 March

Twelve areas in the City of Cape Town will be without electricity sometime during the week of Monday, 28 February, as routine maintenance on the electrical infrastructure in the metropolitan carries on.

Maintenance is scheduled for every day of the week from Monday to Saturday, except for Friday,4 March.

CAPE TOWN AREAS AFFECTED BY MAINTENANCE

DATE
AREA
LOCATION AND STREET
START TIME
EXPECTED END TIME

28 February
Hout Bay
Victoria Road, Victoria Dive and surrounds
09:00
16:00

1 March
Marconi Beam
Prime Park
04:00
07:00

1 March
Somerset West
Edelweis, Deutzia, Dianthus, Dombeya and surrounds
08:30
18:00

1 March
Somerset West
Acacia and Edelweis
08:00
18:00

1 March
Newlands
Esme, Glenhof, Kildare and surrounds
09:00
15:00

1 March
Montclaire
Flame, Sissie, Clivia, Crinum and surrounds
08:30
15:00

2 March
Strand
Voortrekker Park, Adshade, West, Haarlem and surrounds
08:30
18:00

2 March
Westridge
Friesland, Jersey, Ayrshire Close, Angus, Guernsey Close, Galloway Close and surrounds
08:30
18:00

2 March
Bellville
Erf 25250 and Erf 26401 Alexandra Street
09:00
16:00

3 March
Strand
Strand Close, Strand Gardens and Vredenhof Street
08:30
18:00

3 March
Westridge
Dorper Way, Karakul Cres and surrounds
08:30
18:00

3 March
Vredehoek
Mill, Upper Mill, Virginia Avenue, Upper Maynard, Vredehoek Avenue, Buitenkant, Myrtle, Solan and surrounds
09:00
15:00

5 March
Epping
Greenville Avenue
08:00
16:00

5 March
Epping
Moody Crescent
08:00
16:00

6 March
Wetton
Plantation, Wetton and surrounds
06:00
14:00

6 March
Wetton
Minos, Sicily, Crete, Meadow, Cyprus and surrounds
06:00
14:00

6 March
Epping
Goodenough Avenue, Bofors Circle and surrounds
08:00
16:00

6 March
Cape Town CBD
Barrack and surrounds
09:00
16:00

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

The City of Cape Town said its routine maintenance of infrastructure is how it is able to ensure that residents have access to a reliable supply of electricity.

Residents are advised to switch off appliances at the wall socket ahead of the maintenance to reduce the potential damage that could be caused by 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 of Cape Town.

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