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Ballito is still under loadshedding stage 2

Loadshedding has been reduced to stage 2 as Eskom claims to have made good progress in the system recovery. Largely as the result of several units being returned to service and the recovery of localised flooding at various power stations.

As the generating plant continues to perform at low levels of reliability, any unexpected shift such as an increase in unplanned breakdowns could result in a change in the loadshedding schedule at short notice.

Ballito is currently under loadshedding stage 2.

Loadshedding has been reduced to stage 2 as Eskom claims to have made good progress in the system recovery. Largely as the result of several units being returned to service and the recovery of localised flooding at various power stations.

As the generating plant continues to perform at low levels of reliability, any unexpected shift such as an increase in unplanned breakdowns could result in a change in the loadshedding schedule at short notice.

Rains expected to cause additional delays to the repair of M4 between Isibaya and uMhlanga

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport regrets to inform members of the public that due to the continuous and severe rainfall in the province, the deadline initially set for the repair of M4 between Isibaya and uMhlanga, is expected to be extended.

The initial projection for repairing the road infrastructure damage that was caused by recent floods was five weeks, however after yesterday’s heavy rainfall, the engineers working on-site have requested more time in order for them to assess the extent of the further sustained damage.

A section of this road has been closed since last month after a portion of a side of the road was washed away in a mudslide, which was caused by flash floods that hit most parts of the province.

This road is essential in providing an alternative from the N2 and is a feeder to the King Shaka International Airport and the Dube Trade Port. The Department is, however, doing everything possible to ensure speedy repairs, however, considering the continuous rainfall further delays are anticipated.

After receiving a briefing from engineers this morning, MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Bheki Ntuli, urged members of the public to be patient as the department is doing everything in its power to resolve the challenge facing M4.

“Our professional teams are working around the clock to repair the damage to road infrastructure, however, the continuous rainfall has caused further damage to the already severely affected M4 stretch. This might cause more delays to the projected period of five weeks. Our engineers on-site are conducting further assessments to ascertain the extent of the new damage following yesterday’s heavy rain in Durban. The road will remain closed to traffic for the safety of motorists and we advise them to use alternative roads. As rainfall continues in most parts of the province, we urge motorists to be extra cautious in the slippery and flooded areas,” said Ntuli.

Source – ArriveAlive via TheSouthAfrica



Stage 4 loadshedding schedule

Ballito and surrounding areas are still affected by the regional phase 4 implementation by Eskom. Herewith the loadshedding schedule:

  • Ballito – (Southern Kwadukuza) at 16:00 to 18:30
  • Mandeni – 10:00 to 12:30 and from 18:00 to 20:30
  • Tinley Manor/Zinkwazi – Noon to 2:30 and from 20:00 to 22:30
  • Tongaat – 14:00 to 16:00 and from 22:00 to Midnight

Loadshedding schedules are updated at http://loadshedding.eskom.co.za/

About Ballito

How we see Ballito!

Imagine yourself driving through an established small town where perfect waves provide the backdrop, and an overabundance of flora and fauna that deliver natural beauty is always in view.

This small town is Ballito, situated just 30 kilometres from Durban, on the North Coast shoreline, also known as the Dolphin Coast.  The location of this stunning town is extremely sought after, not only because of the natural beauty which surrounds it, but also because it houses some of the countries most loved and sought after lifestyle estates.

Ballito falls straight under the KwaDukuza municipality and is often discussed as the fastest growing area of Kwa-Zulu Natal. Ballito was established in 1954 as a private township and the area was originally a portion of a sugar cane farm. The word “Ballito” comes from the Spanish word which means “little ball”.

Initially Ballito was known as just a holiday destination, but increasingly more people have decided to make Ballito their permanent home. It is not hard to understand why, considering the spectacular views and the many events and activities available. Ballito offers its residents and holiday makers every convenience from sports to shopping centre to restaurants.

The weather at Ballito perfectly matches the tranquil lifestyle – summer days are warm and winter days are clear and crisp. The rainy season happens mainly in the summer months rather than in winter.

A visit to Ballito promises to be a truly unforgettable experience. Ballito will cater for each member in your family. For the shopaholic in the family, they do not need to go further than into town for all their shopping needs, as Ballito provides many excellent malls to choose from. These shopping malls offer a variety of fine dining experiences and the latest in entertainment facilities.

Sport and Health fans are able to visit the Umhlali and Zimbali Golf Courses.  They offer all golf fanatics the chance to make use of their Golf Course and also enjoy a tasty meal at the clubhouse.

For the nature lovers, the widespread beaches along the coastline offers great walking and running routes, as well as many swimming and surfing spots.

In Ballito, there is no shortage of top schools, making it the perfect place to raise a family and ensure that your children’s education is high on your priority list.

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