Most of SA’s underground mines suspended work for a second shift due to uncertainty about electricity supply from Eskom, which is struggling to keep its power plants operational.

On Monday night, SA’s gold, platinum and diamond underground mines were forced to suspend operations because of an unprecedented reduction of 6,000MW by the state-owned power monopoly as technical issues and heavy rain affected its plants...

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