The algorithm to generate the data & .ics files is based on Western Cape schedule areas 1 to 16.
Print the area monthly views for your fridge or noticeboard so you can refer to the risk chart when you planning an event.
The ics calendar files are in south african time, and will convert to the timezone of your calendar app, showing the actual time of the possible outage. So if you are in say Australia, you can see if your friends & family may experience loadshedding.
New to the joys of multiple calendars? Browse more at Google or copy and subscribe to these:
Warning: Do not import a large ics file into your main personal calendar! This will clog it up. Always rather subscribe as then you'll get any updates. If you have accidentally imported, and want to bulk delete, you'll need something like the gcaltoolkit