Electricity, the one word that makes your stomach turn when you open your utility bill.
Residents of eMalahleni are up in arms over the state of the local Post Office Post-boxes stationed in Gordon, Springbok and Choir streets.
The power utility’s agreement with Emalahleni is based on a cession by the municipality to Eskom of R250-million from the proceeds of the sale of a prime piece of land.
Some residents of Hostel 1 in Thushanang are complaining after an advert appeared in the Witbank News.
Mr Kingdom Mabuza, municipal spokesperson said that the call centre at the municipality has been completed
“Please note that the licensing offices will be closed on March 6 until further notice…” This notice was put up just after the news of the Traffic Officials that was arrested in connection with fraud and corruption. The notice on the Department of Transport gate on Monday March 6. After the fed up residents of…
“It has been about a month now and we are stuck with this problem. We have tried all channels but no one has got back to us yet.”
The utility giant said its supply license as granted by the National Electricity Regulator of South Africa precludes it from supplying customers
A call centre is opening soon at the municipality
Mpumalanga Premier demanded sustainable long-term solutions in paying the overdue Eskom debt.
Residents were surprised to see their municipal accounts were far higher than expected and there is a good reason behind it.