Residents have to pay a prescribed fee, for the provision of municipal services, which include refuse collection.
All residential properties under the R300 000 threshold will be exempted from paying rates in the City of Johannesburg…
The City of Joburg will implement the new tariffs for key services, namely, electricity, water, property rates, refuse and sanitation.
Do you live in the City of Johannesburg? Here’s how much you’ll be paying for water and electricity from July.
City of Tshwane residents can expect an increase in their utility bills as a massive price hike for water and electricity is on the cards.
Earlier this year, NERSA approved Eskom’s application for a hefty tariff hike which came into effect on 1 April.
The City of Cape Town says its residents will not be paying as much as the rest of the country as the electricity hike comes into effect.
Despite being subjected to various stages of rolling blackouts South Africans will now pay more for electricity from 1 April.
City of Johannesburg believes residents across the City will regrettably be forced to pay for years of political negligence and corruption
Despite being plunged into darkness South Africans might find themselves paying more for electricity if NERSA approves Eskom’s application.
Residents in Johannesburg and Tshwane are now paying more for water and electricity as tariffs have increased from the beginning of July.
Residents in the City of Johannesburg Municipality will now pay more for services as tariffs will increase from July 2022.
The City of Tshwane has proposed a 7,47% tariff increase for electricity which will start in July. Water, rates and refuse will increase too.
Nersa is reportedly not allowing public participation in its proposed municipal tariff increases and the DA is far from impressed.
South Africans will fork out more for electricity from now on due to a 9.6% tariff hike. The Soweto Action Committee says this is anti-poor.
Eskom customers will be forking out a lot more from Friday, 1 April 2022 as the electricity tariff hike comes into effect.
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has approved a 9.6% tariff increase for Eskom. What does this mean for the consumer?