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City Power on debt recovery drive

The City of Johannesburg’s power utility, City Power, which is owed close to R5 billion by residents and businesses, has embarked on an aggressive drive to collect outstanding debt from big corporates, government departments and citizens.

Over 37 000 accounts are in default with City Power. Among them are 480 large power users such as manufacturing and mines; over 10 400 businesses and 104 Government departments, including schools, hospitals, some essential services, and departmental offices; and more than 26 600 outstanding residential accounts.


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