https://ewn.co.za/2021/09/22/city-power-illegal-connections-have-cost-coj-over-r2bn-in-lost-revenue?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Joburg City Power on Wednesday said that illicit associations had cost the city over R2 billion in lost income. The utility said that the cash might have been put once again into foundation and the city. This follows an activity to eliminate illicit link associations in Alexandra on Tuesday, where around 23 tons of aluminum and copper links worth an expected R27 million were taken out.
GAUTENG - One individual has been killed in Alexandra following fights considering an activity by the City of Johannesburg to remove unlawful force nearby. The dissenter was supposedly shot dead by an Alex Mall safety officer, who has since been captured and accused of homicide. Joburg City Power said it had dispatched its Revenue Protection Service group to Alexandra on Tuesday in a bid to direct an activity removing unlawful force associations on the Riverpark and London Road regions, both in Alexandra.
Johannesburg's City Power has warned Vlakfontein and Phumlamqashi residents, south of Johannesburg, of a fake notice for the installation of electricity meters. In a statement, power utility said the notice, which has a fake City Power letterhead is being used to try and solicit money from unsuspecting residents in exchange for meters. The fraudsters demand a registration fee of 250 rand and a full installation fee of one-thousand 250 rand. City Power spokesperson Isaac Mangena has urged residents to ignore