Eskom has proposed a progression of duty increments, with the most recent one being 20.5%.
South Africans are as of now hit hard by high fuel costs and expanding expansion.
The chamber said sequential tax increments of around 26%, 20% and 9% north of three years were basically unreasonable for the mining business as well as the country too.
It added that four out of 10 grown-ups were jobless and financial development had slowed down.
The chamber said the increments addressed R279 billion, R335 billion and R365 billion every year, in a three-year time frame.
In its accommodation to energy controller Nersa at formal proceedings into the duty applications, the gathering has cautioned of critical results on the off chance that the increments are given the go-ahead.
Carrying out Eskom's solicitation could seriously influence the energy-escalated areas, which represent 41% of the nation's GDP and 44% of work.
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