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Here Is Why Electricity Vandalism Is Damaging The Economy

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The condition of power foundation has come into center after various occurrences, for example, one in Langa at the end of the week where framework was impacted by fire harm, and one more in Wallacedene where the electrical hardware expected to keep the sewer siphon station working was burnt.


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In the mean time, last month at a gathering between the George Municipality and its electro-specialized administrations board of trustees, it was uncovered that 1 085 unlawful power associations were taken out in February alone.


Mayco part for energy Beverley van Reenen said: "There has been a spike in defacing of the City of Cape Town's power framework lately."


She said the City had planned for a critical lift in its endeavors to control the defacing.The post has been circulating on the Facebook social media platform which serves the purpose of informing the public about the daily news happening both locally and globally all over the world.

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