JUST IN | City Power removes illegal connection cables worth R10 million .
City of Johannesburg power utility today conducted an operation to cut off illegal connections in Kyasands informal settlement( Gauteng Province ). The area is one of the hotspots of illegal connections which have seen the business and residential customers struggling with daily outages.
One Residents who responded with anger said City power is just wasting time for removing this because within the next 24hours the electricity will be connected back Again.
I can see that everyone who is commenting on the comments below, they are trying to justify this kind of behaviour that was done by the community. According to the report, it shows that illegal connections of electricity have costed government over almost 10 million Rands.
Now this is a justifiable, just because it is done by South Africans. Don't they know that they are also adding to the problems that the country already have. Themselves are helping to destroy the infrastructure of our country yet they think that 90% of their problems are caused by foreigners, which is a lie.
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