Business 23.2.2017 06:27 pm

Nersa confirms 2.2% tariff hike for Eskom

The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber welcomed the decision by Nersa.

On the back of  budget 2017 forcing taxpayers to dig deeper into their pockets, the National Energy Regulator of SA (Nersa) on Thursday confirmed a 2.2% increase in the price of Eskom electricity.

Nersa confirms 2.2% tariff hike for Eskom
Nersa confirms 2.2% tariff hike for Eskom

Nersa confirms 2.2% tariff hike for Eskom

The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber welcomed the decision by Nersa.

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