Illegal electricity

2019-03-14 06:00
Kouga Municipality will be setting aside some of its own income to power up areas where illegal electricity is an ongoing challenge. Executive Mayor Horatio Hendricks said regular operations were held to remove illegal electricity connections but that this was not an effective solution. The municipality will be setting aside some of its own income in the new financial year to electrify hot spots at Jeffreys Bay, Humansdorp and St Francis Bay.        Photo:SUPPLIED

Kouga Municipality will be setting aside some of its own income to power up areas where illegal electricity is an ongoing challenge. Executive Mayor Horatio Hendricks said regular operations were held to remove illegal electricity connections but that this was not an effective solution. The municipality will be setting aside some of its own income in the new financial year to electrify hot spots at Jeffreys Bay, Humansdorp and St Francis Bay. Photo:SUPPLIED

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