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Eskom collects R39m more in Soweto on prepaid meters

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There will be no load shedding in SA this winter.
There will be no load shedding in SA this winter.

Cape Town - Eskom said on Tuesday it has already seen a R39m improvement in revenue collection in Soweto over a year-long period after it installed and converted customers to split prepaid meters.

The figure is cumulative from the 2014/15 financial year up to 30 June 2016.

The culture of non-payment in Soweto has been a huge challenge for Eskom.

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