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Johannesburg - Eskom has been given the green light to pursue up to R60bn in clawback tariffs.

On Tuesday, the Constitutional Court dismissed an application to set aside the power utility's regulatory clearing account (RCA) adjustments, clearing the way for Eskom to recover a potential R60bn through tariffs in the next year.

RCA adjustments deal with funds that Eskom needs to recover due to a shortfall in electricity losses or a escalation in operating costs, through possible tariff hikes.

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