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'We are not coping already': Cape Town residents up in arms over latest tariff and rate hikes

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Cape Town Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis
Cape Town Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis
PHOTO: Brenton Geach/Gallo Images

There is growing outrage following the City of Cape Town's proposal to increase tariffs and property rates.

The City tabled its 2022/23 draft budget on Thursday last week. The budget is set to undergo public participation for a month. 

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