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Pay back the money! Meet the bright sparks behind the City of Tshwane’s debt collection campaign

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Khutsadzo Makhavhu and Katlego Mokgele are the dynamic duo who run the Tshwane metro’s Twitter account. (PHOTO: Fani Mahuntsi)
Khutsadzo Makhavhu and Katlego Mokgele are the dynamic duo who run the Tshwane metro’s Twitter account. (PHOTO: Fani Mahuntsi)

The City of Tshwane is continuing to name and shame those with outstanding utility debt, one tweet at a time.

The municipality has made headlines in recent weeks for cutting electricity supply to non-payers in a campaign called #TshwaneYaTima (Tshwane Turns Off).

It seems no one is being spared. National government departments, police stations, Sars, fancy hotels and even churches that have defaulted payments have all been put on blast.

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