Up to 50% off for Izinyoka coming clean

If you are still stealing electricity – stop now and come clean. That will save you electricity cut off and 50% discount on penalties. Eskom, the power utility continues with the steady fight against electricity theft and non-payment by rolling out its Customer Incentive Campaign in the North West from until end of March. Prepaid customers in the hot-spot areas of Limpopo, Free State, and Eastern Cape are the second phase of customers to receive Eskom’s Customer Incentive Campaign, after

customers in Mpumalanga received the offer as a pilot project. North West and KwaZulu-Natal follow with the campaign offering a 50% discount off the tamper fine to prepaid customers who have tampered and by passed their electricity meters, who connected
electricity in any irregular manner and who used illegal prepaid vouchers instead of buying valid electricity vouchers. The customers who come clean and restore their legal status will
have an opportunity to have their electricity supply normalised without having to pay the full tamper fine and the reconnection fee.
According to Eskom North West’s General Manager, Azwimbavhi Mamanyuha, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West, Eastern Cape, and the Free State are among
the provinces where the national power utility experiences has the highest energy and revenue losses. “The other ‘hot-spot’ province is Gauteng, which is also earmarked for the introduction of the Customer Incentive Campaign,” he said.
“However, this does not mean that other provinces are excluded. We are prioritising the
hot-spot provinces first with the view of covering the whole country in the coming months,”
he explained.
“The campaign also responds to customer demands, which means that where there is a
high demand from customers for the introduction of the Customer Incentive Campaign,
that is where we are likely to launch first,” Mamanyuha added.
Up to 50% off for Izinyoka coming clean
If you are still stealing electricity – stop now and come clean. That will save you electricity cut off and 50% discount on penalties. Eskom, the power utility continues with the steady fight against electricity theft and non-payment by rolling out its Customer Incentive Campaign in the North West from until end of March. Prepaid customers in the hot-spot areas of Limpopo, Free State, and Eastern Cape are the second phase of customers to receive Eskom’s Customer Incentive Campaign, after
customers in Mpumalanga received the offer as a pilot project. North West and KwaZulu-Natal follow with the campaign offering a 50% discount off the tamper fine to prepaid customers who have tampered and by passed their electricity meters, who connected
electricity in any irregular manner and who used illegal prepaid vouchers instead of buying valid electricity vouchers. The customers who come clean and restore their legal status will
have an opportunity to have their electricity supply normalised without having to pay the full tamper fine and the reconnection fee.
According to Eskom North West’s General Manager, Azwimbavhi Mamanyuha, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West, Eastern Cape, and the Free State are among
the provinces where the national power utility experiences has the highest energy and revenue losses. “The other ‘hot-spot’ province is Gauteng, which is also earmarked for the introduction of the Customer Incentive Campaign,” he said.
“However, this does not mean that other provinces are excluded. We are prioritising the
hot-spot provinces first with the view of covering the whole country in the coming months,”
he explained.
“The campaign also responds to customer demands, which means that where there is a
high demand from customers for the introduction of the Customer Incentive Campaign,
that is where we are likely to launch first,” Mamanyuha added.
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