How has tariff structures affected low income South African households?

ESI-Africa, 19 September, 2014.

A recent Frost and Sullivan report evaluates the effect of electricity tariff increases on South African households, especially lower income households who are having to fork out more each month to keep their lights on. The country’s state utility, Eskom has justified price increases, claiming that South Africa has historically “had some of the lowest tariffs in the world” in comparison to other developing and first world countries…

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