Johannesburg Executive City Mayor Herman Mashaba directed the city's business community on Thursday that Eskom could not ask South Africans for subsidies for corruption because they questioned the power availability.
SA (Nersa) National Energy Regulator National is requesting information on the proposal for proposals for 15% of the electricity tariff rate. Several sectors of society have indicated that the tariff increase would not be possible, as Eskom said, the financial condition of the entity has forced its hand.
Few rate for this month arguing 15%, Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebek Nersa said the Esko balance had deteriorated over time, at R380bn in early 2018, the debt was more than R419bn.
Mashaba will use the board meeting on Friday to notify the city of Nersa about the delivery of information.
Mashaba said the increase in tariffs for business leaders in Johannesburg would be more justifiable. Eskom tried to stop the money from losing money.
"The problem of school is corruption. If you want to solve the problem, why do not you get rid of the entity's thugs before making money to society?" to steal more money, "said Mashaba.
Mashaba, a prominent and angry businessman, said that there was no detainee, trial or unexpected anyone who was robbed by the hand of the business leadership.
"Eskoth proves that people who have been robbed of Eskek, are being punished, they have been destroyed and we have to continue financing. We have the Asset Capacity Unit, we must prove that these are consequences," said Mashaba.
Mashaba said President Cyril Ramaphosa accepted the appointment of the Eskom Committee, but the president had problems with Eskom for a long time, and he was the chief of government business for many years.
Mashaba said appointing the team's role for the first time that Eskoba had undermined Ramaphosa's committee for posting.