“The Johannesburg Property and Managers Association (JPOMA), which represents R15 billion of private capital invested in more than 60 000 affordable housing units, accommodating in the region of 250 000 inner-city residents who earn between R4 500 and R15 000 a month, said it would fight the city “tooth and nail” to get the R200 availability cost scrapped.”

Read the full article by Anna Cox online: https://www.iol.co.za/the-star/news/joburg-residents-furious-over-possible-prepaid-electricity-hike-of-up-to-75-48954753