Metro coffers hit by insufficient electricity purchases


From a money-spinner to a drain on the coffers — that was how Nelson Mandela Bay municipality CFO Selwyn Thys described the city’s electricity services department on Tuesday.

Thys made the comment during his presentation of the R13.4bn consolidated 2020/2021 adjustment budget at a joint sitting of the budget and treasury committee and mayoral committee...

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