Public Hearings on SA Energy Price Hike

South Africa's main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, has presented the first of its submissions to the National Energy Regulator, ahead of public hearings, explaining why Eskom's 16% electricity price hike application should be rejected.

Beaufort West, Western Cape province: Electricity pylons.

  • South Africa:  National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) Public Hearings

    South African Government, 15 January 2013

    The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) will be holding public hearings on the current Eskom application for electricity tariff increases. These public hearings ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Six Reasons Why Numsa Opposes Eskom's Application for a 16 Percent Electricity Tariff Increase

    Congress of South African Trade Unions, 13 January 2013

    Starting from next week Tuesday 15 January, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa(Numsa) will take to the streets in protest against Eskom's application for an average ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Deadline Looms for Comments On Eskom Tariff Request, 14 December 2012

    Members of the public wishing to register to attend public hearings into Eskom's 16% tariff increase to the National Energy Regulator have until 4 January to do so. read more »

  • South Africa:  Have Your Say On Eskom's Increases, 5 December 2012

    Public meetings will be held in South Africa next month to engage the public and measure reaction to Eskom's application to hike electricity prices by 16 percent per annum over the ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Eskom Cannot Be Allowed to Kill Consumers

    Democratic Alliance, 23 November 2012

    On Thursday I met with Mr Thembani Bukula of the National Energy Regulator (Nersa) to present the DA's position that Eskom's price-hike application of 16% per annum for the next ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Eskom Tariff Request Is a Necessity - Gigaba, 13 November 2012

    Eskom's request for a 16% tariff increase from the National Energy Regulator of SA (Nersa) was a necessity, said Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba on Tuesday. read more »