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Robertsham substation fire

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City Power confirm third charred body found at tampered substations

By: Natasha Archary Image credit | Twitter (@CityPowerJHB) City Power have confirmed that a third charred body has been found at another tampered with substation in Johannesburg. This after two other burnt bodies were discovered at substations in Ferndale, Randburg, and Nancefield, in the Lenasia area on Monday, 24 July. The third charred body was recovered on Thursday morning, 27 July at the Central Substation in the inner city. Infrastructure […]

today28/07/2023

contamination of water in Bergbron

NEWS

Contamination of water in Bergbron continues, residents requested not to utilize water

By: Natasha Archary Image: Kyle Cowan Twitter Residents of Bergbron, Johannesburg are requested not to utilize tap water, as contamination in the area continues. This comes days after City Power contractors reportedly hit a sewage pipe while fixing an electric fault in the area, resulting in raw sewage leaking into fresh water pipes. The area, nestled between Florida Glen and Cresta, has been isolated since Friday, 02 June, as teams […]

today12/06/2023

outage calls from customers

NEWS

City Power will no longer respond to outage calls from customers with outstanding bills

By: Natasha Archary Image: Skylar Kang Pexels City Power will no longer respond to outage calls from customers with outstanding bills. The decision comes as the Johannesburg electricity supplier says its battling pressure on the grid amid loadshedding, and low revenue collection targets. This includes customers with non-vending meters, non-paying customers or defaulting customers. City Power is now embarking on a city-wide programme to ensure as many citizens as possible […]

today10/05/2023

cable theft and vandalism

NEWS

13 suspects arrested for 16 incidents of cable theft and vandalism resulting in mass power outages

By: Natasha Archary City Power says 13 suspects have been arrested for 16 incidents of cable theft and vandalism which has resulted in mass power outages in a number of areas across the city. On Monday, 20 February, the Johannesburg service provider said parts of the city, particularly Joburg south which was plunged into darkness for days on end. This was due to cable theft which involved underground copper cables, […]

today20/02/2023

Stage 3

NEWS

Roodepoort outage: 32 hours without power

By: Natasha Archary It's now 32-hours that residents of Roodepoort have gone without power, as City Power claims vandalism and cable theft at the Florida North substation is the reason. Residents in Bergbron, Delarey, Florida, Maraisburg, Industria North, Whiteridge, and Northcliff Ext.9 have gone without power from midnight on 26 October. On Thursday, City Power updated residents at noon that material for the repairs were ordered and repairs would commence […]

today28/10/2022

botswana offers mzansi electricity

NEWS

City power has started exempting some hospitals from load-shedding

By Zuko Komisa Certain hospitals and clinics in the City of Johannesburg will be exempt from the country's load-shedding thanks to City Power. Due to the difficulties that some healthcare facilities encounter as a result of power outages, they will now be excluded. Only roughly 10 of the municipality's more than 130 health facilities can be exempted. Also Read: Zingiswa Losi re-elected as the COSATU president for a second term […]

today30/09/2022

7.4%

NEWS

Johannesburg residents to fork out 7.4% more for electricity

By: Natasha Archary Johannesburg residents will have to dig deeper into their pockets as City Power implements a 7.4% price hike on electricity. The new tariff will be put into immediate effect for July after the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) approved the increase. City Power initially proposed a 9.61% average increase but after consideration of the current economic conditions, a revision was proposed. In a statement City […]

today05/07/2022

mass outages

NEWS

City Power struggles to keep lights on post loadshedding with mass outages

By: Natasha Archary For a third consecutive day frustrated Johannesburg residents have gone without power for hours post loadshedding. This as City Power claim the regional infrastructure is showing strain as the system overloads, leading to mass outages. Angry residents in northern suburbs especially have been hit the hardest, with an outage in Roodepoort and surrounding areas going on since Sunday morning. Over the weekend City Power shared that Stage […]

today29/06/2022

Candles

NEWS

City Power on blast as angry residents without power for over 16-hours

By: Natasha Archary Disgruntled residents from various parts of Johannesburg have put City Power on blast, as they go hours without power. Residents from Northcliff, Bergbron, parts of Randburg, Roosevelt Park and surrounding areas have been without power from 03h00 on Sunday, 26 June. Issuing the communication below, City Power told residents power had been fully restored to Bergbron, Discovery, Florida Glen, Maraisburg, Roodepoort and surrounding areas. However, this was […]

today27/06/2022

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