"Nersa ensures the public are not bullied by Eskom in tariff hikes"
Eskom had applied to Nersa (National Energy Regulator) for permission to keep certain costs information secret and The organisation Against Tax Abuse (Outa) objected.
Nersa agreed and have, in fact, asked Eskom for even more detailed information.
Outa's Wayne Duvenhage explains why they support the National Energy Regulator's decision to ask Eskom for more information.
Nersa ensures the public are not bullied by Eskom in tariff hikes.Wayne Duvenage, Outa
He says this added level of transparency will highlight Eskom’s transgressions that have been invisible in the past, such as the expensive Gupta coal contracts.
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