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SCROLL DOWN TO TAKE ACTION. Government has indicated use of private pension funds to bailout Eskom – which is failing due to corruption.

Load shedding is no coincidence and Eskom has stated it is “entitled to a 90% increase”. It is time to fight this now. We need 500,000 signatures to support legal action to protect private pension funds and forensic investigation to prove tariffs can be immediately halved.

85002 have signed so far.

HAVE YOUR SAY NOW

Do you support our legal action to protect private pension funds? (summary below)
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Would you support a forensic investigation to reveal corruption and prove tariffs can be halved? (summary below)
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SUMMARY 

This is what the ” man in the street was up against ” Eskom & EIUG ganged up against the public to push up public tariffs as acknowledged by disclosure of former Head of EIUG (Energy Intensive User Group – the powerful lobby of large energy users who mostly get discounted electricity tariffs). If I get support from 500 000 Consumers, I am in for the fight – otherwise, I am wasting my time & effort as a lone wolf against a Goliath and withdraw from campaigns against Corruption & Inefficiency that I have been fighting for past 11 years. – Ted Blom

I am gobsmacked by a certain Former Eskom & EUIG executive’s article in the press, that he nows realises that fighting for higher Eskom tariffs was incorrect- and that he now stands ready to fix Eskom? – more so since I was publically criticised for my stance that Eskom tariffs needed to be halved to stamp out corruption & inefficiency?

Bottom line is Government now wants to steal your & my pension funds to prop up the ongoing corruption at Eskom.

I am happy to lead a petition against this and opening a full forensic on Eskom if I get enough support.