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Naledi
No I do not
We cant pay for thr money you stole, you must pay it back pay bacj the money,
Adriaan
No I do not
Having embezzled, stolen and purloined the fiscus into bancrupcy, without any consequences, the ANC now want us to cough up more of our after tax money to enable the looters to maintain their lavish lifestyles
Susie
No I do not
They want us to pay for there mistakes and the corruption
Alistair
No I do not
Increases caused by corruption
Caroline
No I do not
The mismanagement of Eskom should not punish the users but rather those working for Eskom who are responsible.
Lee-Ann
No I do not
I find it unfair that some of us have to continually pay for increases in the electricity provision while there are people who do not have to pay at all. Everyone should have to make a contribution, even if it differes in amount.
Judi
No I do not
Just had an increase! How much more before we go off grid!
Shaik Abdool
No I do not
It's totally Unacceptable
Akoob Ismail
No I do not
not justified ordinary man in street just cannot afford these high costs
George
No I do not
If Eskom is managed properly, they do not need this increase. The increase is only to fund all the corruption that took place. I am an Eskom pensioner. In my days Eskom was managed properly and we did not need such inceases.
Chris
Yes I do
These escalations are driven by corruption not need.
Darral
No I do not
No us pensioners cannot cope please help us
Michelle
No I do not
It's just unaffordable
Violetta
No I do not
The increase are not related to the inflation rate and is due to the inefficiency and corrupt practices within Eskom. The customer should not be forced to contribute to these corrupt practice and inefficiency
We cannot be responsible for ESkoms poor judgment and loss.
Sonette
No I do not
You go Ted!
Desmund
No I do not
I worked in Eskom for 2 decades and first hand saw the extreme wastage of our money. It cannot continue. If Eskom is willing to cut the necessary jobs and employ the skills they actually need the tariffs can be more than halved. as well as the staffing compliment. When I started at Koeberg we had 800 staff and Eskom wanted it cut to 500. Now there are more than 2400 permanent staff on site. Eskom should not be the countries employment hub.
Craig
No I do not
Millions has been paid to them to bail thembout of there financial struggle but it was all done in vain we should not have to pay them for there own incompetence and obvious corruption
Ann
No I do not
Already been allocated 30%.inctease from July. Escom's demise is due to plundering of funds & bad management. It is wrong to expect the power users who are already overstretched to have to pay this exorbitant increase for electricity.
Alton
No I do not
There is no excuse for incompetence. Employ intelligent, competent and properly qualified professionals who know how to successfully manage an organization. Stop wasting our money on IDIOTS salaries. Turn Eskom into a success NOW.
Mahandren
No I do not
The increase are not related to the inflation rate and is due to the inefficiency and corrupt practices within Eskom. The customer should not be forced to contribute to these corrupt practice and inefficiency
Trevor
No I do not
We cannot be responsible for ESkoms poor judgment and loss.
Naresh kumar
No I do not
They must justify why the overpay for services, big salaries for incompetent people,international coal price when coal is local.why must we pay for their mistakes.why do they allow certain municipalities accounts to run to millions of rands without collection.
Why must we who pay for our services now go over and above to subsidise non payers.they must get their house in order before they approach nersa..
Maybe we need to organise a country wide protest
Jerome
No I do not
Ridiculous, can't afford it
Mervin
No I do not
Poorly manage and great deal of corruption led to this status
Leon
No I do not
Recover the money stolen and wasted by all previous Eskom managers and officials.

Ted Blom - Kragtariewe - 7 Feb 2019