The Tshwane metro may have been too aggressive in its response to alleged unpaid electricity fees by a plastics manufacturer, in the city’s ongoing bid to recoup missing billions it says it is owed by residents.

The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) recently upheld an interdict against Tshwane preventing it from cutting off electricity to plastics manufacturer Glofurn, because the city had not followed proper protocols. ..

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