The Electricity Regulation Amendment Bill is likely to cross its final parliamentary hurdle on Thursday when the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) meets for its final plenary session before the sixth parliament rises ahead of the general elections at month’s end.

Less than a year after the bill, which will reshape the electricity market, was introduced in parliament by the minister of mineral resources & energy, provincial delegations will vote on it before the bill goes to the president to be signed into law...

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