Help us keep the lights on in Msunduzi!

Sign the petition calling for immediate action to be taken to end the constant blackouts in Msunduzi municipality. Enough is enough! Residents and businesses across the City are subjected to crippling electricity outages on a weekly basis.

We, the residents of Msunduzi call for the following immediate action to fix the situation:

  • That the Parliamentary Portfolio Committees on COGTA, Energy and Public Enterprises investigate the electricity crisis within the municipality.
  • That the city in their budget prioritizes or sets aside funds for maintenance and aged infrastructure.
  • That the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) conduct an immediate forensic audit of the City’s Department in order to determine whether the municipality has transgressed any of its license requirements.
  • That all vacant posts within the Electricity Department be filled immediately.
  • That all electricians and technicians be immediately provided “tools of trade” so that they can provide a service to the residents of Msunduzi.
  • That Eskom, insofar as it is responsible for the supply and maintenance of electricity to the metro, fulfils its obligations fully and timeously.

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Sign the petition calling for immediate action to be taken to end the constant blackouts in Msunduzi municipality. Enough is enough! Residents and businesses across the City are subjected to crippling electricity outages on a weekly basis.

We, the residents of Msunduzi call for the following immediate action to fix the situation:

  • That the Parliamentary Portfolio Committees on COGTA, Energy and Public Enterprises investigate the electricity crisis within the municipality.
  • That the city in their budget prioritizes or sets aside funds for maintenance and aged infrastructure.
  • That the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) conduct an immediate forensic audit of the City’s Department in order to determine whether the municipality has transgressed any of its license requirements.
  • That all vacant posts within the Electricity Department be filled immediately.
  • That all electricians and technicians be immediately provided “tools of trade” so that they can provide a service to the residents of Msunduzi.
  • That Eskom, insofar as it is responsible for the supply and maintenance of electricity to the metro, fulfils its obligations fully and timeously.