- Aug 15, 2014
Out of 12 billions of exports (in 2017), it’s much better than their South African recovery rate (and I’m sure they still profit from it even with the debt scraped off).
ok but that isn't the point. Between international debt and local debt (both of which I referenced) ESKOM's plan seems to be charge the few who do pay more, to cover the debt of those don't pay, both at home and abroad. Dunno about you, but I'm a bit gatvol with being regarded as a cash cow by all and sundry in SA.
Between ESKOM, the national government's increases and municipal increases, one is left feeling like a stone being squeezed dry.