Vodacom, MTN, Liquid, Rain, and Telkom's asks to help them deal with load-shedding

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Asking wont do anything. Government will ignore their request.

They need to sue government for the diesel rebate and exemption from contributing to the road accident fund (via diesel purchases) as it is being used to power generators.
 
So are MTN going to reverse their price increases if government grant them that?
I mean loadshedding was the reason they gave for the increases.
 
On the one hand I cannot blame them asking rebates and on the other hand why should they get rebates and not others?
 
On the one hand I cannot blame them asking rebates and on the other hand why should they get rebates and not others?
Anyone not using the diesel for vehicles on the road should get the rebate but I’d say the real problem will be keeping crooks from diverting generator fuel to selling it to road users at huge profit. Just imagine how our crooks will take advantage of that situation but maybe the rebate can be given to verified generator uses based off purchase invoice, the rebate isn’t given at purchase.
 
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