Cape Town electricity tariffs increased by 9.5% from midnight.
The City of Cape Town says the tariff increases were kept to a minimum to reduce the pressure on residents’ pockets.
Mayoral Committee Member for Finance Siseko Mbandezi says electricity prices increased by almost 10%.
Residents will also pay 6.5% more for water and sanitation services, while refuse-removal rates are up 5%.
Use the City’s rate calculator to get an estimate of your municipal bills.
Access the City’s latest news statements here.
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- City invites qualifying residents to apply for a debt write off.
- City’s WhatsApp channel now available for water queries.
The City has launched its rates and tariffs calculator, which will assist residents to obtain a rough estimate of their monthly rates and tariffs. The estimate is based on numerous factors.
— City of Cape Town (@CityofCT) June 30, 2022