Lees jou gunsteling-tydskrifte en -koerante nou alles op een plek teen slegs R99 p.m. Word 'n intekenaar
Nuus
Bypassed electricity meters investigated

The pre-paid electricity meters of four flats of the fire brigade have been tampered with.

Isoldé Laesecke of AfriForum said it was found during a routine inspection that these residents have been using electricity at no cost as the the system has been bypassed.

The four occupants of the flats are all employees of the Dihlabeng Municipality.

Tshediso Maitse, spokesperson for the municipality, confirmed that the inspection took place as part of ongoing inspections in all municipal buildings.

“The aim is also to roll out these inspections to private homes to curb the theft of electricity.”

Maitse said the municipal officials implicated have been referred to the legal section of the municipality for further investi­gation and to institute disciplinary steps.

“The municipality views these misconducts in a very serious light and will leave no stone unturned – and there will be no favouritism.”

MyStem: Het jy meer op die hart?

Stuur jou mening van 300 woorde of minder na MyStem@netwerk24.com en ons sal dit vir publikasie oorweeg. Onthou om jou naam en van, ‘n kop-en-skouers foto en jou dorp of stad in te sluit.

Ons kommentaarbeleid

Netwerk24 ondersteun ‘n intelligente, oop gesprek en waardeer sinvolle bydraes deur ons lesers. Lewer hier kommentaar wat relevant is tot die onderwerp van die artikel. Jou mening is vir ons belangrik en kan verdere menings of ondersoeke stimuleer. Geldige kritiek en meningsverskille is aanvaarbaar, maar hierdie is nie ‘n platform vir haatspraak of persoonlike aanvalle nie. Kommentaar wat irrelevant, onnodig aggressief of beledigend is, sal verwyder word. Lees ons volledige kommentaarbeleid hier

Kontak Kontak ons
Stemme

Hallo, jy moet ingeteken wees of registreer om artikels te lees.