The year 2020 proved that there was no need to be afraid of change.
The increase means that household consumers must now fork out R0.80 for a unit of electricity when they used to pay R0.73 per unit. Read more.
The company has also repacked its voice bundles to reduce charges and also incorporate per second billing in its bundles. Read more.
The application is also expected to address the cumbersome process that customers go through to reverse funds sent to wrong recipients. Read more.
Women are good at relationship building, which is a requirement for success in business. Read more.
Lesotho’s national household electricity connection is still below 50 percent for the entire country. Read more.
The state-owned power utility company has for years relied on South African-based suppliers for its equipment needs, with only a small portion left for locals. Read more.