Ramaphosa says he cannot stop power cuts of Municipalities not servicing debts

- The power utility says it has a right to terminate power to non-paying customers.

- Eskom is reading itself to cut off power in five municipalities in a move that will put thousands of jobs in jeopardy

- The blackouts will disrupt key services such as power reticulation and the municipalities are petitioning the office of the President to intervene

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Power utility Eskom has been taken to court. The power utility is readying itself to cut off power from five municipalities whose ballooning debt has reached over R 2,7 billion. The affected municipalities which fall under Maluti-A-Phofung Local Municipality of the Free State town of Harrismith have petitioned the court to make Ramaphosa's office intervene in the matter. They have not serviced their debts since 2011.

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