City of Tshwane tackles culture of not paying services

The City of Tshwane’s revenue recollection campaign is going to be the new norm in Tshwane.

#TshwaneYaTima trended in the last few days after it disconnected services of several institutions who owed the municipality. The City says it wants to re-institute the culture of payment for services rendered.

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Yesterday Gautrain threatened to take the City to court after disconnecting their service. Today, Gauteng Provincial Government paid the R10 million debt owed in full. They paid an additional R2 million upfront. “We won’t be deterred by threats of court action,” it tweeted.

Here’s some of the action:

 

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