Electrocuted couple's 'meter bridged, earth disconnected': City Power

City Power's preliminary investigation into the cause of the electrocution of a couple in Crosby, near Mayfair in Johannesburg, has revealed that an electricity meter was bridged and the earth disconnected on the meter box inside their house.

2021-06-18 12:07:00 PM

City Power's preliminary investigation into the cause of the electrocution of a couple in Crosby, near Mayfair in Johannesburg, has revealed that an electricity meter was bridged and the earth disconnected on the meter box inside their house.

City Power's preliminary investigation into the cause of the electrocution of a couple in Crosby, near Mayfair in Johannesburg, has revealed that an electricity meter was bridged and the earth disconnected on the meter box inside their house.

Mangena said City Power had contacted the family and shared the preliminary findings.“We have also decided to issue the family with a notice to disconnect their power until the legal requirements for safe connection have been established. The customer would need to follow the City Power reconnection process before we could reconnect them,” he said.

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We urge residents to desist from tampering with electricity infrastructure, including bypassing our meters, vandalism and illegal connections, which may lead to the circuit malfunctioning.City Power's Isaac MangenaHe said Mayfair and Crosby were plagued by vandalism of infrastructure, bypassing of meters by business and residential customers, and illegal connections.

“We have conducted operations, including during #KleenaJoburg Reloaded, to inspect bypassed meters and to remove illegal connections. The last operation to remove illegal connections was on April 13 with a follow-up planned for mid-June,” he said.Mangena said operations would be intensified. He said a metering team would be sent to the area to replace faulty meters. headtopics.com

“We urge residents to desist from tampering with electricity infrastructure, including bypassing our meters, vandalism and illegal connections, which may lead to the circuit malfunctioning,” he said.“Communities should also stop the illegality of paying people to work on our network, as this is not only illegal but also dangerous. It interferes with the functioning of our circuit and customers may start experiencing surges and equipment shocking them, or lower than normal voltage.”

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