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Afghan government departments yet to clear their electricity bills

According to Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), Afghanistan’s nation power company, government departments owe 1 billion AFN in electricity bills. DABS officials have warned to disconnect their power supply if they failed to remit the outstanding payments. Mirwais Alami, Director

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DABS disconnects power supply of powerful, high-profile Afghan officials

Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), Afghanistan’s electricity company, has disconnected the power supply of some of the high-rank officials who have not paid their electricity bills. According to a statement from DABS, 400 individuals have not remitted their electricity bills

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Afghan customers can pay their electricity bill through mobile phones now

A large crowd of Afghans signed up to use modern technology to pay their bills safely, as delighted Afghan and U.S. officials watched. The event, organized by USAID, was held at the U.S. Embassy. Customers of the Afghan electric utility

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Kabul residents able to pay electricity bills via phone now

Afghanistan’s national electricity company, Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), launched mobile payment facility in Kabul on Wednesday. The ‘Pay Electricity Bills through Mobile Phone’ project is being implemented in coordination with Pashtany Bank and Etisalat Enterprise. According to the officials,

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Kandahar’s power department loses 20mn AFN every month

Kandahar’s power department officials claimed that the department faces millions of losses every month, as some government agencies and citizens refuse to pay their electricity bills to the authorities. Head of the Department Eng. Sayed Rasool said his department generates

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Government owes USD 77mn in power bills to DABS

Government authorities have defaulted on paying Da Afghanistan Breshan Sherkat (DABS) USD 77mn (4bn AFN) in electricity bills. DABS Marketing Chief Mirwais Alami urged the authorities at a news conference to remit their bills to help generate revenues for the

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