JOBURG – Vadi vows to work with the City in busting licensing criminal syndicates.
NATIONAL – The role of technology in assisting with service delivery put in the spotlight.
JOBURG – The City has introduced 1 000 free Wi-Fi spots all over Johannesburg.
PARKMORE – Victoria Avenue in Parkmore is literally falling apart and this has concerned both residents and the Parkmore Community Association (PCA).
JOBURG – The City of Johannesburg is calling on property owners to help shape the new rates policy – a four-year policy that influences your monthly rates payments.
SANDTON – Ward 90 councillor, Martin Williams, updates residents on the ups and downs of his ward.
NATIONAL – The AA says death toll will continue to rise in the absence of proper, actionable strategies.
JOBURG – 972 fraudulent incidents have been identified across the City, says mayor.
SANDTON – The Belgrave bridge has now been reopened to alleviate traffic in the area.
JOHANNESBURG – Transport Minister Dipuo Peters shared that men have contributed 75 per cent to festive season road fatalities.
JOHANNESBURG – Universities don’t have the capacity to meet demand.
JOBURG – More than 1 500 arrests were made by Metro police this festive season.
SANDTON – Ward 102 councillor David Potter would like to keep his residents in the loop.
JOBURG – Although the province came third nationally, Gauteng produced the highest number of bachelor passes in the country.
SANDTON – The roads agency and Metro clamped down on security structures in Hurlingham Manor that they believe do not adhere to the rules and regulations of the city.
GAUTENG – Gauteng Health MEC has congratulated the 284 mother who delivered babies on New Year’s Day across the province.
JOBURG – The Johannesburg Roads Agency developed a geographic information system for the City’s traffic lights.
JOBURG – Customer Service Centres will stay open this festive season.
JOBURG – The Environment and Infrastructure Services Section 79 committee report reveals a high E. coli count in the rivers.
JOBURG – The Guptas have allegedly been granted a warrant to seize ‘moveable goods’ from the EFF headquarters in Braamfontein
SANDTON – Ward 102 residents are experiencing refuse disposal delays and this is why.