JOBURG – A condition assessment has already begun at the Randburg Revenue Customer Service Centre in light of maintenance woes.
JOBURG – Change might start to happen in March next year, MMC Finance says.
JOBURG – Joburg’s MMC for Public Safety is concerned about crimes against women and urges residents to report any suspected crimes.
JOBURG – This comes after the former ombudsman was suspended earlier this month.
JOBURG – If you suspect your meter has been tampered with, you can register it with City Power, free of charge.
JOBURG – Concourt keeps judgement of no vote of confidence a secret.
SANDTON – The Democratic Alliance is launching a public awareness campaign about the best methods to sort out service delivery concerns.
JOBURG – What you might not know about billing regionalisation.
JOBURG – EMS on high alert this winter.
JOBURG – The Measles Vaccination Campaign is delayed to 15 May, if all goes well.
JOBURG – Informal traders can expect to see more support from the City of Johannesburg.
JOBURG – After his first State of the City Address, Herman Mashaba faces criticism from opposition and coalition parties.
JOBURG – The City of Johannesburg’s new administration is being led by guidelines set up after the municipal elections last year – the 10-point plan.
ROSEBANK – Ward 117 Councillor Tim Truluck has shared how to log your municipal problems.
JOBURG – Executive Mayor Herman Mashaba plans to allocate R10 billion to address the massive infrastructure backlog, particularly in poor communities.
JOBURG – Mashaba revealed the extent of corruption the City’s Anti-Corruption Unit recovered since late last year.
JOBURG – Mashaba will likely focus on his nine priorities and five pillars during his Soca.
JOBURG – the City invites residents to view the draft policy and the tariffs and make their inputs or objections.
BUCCLEUCH – Months after floods hit the suburb of Buccleuch, little has been done to clean up the area.
JOBURG – The Johannesburg Metrobus has announced new improved routes from Johannesburg to OR Tambo.
Increases to rates and tariffs will be varied depending on services but water and sanitation will see a shocking increase of 12,2 per cent