JOBURG – Although the charges have been reversed by the power utility, once all customers have been notified many will no longer pay the cheaper Lifeline Tariffs.
JOHANNESBURG – Over the past year, the City has undertaken to fix more than 100 000 potholes across Joburg following torrential downpours, which resulted in extensive damage to roads at the end of last year.
JOBURG – Case against alleged house scammers, Simphiwe Hlafa and his co-accused will go on trial in October.
JOBURG – After being offline for a couple of days, the Joburg Ombudsman’s helpline is working.
KELVIN – Members of the Kelvin Residents Association are pleased with the progress made in their suburb since starting the Beautify Kelvin project in April last year.
JOBURG – Although unit charges are around 5 per cent higher for prepaid customers, they save the R114.57 service charge and between R337.52 to R462.33 for the network charge.
BRYANSTON – Residents have pointed authorities to the site of persistent illegal dumping on the piece of land between Old Kilcullen Road and William Nicol Drive.
JOBURG – New trial date of alleged house scammers.
JOBURG – ‘We are gradually turning the tide on traffic congestion within the City’.
JOBURG – Senior official suspended over the R1,3-billion 900km fibre broadband network project by the Metropolitan Trading Company, an entity within the City of Johannesburg.
JOBURG – Two of the entity’s parks are recently crowned with four awards. Find out more information here.
PARKMORE – Local residents and business owners are angered by the lack of public participation in the erection of a Telkom Mobile mast.
JOBURG – The council chamber has shined in both national and international property awards.
JOBURG – Alternative accommodation has been provided for people who were left homeless after the Cape York building recently caught fire in the inner city.
JOBURG – A Metro police officer was caught on video … with an amazing voice.
JOBURG – Photos of the Metro police vehicle have been shared on social media since it was first posted on 8 July.
JOBURG – Fake notes are said to be doing the rounds at the Sassa pay-points around Gauteng.
JOBURG – City Power managing director, Sicelo Xulu, is fighting allegations against him while still holding on to his position.
JOBURG – “Meter tampering is constituted by any action resulting in the breaking of a seal, the opening, adjustment or removal of a meter, bypassing a meter, opening of a meter box or interfering with the meter or municipal wiring, piping or other installations in any manner.”
JOBURG – MMC for Public Safety, Michael Sun, (literally) participated in the launch of the Women Safety campaign on 14 June.
JOBURG – The office of the MEC for Community Safety condemns violent protest action by the South African National Taxi Council on 15 June.