JOBURG – Read this weeks’ question in Councillor’s Corner answered by David Potter, Ward 102 councillor, and Dalu Cele, Ward 101 councillor.
JOBURG – The City of Joburg has filed for leave to appeal a judgement handed on 15 June which declared the suspension of the Ombudsman unlawful and invalid.
JOBURG – The current picture suggests that road users could be looking at a petrol price decline of between 60 and 64 cents a litre at month-end, with diesel showing a 60 cents reduction and illuminating paraffin 57 cents.
JOBURG – Wayne Duvenage, the organisation’s chairman said he trusts the speaker will announce that a vote of no confidence should be held in secret.
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.
JOBURG – Mortuary strike continues into second week while distraught families await the completion of autopsy backlogs.
JOBURG – Resolving billing queries has been moved from the operations of individual regional centres and centralised to the head office.
JOBURG – The campaign will take the mayor and the MMC to New York, Washington and Montreal between 10 and 21 June.
JOBURG – Restoration work is underway for the old post office in the Johannesburg CBD.
JOBURG – If the bylaw is approved and amended, business owners will have to step up their outdoor advertising game.