Thursday, 19 October 2017, former City employee, Mr. Nelson Damari, was found guilty on 38 counts of fraud by the Johannesburg Commercial Crimes Court. Damari was sentenced to three years in jail. The sentence is suspended for five years on condition that he is not convicted on charges of theft or fraud during the period…Read More
This DA-led coalition government is making great strides to bring better services to its most vulnerable residents. Money has been set aside and work has begun to bring water, electricity, sanitation and roads to 51 informal settlements over the next few years. 11 clinics will get extended hours so that residents can access healthcare in the evenings and on weekends. And the decision to fast-track the title deed delivery process is starting to pay off for the 3 900 residents who have been receiving ownership of a home that they can pass on to their children.
This is the City of Johannesburg’s vision for the term:
Every employee must adjust to the environment of a new coalition government.
The City must be responsive and focus on the most deprived.
We aim to grow the City’s economy by a minimum of 5%.
Every employee must hold their position because of what they know, not who they know.
Former Gauteng HAWKS Head, Shadrack Sibiya will lead our new internal investigations unit, to combat public enemy number one.
A list of all semi-completed housing units within the City will be produced so that our people can have houses to live in.
For the first time in Johannesburg’s history, a housing list has been completed. This list will be available in government offices and on the City’s website.
Title-deed delivery must be fast-tracked. In 2013 not a single title deed was handed out. Within a week, we had 2000 ready for processing.
We have launched a pilot project for a clinic to operate for extended hours. Monday to Friday: 7am - 10pm, Saturdays: 7am - 1pm.
We will bring world-class investment and development to the Inner City.
City of Johannesburg's Success Stories
Meet the Mayor & Mayoral Committee Running City of Johannesburg Municipality
Newly elected Executive Mayor Herman Mashaba was born on August 26 1959 in GaRamotse, Hammanskraal, Gauteng. He is the founder of cosmetics company, Black Like Me, and is a renowned businessman having worked his way up from near-poverty to hold high-ranking positions in the property and real estate; consumer goods; building, construction and engineering; and…Read More
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Wednesday, 18 October 2017, the Executive Mayor, Cllr Herman Mashaba and MMC for Public Safety, Cllr Micheal Sun, welcomed 1500 new JMPD trainee officers to the streets of Johannesburg. This injection of JMPD personnel will go a long way towards improving the safety of the city of Johannesburg for its residents and visiting tourists who…Read More
The challenge of illegal immigration in Johannesburg has reached crisis level. In the interests of inter-governmental relations as espoused in the Constitution, I have on numerous occasions sought an audience with the Department of Home Affairs, in good faith. So far, these attempts have been in vain. I have instructed the City’s legal team to…Read More
On Monday (16 October 2017), eight children were rescued by members of the Eldorado Park Local Drug Action Committee (LDAC). Yesterday, the City’s MMC for Public Safety, Michael Sun, led a delegation of senior JMPD officers, social workers and senior officials, as well as child protection activists and residents, in an urgent public meeting held…Read More
The following is an extract of the keynote address delivered today by Executive Mayor, Cllr Herman Mashaba during the induction of 1500 new JMPD trainee officers, in Stafford, Johannesburg. When the City of Joburg announced that it intended to recruit 1500 new JMPD officers to bolster policing in the City earlier this year, we were…Read More
On Monday, 16 October 2017, eight children were rescued by members of the Eldorado Park Local Drug Action Committee (LDAC). Yesterday, the City’s MMC for Public Safety, Michael Sun, led a delegation of senior JMPD officers, social workers and senior officials, as well as child protection activists and residents, in an urgent public meeting held…Read More
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