Today, the tabling of the Auditor-General’s (AG) consolidated general report on the 2015-16 municipal audit outcomes confirms years of rampant maladministration witnessed under the previous ANC-led government. Under the previous administration’s leadership, the AG found that the City’s financial performance had remained stagnant, scoring an unqualified opinion with findings due to a number of control…Read More
This is the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality’s first term under DA coalition government. Already, important steps have been made towards bringing honest leadership, more jobs and better services to the Economic Centre of South Africa. This includes fast tracking title-deed delivery and completing Joburg’s first housing list in order to bring more and more residents the dignity and economic asset that is one’s own home.
This is the City’s vision:
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.
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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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City of Johannesburg Press Statement by MMC for Housing, Cllr Mzobanzi Ntuli On 13 June 2017, I held a productive meeting with the leadership of Jabulani Hostel to discuss the housing challenges faced by them. The visit forms part of a series of meetings I have been holding with various stakeholders and…Read More
The Johannesburg Metro Police Department is out in full force together with other law enforcement agencies to deal with the illegal taxi blockade on all major routes in and around Johannesburg. Johannesburg Metro Police have been deployed within the greater Midrand area where congestion has affected the exits on Allendale, New Road and Oilfantsfontein,…Read More
Tomorrow, the MMC for Health and Social Development, Dr Mpho Phalatse, will support the Touch a Life Foundation in Eldorado Park, who will be hosting their first Mini Olympic Games at the Eldorado Park athletic stadium. This event will be held as part of the annual Youth Day celebrations, and aims to bring families…Read More
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