Members of KwaThema Ward 80 gathered to try to solve the problem of dirty places in the area.
Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina has showed his full support of the investigation by the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) announced by the presidency.
The metro is retraining their call centre staff to offer residents better service.
“We will continue to support regional chess tournaments so that ultimately the players qualify for national or international tournaments”.
“The applicant is not the registered user of services and own/s more than one property, registered individually or jointly within the City of Ekurhuleni”.
Members of Ekurhuleni Council conducted a site visit to monitor different service delivery projects in Tsakane, Duduza and Daveyton on Monday.
Mayor of the City of Ekurhuleni, Mzwandile Masina, together with a team of MMCs visited the areas with service delivery challenges in KwaThema.
The troublesome bushes behind Sechaba Primary School in the Vergenoeg Section have finally been cleared.
Councillor Wilson Busakwe promises that more than 80 families will have moved into their new houses by Easter.
“We also caution residents on the illegal sale of houses. Those found guilty will face the full might of the law.”
“We are trying to emply as many people from the community as possible because we face the challenge of unemployment.”