There will be another wheelie bin roll-out in Benoni, according to Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (EMM) spokesperson Themba Gadebe.
The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (EMM) is to spend R94-million to improve its capacity to deal with emergency situations in the region.
Homestead Dam’s hyacinth and water lily problem should soon be brought under control.
Computers for the public’s use at the Benoni Library have apparently not worked for years.
The deadline for residents to make objections to the valuation roll is May 5.
A councillor is “shocked” and “disgusted” after municipal employees set alight rubbish which had been dumped on some Actonville graves.
An amount of R2.4-billion will be spent on a programme for the electrification of informal settlements across Ekurhuleni, with over 16 000 households to be completed by the end of this financial year.
If the metro does not make concessions with regards to its wheelie bin roll-out in Benoni, some people might not be able to obtain one of the receptacles.
A group of Northmead residents are frustrated with government after numerous requests for the Gauteng Department of Education to cut a large area of grass, on a vacant stand in Northmead, have not been answered.
The revamp of the Bunny Park is moving ahead, with the sheep, goats and cows having been moved to a farm in Heidelberg recently.
Members of the community and other interested stakeholders will be given an opportunity to comment on the city’s draft of the Integrated Development Plan (IDP) and the municipal budget for the 2017/18 to 2020/21 financial period.