The office of the Executive Mayor in Ekurhuleni notes the social media allegations against MMC for Human Settlements, Lesiba Mpya, plus the Chief of Staff, Reckson Hasani.
Water restrictions are still in place and will only be reviewed in May.
About six months after a man fell to his death at a council-owned flat in Actonville, the broken wall that the man fell through has still not been repaired.
Council offices will be closed between Christmas and New Year.
A R590-million project to more than double the capacity of a waste water treatment facility in the East Rand, was completed recently.
Residents in Farrarmere had no water pressure for most of Sunday (November 27).
Much of Benoni might have higher and more consistent water pressure soon, if plans to build a new water tower in Northmead go ahead.
While many Benonians scurried to collect wheelie bins earlier this year to ensure that their refuse would be collected, the metro has not said when the switch-over from refuse bags to wheelie bins will commence.
An upgrade to the Farrarmere Fire Station, valued at R28-million, has been welcomed.
Dr Imogen Mashazi has been appointed as the new city manager of Ekurhuleni.
The current chief of the EMPD, Bafana Mahlaba, has resigned.