August marks the one-year anniversary since the 2016 local government elections.
The metro has a plan in place to replace the lifts at eight council-owned flats in Ekurhuleni, including the four Benoni buildings.
The vacant land on Back Street in Morehill is still causing concern to residents who cannot get rid of the refuse left on the privately owned land.
Residents are complaining that they are being charged more than the fixed monthly rate per wheelie bin for their refuse collection.
The metro said they have rectified the billing error which saw residences across Benoni receive municipal bills for June reflecting information from the same month last year.
The metro will administer a city-wide audit on its waste collection service over the following six months.
Electricity should be restored to parts of Benoni within seven hours, according to Ward 28 councillor Malanie Haggard.
The Waste Department and City Management have come to the party, cleaning up refuse strewn across Benoni as a result of illegal dumping and uncollected black bags.
The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (EMM) budget speech was delivered by Member of the Mayoral Committee (MMC) of Finance, Doctor Xhakaza, on May 25, in Katlehong.
A public meeting for wards 24 and 27 was recently held at Benoni Northerns Sports Club, to discuss grievances regarding wheelie bins.
As of July 1, tenants of council-owned flats will no longer pay market-related rentals, but instead, economical rentals.