Tripartite memorandum signed

Ekurhuleni executive mayor Clr Mzwandile Masina completed the signing of the tripartite Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the mayor of Lusaka in Zambia, Clr Wilson Kalumba, on March 23 in Germiston.

Potholes concern community

The City Times received over 20 complaints about potholes in Benoni, after asking the public to send information to the newspaper so that we can forward it to the municipality.

No dogs at Northerns, please

No dogs are allowed on the fields of the Benoni Northerns Sports Club, club manager Rod Scheepers said.

Human Rights Commission to look at N12 informal settlement

The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) will look into allegations that the Ekurhuleni metro is violating the human rights of the residents of the N12 informal settlement after failing to move them to more suitable land almost seven years after they were unlawfully removed from Bapsfontein.

No plan for Actonville lifts yet

The metro said minor repairs will be done to lifts at some council-owned flats to relieve the residents, while an open tender process seeks out a contractor to replace the elevators.

Hyacinth will soon be removed

Local fishermen Wesley Fourie (left) and Victor Swanepoel (of Northmead) are not too concerned about the growth of water lilies and hyacinth in Homestead Dam, although they agreed it should be kept under control.