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RESTORING THE DIGNITY OF CITIZENS AND PROVIDING A SECURITY OF TENURE

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The Gauteng Human Settlements Department together with the City of Ekurhuleni have embarked on title deeds hand over and consumer education workshops. Through this drive, a total of 2 282 title deeds are expected to be handed over to the rightful…

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MY CoE APP IS LIVE!

MY CoE APP IS LIVE!

October 18, 2021
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RESIDENTS ENGAGED ON THOKOZA SINKHOLE AFFECTING…

Caption: The MMC for Water, Sanitation and Energy Cllr Tiisetso Nketle standing next to the sinkhole in Thokoza. Member of Mayoral Committee (MMC) for Water, Sanitation and Energy…
October 16, 2021
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CITY MEETS WITH GERMISTON STAKEHOLDERS

Member of Mayoral Committee (MMC) for Corporate and Shared Services Cllr Dora Mlambo met with Germiston stakeholders on the Monday, 11 October 2021 at the Germiston Customer Care…
October 16, 2021
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BOPHELONG FITNESS CLUB TAKING CARE OF THE…

CAPTION: Members of the Bophelong Fitness Club in Hospital View, Thembisa taken through their paces Suffering obesity and other ailments that saw her bedridden for over 10 years…
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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City of Ekurhuleni - Siyaqhuba

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FEATURE

September 03, 2021 144

DEDICATION AND HARD WORK HONOURED IN WOMEN IN UNIFORM LEGACY AWARDS 2021

Dedication and hard work took centre stage on Tuesday, 31 August, when a number of women received awards during the City Manager’s Women in Uniform Legacy Awards. The awards is the brainchild of current City Manager Dr Imogen Mashazi who launched it in 2017. Making her remarks during the ceremony, Dr Mashazi said the objectives of the awards were to empower women in uniform academically and… Read More

FEATURE

September 03, 2021 144

DEDICATION AND HARD WORK HONOURED IN WOMEN IN UNIFORM LEGACY AWARDS 2021

Dedication and hard work took centre stage on Tuesday, 31 August, when a number of women received awards during the City Manager’s Women in Uniform Legacy Awards. The awards is the brainchild of current City Manager Dr Imogen Mashazi who launched it in 2017. Making her remarks during the ceremony, Dr Mashazi said the objectives of the awards were to empower women in uniform academically and… Read More

Multiple Shacks on Fire

Over 30 residents of Marathon Informal settlements in Primrose are lucky to be alive when…

TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY ESTABLISHMENTS CALLED ON TO UPDATE THEIR DETAILS

Tourism stakeholders and product owners in Ekurhuleni can register and update details of their establishments on the City’s database that will reflect all tourism offerings in the City. This will not only assist in delivering on the City’s tourism mandate but also ensure that information displayed on various platforms, including the CoE website, is updated in order to build stakeholder relations and promote the region as a tourism destination. To register, simply download the form on the link below. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ShareFormPage.aspx?id=R_GNWsTpJE6Hq9g0vsJWkWZmFmh6ieZMheHvXupemhpUMldVRlNDWFE2S1QzUkxSSDJSTjFJN0VWRS4u&sharetoken=LmimksAhONvEamSg7DmU For more information,…

The City of Ekurhuleni Responds to the Article Published by Amabhungane

The City of Ekurhuleni has noted with great concern the article published by amaBhungane titled, “Millions in, billions out’ Part 2. In the report, which was published on Tuesday, 4 May 2021, the authors Micah Reddy and Stefaans Brümmer purposefully omit critical information submitted by the city in response to their investigation. In the article, the authors state the following: “From 2016, the City of Ekurhuleni, one of Gauteng’s major industrial centres, became LTE’s new rainmaker, awarding the company a series of large contracts. Since that year, the metro has paid LTE in excess of R345-million according to detailed information the city disclosed in response to a Promotion of Access to…

TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY ESTABLISHMENTS CALLED ON TO UPDATE THEIR DETAILS

Tourism stakeholders and product owners in Ekurhuleni can register and update details of their establishments on the City’s database that will reflect all tourism offerings in the City. This will not only assist in delivering on the City’s tourism mandate but also ensure that information displayed on various platforms, including the CoE website, is updated in order to build stakeholder relations and promote the region as a tourism destination. To register, simply download the form on the link below. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ShareFormPage.aspx?id=R_GNWsTpJE6Hq9g0vsJWkWZmFmh6ieZMheHvXupemhpUMldVRlNDWFE2S1QzUkxSSDJSTjFJN0VWRS4u&sharetoken=LmimksAhONvEamSg7DmU For more information,…

Multiple Shacks on Fire

Over 30 residents of Marathon Informal settlements in Primrose are lucky to be alive when…

The City of Ekurhuleni Responds to the Article Published by Amabhungane

The City of Ekurhuleni has noted with great concern the article published by amaBhungane titled, “Millions in, billions out’ Part 2. In the report, which was published on Tuesday, 4 May 2021, the authors Micah Reddy and Stefaans Brümmer purposefully omit critical information submitted by the city in response to their investigation. In the article, the authors state the following: “From 2016, the City of Ekurhuleni, one of Gauteng’s major industrial centres, became LTE’s new rainmaker, awarding the company a series of large contracts. Since that year, the metro has paid LTE in excess of R345-million according to detailed information the city disclosed in response to a Promotion of Access to…

SPORTS, RECREATION, ARTS & CULTURE

RHOO HLATHWAYO ART CENTRE

Rhoo Hlatshwayo Art Centre is an art facility based in Daveyton at 20074 Hlakwana Street…
Oct 17, 2021
RHOO HLATHWAYO ART CENTRE

THE SPRING FIESTA

The Spring Fiesta is one of the flagship music festivals held in the City. It is held in…
Sep 22, 2021
THE SPRING FIESTA