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ADOPT WATER-SAVING KITCHEN CHORES, EVERY DROP COUNTS!

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Ekurhuleni residents are urged to use water sparingly as water remains scarce. Kitchen chores are among the main contributors to water use in a household. Residents may look at some of the following actives to reduce their water use: washing the…

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MY CoE APP IS LIVE!

MY CoE APP IS LIVE!

July 15, 2021
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ADOPT WATER-SAVING KITCHEN CHORES, EVERY DROP…

Ekurhuleni residents are urged to use water sparingly as water remains scarce. Kitchen chores are among the main contributors to water use in a household. Residents may look at…
July 13, 2021
461

VACCINATION SITES REMAIN OPERATIONAL

The City of Ekurhuleni wishes to inform residents who are eligible to get their COVID-19 inoculation that the vaccination rollout continues, and vaccination sites remain open.…
July 12, 2021
195

SELF-CARE IS ESSENTIAL

The new normal has posed a set of unique challenges, and now more than ever, practicing self-care is essential to ensure one’s emotional, physical and mental well-being. According…
July 10, 2021
212

EKURHULENI COVID-19 WEEKLY STATISTICS

The City of Ekurhuleni is mobilising all necessary resources, including healthcare practitioners to strengthen efforts to fight the Coivid-19 pandemic. Some of the systems the…
July 09, 2021
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CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE

The City of Ekurhuleni (CoE) Customer Care Relations Department has recently changed its name to the Service Delivery and Co-ordination Department (SDC). The SDC is responsible…
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Excellence Awards 2021 part 1

Excellence Awards 2021 part 1

Excellence Awards 2021 part 2

Excellence Awards 2021 part 2

Ekurhuleni MMC for environment resources slams desecration of tombstones

Ekurhuleni MMC for environment resources slams desecration of tombstones

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FEATURE

July 09, 2021 42

CLLR NHLABATHI REMEMBERED AS A SELFLESS LEADER

Former Ward 2 Councillor (Cllr) Sylvia Nhlabathi was hailed as a mother to community, a unifier, a leader whose door was forever open for those in need. Nhlabathi was laid to rest at the Emfihlweni Thami Mnyele Heroes Acres Cemetery in Thembisa on Wednesday, 07 July 2021. She passed away on Friday, 2 July 2021 following a short illness. At the time of her passing, Nhlabathi was the Chairperson of… Read More

FEATURE

July 09, 2021 42

CLLR NHLABATHI REMEMBERED AS A SELFLESS LEADER

Former Ward 2 Councillor (Cllr) Sylvia Nhlabathi was hailed as a mother to community, a unifier, a leader whose door was forever open for those in need. Nhlabathi was laid to rest at the Emfihlweni Thami Mnyele Heroes Acres Cemetery in Thembisa on Wednesday, 07 July 2021. She passed away on Friday, 2 July 2021 following a short illness. At the time of her passing, Nhlabathi was the Chairperson of… 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

KARATE TRAINING FOR GIRLS

The Oyama Kyokushin Kai Karate Club is a girls' karate club based in Germiston owned by a…
Jul 07, 2021
KARATE TRAINING FOR GIRLS

City Hosts Inhlambululo

The Springs Art Gallery (SAG) is pleased to present Simphiwe Majozi’s debut solo…
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City Hosts Inhlambululo