With the spring season upon us, temperatures begin to rise along with the demand for water and water-using activities like gardening and swimming.
When one drives through Comet Village and the area called New Married Quarters, illegally connected electricity cables are evident everywhere.
The Ekurhuleni metro’s call centre hit the four million caller mark on Friday, September 8.
The low pressure experienced in Morganridge and Dyanglen was not supplied from adjacent supply zones, which had to be corrected.
George Jardine from Van Dyk Park has noticed an “unusual” phenomenon on his latest water and electricity account from the Ekurhuleni metro.
Please, wait a while longer before visiting the lake.
A Boksburg North house owner is in a stinky situation because the water drainage system from two properties in 6th Street lies right behind his property in 5th Street.
Driving along Rietfontein Road has become a dangerous affair because of a waterlogged pothole.
The Ekurhuleni metro has admitted that its efforts to curb electricity theft in Reiger Park have failed to yield fruitful results.
A resident had no luck in reporting a water leak on the corner of North Rand Road and Vrey Street, in Beyers Park, to the Ekurhuleni metro.
The Ekurhuleni metro’s community swimming pools are now open to the public.