The Ekurhuleni metro’s community swimming pools are now open to the public.
Residents of Morganridge and Dyanglen have been dancing around in the shower because of the low water pressure these areas have been suffering for the past two months.
Thieves continue to wreak havoc with the electricity infrastructure in Reiger Park, causing perpetual blackouts in the area.
Ekurhuleni metro has this week justified spending R12.1-million on the procurement of a piece of land opposition parties deemed unsafe and dangerous for the establishment of a township.
The Ekurhuleni metro has located the substation in Anderbolt which was apparently occupied by the homeless.
The Ekurhuleni metro has notified residents of a delay in the opening of the municipal swimming pools due to the delayed supply of pool cleaning chemicals.
Member of the Mayoral Committee for Social Services, Clr Dora Mlambo has called on women in Ekurhuleni to lead prominent spaces in the mainstream economy.
Operating a formalised small business enables entrepreneurs to gain access to funding and certain protections by the law.
A pensioner who lives in Sunward Park’s water and electricity account has, in a matter of three months, drastically jumped from R738 to R1 690.
The Reiger Park Flat Committee has expressed its disappointment about the overcrowding and disorganised long queues which disadvantaged some of the Boksburg residents when they tried to register for houses.
A concerned resident recently informed the Advertiser of a situation that could have disastrous consequences for both persons and property.