Today, Pikitup will be operating with limited capacity throughout Johannesburg due to the failure to manage the transition of our ad hoc fleet contracts in Pikitup. The ad hoc fleet contract serves to provide additional vehicles to the City to compensate for the attrition of Pikitup’s aged fleet. Click Here to read more.
About Lonehill Residents Association
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Entries by Lonehill Residents Association
“You can’t change the world; you can’t fix the whole environment. But you can recycle.” Patti Smith, musician Tsogo Sun and Montecasino, in partnership with Miss Earth South Africa, hosted a Waste Dialogue at the Montecasino Recycling Depot on Thursday, 13 September during Clean-up and Recycle SA Week, to discuss the serious issues presented by […]
The Executive Mayor of the City of Johannesburg, Cllr Herman Mashaba, Will officially launch the City of Johannesburg’s partnership with Global Citizen for A Re Sebetseng clean-up campaign on Saturday, 15 September 2018, on World Clean-up Day. Click Here to read more.
It is with pleasure that we notify you of the Internationally acclaimed Festival of Motoring 2018 (FOM 2018) being presented on Friday, 31st August, Saturday, 1st and Sunday, 2nd September 2018 at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit. Festival of Motoring is South Africa’s largest and most exciting motoring and lifestyle event. Smell, feel, touch and […]
Read more about the impact of electricity tariffs on Joburg Residents Electricity Tariff
From the 1st of July, the new rates for each property will come into effect. Please ensure that you check your statements to familiarize yourself with the new billing amounts. All pensioners will need to re-apply for rebates. This can be done at the Region A walk-incentre at 300 – 15th Road, Midrand. Road construction […]
Read more about the impact of water tariffs on Joburg Residents Water illustrations 2018
Have a look through the Property Rates Policy from The City of Johannesburg Council. Click Here