JOBURG – The programme, run in all the City’s 87 public libraries, is already in full swing and will continue until 21 July before Gauteng public schools reopen on 24 July.
JOBURG – The previous 13 schemes were adopted in the late 70s and early 80s. They differ in their definition of land uses and also prescribe different processes to obtain land use rights.
JOBURG – This week’s question in Councillor’s Corner is answered by Ward 88 councillor, Nicholas Lorimer.
JOBURG – ‘Pikitup is fully committed to working with waste pickers’.
JOBURG – Court orders Cosatu and Bongani Masuku to tender an unconditional apology to the Jewish community, adding that the apology must receive the same publicity as the offending statements.
AUCKLAND PARK – SABC8 and SOS Coalition will be hosting a memorial service for Suna Venter.
JOBURG – “Meter tampering is constituted by any action resulting in the breaking of a seal, the opening, adjustment or removal of a meter, bypassing a meter, opening of a meter box or interfering with the meter or municipal wiring, piping or other installations in any manner.”
JOBURG – Epilepsy, according to the organisation called Epilepsy South Africa, is a neurological condition characterised by unusual electrical activity in the brain.
JOBURG – Forensic officers in 10 State mortuaries may be heading back to work following weeks of strike action in various parts of Johannesburg.
JOHANNESBURG – The mortuary workers’ strike has left relatives of the deceased desperate by forcing them to delay funeral services.
JOBURG – Read this weeks’ question in Councillor’s Corner answered by David Potter, Ward 102 councillor, and Dalu Cele, Ward 101 councillor.