A Re Sebetseng is about re-awakening the spirit of the community and taking responsibility for the cleanliness of their areas.
The A Re Sebetseng clean-up campaign will be carried out across all the City’s wards on the last Saturday of every month. Read more on this initiative in the story.
“We are not working; we survive by recycling scrap metals, paper and plastic.”
The clinic’s Sister Maria Morare enlightened the community on services rendered by the clinic.
The illegal dumping by contractors around the Nasrec precinct on properties owned by national government is out of control.
Ward 125 councillor, Peter Stewart, is ready to serve.
Many residents have contacted the COURIER complaining about their bill readings which appear to be unbelievably high.
When there are municipal issues, members of the community need to contact their councillors in their respective wards.
MEC Panyaza Lesufi said, “We did not promise to offer Drivers’ Licenses to learners, but committed to assist Grade 11 learners to attain Learner Licenses in all non-fee paying schools in Gauteng”.
He said he is very happy to retain the ward because the community has given them the mandate to continue to lead and service them with dignity and honesty.
In order to accommodate indigent residents, CoJ is offering the Expanded Social Package (ESP).