Several people, including an EFF member, were injured.
Herman Mashaba’s “roll up your sleeves and join the clean-up” in Lenasia last week drew mixed reaction from social media.
Jozi mayor Herman Mashaba last Thursday continued his campaign of tidying up the management structures within the municipality, targeting head honchos at City Power.
Mashaba has a bee in his bonnet about this.
You probably didn’t need a report to tell you this…
Every community should be more like Melville.
You interrupt SONA it looks like you get interrupted straight back…
It’s the month of love and January’s woes are just about behind us; so why not splash out on someone special.
Herman Mashaba warned that there’d be zero tolerance in dealing with crime in Johannesburg under his watch, and it looks like he’s delivering on that promise.
Hardly a surprise to anyone who has tried to buy (or rent) property in Cape Town recently.
Herman Mashaba is cleaning house after the city’s new anti-corruption unit identified 106 ANC officials responsible for around R14 million lost to corruption under the previous administration.
Nigeria is furious following the death of one of its citizens at the hands of the SAPS, but our police claim he died trying to swallow drugs he was looking to sell.
Fine dining, party-hard dancing, DJs, family-friendly braais or even mad dress ups: Jozi knows how to give it horns
Be a tourist in your own city – Johannesburg has lots to offer
Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba refuses to back down over comments he made, that illegal immigrants are one of the root causes of crime in Jozi.
The DA’s Johannesburg mayor maintains that illegal immigrants had better get the hell out of dodge…
In his ‘100 days as mayor’ speech, Herman Mashaba said all illegal immigrants are criminals and should be treated as such, but home affairs strongly condemned the mayor’s statements as unjustified.
The ruling party has sent delegates to the United Kingdom to meet with the Labour Party, in order to get a better grasp of how to adjust to being the opposition.
Dozens of homes are affected.
Now, what did the City of Johannesburg think would happen when they Tweeted that, in order to save water, residents might consider showering in groups..?
Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba has launched an audit of all city employees, effectively shining a light on anyone who’s been appointed under dodgy circumstances.
Not long ago Johannesburg had a shortage of fire engines that put residents’ lives at risk, but mayor Herman Mashaba’s team made short work of that.
Gauteng premier David Makhura and Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba have agreed to quit their squabbling and focus on what’s important.