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.
The City of Gold’s old tunnels could soon become your newest hangout…
The libertarian and self-proclaimed “capitalist crusader” is not in favour of the minimum wage.
Ag shame, as if folks in Jozi didn’t have enough other things to be miserable about.
The leader of the Gauteng ANC and former Johannesburg mayor slammed the DA’s new Jozi mayor, Herman Mashaba, for putting a stop to the city’s R70 million bicycle lane project; instead redirecting the money to delivering services to the poor in Alexandra.
Herman Mashaba is reshuffling some priorities in Joburg.
Joburg vs Cape Town: Who is the fairest of them all?
Herman Mashaba was elected mayor of Johannesburg on Monday night. Here are some of the things he’s promising.
It’s done, the DA– with the help of the EFF — has taken charge of Johannesburg, finishing off the opposition’s Gauteng campaign.
EFF deputy president Floyd SHivambu told reporters at Johannesburg’s inaugural council meeting that the ruling party’s days are numbered.
Freedom Front councillor Franco de Lange reportedly received an sms early this morning, warning him not to vote against the ANC in today’s inaugural council meeting.
A few EFF members are protesting against the party’s post-election choices, but it’s what’s going on, on Twitter that’s really entertaining. Check it out.
The EFF has made some pretty serious allegations against the ANC’s Dan Bovu, accusing the ruling party member of offering hundreds of thousands of Rands for votes in the hung council.
Gwede Mantashe has quashed any notion of replacing Zuma following the ANC’s poor performance in the Local Government Elections, this week anyway.
Whispers of a coalition between the DA and EFF in some Gauteng municipalities in essence mean that the ANC will have lost the entire province. Ain’t that a kick in the head..?
In an impassioned address to the people of Johannesburg, the DA’s mayoral candidate for Johannesburg said only his party can move the city forward where the ANC has so clearly failed.