Full of confidence after surviving a third vote of no confidence, Herman Mashaba took time out of his day to toast the party who brought the motion.
DA asks the public to sign petition for #HandsOffMashaba campaign.
The looting in Soweto is believed to be backlash from the SAPS raids for counterfeit goods in the Johannesburg CBD that started two weeks ago.
Minister for Small Business Development Khumbudzo Ntshavheni revealed plans to create a register and permits for informal traders in Johannesburg.
Herman Mashaba has been left frustrated by the perceived inability of the NPA to prosecute criminal cases sent to it by the City of Johannesburg.
Some residents in Johannesburg have been unable to buy power because of a computer virus attacking the City Power systems.
The South African Human Rights Commission has been told that a monsterous amount of money is required to turn Alexandra into a liveable settlement.
The syndicate was uncovered following an anonymous tip-off.
Things have been quieter since the Lenasia protests flared up again on Friday, but the JMPD have warned there could still be more to come.
Mashaba says Eskom has a legal obligation to restore power to any area where there are people who have legal power connections and pay their bills.
Facing a surcharge that would’ve cost some residents 66% more on their electricity bill, Johannesburg officials have backed down and won’t implement the fees.
The Joburg mayor also promised that five more fire engines would be returning from repairs into active service within the next few weeks.
In a recent interview City of Jhb Mayor, Mashaba blamed high corruption levels for poor housing conditions in the city.
Progress isn’t always a straight line: The Johannesburg water shutdown will allow for a vital installation – but it could disrupt residents for days.
Qualifying residents can get 100% of their municipal debt written off by the City of Johannesburg after a debt-rehabilitation programme was approved.
Lebogang Maile claims Mandisa Mashego slandered him in comments made about the recent Alex demolitions that sparked debate around the country.
They say they did not invent the concept of land invasions and defended people’s right to protest against living in abject poverty.
The Head of Gauteng’s Water and Sanitation Department says the City is to blame.
The Red Ants say they only become involved when their services are specifically requested and commissioned by a political party or the courts.
Joburg’s mayor placated angry crowds in Alex saying he had no idea about the demolition plans and said the structures would be rebuilt in just a few weeks.
Alex Total Shutdown organisers promise to engage with the mayor in an open and peaceful discussion.
The situation in Pennyville has intensified since the early hours of Friday morning.
“Hurtful words are such that pierce the heart and weigh the soul” – Richelle Goodrich.
Mashaba noted that he’s asked to join Ramaphosa when he addresses the Alex community on Thursday.
The people of Alex found time to kid around with the resurrection challenge.