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Kulula flight delayed after passenger allegedly called the captain the k-word

Kulula flight delayed after passenger allegedly called the captain the k-word

Kulula flight delayed after passenger allegedly called the captain the k-word
Johannesburg mayor Mashaba will change his budget to get EFF vote

Johannesburg mayor Mashaba will change his budget to get EFF vote

Mayor Herman Mashaba's budget has been rejected and he's left having to scurry to make the changes necessary for the city council to pass it. It was demanded that he lower the tariff rates that he wants to raise.

Johannesburg mayor Mashaba will change his budget to get EFF vote
City of Johannesburg accused of stealing land from retired businessman

City of Johannesburg accused of stealing land from retired businessman

A retired businessman from Johannesburg is accusing the city of allowing people to live on his land without paying rent. The man wants compensation for his land or the families removed from his land in Lenasia.

City of Johannesburg accused of stealing land from retired businessman
‘One of my proudest moments’: Herman Mashaba’s daughter graduates

‘One of my proudest moments’: Herman Mashaba’s daughter graduates

Herman Mashaba, the Mayor of Johannesburg, was a proud dad recently as he attended his daughter Khensani's graduation ceremony. Mashaba shared photos of the occasion on Twitter. His followers congratulated Khensani.

‘One of my proudest moments’: Herman Mashaba’s daughter graduates
Mayor Mashaba's free water decision leads to questions of oppression of the poor

Mayor Mashaba's free water decision leads to questions of oppression of the poor

Johannesburg's mayor, Herman Mashaba, is making news headlines with his upsetting decisions in the management of South Africa's city of gold. Recently he decided to cut off people's access to free water, unsettling the citizens.

Mayor Mashaba's free water decision leads to questions of oppression of the poor
Sky’s the limit: Kasi entrepreneur employs 12 people and gives back to community

Sky’s the limit: Kasi entrepreneur employs 12 people and gives back to community

Zulu Zulu is a township entrepreneur. Through his business, Think Gutter, he employs 12 people and gives back to the community through sponsorships. His company manufactures rainwater gutters and installs them.

Sky’s the limit: Kasi entrepreneur employs 12 people and gives back to community
Mashaba says the ANC left the DA with a staggering service delivery backlog

Mashaba says the ANC left the DA with a staggering service delivery backlog

City of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said his administration had inherited a staggering service delivery backlog from the previous ANC led administration. Mashaba has revealed near critical backlog levels in Johannesburg.

Mashaba says the ANC left the DA with a staggering service delivery backlog
Herman Mashaba tells land invaders he will address their concerns

Herman Mashaba tells land invaders he will address their concerns

City of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has called on those who are illegally grabbing land to be patient and to work with the city. Mashaba said the city would address their concerns through a formal process.

Herman Mashaba tells land invaders he will address their concerns
Unhappy Newtown evictees accuse The Red Ants of undue violence, assault and theft (video and pictures)

Unhappy Newtown evictees accuse The Red Ants of undue violence, assault and theft (video and pictures)

Residents of the Bekezela informal community in Newtown, Johannesburg have accused The Red Ants of undue violence, assualt and theft after being evicted.

Unhappy Newtown evictees accuse The Red Ants of undue violence, assault and theft (video and pictures)
Six Months After Flash Flood Hit Alexandra Residents Are Still Living in Fear

Six Months After Flash Flood Hit Alexandra Residents Are Still Living in Fear

It’s been more than six months since a flash flood claimed the lives of seven people in Alexandra Township in Johannesburg, but residents there are still scared

Six Months After Flash Flood Hit Alexandra Residents Are Still Living in Fear
Billing Glitch Could Cost Johannesburg R1.3bn in Revenue Loss

Billing Glitch Could Cost Johannesburg R1.3bn in Revenue Loss

A Johannesburg City billing failure has caused a major billing crisis, with at least 500 000 accounts affected. This could result in a R1.3bn revenue loss.

Billing Glitch Could Cost Johannesburg R1.3bn in Revenue Loss
Gauteng Students March Against Gender Based Violence

Gauteng Students March Against Gender Based Violence

Students from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) have marched through the streets of Braamfontein to create awareness about gender based violence

Gauteng Students March Against Gender Based Violence
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