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  • More seek to jump on the bandwagon

    27 January 2015
  • Kilos shed in City’s weight-loss drive

    26 January 2015
  • City hosts Property Rates Policy Review meetings

    26 January 2015
  • New bins for Midrand and Protea Glen

    26 January 2015
  • long live Whitney Houston

    26 January 2015
  • Mayor moves to stop looting in Soweto

    24 January 2015
  • City housing verification system launched

    22 January 2015
  • Maboneng ascends global stage

    21 January 2015
  • Johannesburg to invest in Blue Economy

    20 January 2015
  • City unveils technology for housing backlog

    20 January 2015
  • Another global accolade for Joburg

    20 January 2015
  • City’s freight hub gets a revamp

    15 January 2015
  • Restless Jozi reawakens

    15 January 2015
  • Waste can give us power, says Pikitup

    15 January 2015
  • Gauteng education launch paperless classrooms

    14 January 2015
  • Bruma regains its former glory

    14 January 2015
  • Water treatment facility almost complete

    13 January 2015
  • Joburg expected to save millions from water project

    12 January 2015
  • Wayward JMPD officers probed

    07 January 2015
  • JMPD officers nab road hogs

    06 January 2015
  • The City of Joburg to host its annual New Year Celebrations

    30 December 2014
  • City's festive gift to vulnerable residents

    24 December 2014

Joburg in the news

Mayor moves to stop looting in Soweto
Executive Mayor Parks Tau visited several parts of Soweto following the unrest in the area. Read More

City housing verification system launched
The housing waiting list verification campaign has been launched. Read More

Maboneng ascends global stage
Maboneng Precinct – Jozi’s urban neighbourhood is making waves around the world. Read More

Johannesburg to invest in Blue Economy
The City of Johannesburg is set to take actions to invest in ventures and initiatives within the Blue Economy. Read More

City's bird eye view of housing backlog
The hi-tech system the City has embraced to compile a reliable and accurate housing waiting list is paying dividends. Read More

Another global accolade for Joburg
The City of Gold cemented its position as a major and popular global tourist destination. Read More

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IDP, Budget & SDBIP

1. The 2014/15 review of the

City of Johannesburg's
Integrated Development Plan 

1.1. 2012/16 Intergrated
Development Plan
1.2. 2014/15 Review

2. The 2014/15 Medium Term

3.  Service Delivery Budget &

Implementation Plan

 3.1 2014/15(SDBIP)


Annual Performance Report
for the period 1 July 2011
to 30 June 2012

IDP insert (budget speech)

Public notices

2015 Rates Property Rates Policy Review Public Meetings

Property owners and interested parties are invited and encouraged to get involved in the drafting of the 2015/16 Property Rates Policy. Submissions can be made up until 29/02/2015.Public meetings will be held in the following regions. Click here. We look forward to your valued input and sincerely do hope that you will attend. To view the current, Rates Policy, click here
Comments can be emailed to 

Region A: RSDF



Applying for residential tariffs for Property Owners who are billed at a business rates tariffs 

PROPERTY owners who are being billed at a business property rate tariff can apply to the City’s rates and taxes department to be charged at residential rates. Completed Individual Application can be emailed to: , or dropped off at the nearest City's walking Customer Service Centre. Rates Policy
2014 Application for Pensioner Rebate on Property Rates
*The city of Johannesburg is inviting new pensioners to apply for property rates rebate as well as reminding existing pensioners to re-apply for the rebate. 

70 Years and Older Pension Rebate on Property Rates

*The City is inviting pensioners, age 70 and above to apply for 100% property rates rebate. Kindly, email the relevant documents to or Fax to 011 727 0189.
70 Years and Older Pensioner Form [PDF, 38.52kb]

Do you as a new property owner know how to get your Property Rates Account created?
*Change of ownership[PDF,101kb]