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  • City, Microsoft in R200-m deal to empower the poor

    29 July 2016
  • City gives deaf learners taste of the music industry

    29 July 2016
  • Mayor highlights plight of the homeless in CEO SleepOut

    29 July 2016
  • Joburg scoops top SAPI planning award

    29 July 2016
  • Minister Nzimande, MEC Lesufi praise City’s Matric rewrite programme

    28 July 2016
  • Military veterans welcome City’s housing policies

    28 July 2016
  • Mayor hands families keys to new homes in Lufhereng

    28 July 2016
  • Mayor unveils R260m Lufhereng Substation

    28 July 2016
  • Over 400 social housing units to be built in Lufhereng

    28 July 2016
  • Metrobus takes the lead to Jozi’s green future

    27 July 2016
  • Time to shop till you drop at the Joburg Shopping Festival

    27 July 2016
  • Final push to reach #Nappies4Dignity 1 million mark

    27 July 2016
  • Socioeconomic conference empowers women entrepreneurs

    27 July 2016
  • Mayor Tau ready for CEO SleepOut

    27 July 2016
  • Joburg Mayor Tau walks the talk to a drug-free city

    25 July 2016
  • City in call to make golf accessible to everyone

    22 July 2016
  • Soweto learners given an easy ride to school

    22 July 2016
  • Mayor Tau walks the talk to highlight dangers of drug abuse

    22 July 2016
  • Mayor Tau gives two Jozi Olympians a great send-off

    22 July 2016
  • Socioeconomic Conference for Women in Business off to good start

    22 July 2016
  • Mayor addresses power outages in northern suburbs

    21 July 2016
  • Emotions as shack dwellers move into new City homes

    21 July 2016
  • More informal settlements in Joburg get electricity

    20 July 2016
  • JMPD unveils specialised vehicles to enhance safety

    20 July 2016
  • Sephuma mentors budding musicians at Jozi workshop

    20 July 2016
  • City gives aftercare centre a facelift on Mandela Day

    19 July 2016
  • Mayor Tau spreads Madiba Day cheer at old age home

    19 July 2016
  • City gives Eyethu Centre a birthday gift on Madiba Day

    19 July 2016
  • Jozi@Work dishes out jobs to Alex residents

    18 July 2016
  • All you need to know about voting

    15 July 2016
  • Joburg to honour Madiba during Mandela Month

    15 July 2016
  • Healthy Joburg Bread in the oven near you

    15 July 2016
  • Mayor hands over converted Jabulani Hostel units

    15 July 2016
  • Mayor Tau hands out title deeds to Soweto residents

    15 July 2016
  • Scores of Soweto families move into brand new homes

    14 July 2016
  • Innovative Letsoso scoops top Soweto business award

    14 July 2016
  • City gives Jozi’s youth the key to opportunities

    14 July 2016
  • Dobsonville JOSHCO flats set for occupation

    13 July 2016
  • New micro mall gives Ivory Park entrepreneurs a big lift-off

    13 July 2016
  • City pumping R3bn into Jabulani Precinct

    13 July 2016
  • City launches low-flush cistern to conserve water

    13 July 2016
  • Mayoral Golf Day raises R1.2-m for orphans

    13 July 2016
  • City unveils first township business incubator

    12 July 2016
  • Jozi Mayor, others pledge to uphold electoral code

    11 July 2016
  • Pikitup MD Amanda Nair remains on special leave

    08 July 2016
  • City launches R400-m transport facility in Kazerne

    08 July 2016
  • Turffontein ready for major social housing project

    08 July 2016
  • SMMEs to get a slice of a R9-million cake

    07 July 2016
  • Jozi SME Hub ‘is growing from strength to strength’

    07 July 2016
  • End of Term report notes reduction in poverty

    07 July 2016


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We do check the consumption against your consumption history, and if your reading is particularly high or low, you will need to give us a reason for the difference.

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You can enter multiple readings during the month, we will keep a history of all the readings, but only the latest one at the time of billing will be used.

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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
2016 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. 

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*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.
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