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  • It’s time for robust action, Minister tells Africities 7

    30 November 2015
  • City hires service provider to mitigate Pikitup strike

    30 November 2015
  • City honours South Africa’s cultural and literary legends

    30 November 2015
  • MMC reiterates plea to use water responsibly

    27 November 2015
  • City gives prisoners a get-out-of-jail card

    27 November 2015
  • Speak out against violence and abuse, pleads Twala-Tau

    26 November 2015
  • World AIDS Day: Mayor calls for an end to stigmatisation

    26 November 2015
  • Abuse of the elderly tops the City’s 16-Days agenda

    25 November 2015
  • Pikitup explores contingency measures in wake of strike

    25 November 2015
  • Province, City give Pirates support ahead of big match

    25 November 2015
  • Kliptown residents call for housing at Bua Le Sechaba

    24 November 2015
  • Joburg ready to host the Africities Summit – Mayor Tau

    24 November 2015
  • Jozi’s teen entrepreneurs mean business

    23 November 2015
  • Massive support for #Savewater campaign

    23 November 2015
  • Maftown heights to rock Jozi

    23 November 2015
  • City cracks down on fraud syndicate

    21 November 2015
  • City’s Social Burial Policy set to undergo major changes

    20 November 2015
  • Drama brings real and dream worlds together

    19 November 2015
  • City releases millions for Jozi@Work projects

    19 November 2015
  • R34m rehab centre to help young addicts

    18 November 2015
  • Zamimpilo residents find new homes in Fleurhof

    18 November 2015
  • Innovation key to growth, Minister tells entrepreneurs

    18 November 2015
  • City Power spends R500m to revitalise substations

    17 November 2015
  • MMCs pledge increased service delivery at Bua le Sechaba

    17 November 2015
  • JRA’s plea as rehabilitation of bridges starts

    17 November 2015
  • Soweto Fashion Week draws new-era designers

    17 November 2015
  • Teenage sensation wins 947 Cycle Challenge

    16 November 2015
  • Site of Sandton bridge collapse cleansed

    13 November 2015
  • It’s game on for the 947 Momentum Cycle Challenge

    13 November 2015
  • Reduce water demand, Minister urges Jozi residents

    13 November 2015
  • Gauteng Fashion Council to boost local fashion industry

    12 November 2015
  • Diepkloof hostel residents allocated brand new homes

    12 November 2015
  • Party-time as JAG’s iconic building turns 100

    11 November 2015
  • MEC Creecy reaches out to township businesses

    10 November 2015
  • City task team to look into inner city evictions

    10 November 2015
  • Volunteers spruce up Midrand

    09 November 2015
  • Jozi pays tribute to SA's fallen heroes and heroines

    09 November 2015
  • City, Novo Nordisk ride to raise funds for diabetic children

    08 November 2015
  • Use water sparingly, urges City

    08 November 2015
  • Call for public comment on Inner City Managed Lanes

    06 November 2015


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Once you are registered, you must link your account number to your profile by entering the PIN Number printed on your most recent statement.

Select the specific meter on your account and enter the reading.

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.

Your reading will be accepted, but will be verified by our meter readers.

Your reading will stay in the system until the next billing cycle. Your reading will then be used to bill you.

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.

The best time to submit your meter readings is about 15 days before the payment due date. So if your due date is the 1st, then your reading should be recorded on the 15th of the previous month.

icity service provider, has a novel approach to business – it tries very hard to get you to use less power. With the ever-increasing need to conserve the planet’s scare resources and cut down on activities that cause pollution, City Power is ever aware of the need to encourage consumers to “think green”.

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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
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