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  • ‘Blesser-blessee’ relations condemned at dialogue

    01 July 2016
  • Major training boost for City’s small-scale farmers

    01 July 2016
  • President, Mayor bring electricity to Thembelihle Informal Settlement

    01 July 2016
  • Seminar on Green Research and Innovation gives City greenlight

    30 June 2016
  • Alex youth urged to safeguard property

    30 June 2016
  • Jozi named a world-class city for women entrepreneurs

    30 June 2016
  • City intensifies winter safety drive to save lives

    29 June 2016
  • Mayor addresses e-tolls at Lenasia Ntirhisano

    29 June 2016
  • City helps commuters cushion the Rea Vaya fare increase

    28 June 2016
  • African University Games kick off in Joburg and Tshwane

    27 June 2016
  • MMC Molwele comes to the rescue after shack fire

    27 June 2016
  • Mayor announces plans to steer youth away from drugs

    27 June 2016
  • Memory Walk re-enacts historic 1976 march

    27 June 2016
  • Land deal paves the way to development in Alex

    27 June 2016
  • Alexandra’s Simelane wins the 2016 Healthy Kota competition

    27 June 2016
  • Mayor Tau’s son tells Yellow Ribbon event of his pain of drugs

    27 June 2016
  • Fun galore for City kids during winter holidays

    24 June 2016
  • It's now easier to do business in Jozi

    23 June 2016
  • SACN report celebrates progress, admits challenges in cities

    23 June 2016
  • SACN report points to reduction of poverty in Jozi

    23 June 2016
  • City dishes out millions in Jozi@Work packages

    22 June 2016
  • City wraps up Youth Expo at Nasrec

    22 June 2016
  • Minister Zulu lauds Jozi's bold economic strategies at SAITEX

    21 June 2016
  • Youths make Alex come alive

    19 June 2016
  • Exhibition shows MyAlex through the eyes of the youth

    19 June 2016
  • City sets up Youth Dialogue Forum to uplift youth

    19 June 2016
  • Mayor inspires youth at Alex Bua Le Sechaba

    17 June 2016
  • Ramaphosa leads tribute to fallen June 1976 heroes

    17 June 2016
  • Hastings Ndlovu’s legacy honoured in June 16 street renaming

    17 June 2016
  • Mayor kickstarts Marlboro Automotive Hub during Alex Bua Le Sechaba

    17 June 2016
  • Orlando Stadium packed for 40th anniversary of June 16

    17 June 2016
  • Revolution in the theatre

    15 June 2016
  • Soweto theatre stages Rhythm Colour to mark June 16 1976

    15 June 2016
  • Peter Magubane launches book on June 16 uprising

    15 June 2016
  • Mayor Tau tackles Alex land issue at Bua Le Sechaba

    15 June 2016
  • Bua Le Sechaba unveils Alex development projects

    15 June 2016
  • Joburg braces itself for another shopping festival

    15 June 2016
  • City honours unsung June 16 1976 heroes

    15 June 2016
  • City, Avis deliver shoes to Mikateka Primary School

    15 June 2016
  • Soweto Theatre screens Sarafina to mark June 16

    13 June 2016
  • Mayor Tau unveils plague for 1976 activist

    13 June 2016
  • SANCA, City help Riverlea addicts quit drugs

    10 June 2016
  • New human settlement on the cards for Rabie Ridge

    09 June 2016
  • City and AB inBev in a health literacy, entrepreneurship deal

    09 June 2016
  • Mayor Tau launches ehealth system for Jozi clinics

    09 June 2016
  • Public Art Competition for Council Chamber Open for Public

    08 June 2016
  • MMC Mathang opens SME hub in Alexandra

    08 June 2016
  • Jozi inner city belongs to everyone

    08 June 2016
  • Mayor Tau moves to resolve high water bills in Ebony Park

    08 June 2016
  • Joburg celebrates environment month

    07 June 2016


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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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