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  • Jozi@Work brings hope to Poortjie community

    11 February 2016
  • Westbury-Perth Corridor gathers speed

    10 February 2016
  • Corridors of Freedom gets Global Environmental Fund investment

    10 February 2016
  • Jozi is cool, says GQ mag

    09 February 2016
  • Joburg to host DEMO Africa conference

    08 February 2016
  • Unemployed offered Jozi@Work cake

    08 February 2016
  • Backlogs at licensing centres ‘almost cleared’

    05 February 2016
  • City breathing new life into informal settlements

    04 February 2016
  • City allocates Jozi@Work packages worth R1.2 million

    04 February 2016
  • Interfaith dialogue put on hold amid disagreements

    04 February 2016
  • Boreholes - key to saving water in Joburg

    04 February 2016
  • IEC sets aside two days for voter registration

    04 February 2016
  • Demand for church sites in Joburg skyrockets

    03 February 2016
  • Stakeholders boost Region C disaster management

    03 February 2016
  • City moves to address challenges in Ivory Park

    03 February 2016
  • Informal settlement gets a big makeover

    02 February 2016
  • Family business cutting it under Jozi@Work

    01 February 2016
  • MMC Molwele leads City’s weight-loss programme

    01 February 2016
  • Alexandra up for a major environmental overhaul

    01 February 2016
  • Mayor Tau calls on youth to take up opportunities

    01 February 2016
  • Soweto Theatre grooming future stars

    01 February 2016
  • Municipal polls to increase size of the City’s legislature

    29 January 2016
  • Joburg tackles illegal outdoor advertising

    29 January 2016
  • Annual report shows positive outlook for Joburg

    29 January 2016
  • A trip down Memory Lane with Woza Albert! in Jozi

    29 January 2016
  • Municipal polls to increase size of the City’s legislature

    29 January 2016
  • City clamps down on illegal power connections

    28 January 2016
  • JRA injects millions into M1 bridge revamp

    27 January 2016
  • City acts to mitigate drought

    27 January 2016
  • Let us collect your bulk waste – Pikitup

    25 January 2016
  • City spreads healthy living culture to 250 schools

    25 January 2016
  • Soweto Theatre sets the stage for new actors

    25 January 2016
  • Joburg Theatre relives Freddy Mercury's magic

    18 January 2016
  • Young, talented SA golfers dominate Joburg Open

    18 January 2016
  • Joburg Open first round raises SA’s hopes

    15 January 2016
  • Joburg takes water to Senekal

    15 January 2016
  • Another young Joburg woman found burnt to death

    14 January 2016
  • Moulding Jozi’s future golf champs

    14 January 2016
  • Joburg Open gets under way

    14 January 2016
  • Magic returns to Joburg Theatre

    12 January 2016
  • Els to swing it at Joburg Open

    12 January 2016
  • Sad farewell for burn victim Zestah September

    11 January 2016
  • Thousands mourn slain student Palesa Madiba

    11 January 2016
  • JMPD keeps the peace during New Year festivities

    04 January 2016
  • MMC Lemao calls for restraint during New Year Eve festivities

    30 December 2015
  • New opportunities waiting in Jozi@Work pipeline

    23 December 2015
  • Green City Challenge brings innovations to the City

    22 December 2015
  • Joburg Market CEO dismissed

    22 December 2015
  • Ziyaduma! It’s about you! The City of Joburg Countdown to 2016!

    21 December 2015
  • Eagle-eyed cameras keep watch over Joburg streets

    21 December 2015

Joburg in the news

Rates Policy review process begins
The City of Johannesburg is to consider current economic conditions facing property owners when it embarks on its
property Rates Policy review process for 2016/2017. Read More

Message from the Revenue Shared Services Centre
Thanking all our loyal customers for the support throughout the year. Read More
Call for Inner City Managed Lanes public comment
The City of Johannesburg is conducting a feasibility study on managed lanes in a number of streets in the inner city. Read More

Approved SDBIP sets stage for Final Push
The City is to intensify its delivery of services following the approval by Council of its 2015-2016 SDBIP. Read More

Residents to join Joburg’s digital revolution
More than 720 000 households in various parts of Joburg will over the next 18 months be trained in digital literacy. Read More
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Recent campaigns and services

Corridors of freedom - your life in one place.


CoJ Healthy Lifestyle Schools Programme
The programme helps create a healthier school environment & encourages educators & learners to live healthier lives. 

Service alerts
Keeping you informed about roadworks, water upgrades and refuse removals.
Tenders and Quotations
COPIES of current tenders and quotations are available to download.
For all your billing information, credit control, rates and related queries.

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IDP, Budget & SDBIP


2015/16 Budget Book

The 2015/16 Medium Term Budget continues to focus on ensuring financial sustainability while delivering on

the programs outlined in the Integrated Development Plan (IDP) and Growth and Development Strategy (GDS).

2015 - 16 IDP Review

The 2015/16 IDP Review is about accelerating implementation and shifting targets beyond the delivery of basic services.

Final SDBIP Deviation Report

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

Public notices


2015/2016 Rates Policy

The City has approved the 2015/2016 Property Rates Policy. Click here to view the 2015/2016 Property Rates Policy. The Policy will be effective from the 1st July 2015.For more information email

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
2015 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]