Ekhuruleni Blog

Health Check At police station

15-05-2020Tembisa Police station EkurhuleniRapule Moiloa These days SAPS department has been in the forefront for many different crime activities to these day they are still in the front making sure that citizens adhere to rules and regulations of the lockdown and not only that they are protecting the citizens, before […]

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Children – Kids no place to play

23-04-2020Tembisa Vusimuzi EkurhuleniRapule Moiloa For many people lock down looks as individual choice although it is meant to keep everyone safe regardless of race, financial status. It is sad to see kids playing outside at the grave side while parents see them and say nothing as if the lockdown announcement […]

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Breaking rules and regulations

20-04-2020Soweto BramfisherThamie Mokoena For the community of Bramfisher is business as usual people move around as if life is normal and that the country is not on lockdown due to the virus. Yesterday someone was using a whistle to call people outside to the streets as a whistle is used […]

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Eskom have applied for a huge increase in the electricity price – 20%.

Community Alerts/Meshack Mbangula/EEO/27 Sep 17 Their application has been lodged with NERSA who have now invited comments from the public. I hope residents & organisations will make use of the opportunity to make their views known. Send your e-mail to mypd@nersa.org.za – the closing date for comments is the 13th […]

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Consultation company sends out invitations late to the community to avoid participation

Community Alerts/ Sandile Nombeni/ Ekurhuleni/31 May 2017 Since mid 2015 Ekurhuleni Environmental Organisation had last opposed the decommissioning and construction of a Waste Incinerator license that was proposed by Western Platinum Refineries (Lonmin PTY,LTD) in Kwa-Thema Reedville, on Monday 29th May  Ekurhuleni Environmental Organisation has received an invitation  from Jones […]

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Stealing of Copper taps in Kwa-Tsaduza

Community Alerts/ Luyanda Ntombela/ Ekurhuleni/31 May 2017 In Kwa-Tsaduza( Kwa-Thema, Duduza and Tsakane) we have a challenge of  theft of copper taps as a result they are replaced with plastic ones. This initiative contributes to the problem of leaking taps, considering the challenge of rusted pipes due to old infrastructure […]

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