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Ramaphosa addresses Alexandra, says he thought Mashaba would have come first

Speaking at Alexandra Stadium on Thursday, President Cyril Ramaphosa told residents the area “is not a dumping ground”

The Vaal remains up shit creek

Budgetary constraints have resulted in a plan that won’t cope with Sedibeng’s sewage flow

We’ll pay Eskom, not municipality

Businesses are hard hit by blackouts because local government owes the power utility billions of rand

‘Do the right thing’

The ANC’s Gauteng secretary says ‘revolutionary morality’ demands that the controversial leaders must put people first

Makhura confirms cash-strapped Emfuleni municipality placed under administration.

Makhura said the province will have financial control over the struggling municipality ― which includes the towns of Vereeniging and Vanderbijlpark

ANC says Emfuleni mayor back on the job

​Jacob Khawe is back in his position as mayor of Emfuleni after resigning earlier this week after just six months on the job

Emfuleni mayor resigns after municipality placed under administration

After only holding the position for three months, Jacob Khawe has resigned with immediate effect

Gauteng municipal landscape set to change

Gauteng is set to get a new metro with the merger of Emfuleni and Midvaal local municipalities and Sedibeng district municipality.

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