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Herman Mashaba transforming Jozi’s inner city

Since taking over the City of Johannesburg, Mayor Herman Mashaba has committed his administration to transforming Johannesburg’s inner city to make it a prosperous, inclusive and safe place for residents to live and work. So far, under Mayor Mashaba’s leadership, the City has made massive inroads into the scourge of property hijackings in the inner…

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Register to vote for total change

The following remarks were made today by DA Leader, Mmusi Maimane, during a registration drive in Kaalfontein, Johannesburg. Maimane was joined by the Mayor of Johannesburg, Herman Mashaba, and DA Regional Chair, Heinrich Volmink. It’s great to be here in Gauteng, the economic heartland of our beautiful nation. Gauteng’s residents are leading our country in more…

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Mayor Mashaba opens first ever Community Based Substance Abuse Treatment Centre

This week, Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba opened the first ever Community Based Substance Abuse Treatment Centre in Tladi, Soweto as part of the City’s war against substance abuse. Mayor Mashaba, told the residents of Soweto that there should be no place for drug peddlers in Johannesburg communities and that the treatment centre would be there…

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6 hijacked properties handed back to owners in DA-led Jozi

Six properties that were in the hands of hijackers have been handed back to their rightful owners in DA-led Jozi. It is alleged that one of the properties, situated in Forest Hill, was hijacked five years ago, with the other five properties hijacked between four and eight months ago. This brings the total number of hijacked…

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349 title deeds delivered to the residents of Pennyville

This past Saturday, 334 title deeds were handed out to beneficiaries of state-subsidised housing in Pennyville, with a further 15 new recipients receiving their title deeds on Monday. The dignity of living within a home, let alone the ownership of one, is not felt by many of our residents due to the mismanagement and inaction…

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