The city now provides a facility where your monthly account is available in PDF format to be printed, viewed or mailed. The service will be available on a permanent basis.
By following the easy instructions, in a matter of minutes you will be able view or download your statements for the past three months.
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When there is not enough electricity available to meet the demand from all Eskom customers, it could be necessary to interrupt supply to certain areas. This is called load shedding. It is different from a power outage that could occur for several other reasons.
It is a last resort to balance electricity supply and demand.
Eskom will only apply load-shedding when all other options have been exhausted.
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The City Planning Department of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality is in the process of formulating Regional Spatial Development Frameworks for five regions namely Regions B, C, D, E and F.
Have your say in the creation of a sustainable city.
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MA’ BERTHA GXOWA
The City of Ekurhuleni in partnership with the Gauteng provincial government will on Saturday, 29 November 2014 commemorate the life of Mam’ Bertha Gxowa through a series events that will commence with a declaration of her grave site as a Provincial Heritage Site, the programme will proceed to the Ke-di tselana Cultural Village in Vosloorus where her statues will be unveiled.
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The City of Ekurhuleni has established the O R Tambo Narrative Centre in Wattville. Here, a multimedia, interactive exhibition will narrate, commemorate and celebrate the life and legacy of O R and Adelaide Tambo, and describe the significant people, historical places and events in Wattville that are associated with their lives and times.
The Narrative Centre is part of a larger precinct which includes a monument at the OR and Adelaide Tambo gravesite, an environmental centre, a crafts centre and an amphitheatre for performing arts.
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