City of Ekurhuleni

Ekurhuleni Press Releases

Press releases from Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality are available below, and archived by year on the right.
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Jan
19

odour IN WATER DOES not present a health risk

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​ Ekurhuleni customers may have experienced an odour in water - this is due to the presence of geosmin that mostly occurs in the hot summer season. There is no need to be alarmed, the water is safe to drink. Geosmin is a naturally occurring compound produced by bacteria in soil and algae found in surface water. The intensity of these odours is rela...
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Jan
18

EKURHULENI NORTHERN REGION EXHIBITION

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The Moses Molelekwa Art Centre is pleased to announce its latest show: The Moses Molelekwa Art Centre delighted to announce news of our exhibition titled " Ekurhuleni North Artists. It is a group art exhibition of paintings, mixed media, collage and sculptures by artists from the North. The exhibition opens on Saturday 3 February 2018, at the Moses...
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Dec
15

practice precautionary measures to prevent listeriosis

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' Tis the season to be merry where lots of food will be prepared and enjoyed with loved ones. As a result, the City of Ekurhuleni urges residents to practice precautionary measures when preparing food. This comes after the National Health Department announced the listeriosis outbreak throughout the country last week. Listeriosis is food poisoning c...
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Dec
06

Junior Councillors get recognition for their tenure

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Initiated in 2015, the Junior City Council is represented by 99 junior councillors from different schools across the three regions of Ekurhuleni. The structure was launched with the aim to formalize youth issues, develop leadership capabilities and educate young learners about municipal structures and governance matters. The Pass Out Parade held on...
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Dec
06

RESIDENTS DISCOURAGED FROM GIVING GIFTS TO WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES EMPLOYEES

Refuse Removal
Residents are urged not to give gifts to the employees of Waste Management Services Department when they collect refuse from households, as this negatively affects the rendering of the services. Should employees harass residents for gifts, residents are urged to get the employees' names or/and vehicle registration number. These details can be given...
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