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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Oct
17

GRANT-IN-AID APPLICATIONS OPEN

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Applications are open for grant in aid 2018/2019, and should focus on providing creative and innovative programmes and/or services that address the following high level priority areas: Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture and Social Cohesion; Local Economic Development and Sustainable Job Creation; and Health and Social Development. The purpose of t...
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Oct
10

CoE FIREFIGHTER TO JUDGE AT WORLD RESCUE COMPETITION

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Disaster and Emergency Management Services (DEMS) crew commander, based at Leon Ferreira Fire Station in Boksburg, Phillip Jacobus "PJ" Reid has been appointed a judge for the 2018 World Rescue Challenge. PJ Reid is one of five South Africans who join 21 assessors from all over the world in Cape Town from 21 – 26 October for the 2018 World Rescue C...
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Oct
09

CLEAN GOVERNANCE IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR IS NOT NEGOTIABLE - MAYOR MASINA

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The City is unwavering in its quest for good governance and transparency. This is what Mayor Mzwandile Masina told delegates at the Chartered Institute of Government Finance, Audit & Risk Officers (CIGFARO) conference currently underway at Emperors Palace in Boksburg. He said the City's collection, management and distribution of financial resou...
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Sep
27

grant-in-aid applications open

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Grant-in-Aid for 2018/2019 financial year applications are now open, closing on 31 October 2018. The Grant-in-Aid funding is one of the City's development programmes set to financially assist organisations that share a common mission of improving the quality of life for residents of the City. Proposals for funding should focus on providing creative...
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Sep
20

I AM MORE THAN JUST MY SKIN – BREAK THE STEREOTYPE ON ALBINISM

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Thabelo Makgashana was barely seven years old when he realised he was different , and started isolating himself because his peers in primary school called him names and others feared him because of misconceptions about his condition – albinism. Now aged 26, Makgashana is an HIV/AIDS peer educator at the Tembisa Healthcare Centre who no longer lives...
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