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The City of Ekurhuleni Responds to the Article Published by Amabhungane

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The City of Ekurhuleni has noted with great concern the article published by amaBhungane titled, “Millions in, billions out’ Part 2. In the report, which was published on Tuesday, 4 May 2021, the authors Micah Reddy and Stefaans Brümmer purposefully…

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The City of Ekurhuleni Responds to the Article Published by Amabhungane

The City of Ekurhuleni has noted with great concern the article published by amaBhungane titled, “Millions in, billions out’ Part 2. In the report, which was published on Tuesday, 4 May 2021, the authors Micah Reddy and Stefaans Brümmer purposefully omit critical information submitted by the city in response to their investigation. In the article, the authors state the following: “From 2016, the City of Ekurhuleni, one of Gauteng’s major industrial centres, became LTE’s new rainmaker, awarding the company a series of large contracts. Since that year, the metro has paid LTE in excess of R345-million according to detailed information the city disclosed in response to a Promotion of Access to…

City to Auction Excess Livestock Following Successful Breeding

The City of Ekurhuleni keeps animals in line with its Keeping Livestock policy approved by Council in 2009. The livestock improvement programme was introduced to breed stud quality, healthy animals for educational purposes in well maintained facilities. The majority of suburban residents do not have the means or opportunity to visit a farm or a nature reserve. One of the many roles of the City is to provide residents with safe open spaces, and to link it to some form of education. Maintaining these spaces costs money and the City has to find ways of subsidising the maintenance costs of these facilities. Forms of income include entrance fees, renting out of lapas, hosting open air events as…

The City of Ekurhuleni Responds to the Article Published by Amabhungane

The City of Ekurhuleni has noted with great concern the article published by amaBhungane titled, “Millions in, billions out’ Part 2. In the report, which was published on Tuesday, 4 May 2021, the authors Micah Reddy and Stefaans Brümmer purposefully omit critical information submitted by the city in response to their investigation. In the article, the authors state the following: “From 2016, the City of Ekurhuleni, one of Gauteng’s major industrial centres, became LTE’s new rainmaker, awarding the company a series of large contracts. Since that year, the metro has paid LTE in excess of R345-million according to detailed information the city disclosed in response to a Promotion of Access to…

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