Office of The Executive Mayor


The City of Ekurhuleni has committed to making a provision for two big generators to keep the Xhosa reservoir running efficiently to increase on water supply for the residents of Tsakane.

The reservoir has been badly affected by the ongoing loadshedding affecting the water supply to some parts of the township.

The commitment was made when the Executive Mayor of the City of Ekurhuleni, Cllr Sivuyile Ngodwana, and members of the mayoral committee visited the community of Tsakani this morning as part of the ongoing Mayoral Outreach Programme aimed at assessing service delivery in the city. During the visit, the team put all hands on deck to assist the Waste Management team in cleaning up illegal dumping outside the community library.  Furthermore, there was patching of potholes near Pholosong Regional Hospital in Tsakani.

This visit provided the Mayor and his team with valuable insights into the challenges facing the community of Tsakani and helped identify areas where improvements can be made to improve the quality of life for the residents.

Cllr Ngodwana and his team were accompanied by representatives from various municipal departments, who were on hand to respond to any service delivery complaints, questions or concerns raised by the community.

The first citizen expressed his commitment to ensuring that all residents of Ekurhuleni have access to basic quality services, and he emphasised the importance of working around the clock to resolve service delivery concerns raised by communities within the service level standards of the city.

“As The People’s Government we shall forever put the people first and their issues are our core business,” the Mayor outlined.

Issued by the Office of the Executive Mayor of the City of Ekurhuleni