Any illegal activities or suspicious behaviour should be reported through the municipal call centre on 086 054 3000.
The suspects appeared for a third time in court on June 13.
The metro discusses its electricity tariffs.
The resident claim the metro promised them better living conditions and serviced stands.
Chief whip of council Clr Jongizizwe Dlabathi has warned against the illegal occupation of municipal land and houses, saying local government must act swiftly against the perpetrators.
The consequences of operating an unregistered ECD is that the facility may be shut down.
The metro involves residents in IDP and budget drafts during consultative meetings.
Underground cable causes electricity glitch and leaves family of four without electricity for just over seven days.
The Ekurhuleni metro recorded the highest unemployment rate, 33 per cent, due to an increased number of active jobseekers.
Ekurhuleni Disaster and Emergency Management Services (DEMS) has decried the violence and vandalism aimed at its firefighters when responding to emergency calls in the townships.
The Advertiser recently requested comment from the Ekurhuleni Metro Police Department (EMPD) on the prevalence of traffic lights, mostly at main intersections, facing the wrong direction due to, seemingly, been physically forced that way.