The metro is rolling out healthcare services to its informal settlements.
The metro is aiding youngsters by giving them swimming lessons in an effort to lower the drowning rate.
Known for hosting community meetings and other big social events, the Germiston City Hall seems to be deteriorating.
Noise pollution can be seen as a violation of the peace of mind of community members and the regulation of local municipal by-laws in township communities.
Twenty Ekurhuleni Disaster and Emergency Management Services firefighters commended for their help in fighting Johannesburg fire.
The public is invited to come and listen to the allocation of bids in the metro.
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.