Proposed Increase in Rates and Tariffs - 2021
There has been a lot of discussion about the proposed increase in the rates and tariffs imposed by the City of Johannesburg, some of it misinformed, so SAPRA has set out below the most recent proposal by the City.
Outstanding Service Award to Tessa Turvey
SAPRA has celebrated outstanding service by Tessa Turvey, a previous chairperson of the residents association.
Egoli Gas Pipe Project for Parkwood
Joburg's New Rates and Tariffs
Joburg Parks during Lockdown
Community Action Network
During the lockdown period in South Africa, a number of charitable institutions have risen to the occasion to help those in need.
Waste Management and Disposal
Boombadotmobi (Boomba) is a waste management business platform that facilitates the process of responsible waste disposal.
Sewer Replacement in Parkwood
Water Restrictions in Joburg
Spring Season - a reminder of level 1 water restrictions in the City of Joburg
As the country embrace the beginning of spring season which will lead to hot summer months soon, residents of the City of Johannesburg are reminded that level-1 water restrictions are still in full force.
Tessa Turvey, the chairman of SAPRA had this to say about the very successful stormwater clean-up campaign:
Owl Box in Fearnhead Park
Getting Potholes Fixed
Are you tired of seeing potholes and wonder why they are not being fixed? Often this is because the City is unaware of the pothole. You can help solve the problem and help us all by reporting this irritating pothole.
Shothole Borer - Help from Urban Forest
The Impact of New Electricity Tariffs
The impact that the new electricity tariffs has on the residents can best be illustrated using a series of tables constructed by The City of Johannesburg
Impact of New Water Tariffs
The City has produced an impact illustration of what the increase in water tariffs will do for its citizens
Shot Hole Borer and our Trees
Johannesburg's urban forest is facing a growing risk in the form of a new beetle called the Polyphagous Shothole Borer (or Euwallacea fornicatus for those who prefer the Latin name). This threat is capable of detroying a large proportion of Johannesburg's famous urban forest.