Jozi, service costs to soar, but don’t worry, the fire engines will rock
Joburg residents will fork out between 2% and 15% more for utilities, but the city is promising big things in return
Joburg residents will have to cough up more to live in the city, but will get some benefits in return for increases on rates, taxes and municipal services.
Finance member of the mayoral committee Jolidee Matongo delivered the city’s annual budget to the council chamber on Tuesday.
The R73.3bn budget will on Thursday be handed to acting city manager Floyd Brink and the executive management team to deliver on the commitments...