What is e-Tshwane?

e-Tshwane is an online platform created to improve communication between the City, employees and ratepayers.

The online service enables users to view a full history of all their accounts, from registration to payments made using the e-Tshwane site. e-Tshwane also issues account statement notifications and notifications on successful payments made through the...
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The soul that has gone, was indeed a great one. Rest In Peace Joost van der Westhuizen.
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A big bundle of cuteness
Meet one of our special babies in Rietvlei Nature Reserve – Ubuntu.
She or he was born on 20 January 2017 and has all the cuteness that a baby animal can possibly have. Once Ubuntu’s mother India has settled in with the new baby, we will venture closer to see if it is a boy or a girl. India is ten years old and has been in the reserve since 2011.
All the rhinos in...
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Our own cheetah cubs

Rietvlei Nature Reserve has three newborn inhabitants – the cubs of cheetah parents Kiara and Sabona. It is the first time that cheetah cubs were born in the reserve.

Rietvlei Nature Reserve is supporting the Endangered Wildlife Trust’s cheetah rewilding project. Kiara was one of several young cheetahs that were introduced back into the wild at Rietvlei. As part of the...
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20 January 2017

Some residents of Soshanguve Block VV in the north of Tshwane were left without power supply due to a fault on a feeder cable. This seriously affected power supply to three mini substations in the area.

The City’s technicians have excavated the soil at the point where the defect occurred and are busy with repairs.

Consumers are urged to treat all electrical apparatus as...
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City rewards top learners

The Executive Mayor of Tshwane, Councillor Solly Msimanga awarded the top 30 learners in Tshwane who excelled in their 2016 matric examinations.
Msimanga praised the class of 2016 for their excellent results. He promised to create an environment and atmosphere that attract investors to Tshwane, and said: “I will make sure we have created enough jobs for you by the...
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Executive Mayor's visit toTaiwan’s capital
Come and join us on the 31 December 2016 at Church Square. #TshwaneNYE
We are doing our best to give the children of Tshwane the City they deserve this Christmas. Do your Part! Pay your municipal account on time and in full. When you pay your account in full, on time, you ensure that we have the necessary funds to bring you better services.
Don't spend Christmas in the dark. Spend wisely this Christmas. Don't spend money you do not have on things that you don't need. Remember to pay your municaipal account on time and in full.
100 Days: The work to turn the capital around has only just begun but progress has been made

Madam Speaker of Council,
Leader of the Opposition, Mmusi Maimane,
Members of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature,
Executive Mayors present,
Ambassadors and High Commissioners,
The Chief Whip of Council,
The Leaders of Executive Business,
Members of the Mayoral Committee,
Fellow Councillors,...
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