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  • Mayor Mashaba speaks out against high levels of crime

    24 March 2017
  • Five more Jozi clinics ready to extend operating hours

    24 March 2017
  • Rhodes Park gets a 24-hour security surveillance system

    24 March 2017
  • Joburg Zoo pleads: Help us to help sick animals

    24 March 2017
  • Mayor Mashaba unveils a 24-hour traffic hotline

    24 March 2017
  • Joburg to turn into ‘Dark City’ to celebrate Earth Hour

    23 March 2017
  • City celebrates Library Week

    23 March 2017
  • City declares war on alien invasive vegetation

    23 March 2017
  • High profile personalities grace Soweto Country Club's Pro-Am

    22 March 2017
  • City spends R189-million on 28 new fire engines

    22 March 2017
  • Soweto Country Club hailed as golf venue of the future

    22 March 2017
  • MMC gives the regeneration of Braamfontein Precinct impetus

    20 March 2017
  • Bogus inspectors are on the loose, businesses warned

    20 March 2017
  • City devises plan to save lives during flooding

    20 March 2017
  • Jozi SMMEs given a 'passport' to access international trade

    20 March 2017
  • Joburg promotes African togetherness through sport

    17 March 2017
  • Johannesburg ‘needs skilled foreigners to boost economy’

    17 March 2017
  • Reintegration of entities will be sensitive, promises Mayor Mashaba

    17 March 2017
  • Mayor unveils new move to arrest traffic congestion

    16 March 2017
  • Joburg Zoo Hospital gets a R4.8-million makeover

    16 March 2017
  • Soweto Country Club to host Joburg Open's Pro-AM

    16 March 2017
  • Mayor Mashaba welcomes world's entrepreneurs to Jozi

    16 March 2017
  • Women and youth businesses are drivers of growth: GEC told

    16 March 2017
  • Vaccination Week puts health in the hands of the people

    15 March 2017
  • Ward committee polls to be rerun in six Jozi wards

    15 March 2017
  • Global Entrepreneurship Congress gets under way

    14 March 2017
  • Small businesses is key to job creation, Deputy President tells GEC

    14 March 2017
  • Disaster relief on the way to poor communities, City promises

    13 March 2017
  • Illegal dumping is bad for your health, residents told

    13 March 2017
  • City’s 528-unit social housing project way ahead of schedule

    13 March 2017
  • Mayor assures Kya Sand businesses of his support

    13 March 2017
  • Councillors call on JMPD officers to get tougher

    13 March 2017
  • City embarks on a massive TB awareness campaign

    13 March 2017
  • Proactive governance comes alive in Klipfontein

    13 March 2017
  • JRA to spend R113.5m to repair damaged bridges

    13 March 2017
  • MMC in new move to enhance public safety

    09 March 2017
  • Joburg Ombudsman exchanges notes with Public Protector’s office

    09 March 2017
  • JDA reconfiguring the inner city through multiple projects

    09 March 2017
  • Lead awareness drive switches focus to City’s day-care centres

    09 March 2017
  • Thousands celebrate International Women’s Day

    09 March 2017
  • City gets R9-billion from the 2017-2018 provincial Budget

    08 March 2017
  • Small business must help accelerate Joburg growth

    08 March 2017
  • Policy paradigm shift needed to grow SMMEs in the city

    08 March 2017
  • Please return overdue books and we won’t fine you, City Library tells residents

    07 March 2017
  • A touch of class at Soweto Wine and Lifestyle Festival

    07 March 2017
  • Jozi waste pickers go back to basics to keep city clean

    07 March 2017
  • City tackles illegal dumping near clinic

    06 March 2017
  • Innovative projects take Joburg to new heights

    06 March 2017
  • Joburg fully behind cyclists paddling against cancer

    06 March 2017
  • Co-ops and SMMEs urged to tap into R90-million fund

    06 March 2017

Emergency contact numbers

 

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WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY

  1. Contact the emergency number
  2. Try to remain calm
  3. Identify the emergency: motor accident, building fire, heart attack and so on
  4. Give your name and contact details
  5. State the nature of the incident
  6. Indicate the number of people or vehicles involved
  7. Give the physical address and nearest corner or landmark
  8. Remain on the line as long as possible to answer the operator's questions

MERGENCY telephone numbers are for exactly that - emergencies - so don't clog up these vital lines withgeneral or non-emergency calls.

10111 - Nationwide Emergency Response

  • Dial the telephone number 10111 from anywhere in South Africa. A call centre operator will answer the incoming call, take all necessary particulars and assign the complaint to a Flying Squad patrol vehicle, or the local police station, to attend the incident.

011 37 55 911 - City of Johannesburg Emergency Connect

  • A 24-hour emergency services relating to all-life threatening situations, including ambulances, fire engines and metro police.
 
 
Ambulance & Fire
Johannesburg Central
011 375 5911
Boksburg
011 894 7333
Bedfordview
011 458 3000
Midrand
011 375 5911
Randburg
011 375 5911
Roodepoort
011 375 5911
Sandton
011 375 5911
Ambulance and fire headquarters
011 472 1599
(non-emergency, office hours only)
St John's Ambulance
011 403 4227/2346

 

Provincial hospitals

Johannesburg General Hospital 011 488 4911
Helen Joseph Hospital 011 489 1011
Southrand Hospital 011 435 0022
Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital 011 933 8000
Coronation Hospital 011 470 9000
Edenvale Hospital 011 321 6000
Sandton 011 7092000

 

Police

Police Emergency Services (Flying Squad) 10111, 011 986 9000/ 9151
Serious and Violent Crime (Murder and Robbery) 011 986 9000
Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offence Unit 011 982 7774
Public Order Police 011 986 9000
Fraud Unit 011 932 0040
Crime Intelligence Unit 011 986 9498
Criminal Record Centre 011 986 9000
SANAB 011 932 0040
Vehicle Identification Unit 011 986 9000
Dog Unit 011 986 9000
Greater Soweto Crime Prevention Unit 011 982 1008/ 9
Mobile Unit New Canada 011 473 1126

 

STATIONS

Alexandra 011 445 4900
Alra Park (Satellite) 011 819 1908
Bank City (Satellite) 011 838 5716
Bedfordview 011 457 2299, 457 2200
Booysens 011 433 5200
Bramley 011 445 4100
Brixton 011 248 5500
Buccleuch 011 804 3942/ 3
Cleveland 011 677 5700
Crystal Park 011 969 4880
Diepkloof 011 933 4700, 011 933 7400 (CSC)
Dobsonville 011 988 1109/ 1182/ 1183/ 6065/ 0175 (also CSC)
Douglasdale 011 462 6147
Dube (Satellite) 011 982 1008
Dunnottar 011 734 2121
Eden Park 011 385 0386
Edenvale 011 453 8556
Eldorado Park 011 946 0300, 011 945 5763/ 011 342 1152/ 1128 (CSC)
Ennerdale 011 855 1534/ 1331
Fairlands 011 478 9400
Florida 011 672 2121, 011 472 3701/50
Flying Squad 10 111
Gallo Manor (Satellite) 011 804 3139
Hillbrow 011 488 6500
Honeydew 011 794 1236, 795 1960 (Emergency line)
Ivory Park 011 654 9423, 011 654 3693 (CSC)
Jabulani 011 932 0040/1/2/3/4, 011 932 4321/011 930 5603 (CSC)
Jeppe 011 624 6000
Johannesburg Central 011 497 7000
Johannesburg International Airport 011 570 9209, 011 921 6221 (CSC), 011 570 9231 (CSC)
Kliptown 011 945 1111/1212/1181/1666/1036/1274, 011 945 5924
Kocksoord (Satellite) 011 415 1666
Langlaagte 011 473 6200
Lenasia 011 854 1320/1, 011 854 1320/1 (CSC)
Lenasia South 011 855 1013, 011 855 1148
Linden 011 888 9211/2/3
Meadowlands 011 936 1199, 011 936 1199 (CSC)
Melville (Satellite) 011 726 7128
Midrand 011 237 5007, 011 237 5030 (CSC), 011 314 2720 (CSC), 011 237 5004 (CSC)
Moffat View (Satellite) 011 613 7782, 011 623 1030
Mondeor 011 433 5400
Moroka 011 984 4020, 011 984 4342 (CSC)
Naledi 011 934 2478/2619, 011 934 2208/2398/2617 (CSC)
New Canada 011 474 3084, 011 473 1126
Norkem Park 011 391 1814/ 5
Norwood 011 483 4600
Orlando 011 935 1210, 011 935 1202 (CSC)
Parkview 011 486 5000
Protea Glen 011 987 3040, 011 987 3040 (CSC)
Randburg 011 449 9000
Reiger Park 011 910 4470/1/2/3/4
Roodepoort 011 279 6400
Rosebank 011 778 4700
Sandringham 011 719 4800
Sandton 011 722 4200
Sophiatown 011 670 6400
Yeoville 011 487 5900

* CSC - Community Service Centre

 

Information services
Community Aids Information and Support Centre 011 725 6710/21
Metro hotline 0860 562 874
Metro Communications 011  407 6111

Water

24-hour helpline: 011 688 1400
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Web site: www.johannesburgwater.co.za

Gas

Report gas leaks and faults 011 726 3138
After hours 011 726 4702

 Disaster management

Aviation Rescue Services 011 928 6454
Metro Disaster
Management and
Telecommunications Services
011 375 5911

 


 

Government numbers

Report a crime
086001-0111
Report unfair conduct by a government official
080011-2040
Report corruption in or out of government
080060-0933
Report unfair conduct by police
(012) 320-0431
HIV/Aids support
080001-2322
Joburg Anti-Corruption Unit
0800 002587 (toll free)


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