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Awards handed to City entities

SERVICE delivery excellence was recognised in the Development Planning and Urban Management Departmental Awards, handed out to City entities.
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Mayor thanks City athletes

A PROUD mayor congratulated his staff for bringing home medals and trophies from the OR Tambo Inter-Municipal Games.
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Councillors learn about GIS

CITY councillors learned how geographic information systems can improve their work and help people on the ground.
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GIS lessons for councillors

FOR International GIS Day, the City’s corporate geo-informatics unit will be hosting workshops and exhibitions for ward councillors and other officials.
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City staff get sporty

THE municipal games were a big hit, with staff turning out to play all manner of games and build relationships on the sportsfield.
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Zoo fun day planned

ORPHANED and underprivileged children will be treated to a fun day hosted by the executive mayor at the Joburg Zoo.
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MOEs sum up the year

THE public is invited to attend as City-owned companies – from Pikitup to the Joburg Zoo – present this year’s successes, challenges and their plans for the future.
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Workers win at OR Tambo Games

SOCCER was the most popular event at the inter-municipal games, but the real winner was the spirit of camaraderie among the many participants.
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City gives good advice to parents

FEBRUARY is Child Protection and Caring Month, prompting Joburg to host a series of workshops to help parents and caregivers raise the next generation.
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City urges residents to 'get involved'

LENGTHY meetings are probably not on many people's must-do lists, but community involvement should be. The City invites residents to be a part of 2009's first council meeting. Show up, show interest and get involved.
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Joburg Open's curtain-raiser

ALMOST 200 of Joburg's amateur golfers have teed off along a number of top-ranked golfers in the curtain-raiser to the 2009 Joburg Open.
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Joburg tees up for Open

SOME of the world's top golfers are in town this week preparing to take part in the annual Joburg Open – and two local developmental players will be joining them.
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Top bands play at New Year’s bash

GANG of Instrumentals and Freshlyground are just two of the bands lined up to party in the new year at Mary Fitzgerald Square - and entrance is free.
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Jozi marks every child's birthday

JOBURG threw a party for over a thousand children, giving orphans and vulnerable youngsters a chance to have a birthday party.
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Joburg wins second Vuna Award

PROVING once again that it leads the pack, Johannesburg won the provincial Vuna Award for the second year. Next up - beating national competitors to the top spot.
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Young councillors return wiser

A TRIP to the United States proved to be a steep learning curve for Joburg's student councillors, who discovered there was more to the superpower than hip-hop music and movies.
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Learn from the children, says MMC

CITY officials were recently treated to six primary school plays on the importance of road safety. And while they may not be old enough to drive, these youngsters proved to be excellent messengers to Joburg drivers.
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Visitors learn Joburg's formula

VISITORS from the coastal resort town of Plettenberg Bay were in Johannesburg to get some insight into setting up a development agency that will help it deal with the imbalances between rich and poor.
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Council gives dinner to immigrants

INSTEAD of enjoying the annual budget dinner, councillors have elected to donate the food to the people displaced by the xenophobic violence spreading across Gauteng.
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Orientation day for Children's Council

YOUNG councillors were welcomed aboard by the City's team at the Children's Council orientation day.
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