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  • City wishes Soweto vaulting team well

    20 September 2017
  • City of Joburg behind Chow 4 change

    18 September 2017
  • City in partnership to uplift urban farmers

    18 September 2017
  • City steps up efforts to preserve historic sites this Heritage Month

    14 September 2017
  • City of Joburg to scrap old town planning schemes

    14 September 2017
  • Pharmacy awareness month focuses on vaccination

    14 September 2017
  • Excitement mounts around first Children’s Heritage Dialogue

    13 September 2017
  • Book fair gets Jozi reading

    11 September 2017
  • City declares war on drugs

    06 September 2017
  • City of Joburg wins top green award

    01 September 2017
  • MMC moves to make JBF an inclusive organisation

    30 August 2017
  • Top authors to grace the 2017 Jozi Book Fair

    30 August 2017
  • Jozi to celebrate Arts Alive Festival’s jubilee year in style

    29 August 2017
  • City gives elderly a special Women’s Month treatment

    24 August 2017
  • Introducing councillor Leah Knott [MMC Economic Development]

    23 August 2017
  • Metrobus’s female auto electrician in driver’s seat

    23 August 2017
  • Joy of Jazz festival to mark its 20th anniversary in style

    22 August 2017
  • SA loses Polo Africa Cup, but the sport maintains its shine

    21 August 2017
  • Joburg gets ready for the 2017 edition of FNB Art Fair

    17 August 2017
  • Joburg and Gauteng province in big push to establish co-operative banks

    17 August 2017
  • Exciting new musical hits the Joburg Theatre

    17 August 2017
  • Illegal immigrants held as City cleans up Midrand CBD

    17 August 2017
  • Joburg mayor unveils satellite facility to fight crime

    17 August 2017
  • How a Jozi co-operative is turning trash into cash

    11 August 2017
  • Women abuse seen through the eyes of a veteran sculptor

    11 August 2017
  • Metrobus’s female bus driver has seen it all

    11 August 2017
  • Mayor launches project to replace manhole covers

    10 August 2017
  • Jozi to host NBA All Africa Games

    04 August 2017
  • JOSHCO to build 514 social housing units near Alex

    04 August 2017
  • Joburg Zoo’s new R45-m parkade unveiled

    04 August 2017
  • City of Joburg to ditch old spatial development plans

    04 August 2017
  • Jozi connects Chinese and local companies at show

    04 August 2017
  • Joburg in new drive to end electricity-related deaths

    04 August 2017
  • Cork Avenue bridge now open after R7.3 million makeover

    01 August 2017
  • Roles of ward committee members in city clarified

    01 August 2017
  • Joburg employees hand out uniform and shoes for Mandela Month

    31 July 2017
  • The return of leisurely Sunday afternoon strolls in Jozi parks

    31 July 2017
  • Joburg, private sector sign MoU to revive inner city

    30 July 2017
  • Joburg Theatre launches Judith Sephuma’s newest album

    24 July 2017
  • Joburg’s immunisation drive contains spread of measles

    24 July 2017
  • New innovations needed to manage waste, indaba told

    24 July 2017
  • Joburg ward committee members receive induction

    24 July 2017
  • Thousands walk the talk in the heart of Joburg

    24 July 2017
  • Human Settlements MEC content with housing delivery in Orange Farm

    21 July 2017
  • Joburg’s 2040 Spatial Development Framework comes under review

    21 July 2017
  • Joburg inculcating an export culture among Jozi’s SMMEs

    20 July 2017
  • Joburg shines light on Time for Change Home

    20 July 2017
  • Joburg Mayor switches on CCTV cameras in Vilakazi Street

    20 July 2017
  • City of Joburg honours Madiba

    19 July 2017
  • Bramfischerville ECD gets a makeover on Mandela Day

    19 July 2017

Electricity

Be smart

 

Once you are registered, you must link your account number to your profile by entering the PIN Number printed on your most recent statement.

Select the specific meter on your account and enter the reading.

We do check the consumption against your consumption history, and if your reading is particularly high or low, you will need to give us a reason for the difference.

Your reading will be accepted, but will be verified by our meter readers.

Your reading will stay in the system until the next billing cycle. Your reading will then be used to bill you.

You can enter multiple readings during the month, we will keep a history of all the readings, but only the latest one at the time of billing will be used.

The best time to submit your meter readings is about 15 days before the payment due date. So if your due date is the 1st, then your reading should be recorded on the 15th of the previous month.

icity service provider, has a novel approach to business – it tries very hard to get you to use less power. With the ever-increasing need to conserve the planet’s scare resources and cut down on activities that cause pollution, City Power is ever aware of the need to encourage consumers to “think green”.

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2017/2018 Draft Rates Policy, By-laws and tariffs

The Draft 2017/18 Rates Policy has been tabled to the Council on 31st March 2017 and is open for public comments. The public is invited to comment on the 2017/2018 Draft Rates Policy, By-laws and tariffs. Comments must be sent to Ratescomments@joburg.org.za, TandisizweS@joburg.org.za or PumzaJ @joburg.org.za, all the comments must be in by 7 May 2017.

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