WEEKLY DIGEST OF NEWS FROM THE CITY'S WEBSITE
March 26, 2010
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JHC revamps another building
NEWTOWN Urban Village has been bought by the Johannesburg Housing Company, which will renovate it and put its tried and tested building management practices in place.
JPO offers youth programme
People learn to save water
World Cup art contest opens
Sign your Bafana support
Mayor visits attack victims
Plan to cut gas emissions
JoziBeat on streets now
This week’s highlight: WHAT MAKES JOBURG GREAT? City celebrities tell us.
David Tlale – Fashion Designer:
"Joburg is fast paced, diverse, ever-changing, progressively different and challenging, along with being gullible at times."
The official print publication of the City of Johannesburg is now available at various locations around the city.
The City's flagship public transport
JOBURG is creating a world-class public transport system. Find out more about Rea Vaya.
A SET of Adobe Acrobat maps of popular Johannesburg neighbourhoods, including road and suburb names, schools, parks, shopping strips and historic areas.
Tenders / Quotations
TENDERS and quotations are managed by the City's contracts section. Find out what tenders and quotations are available.
Print-resolution image library
A COLLECTION of photographs of Johannesburg that are suitable for use in printed material. Images are free, but the photographer must be acknowledged and the City of Johannesburg identified as the copyright holder.
JOHANNESBURG is the country's top exhibitions venue, landing more than half the number of all exhibitions held in South Africa, and way ahead of rivals Cape Town and Durban.
SETTING trends in politics, fashion, music, dance and language.
FOR a calendar of cultural and entertainment events, see the events calender.