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2014-06-30


New leisure facilities, sturdier schools and a more dependable electricity supply are just a few of the changes in Alexandra Township since the implementation of the Alexandra Renewal Project.
Published by the JDA on 27 June 2014.

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2014-06-30


The concept of pop-up shops is becoming more and more popular in South Africa. Internationally, property owners struggling to find traditional, long term tenants started letting out retail space to smaller, start-ups on short term leases. This provided a platform for start-ups to gain invaluable exposure for their business and created an appealing space for the property owner to market.

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2014-06-29


As a special tribute to Madiba, Stop Hunger Now will be marking Mandela Day on 18th July with a special event: Meals in Memory. Dedicate 67 minutes of your time to help the fight against hunger.

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2014-06-06


The Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transit system received an expansion boost as the City of Johannesburg set aside more than R2.6-billion to extend the network to reach all residents.

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2014-04-29


Valuable information to assist when making use of the Rea Vaya smartcards.

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2014-04-29


After an extensive consultation process, construction on the Rea Vaya Phase 1C trunk route is going well, with the City on track to meet its targets.

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2014-04-29


The Gauteng Department of Transport and the Gauteng Department of Economic Development are pleased to announce the launch of Gauteng on the Move, a mobile app for all public transport users in Gauteng.

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2014-04-29


Residents in Johannesburg may now have an effective way to communicate the number of potholes on the roads. The Johannesburg Road Agency (JRA) is in the testing phase of its Find & Fix application that allows people to report potholes with GPS co-ordinates.

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2014-04-29


Congestion charges decrease congestion and air pollution while increasing revenue for sustainable transport projects.

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2014-02-26


Due to the high number of school children utilising this route, the JRA has renewed the pedestrian crossing on Andries Street. Motorists, please reduce your speed, exercise caution and patience when approaching this pedestrian crossing.

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