The City of Johannesburg invites comment from members of the public and representatives of any interested organisations, on the Draft 2019/20 Mid Term Budget and Tariff increases.
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Property Rates increase 5.5%
This increase is in the tariffs and is over and above the increase in valuations.
Electricity increase 12.2%
This is Nersa approved and subject to Eskom increases.
Water increase 9.9%
Sewage increase 9.9%
Refuse removal increase 7%
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No I do not
The property rates should be set at the value that the city is prepared to pay for the said property NOW.
MAKE THE PROPERTY RATES REALISTICALLY ALLIGNED TO THE REAL MARKET VALUE OF EACH PROPERTY.
Which one is R478.94 for Stand No: 00001281 - 00000 - 00? Is this for sewage or sanitation please?
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No I do not
Are you serious, how much more theft must we the Souht African people endure. I STILL 13 months later, await a renew of my 2018 rates increase with no response for 13 months.
GO TO KIMBERLEY AND REPOSES THE STOLEN MONIES FORM THE FAT CATS to pay for the rates.
STATED on https://eservices.joburg.org.za/
DID YOU KNOW?
• BY PAYING OUR RATES AND TAXES, we ensure a brighter future for all the residents of Jo'burg.
• If your account is under investigation or a query is lodged on it, you should continue paying for the service rendered on your account.
HOW WHEN WE HAVE NO LIGHTS ON, SO WHAT AM I PAYING AND ADDITIONAL 54% FOR?
I HAVE CONTINUED TO PAY FOR 13 MONTHS WITH NO RESPONSE FROM ANYONE.
No I do not
I get that the price of things need to go up yearly. But we are getting to a point where we cnt afford the essentials. we are trying to stay afloat. I think we need to know what all these increases go to, since services do not improve. personally i am really struggling with the price of electricity. its really expensive and we even have more load shedding.
- Engineering News – Rising energy costs, rates and taxes worry property owners
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