Has Mashaba fulfilled his promises after 100 days in office?

The City Joburg has been under new management for 100 days.

On Thursday, Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba gave his 100 days report on progress made since he took over as mayor.

EWN reporter Masa Kekana attended the briefing and reports that Mashaba said it has been difficult to fulfill the promises he made when he took office as mayor.

Mashaba said the budget for the City was already approved two months before the local government elections.

With regards to cleaning up the inner city, Mashaba said he has managed to ensure that there is heavy presence of Johannesburg Metro police to enforce municipal by-laws as well as carry out public policing.

He said Pik-It-Up is also being roped in. They are working double shifts at night, as well as during the days, to clean up after the vendors and people in the city.

Masa Kekana, EWN Reporter

According to Kekana, Mashaba acknowledged that differences would take a while to become visible but the strategies he has implemented are working.

To hear more on Mashaba's 100 days report, listen below:

Mashaba spoke to the Xolani Gwala Show about the work he has done so far.


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Has Mashaba fulfilled his promises after 100 days in office?


Recommended

by THE NEWSROOM
Read More
Mashaba speaks about 100 days in office and lawlessness hijacking Joburg CBD

Mashaba speaks about 100 days in office and lawlessness hijacking Joburg CBD

Mayor Herman Mashaba says illegal immigrants in the city centre make it difficult for law enforcement agencies to do their work.

ANC slams DA for cancelling 'important projects' in City of Joburg

ANC slams DA for cancelling 'important projects' in City of Joburg

Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has cancelled various projects initiated by previous ANC administration saying they benefit the few.

Mashaba determined to recover public money stolen by corrupt officials

Mashaba determined to recover public money stolen by corrupt officials

Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba is setting up the anti-corruption unit to investigate and root out corruption within the city.

Mashaba says he would step aside in JHB if DA ever asked

Mashaba says he would step aside in JHB if DA ever asked

DA's Herman Mashaba says he is unfazed by jabs made by the EFF's Julius Malema and will do what's best for the country and party.

Dali Mpofu talks DA and Herman Mashaba

Dali Mpofu talks DA and Herman Mashaba

Coalition talks have yielded some successful partnerships, however the EFF has expresses reservations about DA's Herman Mashaba.

IFP will form municipalities with DA in KZN  but will hold all executive office

IFP will form municipalities with DA in KZN but will hold all executive office

The DA Federal Executive Chairman James Selfe says he is not counting his chickens before they hatch but is confident about metros

Popular articles
Almost 30 million SA ID numbers compromised after site hacked

Almost 30 million SA ID numbers compromised after site hacked

Independent Marketing Consultant in the Technology Space, Andrew Fraser says this looks like a leak and not a hack.

Signal jammers and other devices confiscated at China Mall

Signal jammers and other devices confiscated at China Mall

Several communications devices were confiscated from businesses in a raid by Icasa at China Mall on Wednesday.

Michael Jordaan (ex FNB CEO, ex Chair of Mxit) bares his soul about money

Michael Jordaan (ex FNB CEO, ex Chair of Mxit) bares his soul about money

The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews Rain Director Michael Jordaan about his money beliefs and history.

'The university degree is dead'

'The university degree is dead'

Flux Trends founder Dion Chang gives five reasons why he believes getting a degree is past its sell by date.

3 easy questions could bag you R2000!

3 easy questions could bag you R2000!

WIN R2000! But only if you can prove you're a whiz of the MTN Biz Quiz by answering the following three questions...

5 ways the NSFAS funding model will change in 2017

5 ways the NSFAS funding model will change in 2017

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) will pilot a new funding model in 2017. NSFAS chairperson Sizwe Nxasana explains.