The suspended MMC for finance alleges his removal from office is a "dirty political war" and wants to clear his name.
The city was robbed of copper cables worth R2 million at its data centre and disaster recovery centre.
After reports claim he faces imminent dismissal, MMC Rabelani Dagada fights back and redirects attention to the city's WiFi and billing progress.
Prominent ICT figure Rabelani Dagada allegedly enriched his friend by facilitating access to the City of Johannesburg's lucrative tenders.
The employee now has to provide reasons why he should not be suspended, the city says.
The failure results in hundreds of thousands of statements not being issued or issued incorrectly, and the city now suspects foul play.
The city council wants to ensure its troubled unit, the Metropolitan Trading Company, gets back on its feet.
Mayor Herman Mashaba launches an investigation into the acquisition of the R1.3?billion broadband network by the City of Johannesburg.
The power utility will replace electricity meters at more than 20?000 households in the next three months.
New mayor Herman Mashaba prioritises the city's billing mess as he settles into his new role.
Rabelani Dagada, who holds the city's R60?billion purse, will continue with the ambitious projects initiated by the previous leadership.
The City of Joburg encourages software-developers to come up with innovative solutions to solve the city's address issues.