Dagada comes out with guns blazing over suspension

The suspended MMC for finance alleges his removal from office is a "dirty political war" and wants to clear his name.

Rabelani Dagada removed as Joburg MMC of finance

The councillor has been suspended, pending an inquiry by the DA's Federal Legal Commission into alleged activities of undue influence and nepotism.

Joburg broadband network costs balloon to R1.7bn

Dec 14, 2017

City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba says ANC members were deeply involved in manipulating the city's tender process.

Joburg mayor blames 'inside job' for R2m data centre heist

Nov 13, 2017

The city was robbed of copper cables worth R2 million at its data centre and disaster recovery centre.

African Airbnb hosts made $139m this year

Oct 18, 2017

The app-based hospitality booking service brought in nearly $140 million in profit for hosts across the continent.

Investigation into R1.3bn broadband buyout takes political turn

Sep 27, 2017

Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba claims a preliminary investigation shows ANC associates manipulated the city`s broadband network tender process.

Dagada to oversee Joburg's IT operations

Aug 3, 2017

Rabelani Dagada adds group IT to his portfolio, silencing reports that he would be ousted over the city's billing crisis.

Joburg suspends official over tech billing glitch

Jun 14, 2017

The employee now has to provide reasons why he should not be suspended, the city says.

Massive tech glitch hits Joburg billing system

The failure results in hundreds of thousands of statements not being issued or issued incorrectly, and the city now suspects foul play.

Expect more WiFi zones in Joburg

May 4, 2017

The city's executive council promises to increase access to free WiFi.

Joburg smartens up traffic jams

Mar 24, 2017

To alleviate traffic congestion, the city will implement smart systems to monitor signals and ensure faults are repaired timeously.

Joburg looks to rehabilitate ailing broadband entity

Mar 22, 2017

The city council wants to ensure its troubled unit, the Metropolitan Trading Company, gets back on its feet.