The City of Johannesburg Forensic are inundated with volumes of complaints relating to fraudulent RFQ’s / orders (procurement scam). The scammers target companies across the country using the Pikitup name to unsuspecting companies. Only consider e-mails ending with @pikitup.co.za as authentic.
On Saturday 19th January 2019, the Executive Mayor of the City of Johannesburg, Cllr Herman Mashaba, kicks off the first A Re Sebestseng clean-up campaign of the year. Last year, residents showed tremendous support for [...]
Pikitup, the City of Johannesburg’s waste management entity, would like to advise Joburg residents and business owners that refuse will be collected on all public holidays except on Christmas Day, Tuesday 25 December 2018. There [...]
Dear Residents Pikitup Marlboro depot would like to inform Sandton residents that it is running behind schedule with its waste collection services. Today (28/11/2018) waste collection will be undertaken in the following areas: Lonehill, Magalisig, [...]
The MMC for Environment and Infrastructure Services Cllr Nico De Jager officially opened two newly refurbished Pikitup Drop off Centres today. The renovations at both the Victory Park Drop off Centre and the Ashburton Drop [...]
Tomorrow, on Saturday 27th October 2018, the Executive Mayor for the City of Johannesburg, Cllr Herman Mashaba, continues A Re Sebetseng’s clean-up campaigns in partnership with Global Citizen. The participants who join in the clean-up [...]
#InFocus – The City of Joburg, in partnership with Global Citizen Festival organizers, came together in Soweto Pimville for a cleanup campaign as a build up to the Festival on 2nd December.