The purpose of the address is to report faulty traffic signals which includes traffic signals which are flashing, traffic signals which are completely out, or any dangerous situation caused by faulty traffic signals.
E-mails sent will be attended to during working hours. Any fault which occurs outside normal working hours must be reported at the call centre at 012 358 2111.
Report all street-related problems to email@example.com.
If your water supply has been disconnected, contact the Credit Control Centre of the Financial Services Department.
For general enquiries, call 012 358 8514 or visit the municipal offices in Centurion or Laudium.
- No water supply
- Burst water pipes
- Leaking meters
- Blocked street sewers
New water meters
To apply for a new water meter, please submit the following documents:
- Approved building plans or property tax and rates account
- A copy of the owner’s or applicant’s identity document
These can be submitted at the following:
Room 1-27, Block I, cnr Basden and Rabie Streets, Centurion
Tel: 012 358 7976/0969
The objective of the hotline is to create an avenue for whistle-blowers to report their suspicions of fraud, theft and corruption anonymously. This is in accordance with the Protected Disclosures Act and the City of Tshwane Whistle-blowing Policy. Whistle-blowers will be protected; they will not be subjected to victimisation as a result of blowing the whistle in good faith.
Reported cases will be treated confidentially and be referred for further investigation to the City of Tshwane’s Forensic and Investigation Unit.
The hotline is managed independently by KPMG and operates 24 hours a day. Callers will be assisted in any of the official South African languages.
Community members are encouraged to report allegations in order to assist the Municipality to create a fraud and corruption-free culture in the organisation.