We need to break beyond dividing lines and poor education standards.


We need to boost growth and build a dynamic and resilient economy.


We need to enable people to run decent and aspiring livelihoods.

The mandate of Ward73.org is:

To work on the development in supporting NGOs and NPOs within the constituency of Ward 73, Johannesburg.

It is our intention to support and enable all marginalised groups with special focus on those who are not welcomed to participate in the enjoyment of their fundamental human rights and equal opportunities.

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“Sitting on your hands!”

Sitting on your hands whilst others have blood on their hands! This morning I noticed our local Postman’s hands were bleeding, he was one victim who is sadly reaping the consequences of poor leadership. Andre (our Postman) has his own blood on his hands for “DOING HIS JOB” whilst many of our leaders are sitting on their hands and doing nothing.

Hot air picking up prices…

This is at the very heart for all screw-ups in this country, sadly… Thus inexperienced officers now drive our economy – neglecting proper service delivery, poor governance and quality control, and the lack of equipping to a world standard not the consolation prize candidates standard. We have to understand if we are to compete with the world economies – we have to be innovative and creative.

S-Bend Wall – Louis Botha Avenue…

Is not art so relativistic these days – that one can’t truly express the honest realistic reality experienced…in describing what one actually sees? We are imposed to applaud in the name of tolerance…even if its at the expense of taxpayers.

JRA Mobile Find & Fix App

Report Road Related Defects

The Find & Fix mobile application was developed to enhance the JRA’s reachability and customer service. The app allows road users to report road related defects at the click of a button.

It has user-friendly features that enable road users to snap, register the location and notify the JRA of potholes, missing manhole covers, weeds growing on the road, defective traffic signals and other related infrastructural faults for urgent attention.


The South African Police Service is committed to create a safe and secure environment for all the people in South Africa. Your feedback is welcome and important to us. You can contribute towards the enhancement and development of the South African Police Service.

This TALK TO US page is not for emergencies and you cannot report a crime on the SAPS website.

The following contact numbers can be used for the purposes of emergencies, to report a crime or to register a complaint:

  • For emergencies or to report a crime, call 10111 or contact your nearest Police Station.
  • If you know of any criminal activities or want to report a crime anonymously, you can contact Crime Stop – 08600 10111.
  • You can contact the SAPS Service Complaints Centre to register a complaint on SAPS service delivery, call 0800 333 177 or fax to 012 393 5452 or email: Service Complaints
  • You can also view our Frequently Asked Questions to answer some of the queries that you might have.
  • For any general enquiries, suggestions and/or compliments, feel free to contact us at SAPS Corporate Communications

Commissioner: Lt Gen DS De Lange Phone: 011-2747300 Fax: 086 630 1686 Email: gpprovcommpa@saps.gov.za Street Address: 16 Empire Road Parktown Gauteng Postal Address: Private Bag X57 Braamfontein

NORWOOD (Phone: 0114834600 E-mail: gp.norwood.sc@saps.gov.za)

ROSEBANK (Phone: 011-7784700, 011-7784730 E-mail: ROSEBANK-SAPS@saps.gov.za)

YEOVILLE (Phone: 011-4810300 E-mail: MahashaPA@saps.gov.za)