The City of Johannesburg is going ahead with plans to rebuild demolished structures in Alexandra, north of the city.
The Auditor-General, Kimi Makwetu, is expected to appear before the Alexandra Inquiry when it resumes in Braamfontein, Johannesburg on Friday morning.
Deputy Co-operative Governance Minister Obed Bapela says almost R20 billion will be needed to properly develop Alexandra, north of Johannesburg.
Gauteng MEC for Human Settlements Lebogang Maile is expected to give oral testimony when the Alexandra Inquiry resume in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, on Tuesday morning.
The Alexandra Inquiry will resume in Johannesburg on Monday with National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole expected to give testimony.
City of Joburg Council Chief Whip, Kevin Wax is optimistic that documents relating to the controversial R1.3 billion Alexandra Renewal Project have not been stolen.
City Power says electricity will be fully restored on Thursday to parts of Alexandra, north of Johannesburg.
The City of Johannesburg claims a Gauteng government employee who allegedly stole files from the City’s offices relating to the controversial Alexandra Renewal Project has since returned them.
A large police contingent deployed to Alexandra, north of Johannesburg, is busy extinguishing burning tyres and reopening blocked roads following overnight protests.
Residents of Alexandra, north of Johannesburg, have begun blockading entrances and exits of the township as part of the so-called total shutdown of the area on Wednesday.