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Listed: Fri Sep 21st
Germiston City News
(JL033516)
LOCAL AUTHORITY NOTICE CITY OF EKURHULENI METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 44(1)(C)(i) OF THE RATIONALISATION OF LOCAL GOVERMENT AFFAIRS ACT, 1998 The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality hereby gives notice in terms of section 44(1)(C)(i) read with section 45(3) of the Rationalization of Local Government Affairs Act, 1998, that it intends to authorize Wadeville Extension 4 & 6 Industrial Forum (the `Association`) to restrict access to public places in Wadeville Extension 4 & 6 Township, based on an application received in terms of section 45 of the said act. Comments are being sought on the draft and proposed terms of the restriction which are as follows: (a)A 24 Hour access control point with guardhouse on Peddie Road between Crocker Road and Davidson Road. A day; time access control gate (06:00 to 18:00) with guard and shelter located on Bergvlei Road just of Davidson Road. Access on demand gate with emergency / service vehicles access gate on Petrus street between Dekema Road and Straus Crescent, an unrestricted 24 hour pedestrian gate at he pedestrian bridge over Black Reef Road to railway station. (b)That the Council`s applicable standard agreement to be entered into with the Wadeville Extension 4 & 6 Industrial Forum and all conditions contained in the said agreement be strictly adhered to by the applicant, with specific reference to the following, prior to any advertisement being published in terms of section 44(4) of the said Act: i. The submission of written proof of Council that a Section 21 company or similar legal entity or association has been established; ii.The submission of written proof that a public liability policy has been taken out by the applicant for the periods mentioned in 2 above for a minimum cover of R2 million (Two Million (Two Million Rand) per claim incident, the number of incidents being unlimited, in terms of which the Council and the applicant enjoy full coverag3e for their respective rights and interests; and iii.The submission of a non - interest bearing deposit or bank guarantee equal to 20% (Twenty Percent) of the erection costs (material and labour) of the access control structures erected on the road/s and road reserves. (Such deposit or guarantee will be realized to recover costs incurred by the Council for removing any means of restriction, when necessary, in terms of section 46(5) of the Act). The application, sketch plan of the area, comments by municipal departments and a traffic impact study being relied on the Municipality to pass the resolution will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the offices of the Department City Planning: Germiston Customer Care Centre, 175 Meyer Street , 1st Floor, United House Building, Germiston. Customer Care Centre, P.O. Box 145, Germiston, 1400 on or before 31st October 2018. Description of the Public places: The public places are known as Bergvlei Road, Crocker Road, Stellenberg Road, Peddie Road, Strauss Crescent and Petrus Street in Wadeville Extension 4 and 6 Township. ADDRESS: Germiston Customer Care CITY / TOWN: Germiston, City of Ekhuruleni Metropolitan Municipality DATE:2018-09-06 REF NUMBER: 17/9/1/6/2
 

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Listed: Wed Sep 26th
Alberton Record
(JL033632)
EKURHULENI METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY CITY OF - EKURHULENI METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY CITY OF EKURHULENI PROPOSED LEASE OF A PORTION OF THE RAILWAY SIDING ON ERF 224, ADJACENT TO ERF 1674, ALRODE EXTENSION 2 TOWNSHIP, ALBERTON Notice is hereby given that the City of Ekurhuleni has approved the lease of a portion of the railway siding on Erf 224, adjacent to Erf 1674, Alrode Extension 2 Township (the `Property`), approximately 3183 m� in extent, for a temporary private pedestrian linkage between industrial properties, for a period of 9 years 11 months. Information pertaining to the proposed lease of the Property is available during the hours 8h00 to 13h00 and 13h30 to 16h00, Monday to Friday, in the office of Corporate Legal Services: Property Management Division, Alberton Customer Care Centre, Alwyn Taljaard Street, New Redruth, Alberton. This notice is valid for a period of 14 calendar days from date of this notice, after which the lease agreement will be entered into. Corner Cross and Rose Streets Private Bag X1069 GERMISTON 1401CITY MANAGER File Ref.: 7/2/3/2/1 ` ALRD X2 Date of notice: 26 September 2018Notice number: 6/2018 Alberton
 

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Listed: Wed Sep 26th
Germiston City News
(JL033638)
LIQUIDATION & DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT IN DECEASED ESTATE LYING FOR INSPECTION ESTATE LATE JAKOBUS NICOLAAS JANSE VAN RENSBURG ESTATE REF NUMBER 024418/2016 - (2) JAKOBUS NICOLAAS JANSE VAN RENSBURG (411214 5040 084), 38 School Avenue, Sunnyridge, Germiston; (3) First and Final ; (4) JULIANA JANSE VAN RENSBURG (460205 0024 081); (5) 1 October 2018 until 29 October 2018, Germiston Magistrate`s Court; (6) Renette Faber Attorney , Heuvelzicht Office Park Suite 16, 104 Buffeldoornroad, Flamwood, Klerksdorp; Email: renettef@telkomsa.net; Tel: 018 468 4838.
 

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Listed: Tue Sep 25th
Boksburg Advertiser
(JL033336)
LOCAL AUTHORITY NOTICE CITY OF EKURHULENI METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 44(1)(C)(I) OF THE RATIONALISATION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS ACT, 1998 LOCAL AUTHORITY NOTICE CITY OF EKURHULENI METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 44(1)(C)(I) OF THE RATIONALISATION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS ACT, 1998 The City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality hereby gives notice in terms of section 44(1)(c)(i) read with section 45(3) of the Rationalization of Local Government Affairs Act, 1998, that it intends to authorize Twin Pines Homeowners Association (the *`Association`) to restrict access to Susan Place & Charles Place in Bartlett Extension 20 township, based on an application received in terms of section 45 of the said act. Comments are being sought on the draft and proposed terms of the restriction which are as follows: 1.1.1.That the Residents` Association accept that all the roads within the said restriction of access still constitutes public roads after the envisaged restriction of access, legally vesting in the Council. 1.1.2.That access to such roads for whatever reason may not be prohibited and that unrestricted access must be guaranteed at all times to: (a)Employees of the State, the South African Police Services (SAPS), the Council and and its employees/contractors, any municipal entity, organ of state, Telkom, Eskom and any telecommunications provider acting within the course and scope of their employment and the vehicles they use in connection with their employment; (b) Doctors on call, ambulances and any other emergency service. 1.1.3.The approval of the said application for a period of two years only, where after the applicant may re - apply. All conditions must be complied with during the approval period, failing which the Council may withdraw the approval and all costs to remove all closures within the subject area, shall be to the cost of the applicant. 1.1.4.The security guards with guard house can be placed at the proposed entry points to monitor movement activities. Personnel (security guards) manning the access control point may only monitor activity and may not: `search vehicles or people, `require the filling in of a register ` require personal information from any person entering ` require the person to produce any form of identification *interrogate the person entering ` apply any form of discrimination to determine who should enter the area `charge any fee for entering the area `delay traffic (pedestrian or vehicular) other that the absolute minimum required to open any boom or gate. 1.1.5.That the Resident`s association must accept full responsibility towards all inhabitants within the restricted area as far as ingress and egress arrangements are concerned (i.e. instructions to guards, payments due, etc.) 1.1.6.That the Residents` Association shall be responsible for the payment of all Council services used in connection with the proposed restriction of access (e.g. electricity, water, sewerage etc.). 1.1.7.That the Residents` Association obtain a public liability policy to the amount of R2 000 000,00 per incident fully paid up in advance for two years in order to protect the interest of the Council and the Residents` Association in this matter. 1.1.8.That adequate traffic signs and road markings be erected in consultation with the Head of Department: Roads and Storm-water, EMM, at the cost of the Residents Association. 1.1.9.That no security fences, gates, guard house or booms, etc. be erected prior to approval of the detailed plans indicating the positions of accesses and the road signs to be installed, by the HOD: Roads and Storm-water, EMM. 1.1.10.That any damage caused to the Council`s services as a result of the closure of the relevant public street be for the account of the Residents` Association. 1.1.11.The Resident` Association shall ensure full compliance with Emergency Services Bylaws as it applies water supply for firefighting purposes and in all cases to any other component of the same bylaw. 1.1.12.A 24 hour safe, convenient and direct access is required for personnel from the Department Electricity and Energy Services for construction or maintenance purposes and meter reading. 1.1.13. Before any groundwork commence, that the Department of Electricity & Energy be contacted at (011) 999-1505 or (011) 999-1226, to indicate existing electrical services. 1.1.14. No structures are to be erected on or close to any elec trical services unless written consent from the Head of Department: Energy Services has been obtained. 1.1.15. That the Residents` Association enters into an agreement with the Council as prescribed by the Council`s current policy, for the restriction of access to public places. 1.1.16. The Residents` Association must at all times maintain all such buildings, structures, equipment, machinery, barriers, signs and notices at its cost to the satisfaction of the local authority. 1.1.17. The recommended access control measure must be in operation for 24 hours with full, free vehicular and pedestrian access at all times to any person. 1.1.18. Any accesses that are closed for 24 hours must be capable of being open immediately in the event of an emergency and/or as determined in the authorizations. 1.1.19. Access cannot be controlled by remote, cards identification, finger printing and other electronic means. Access must be in the form of a boom gate that is synchronized with a surveillance camera which detects the movement activities and automatically opens the gate when the car is stopped in front of the boom gate. The boom gate and synchronized camera can also be linked to a push button that will be activated by the driver of the vehicle in order to open the boom gate and enable the camera to capture each scene. 1.1.20. All pedestrian access points must adhere to the following: (a) All pedestrian access points must have unrestricted 24hr pedestrian access. (b) The security guards with guard house can be placed at the proposed pedestrian gates to monitor movement activities. Personnel (security guards) manning the access control point may only monitor activity and may not: ` Search people, ` Require the filling in of a register ` Require personal information from any person entering ` Require the person to produce any form of identification ` Interrogate the person entering ` apply any discrimination to determine who should enter the area ` Charge any fee for entering the area ` Delay pedestrian traffic other that the absolute minimum requi red to open any boom or gate. (c) The standalone Pedestrian gate must be unlocked at all times. 1.1.21. Either the inbound or outbound lane should have an unobstructed width of at least 4m. 1.1.22. The access control point on Susan Place must also have unrestricted 24hr pedestrian access. The application, sketch plan of the area, comments by municipal departments and a traffic impact study being relied on by the Municipality to pass the resolution will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the offices of the Department City Planning: Boksburg Customer Care Centre, room 246, 2nd floor, Civic Centre, Boksburg. Enquiries and comments on the terms of the restriction may be l odged with the Area Manager: City Planning: Boksburg Customer Care Centre, P O Box 215, Boks burg on or before 28 September 2018. Description of the public places: Susan Place and Charles Place in Bartlett Extension 20 township. CIVIC CENTRE BOKSBURG CITY MANAGER Jl033336
 

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Listed: Wed Sep 26th
Alberton Record
(JH044565)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATES In the Estate of the Late: Surname: Bruce First names: Jan Michiel Hermanus Estate number: 010038/2018 Identity / passport number: 580207 5048 086 Date of death: 28/03/2018 Last address: 31 Nerina Street, Verwoerdpark, Alberton All person having clains against the above - mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with the undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication hereof In case of a marriage in community of property: First Names and Surname of Surviving Spouse: Hanlie Bruce. Identity / Passport Number: 600511 1132 084 Name and address of Executor or Authorised Agent: Wynand Petrus Du Plesses CA (S.A) PO BOX 68, Welkom, 9460
 

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