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Johannesburg, SA’s richest metro saddled with huge service delivery challenges, has tabled a R77.3bn budget aimed mostly at fixing broken infrastructure, with the metro’s power and water utilities getting the biggest slice of the pie.

The municipality, which contributes about 40% of the economy of Gauteng, is dogged by countless challenges, including the ageing electricity and road infrastructure, the supply of housing and water, hijacked buildings, cable theft and rampant violent crime...

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