Although the City of Ekurhuleni (CoE) received over 47,000 objections to its General Assessment Roll from 2021 to 2025, it said the objection process is well underway.
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CoE spokesman Zweli Dlamini said all objections had been resolved except for 400 special properties.
“The remaining properties will be finalized during this month,” Dlamini said.
Dlamini said that of the 47,610 objections received by the CoE, 4,270 were duplicates.
Duplicates were caused by multiple objection submissions on individual properties.
Dlamini said that once the objection process is finalized, owners will receive their objection outcome letters from the Municipal Assessor via email and mail notifying objectors and/or owners.
“Once the result is received, the owners can appeal,” he said.
The appeal period ends on March 4.
Dlamini said those who objected and do not receive their objection outcome letter by Jan. 20 should visit the assessments section at Kempton Park Civic Centre.
At the Kempton Park Civic Center, objectors should request a reprint of the Objection Result Letter or request assistance with submitting the appeal.
“No appeals will be accepted via email, only hand deliveries will be accepted at the reviews section,” Dlamini said.