There are 10,000 title deeds that are gathering dust at the Ekurhuleni Human Settlements Department offices.
The City of Ekurhuleni Human Settlements Department calls upon all beneficiaries of government subsidised houses (RDPS) who have not collected their title deeds, to do so at their nearest Customer Care Centres. According to a statement issued by the Ekurhuleni Municipality, Thembisa has a huge number of uncollected title deeds documents.
Member of the Mayoral Committee (MMC) for Human Settlements in the City, the mayor, Mr. Mabekenyane Thamahane urged the younger generation to assist the elderly in ensuring that they collect their documents.
“A total of 10468 of title deeds continue to gather dust in our offices. Most of these belong to people who acquired RDP houses from as far back as 1994. We urge the senior citizens, especially in Thembisa where there is a high number of uncollected title deeds, to answer the call and collect their documents,” pleaded the MMC.
For enquiries on RDP title deeds, residents can visit their nearest CCC and must bring their bar-coded ID along.