City clueless on number of informal traders in Joburg

Responding to questions posed by Sowetan, the municipality revealed it has been nearly a decade since it last issued trading permits and profiled traders trading on the city's bustling streets

Nomazima Nkosi Senior reporter

The City of Johannesburg has admitted that it has not issued trading permits to informal traders for nearly a decade.

This means that the city is clueless how many traders - foreign or South African - are operating on the city's streets...

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