RDP Houses APPLY NOW – CAREERS BRIGHT

RDP Houses APPLY NOW

In an effort to address the housing challenges, it was decided to re-include the housing waiting list in the housing demand database for Gauteng province. Housing Demand Database is a new system for managing and planning housing demand in Gauteng province.

Read more about RDP Housing Application …

Frequently Asked Questions

Ask:
What is a Form C and is it still used?

Answer:
It is a receipt that was used as proof that you were registered on the previous waiting list, but has now been replaced by a new receipt database generated by the computer.

Ask:
What is the demand database?

Answer:
It is a system initiated by the Gauteng housing department and is intended as a single source of housing demand and allocation.

Ask:
Where is the Customer Support Center and how do I contact them?

Answer:
It is located at Gauteng Department of Local Government & Housing, 37 Sauer Street & Corner Market Street, Bank of Lisbon Building, Johannesburg, 2001.

Our opening hours are from: 08:00 – 16:30 from Monday to Thursday and Friday from 07:30 – 15:30.

We can also be reached on the toll-free number: 08000 468 73 – Monday to Friday at 7 am – 5 pm. To check your status and ask questions here … CustomerSupport.Housing@gauteng.gov.za

Ask:
Can I go to the Customer Support Center on Sauer Street to update?

Answer:
Yes, but the Customer Support Center on Sauer Street is only suitable for people within the city of Johannesburg. For other regions, applicants must visit the nearest Customer Support Center in their region to register or update.

Ask:
Can I update the information without my spouse?

Answer:
NO, both signatures are required; therefore, you should take your spouse with you when updating information.

Ask:
I applied in 1996, does this mean that I start again?

Answer:
No, you are not starting over, we update what is on the system

Ask:
How long do I have to wait after updating?

Answer:
Land shortage (Gauteng is 17,000 square meters in size, approximately 1.4% of the total area of ​​all of South Africa, making it the smallest province in South Africa with a growing population of 8.9 million), limited financial resources. The national housing budget is allocated proportionally, meaning that Gauteng is short on available financial resources to meet his needs. Gauteng also has a very high proportion of dolomite soil, which is unsuitable for homes.

Ask:
Where are these regional offices located?

Answer:
Regional Customer Support Center Addresses Click here to view

Ask:
What is the role of the department in municipalities?

Answer:
Municipalities in Gauteng support and monitor to ensure that they provide effective and efficient quality services to the communities.

Ask:
Who are the community developers?

Answer:
They are newly appointed civil servants located in departments to help communities gain access to government information and to facilitate services between government and communities. Read more about Community Development Workers

Ask:
How many municipalities are there in Gauteng?

Answer:
14 municipalities, consisting of 3 metros, 3 districts and 9 inhabitants.

City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality
Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality
City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality
West Rand District Municipality with 4 inhabitants;

Municipality of Westonaria
Randfontein Local Municipality
Mogale City Local Municipality
Sedibeng District Municipality with 3 locals;

Emfuleni Local participation
Lesedi Local Municipality
Local municipality Midvaal
Metsweding District Municipality with 2 local residents

Kungwini Local participation
Nokeng Tsa Taemane Local Municipal
Ask:
Where are the offices of the department?

Answer:
Bank of Lisbon,
37 Sauer and Market Street,
Marshalltown, 2107

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