The success of the Regional Committees in improving the business environment lies in their close working relationships

with entities that comprise the Stakeholders’ Forum.  

Midrand Regional Committee (Region A)
Chairperson: Jacki Luthuli

Committee Meetings are scheduled for the 1st Thursday of the month 15:00 – 17:00

JCCI Midrand Economic Forum
This platform has been established to enable the City, business and regional stakeholders to work together to create an environment conducive to business growth. This will be done by collectively identifying problems and collaborating to resolve the problems.

The areas included in the ambit of the Economic Forum are: Midrand Region A, Kya Sands Industrial node, Midrand CBD, Diepsloot, Kopanong Trading precinct, Swazi Inn Trading precinct, Bambanani Industrial node, Yarona Trading precinct, Carlswald Shopping node and Fourways Business node.

The meetings will be on:
28 March 2019
26 June 2019
18 September 2019

27 November 2019 

Anyone wanting more information or interested in becoming involved should contact Zanele Ndimande   011 726-5300  


JCCI Property Cluster:  a Committee of Chamber members in the industry sector encompassing property developers, property managers, real estate agents, managing agents, finance/investment and sanctioned by the JCCI Council.

A healthy foundation for any property industry, is a sound economy.  The keystone of our economy is undoubtedly the Johannesburg metropolis.  Our objective is to unite the efforts of the property sector and City initiatives to solve our pressing issues.  By focusing on our common goals, we can collectively take on the challenges.  We remain committed to the mechanisms that make the economy, and the property industry, function.

Melany Cottrill of Tybalt is the Property Cluster Chair.  She is experienced in initiating business ventures locally and in Europe and she is the founding Director of Tybalt Investments, an investment and property holding company.

2019 Meeting dates:

15 August


C.O.J. Tariffs 2021:


Budget amounts to approximately R68.1 billion – operating budget of R60.6 billion & capital budget of R7.5 billion


  • Prepaid electricity proposed fixed charges dropped (R200 Residential and R 400 Commercial)
  • Property rates tariff from proposed 4.9% to 4%
  • Water tariff from proposed of 8.6% to 6.6%
  • Electricity tariff from proposed 8.10% to 6.23%
  • Business rates ratio will be reduced from 1:2.6 to 1:2.5
  • Pensioner income qualifying criteria increased by 6%

(100% rates rebate if property value of below R2.5 million & income < R10 338 (lower limit) or < R17 719 (upper limit).