Most popular petitions in South Africa last 7 days

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Shut down Mclaren Circus, South Africa

Mclaren circus uses animals such as lions, snakes, tigers, camels and many more. These animals should not be used as entertainment and these animals deserve to have a better life and be free from that horrible business. The animals deserve to be respected and to be free to live in the wild instead of cages for peoples entertainment.  THIS NEEDS TO STOP. 

Created: 2019-11-16

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 3922 3494
7 days 3922 3494

STOP TAVERNS AND SPAZA SHOPS IN YOUR SUBURB

The City of Ekurhuleni is planning to amend its Land Use Scheme to allow for taverns and spaza shops on properties zoned Residential 1.  This will have potential to dramatically change the structure and amenity of all suburban areas.  Please submit written comments to Sibongile.Nkosi@ekurhuleni.gov.za and/or sign this online petition. DEADLINE 30TH NOVEMBER 2019.

Created: 2019-11-20

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 1091 1076
7 days 1091 1076

Petition against FMD Auction Ban

English follows Afrikaans Die Departement van Landbou, Bosbou en Visserye het aangekondig dat lewendehawe veilings in Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Gauteng en Noordwes tot verdere kennisgewing opgeskort word weens die uitbreek van bek- en klouseer. Ons verwerp hierdie besluit aangesien die nodige openbare deelname nie ingewin is nie, die verbod op veilings gaan nie die probleem oplos nie en die uitbreek is sedert Januarie 2019, nie met die nodige erns hanteer nie.  Teken asseblief ons petisie om gelys te

Created: 2019-11-18

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 350 339
7 days 350 339

Petition to Improve Call Centre Performance in Ekurhuleni

The Customer Care call centre in the City of Ekurhuleni has been experiencing various technical glitches and is constantly offline. Residents are often unable to log service calls or request assistance with account and billing queries. The call centre is inundated with calls and residents are left on hold for long periods of time or cut-off before being assisted.    According to the City of Ekurhuleni’s general service standards, telephone calls are supposed to be answered within 5 rings and cus

Created: 2019-11-18

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 129 127
7 days 129 127

GATVOL BOLT Drivers Griviences

GATVOL DRIVERS To Whom it may concern(BOLT  Management) This pettition serves to air our griviences to the responsible authorities.   We as BOLT drivers disagree on how BOLT treats us. We have to work under bad conditions and circumstances, our demands as drivers are as follows: Out with fixed prices Away with discounts BOLT must assist with impounds SOS Button not working We need BOLT black just like UBER BLACK Minibus drivers take cars off BOLT drivers and demand payment to get your car back.

Created: 2019-11-20

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 103 103
7 days 103 103

Placement of gradeR learners

I am pleading with the South Africans to sign the petition because we applied at the schools in time and submitted proper documentation in time and yet our children were not placed and the department of education is placing them at schools without our consent.

Created: 2019-11-19

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 25 24
7 days 25 24

Say NO to a fish meal and fish oil factory on Quay 1 in Mossel Bay Harbour

Afro Fishing (Pty) Ltd, the owner of the canning factory in the Mossel Bay harbour, is planning to establish a fish meal factory on the old I&J premises. There are also plans to expand the canning factory to accommodate red herring, anchovy and other fish species for the international export market. Residents feel the potential impact of the stinky fish meal factory on the tourism industry and the overall image of the town as a coveted holiday destination, will be devastating. If you are aga

Created: 2019-02-26

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 444 433
7 days 17 16

BARS & CLUBS SHOULD NOT BE NEAR RESIDENTIAL AREAS. NEWS CAFE NORTHRIDING & MURPHY'S PUB TO CONSIDER RESIDENTS

Following many complaints from residents in the area with regard to loud music we have decided to run a petition against the location of the News cafe in Northriding & Murphy's Law Pub & Grill. The music can be heard by complexes surrounding these bars and goes on from a Thursday to Sunday night until early hours into the morning. When you try to call them at night they don't answer their phones. We are pleading with these two bars to consider relocating to a non residential area, or pla

Created: 2019-11-18

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 12 12
7 days 12 12

STOP Illegal Billboards in Midrand Ward 132

To: Mr David Tembe - Chief of Police, City of Joburg Illegal outdoor advertising is defacing Africa's greatest City on a massive scale, scarring our roads and parks with clutter.  Prime space is being stolen by big companies, with no benefit to the City's coffers, or to ratepayers. By enforcing bylaws, JMPD and other City authorities can help clean up Johannesburg making it a more attractive place to live, work and invest. Visible action against rogue media companies and advertisers will send a

Created: 2019-10-23

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 49 49
7 days 12 12

Petition to the Minister of Energy re power outages in Germiston and surrounding areas

Petition to the Minister of Energy – Minister Gwede Mantashe and Minister of Public Enterprises – Minister Pravin Gordon We, the residents of Germiston, Gauteng, hereby petition the Minister of Energy, Mr Gwede Mantashe, to give urgent attention to continuous power outages in Germiston. Due to the aging infrastructure in Germiston residents are outraged by the continuous failure of the equipment, including the turn-around time to resolve issues. Many of the large area outages are reported by off

Created: 2019-08-31

Time period All countries South Africa
All time 397 392
7 days 9 9



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