Despite ample time to formulate a response, the municipality has not committed to commenting on the electricity rates furore.
The municipality is pushing for harsher fines for residents, developers and businesses guilty of spoiling the environment.
Since applying for municipal internship in November, applicants say there was no further details on the round of interviews.
Alhambra Street residents face continuous water cuts thanks to pipes bursting on a regular basis and demanded answers from the municipality.
Municipal officials were seen excavating land around the sinkhole in attempts to repair it but the sinkhole caused more damage then expected.
Business owners furious with litter near their properties in the CBD, are questioning why the municipality has taken no action.
The postponement comes after Malema’s lawyer, Tumi Mokoena was ordered to file official documents today.
Chairman of the Board, Dan Naidoo explained the message was certainly to have all residents save water, and called it necessary to look into water recycling options.
Residents were hit with increased municipal dues this month, and it was only hours before some decided enough was enough.
The matter has been postponed until July 6. Malema and Mokoena are excused from attending.
Both times, parts of Murchison Street outside the court were locked down while officers directed traffic away from the precinct.