Poor patients will be the biggest casualty if the National Health Laboratory Service collapses.
The DA is preparing to govern Gauteng after the 2019 general elections, according to the party's preliminary resolutions document.
The hot-potato issue of the unpopular gantries is due to be raised at the ANC's Gauteng conference in Pretoria.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema said the party will make Gauteng ungovernable if the ANC continues to oppose its members.
From tackling corruption to dealing with e-tolls and job planning, David Makhura has outlined his key priorities for his term as Gauteng premier.
About 160 supporters of the Gauteng ANC Youth League marched on the M&G to demand "fair, objective, balanced and accurate reporting".
ANC provincial secretary David Makhura will take over as the premier of Gauteng rather than Ntombi Mekgwe - as was widely expected.
Daggers are being drawn among the ruling party's Gauteng rebels as old grudges resurface on the back of poor election results.
Preliminary results show the ANC has won the battle for Gauteng with 53.59%, a drop from the 64.04% support it enjoyed in 2009.
Auditors have failed to catch a number of worrying issues, the M&G has learnt, leading to concerns over the poll results, particularly in Gauteng.
The EFF has marched on the IEC's provincial operations centre in Gauteng to demand the immediate release of the province's election results.
Neither the public protector nor the IEC will investigate a campaign by the Gauteng government worth millions that seems to punt the ANC.
Economic power and social discontent are setting the stage for the mother of all electoral battles.
In her state of the province speech, Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane says more access to health care has been achieved as residents are healthier.
Branding the province's adverts in party hues has raised questions about the use of public funds, and Thuli Madonsela is investigating them.
The DA's premier candidate for Gauteng has hinted at its governance plans, which include fewer government departments and a referendum on e-tolls.
A total of 45 700 public transport operators have been exempted from paying e-tolls in Gauteng so far, says the transport department.
The implementation of e-tolls on Gauteng's highways has been met with mixed reaction, including further promises of court action.
With an 11th-hour attempt to stop e-tolling by the FF Plus also dismissed, Gauteng motorists will to have to face paying for the use of highways.