Gauteng ANC deputy secretary Humphrey Mmemezi has been implicated in an alleged attempt to bribe Tshwane ANC members to vote for Jacob Zuma.
Gauteng Legislature speaker Lindiwe Maseko has announced the appointment of new Cabinet and executive members during the committee restructuring.
People connect with government at a provincial level, which is why good service is so important, writes Rapule Tabane.
While disgraced officials may resign, firing them is tricky. SA's parties are trying to come up with ways to deal with those who try to brazen it out.
Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane has reshuffled her executive council after the resignation of government and housing minister Humphrey Mmemezi.
The ANC has implored parties to refrain from scoring points over the resignation of Humphrey Mmemezi but the DA is pushing for more steps against him.
It has to be a South African record, the gap between the revelations of alleged misdemeanours on the part of Humphrey Mmemezi and his resignation.
Gauteng housing minister Humprey Mmemezi has denied signing off on a R3 600 car allowance for his daughter and five other Mogale City employees.
MEC Humphrey Mmemezi, who reportedly bought a painting worth R10 000 from a McDonald's using government funds, will be fired by the premier.
Gauteng premier Nomvula Mokonyane is waiting for an report by provincial housing minister Humphrey Mmemezi of his alleged misuse of government funds.
The Alexandra Bonafides say foreign nationals will not be evicted from their RDP houses in Alexandra.
While an angry Alex residential committee plan meetings on Saturday, the Gauteng government has dismissed claims of brewing xenophobic violence.
Protesting residents of Thembelihle set fire to three load centres, causing damage of R1.5-million during this week's service delivery protests.
Residents of Thembelihle, south of Jo'burg, continued a service delivery protest after they were addressed by housing official Humphrey Mmemezi.
Fewer and bigger municipalities might be the best way to address service delivery, says Gauteng minister of local government Humphrey Mmemezi.
Johannesburg's billing problem, which mayor Amos Masondo recently said was not a sign of a crisis, will be investigated, the government says.
Billions of rands will be needed to fix infrastructure damaged during recent heavy flooding in Gauteng, the province said on Wednesday.