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Lucas Ledwaba

Mining transforms the once sleepy Tubatse

Seventeen new mining operations have led to an unprecedented economic and population boom

Cyril Ramaphosa: Business must play its part in curbing youth unemployment

In its Quarterly Labour Force 2016, Statistics South Africa revealed that the country's unemployment rate stood at 26.7%.

How to instil pride in public infrastructure

The I Care We Care campaign educates communities about the importance in taking pride in public property such as schools

Leading Gauteng’s landscape change revolution

The Precinct Project development model is behind eradicating apartheid's spatial development planning

Lutsinga: Striking the right service delivery nerve through technology

MEC Jacob Mamabolo pioneers a revolutionary new monitoring system to help the Gauteng department of infrastructure development combat corruption

Mozambican flavour in a corner of Jo’burg

Music pounds from a ghetto blaster underneath the makeshift stall where Mozambican national Simiao Chichava earns his living fixing radios and selling music cassettes. The setting for all this activity is Ivory Park -- a low-income settlement north-east of Johannesburg.

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