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Cyril’s Cabinet: What happened behind the scenes

The negotiations started before the elections and continued until the very last moment.

Nene faces severe credibility problem as mid-term budget looms

As South Africa prepares for a mid-term budget rumours are flying thick and fast about the fate of Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene

Another hammer falls on KPMG, McKinsey as Gauteng govt terminates contracts

​The Gauteng provincial government has taken a decision to terminate its contracts with auditing firm KPMG and consulting firm McKinsey

Gauteng budget cuts costs but not to vital services – and atones for Esidimeni deaths

Education, health and social development will take up the bulk of Gauteng’s R108.6-billion budget for the 2017-2018 financial year.

Graça Machel: ‘God is listening’ to SA’s prayers for Mandela

Graça Machel thanked everyone for their support and prayers for Nelson Mandela as she was recognised with a peace award.

Creecy confirms Gauteng to open 36 new schools in 2012

A total of 36 new schools will be opened in Gauteng for the 2012 academic year, according to Gauteng education minister, Barbara Creecy.

Languages of excellence

A school is pioneering a new method of teaching multilingual children in early grades.

Gauteng ‘under-spending’ on early childhood

The Gauteng education department has only spent 14% of its budget for early childhood development, despite promises of increased spending.

Union: Gauteng education minister ‘hates black people’

The SA Democratic Teachers' Union on Friday called for Gauteng education minister Barbara Creecy to step down because she "hates black people".

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