Gauteng

 
Disaster management and fire & rescue services: a story of heroes and heroines
Disaster management and fire & rescue services: a story of heroes and heroines
Gauteng province, just like most parts of the country, is vulnerable to various hazards, both natural and unnatural. The past year was no different, with disastrous events such as structural and shack fires, severe thunderstorms and heavy rain being experienced in and around Gauteng....
Greater co-operation between CoGTA and Gauteng Traditional Leadership
Greater co-operation between CoGTA and Gauteng Traditional Leadership
"To go back to tradition is the first step forward”. This old African proverb sums up the mandate of Traditional Affairs up perfectly.
Excellence in Secondary School Teaching
Excellence in Secondary School Teaching
Rajah represents a generation of young fired-up teachers who are joining the profession in droves. With only eight years teaching experience, he...
Read the latest edition of the Mail & Guardian here
Read the latest edition of the Mail & Guardian here
The party is employing ‘jump, don’t push’ tactics for removing compromised candidates
ANC internal polling puts the party at 50% in Gauteng
ANC internal polling puts the party at 50% in Gauteng
The ANC's support in Gauteng stands at 50%, according to internal party research, leaving the upcoming general election wide open in South...
Ruling party faces loss in Gauteng
Ruling party faces loss in Gauteng
David Makhura is a man with many hats. ANC Gauteng chairperson, board member of the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation, Gauteng premier. But the role he...
Maimane: DA will ‘lead government’ in Gauteng, Northern Cape and keep Western Cape
Maimane: DA will ‘lead government’ in Gauteng, Northern Cape and keep Western Cape
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane believes that the party has the ability to retain control of the Western Cape and establish coalition...
Data-driven education SA’s success story
Data-driven education SA’s success story
Although much of the focus in preceding weeks has been on the recent announcement of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) results, in which the...
Unembargoed: December 7 to 13
Unembargoed: December 7 to 13
Are certain board members being pushed out to ensure government control?
An El Niño away from water crisis
An El Niño away from water crisis
One El Niño is all it will take to throw Gauteng into a water crisis. Consumption already exceeds supply during a year of good rainfall.
Design a railway system to prevent carnage on the N1
Design a railway system to prevent carnage on the N1
The N1 north, which connects Gauteng, Limpopo and Zimbabwe, is one of the longest and busiest roads in Southern Africa. It carries thousands of...
Gauteng quality of life increases despite deepening inequality
Gauteng quality of life increases despite deepening inequality
Despite very challenging economic conditions, the overall quality of life in Gauteng continues to improve.

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