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Gauteng budget cuts costs but not to vital services – and atones for Esidimeni deaths
Gauteng budget cuts costs but not to vital services – and atones for Esidimeni deaths
Gauteng’s finance MEC, Barbara Creecy, said in her budget today that healing the state of public health in the province would be a...
Fixing, not ruling, on Makhura's mind
Fixing, not ruling, on Makhura's mind
Gauteng Premier David Makhura this week appeared resigned to the possibility of the ANC losing power in Gauteng in 2019, but insists it would not be...
Revised tolls still a tax for motorists
Revised tolls still a tax for motorists
The Gauteng provincial government (GPG) on Saturday welcomed Cabinet's approval of toll tariffs for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project...
Much arm twisting over Gauteng cabinet
Much arm twisting over Gauteng cabinet
The Gauteng ANC is facing the kind of organisational paralysis last seen in the late 1990s following its decision to force Premier Nomvula...
Motorsport SA 'understands' contract canning
Motorsport SA 'understands' contract canning
Motorsport SA (MSA) says it understands the Gauteng government's decision to cancel its international contracts with the sport beyond 2010.
Gauteng fights on against expensive tender
Gauteng fights on against expensive tender
Controversial consultancy firm 3P will not be returning to work for Gauteng's health department any time soon — despite winning its court...
Displaced 'not govt's responsibility'
Displaced 'not govt's responsibility'
Talk to home affairs, it's their responsibility, Gauteng government spokesperson Thabo Masebe told the Mail & Guardian. Talk to Gauteng,...
Chiefs' R1-billion stadium crisis
Chiefs' R1-billion stadium crisis
Five years after its developers announced that the construction of the Kaizer Chiefs Stadium would be complete by this year, not a brick has been...
Power is a priority in Gauteng
Power is a priority in Gauteng
Saving electricity and promoting energy efficiency must be a top priority in 2008, Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa said in his State of the...
Student protest ends classes in Tshwane
Student protest ends classes in Tshwane
Classes at all the Tshwane University of Technology's (TUT) campuses were suspended amid student protests on Tuesday, authorities said.
DA warns of looming Gauteng classroom shortage
DA warns of looming Gauteng classroom shortage
Gauteng faces huge classroom shortages and the government does not have the resources to cope, the Democratic Alliance (DA) said on Tuesday.

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