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Coalition politics and law: The fight over Tshwane

With coalition politics on the rise, particularly in local government, this kind of court case is likely to become more common

Gauteng quality of life increases despite deepening inequality

The Quality of Life Survey measures both objective circumstances and subjective opinions of respondents

Treasury budget chief Michael Sachs to join Gauteng government

Premier David Makhura has requested Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba to facilitate the lateral transfer of Sachs to the Gauteng provincial government.

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.

Fixing, not ruling, on Makhura’s mind

As long as the ‘plight of ordinary people’ overrides politics, the premier says he’s happy.

Revised tolls still a tax for motorists

The Gauteng provincial government has welcomed Cabinet's approval of toll tariffs for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project.

Much arm twisting over Gauteng cabinet

The Gauteng ANC is facing the kind of organisational paralysis last seen in the late 1990s.

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.

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 Province address on Monday. "The future was rosy on December 31 2007, but suddenly everyone is buying candles and researching property in Perth," Shilowa said in Johannesburg. He also discussed transport improvements planned for 2008.

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People’s behaviour stoking Gauteng pandemic

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Colgate-Palmolive South Africa donates one million bars of soap

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