The Citizen

Graft probe for Gauteng legislature
The Citizen
FILE PICTURE: Gauteng legislature speaker Ntombi Mekgwe smiles as she leaves the house following the state of the province address in Johannesburg, 23 February 2015. Picture: Refilwe Modise ...



News24

SGB elections did not go well: Gauteng education MEC
News24
Johannesburg - School governing body (SGB) elections held in March did not go well and at least three schools still do not have an elected body, Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said on Thursday. The department has investigated irregularities in ...
MEC apologises to parents for recalling tabletsThe Citizen
Schools languages case 'not about race'The New Age Online
Dept to oppose bid to halt parallel medium schoolsJacaranda FM

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Mail & Guardian Online

Gauteng e-tolls here to stay
Mail & Guardian Online
Accompanied by Transport Minister Dipuo Peters, Gauteng premier David Makhura and Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene, Ramaphosa said more payment options and a simplified administration system was being introduced to make the process of paying ...
New dispensation on Gauteng e-tolls expectedTimes LIVE
More Gauteng freeways to be e-tolledRand Daily Mail
Some Gauteng e-toll relief, but system here to stayEyewitness News
BizNews -AllAfrica.com
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Eyewitness News

Mixed reactions to new Gauteng e-toll model
Eyewitness News
Mixed reactions to new Gauteng e-toll model. There has been anger from a number of quarters following government's decision to retain e-tolls. Cosatu members prepare for the drive-slow protest on 31 May 2013 by attaching anti. FILE: Cosatu members took ...

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Independent Online

BLSA backs new e-toll funding model
Independent Online
Johannesburg - Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) said on Thursday that it was pleased about the hydrid funding model proposed for e-tolling as announced by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday. “BLSA is particularly pleased with a ...

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Mail & Guardian Online

Education MEC promises to take Gauteng classrooms into the future
Mail & Guardian Online
“The 50 worst schools in Gauteng will be demolished and rebuilt during the June holidays, every matric classroom in a township in Gauteng will get new ceilings, floors and toilets by July … 21 000 dignity packs will be distributed to female learners ...
All Gauteng schools to have electronic 'smart boards' instead of chalk boards ...TheSouthAfrican

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Daily Maverick

Gauteng Government Hosts Interfaith Prayer Day, 24 May
AllAfrica.com
In the past few months, we have witnessed reprehensible incidents of violence against foreign nationals in some parts of South Africa, including Gauteng. Although in parts of the country the attacks on foreign nationals were dire, we are still grateful ...
Lindela Repatriation Centre Condemns Xenophobic ViolenceDigital Journal

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Independent Online

Man critical after Joburg bridge crash
Independent Online
Johannesburg - A man sustained critical injuries when he crashed his car into a bridge pillar in Midrand, Johannesburg on Thursday, reported paramedics. ER24 spokesperson Chitra Bodasing said the accident occurred on Allandale Road, between the ...

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News24

Gauteng speaker promises probe into malpractice allegations
News24
Johannesburg - The Gauteng legislature will investigate allegations of malpractice, nepotism and questionable tenders, its speaker Ntombi Mekgwe said on Wednesday. Mekgwe told reporters in Johannesburg that an anonymous letter addressed to her was ...
Several Gauteng govt members implicated in corruptionEyewitness News

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Times LIVE

Lifeline for defaulting customers in Gauteng
Times LIVE
Defaulting customers in Gauteng have been given a payment lifeline: they will soon have the option of paying municipalities ring-fenced amounts with a view of gradually settling their debts to councils.


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