Eyewitness News

A cold snap in spring for Gauteng
Eyewitness News
JOHANNESBURG – The South African Weather Service says low temperatures are still on the cards for Gauteng province this week, going into the weekend. Gautengers marked the beginning of spring on Tuesday after more than a week of high temperatures ...



Independent Online

Medical lawsuits cost Gauteng over R500m
Independent Online
Johannesburg - The Gauteng provincial government has spent more than R500 million to settle medical lawsuits over a period of five years. This was revealed by Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu, who was replying to questions from the DA spokesman on ...
Nearly 800 people await orthopaedic operations in GautengThe Citizen (press release) (blog)
Gauteng DoH pays out R544m for medical negligence since 2010 - Jack BloomPoliticsweb

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News24

Under half of Gauteng dept books 100% clean
News24
This emerged during a media briefing by Premier David Makhura and Finance MEC Barbara Creecy at the Gauteng provincial legislature in Johannesburg on Tuesday, where they released the outcomes of the auditor general's 2014/15 financial year report.
Premier happy with Gauteng's audit outcomeBDlive
Gauteng premier cracks the whipTimes LIVE
Gauteng given thumbs up after Auditor-General auditEyewitness News
Independent Online -AllAfrica.com
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The Citizen (press release) (blog)

Gauteng community patrollers help fight crime - experts
The Citizen (press release) (blog)
The Gauteng community safety department's use of patrollers to monitor central Pretoria streets is an effort by the provincial government to assist both the police and the public, senior researcher at the Institute for Security Studies, Dr Johan Burger ...
What powers do patrollers have?Independent Online

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News24

Gauteng health dept pays out R544m in negligence cases
News24
Johannesburg - Up to R544m has been paid out in damages and settlements by the Gauteng health department. The sum, which relates to medical negligence cases, is for the period between January 2010 to the end of the 2014/15 financial year.



Independent Online

Clive Naidoo: South Africa, I'm sorry!
Independent Online
Johannesburg - “South Africa, I apologize (sic) sincerely”. With that tweet, Clive Naidoo believed he would set the record straight surrounding his altercation with an unidentified Johannesburg Metro Police Department officer, which he captured on ...

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BDlive

Gauteng Enterprise Propeller officials face probe over alleged fraud
BDlive
A TOTAL of 212 businesses owe the Gauteng Enterprise Propeller funding vehicle R100m in unpaid loans that date back to 2008. However, it remains unclear why it took the province until last week to announce a sweeping investigation into how officials ...



Independent Online

Savour fruits of vine at Soweto festival
Independent Online
Hosted by Joburg Tourism, the festival is also launching the Soweto Street Food Experience together with Gauteng Tourism to showcase the best tastes in the region. There will be an array of carefully-selected foods, baked goods, drinks and coffees, and ...

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News24

Probe launched into Gauteng infrastructure development dept
News24
Johannesburg - An investigation is to be launched into allegations of cronyism and corruption within certain Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development (GDID) programmes. MEC Nandi Mayathula-Khoza, speaking before the Gauteng infrastructure ...

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Times LIVE

Gauteng departments bungle budgets
Times LIVE
Most departments in Gauteng either overspent or underspent the conditional grants they received from the Treasury. The biggest over-spenders were the departments of social development (43% over) and community safety (40%). The worst under-spenders ...


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