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Gauteng shopping malls safe, says provincial top cop
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Gauteng shopping malls safe, says provincial top cop. Gauteng police commissioner Deliwe de Lange says there is no need to panic as dozens of officers have been deployed to shopping centres. FILE: A local shopping mall. Picture: EWN. Festive Season ...

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eNCA

Gauteng premier's house up for sale
eNCA
JOHANNESBURG – The official residence of the Gauteng premier is going under the hammer in a public auction online. The Gauteng department of infrastructure development has announced that it is getting rid of about 400 state-owned properties in a move ...

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MEC: Gauteng working hard to place learners in schools
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JOHANNESBURG - With preparations for the 2017 academic year in full swing, over 82,000 grade 1 and 8 pupils have not yet been placed in Gauteng. MEC Panyaza Lesufi has given an update on the state of readiness for the start of school next year.
8000 pupils school-less as Gauteng's numbers swell by nearly 5%News24
MEC Lesufi: Gauteng ready for 2017 academic yearCitizen
More than 80‚000 learners still to be placed for 2017 in GautengTimes LIVE

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DA: Gauteng Health MEC not fit to hold office
Eyewitness News
JOHANNESBURG - The Democratic Alliance (DA) in Gauteng has called on Premier David Makhura to take action against Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu, saying that she is not fit to hold office. The party presented the 2016 Gauteng Cabinet score cards at the ...
'Gauteng needs 400000 jobs a year'Times LIVE
Gauteng Premier and Mayors commit to building an integrated city regionCNBCAfrica.com
Gauteng's plan for a mainstream township economy seems to be workingBusinessTech
Citizen -Eyewitness News -Independent Online
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Times LIVE

'I don't mind sitting in the opposition benches' – Makhura mulls over ANC losing Gauteng
Times LIVE
But Makhura said he also could not defend things that were wrong. “I believe in the politics of honour‚” he said. “We can't defend ourselves on things that we are not doing right.” Makhura said the ANC in Gauteng would fight tooth and nail to retain ...
I won't mind sitting 'in the opposition benches' - MakhuraNews24
Consequences coming for negligent government officalsRandfontein Herald

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Mail & Guardian

#GPPoliticalReport: David Makhura's five reasons why Gauteng is tops
Mail & Guardian
On Tuesday, Gauteng Premier David Makhura made some bright and shiny statements about his province, which might have some Gautengers beaming or frowning in confusion. Here are five points, made in Makhura's political report to be tabled at the ...
18 Gauteng government properties now up for auctionTimes LIVE
Gauteng premier's official residence goes under the hammerEyewitness News
For Sale: Gauteng premier's pad with a wine and whisky cellarRand Daily Mail
Eyewitness News -Politicsweb -Nigeria Today
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Times LIVE

Gauteng biggest contributor towards gross gaming revenue
Times LIVE
This is according to the 11th survey presented by the Casino Association of South Africa (CASA) on Wednesday at Montecasino. Gauteng‚ according to CASA's chief executive Advocate Themba Ngobese‚ has this year shown a growth of 5.5% in GGR ...

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Gauteng health workers not paid, says DA
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JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng health workers were still waiting to be paid due to a cash crunch in the provincial health department, the Democratic Alliance said on Tuesday. “I have established that thousands of Gauteng community health workers have not ...
Gauteng health workers still not paid – DACitizen

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Gauteng aims to hard-wire open tendering after pilot yields positive results
Creamer Media's Engineering News
What began as a tentative pilot project to test the 'open tendering' concept in the South African public sector is now likely to become a permanent fixture, as the Gauteng provincial government (GPG) considers tabling legislation making the Open Tender ...



Times LIVE

Disposal of government properties in Gauteng a lengthy process
Times LIVE
The Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development is facing a huge task of disposing of over 400 immovable assets owned by the provincial government. On Tuesday‚ the department's head‚ Bethuel Netshiswinzhe‚ accompanied by Tirhani Mabunda‚ the ...


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