The Gauteng government and the University of Johannesburg will launch the Gauteng E-Waste Management System to tackle the province’s mounting electronic waste problem.
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South African taxi drivers, private security companies and ordinary civilians are stepping up to protect their businesses and communities following days of rioting and looting.
The third wave of Covid-19, which is driven by Gauteng, will spread to other provinces. This is the warning from acting health minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane.
Modelling prepared for the provincial government shows that the peak of a third wave of Covid-19 infections in Gauteng is expected soon.
Gauteng premier David Makhura has revealed that the province will move to level-3 lockdown restrictions at the beginning of June.
Transport minister Fikile Mbalula says there are no easy solutions to the demand that e-tolling in Gauteng be scrapped.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has put in place a process that will deal with the issue of e-tolls, according to the Gauteng provincial government. “The process has started and the president himself is going to lead
Almost a quarter of a century after Nelson Mandela led the ANC to power at the end of apartheid and the world heralded the birth of the “rainbow nation”, South Africa stands at a crossroads. As delegates of the ANC meet this weekend
The Democratic Alliance has submitted an application in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act to obtain all documents from the Gauteng education department relating to smart board roll-outs and school nutrition tenders. “We have
The Gauteng ANC’s provincial executive committee has resolved that President Jacob Zuma should step down, a source has told News24. The PEC met on Tuesday where the decision was taken. This has not been officially confirmed by the party in the province, but a