The Artisan Training Institute and the South African Capital Equipment Export Council have secured a partnership that cements their mutual goal of fighting unemployment in South Africa.
Gauteng local government and housing MEC Paul Mashatile expects clean cities, functioning traffic lights, smooth tarred roads and housing development projects from the province’s mayors.
While Gauteng has not declared drought as a disaster, the province is pulling all the stops to save its available water and to have an efficient provincial response to the water challenge.
While a clean-up operation to remove the rubble from the aftermath of the collapse of the bridge structure on the M1 freeway in Sandton continues this morning, the Minister of Transport, Dipuo Peters, has called on authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into the incident.
Municipalities are exploring new and innovative ways of recapitalising their ageing infrastructure, Johannesburg Executive Mayor Councillor Parks Tau told the inaugural Gauteng Infrastructure Investment Conference at Gallagher Estate in Midrand on 16 July.
Joburg's inner city regeneration drive will receive a massive boost over the next three to five years, following the launch of a R5-billion project to build a new precinct in the CBD to house the offices of the Gauteng Provincial Government.
Expansion of Gauteng's freeways with more electronic tolls has been delayed even as a new tariff regime meant to offer certainty to the project is being implemented.
In his first full budget speech, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene referred to the government’s 9 strategic priorities, which we first at the state of the nation address (SONA) on 12 February 2015.
The upgraded William Nicol Drive, which has been improved to the tune of R422 million, was officially opened by the Gauteng Premier David Makhura and MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi on Tuesday.