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March against e-tolls to kick off in Pretoria

By: News24Wire      2nd November 2018 It is expected to be a busy Friday morning in Pretoria as the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa), the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and other civil organisations march against e-tolls. The march is expected to start at 09:00 and proceed from Burgers Park to the Union... 

Cosatu plans march to Union Buildings to protest against e-tolls

By: News24Wire      29th October 2018 The Congress of South Africa Trade Unions (Cosatu) in Gauteng is expected to march to the Union Buildings in Pretoria on Friday to protest against e-tolling. "We will march to the office of the president to bring an end to the e-tolling system," provincial secretary Dumisani Dakile said. He said... 

E-tolls are 'not part of the future of this province' – Gauteng ANC 

By: News24Wire      26th October 2018 The African National Congress (ANC) in Gauteng has joined thousands of voices as it reiterated its stance on the scrapping of e-tolls. "Let there be no confusion, they are not part of the future of this province. We will have to work out how to pay for the roads but not through the e-tolls,"... 

Europe placed to contribute to African growth story

12th October 2018 Southern Africa is today off the radar of the majority of European companies and the many opportunities offered by the region are still largely ignored by European Union (EU) business leaders, professional consulting group European House Ambrosetti senior partner Paolo Borzatta said at a media... 

Gauteng rapid land release programme to be launched next week

By: Simone Liedtke     22nd August 2018 Gauteng Premier David Makhura will, on August 31, launch the province’s rapid land release programme, in which he plans to make provincial land and buildings available for the development of human settlements and for urban agriculture projects. Speaking at the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce and... 

South African manufacturing sector set to grow

13th August 2018 If recent investments in the manufacturing industry are indicative of the trend going forwards, then the future is looking bright for this often beleaguered market sector. In addition, the South African government recently announced that it was embarking on an offensive to attract $100-billion... 

South African manufacturing sector set to grow

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th August 2018 If recent investments in the manufacturing industry are indicative of the trend going forwards, then the future is looking bright for this often beleaguered market sector. In addition, the South African government recently announced that it was embarking on an offensive to attract $100-billion... 

More than R650m budgeted to prepare Gauteng land for expropriation   

By: Anine Kilian     2nd July 2018 The Department of Human Settlements has budgeted more than R650-million to prepare identified portions of land in Gauteng for expropriation without compensation. Human Settlements MEC Dikgang Uhuru Moiloa said on Monday that the province’s rapid land release programme, launched in May, would... 

Gauteng’s Tshepo 1 Million programme trains 73 000 people in 2017/18

By: Natasha Odendaal     29th June 2018 Gauteng Premier David Makhura is planning to engage, during July, all municipalities across Gauteng in an effort to gain more support for the province’s Tshepo 1 Million programme. The Premier on Friday said municipalities and metropolitans are not supporting the roll-out of the programme, with... 

Gauteng prepares to expropriate privately owned land without compensation 

By: News24Wire      15th June 2018 The Gauteng government wants to "immediately" expropriate without compensation privately owned land lying idle. Premier David Makhura said the province was completing an audit of all unused privately owned land to test the Constitution instead of waiting on the parliamentary process currently... 

Govt speaking with one voice on township economy

By: Sydney Majoko     1st June 2018 For a long time, successive governments in this country have struggled to characterised the township economy. It is not that they did not acknowledge the existence of the township economy; the reason is that this economy was not recognised as a standalone econopmy towards which funds could be... 

AfDB officially launches Africa Investment Forum

By: Anine Kilian     8th May 2018 The African Development Bank (AfDB) on Tuesday launched its Africa Investment Forum (AIF), which will seek to attract investment and public–private partnerships aimed at transformative development on the continent. “The AfDB is championing the AIF as a platform to actively engage the private... 

DA to table motion of no confidence in Premier Makhura

By: News24Wire      7th May 2018 The Democratic Alliance (DA) says it will table a motion of no confidence in Premier David Makhura in the Gauteng provincial legislature later this month. DA Gauteng provincial leader John Moodey said on Sunday that the party will table the motion on May 15. The party blamed Makhura for the 144... 

Rand Water threatens to cut water to Emfuleni municipality over R419m debt

By: News24Wire      11th April 2018 Rand Water has announced that it will once again reduce the bulk water supply to the Emfuleni Local Municipality after it failed to reach a settlement on the payment of the municipality's R419-million debt. Rand Water's Justice Mohale said in a statement on Wednesday that the entity was taking... 

Gauteng open for business as InvestSA OSS launched

By: Simone Liedtke     10th April 2018 Boosting investor confidence is critical to positioning South Africa as a premium destination for foreign direct investment. To assist in achieving this, Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies, together with Gauteng Premier David Makhura, on Tuesday launched the InvestSA One Stop Shop (OSS) in... 

Govt to launch investment centre in Gauteng

By: African News Agency      9th April 2018 South African government is set to launch a provincial InvestSA One Stop Shop (OSS) in Gauteng in a bid to attract investment in the province, the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) said on Monday.  The dti said that the objective of the provincial InvestSA OSS is to provide professional... 

Listeriosis shows fragility of township economy

By: Sydney Majoko     6th April 2018 When the impact of the listeriosis outbreak is eventually analysed, it is quite possible that the township economy will be mentioned only as a footnote in official reports. Even though the actual cause of the deadly outbreak was discovered when children were admitted to Chris Hani Baragwanath... 

Rain could bring on more sinkholes in Gauteng, say officials

By: News24Wire      3rd April 2018 The presence of dolomite, most likely activated by heavy rains, has caused recent sinkholes in Gauteng – and could trigger more, the provincial and local government authorities warned on Monday. “In Gauteng, 25% of the land is dolomitic and in that case we have to be very, very careful,” said... 

Massive housing project being developed on historical mining area near Joburg CBD

By: Dylan Slater     29th March 2018 A historical mining area now known as Fleurhof, on the northern edge of the Witwatersrand basin, in the Central Rand goldfield, immediately south-west of the Johannesburg central business district, is being transformed into a vast new housing development with the help of alternative mining... 

Makhura establishes water war room for Gauteng

By: Natasha Odendaal     23rd March 2018 Premier David Makhura has established a war room to ensure Gauteng’s own taps do not run dry amid a drought that has devastated many provinces in South Africa, particularly the Western Cape. Following a Premier’s Coordinating Forum, held on Friday, he said water security in South Africa’s... 

Gauteng Premier concerned over proposed rates hikes in Joburg

By: African News Agency      7th March 2018 Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Wednesday, expressed concern over the proposed property rates increase in the City of Johannesburg following the release of its municipal valuations recently. Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said that 8 000 property owners will from next week receive Section 78... 

DA welcomes Makhura's admission that e-tolling has failed

By: News24Wire      27th February 2018 The Democratic Alliance (DA) has welcomed Gauteng Premier David Makhura's admission that e-tolling has failed and that he will be meeting with President Cyril Ramaphosa to devise a more suitable funding model. The DA's Gauteng spokesperson on roads and transport, Fred Nel, said the party had been... 

Township economy, jobs remain top priority for Gauteng

By: Natasha Odendaal     26th February 2018 Gauteng Premier David Makhura’s State of the Province Address (SoPA) has highlighted “greater determination” to accelerate South Africa’s most populous province’s radical transformation, modernisation and reindustrialisation programme, particularly the revitalisation of the township economy and... 

Launch of The Local Manufacturing Exhibition 2019

7th February 2018 Local Manufacturing Exhibition 201921-23 May 2019Expo Centre, Nasrec   Organised by the South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC), in association with Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery, and endorsed by the Premier of Gauteng   The South African Capital Equipment Export Council... 

Conference to focus on innovation

2nd February 2018 Information and communication technology (ICT) experts and decision-makers from both the public and private sectors and from academia are gathering at the Technology Innovation Conference hosted by the Gauteng provincial government (GPG) to analyse the wave of digital and technological innovation... 

Showcase of SA's manufacturing prowess to debut in 2019

By: Dylan Slater     2nd February 2018 To showcase the best South Africa has to offer in terms of local manufacturing and South African-produced capital equipment, capital equipment manufactures lobby group the South African Capital Equipment Exporters Council (Saceec) has partnered with exhibition organisers Specialised Exhibitions... 

Disgruntled mayor barricades Rand Water gates demanding water for residents 

By: News24Wire      9th January 2018 Frustrated Emfuleni mayor Jacob Khawe has barricaded the gates of Rand Water's Glenvista head office in Emfuleni, Vereeniging on Tuesday morning, following the interruption of water supplies due to debt to the water board. Khawe told News24 that, although his municipality was financially... 

Fourth industrial revolution brings hope to youth – Makhura 

By: Thabi Madiba     7th December 2017 Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Thursday tabled the fourth Political Report of the Gauteng provincial government and highlighted the opportunities that were arising from the fourth industrial revolution. Makhura said the unfolding of the fourth industrial revolution was shaping the economy and... 

Gauteng sets up corruption intervention council

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     21st November 2017 To fight corruption and promote clean governance, integrity and ethics, the Gauteng provincial government (GPG) has established a civil society-led Ethics and Anti-Corruption Advisory Council. Premier David Makhura on Tuesday said the establishment of the council was a “great step” in efforts to... 

Lanseria to be site of new airport city development

By: Keith Campbell     10th November 2017 Gauteng Provincial Premier David Makhura has highlighted the importance of Lanseria International Airport (LIA), and planned projects around it, for the development of the north west quarter of the province. He was delivering the keynote address at the recent official opening of the new Control... 

Gauteng moves from debate to action regarding transformation

By: Natasha Odendaal     9th November 2017 Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Thursday said South Africa’s most populous province was no longer just talking about pursuing radical socioeconomic transformation, but had already implemented strategies that would align the development of Gauteng with South Africa’s transformation imperatives.... 

Lanseria to be site of new airport city development

By: Keith Campbell     31st October 2017 Gauteng Premier David Makhura has highlighted the importance of Lanseria International Airport, and planned projects around it, for the development of the north-west quarter of the province. He was delivering the keynote address at the official opening of the new Control Tower and Fire Station... 

Makhura concerned at delays in Grayston Bridge collapse inquiry

By: African News Agency      9th October 2017 Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Sunday expressed concern at delays in the inquiry into the collapse of the Grayston Bridge in Johannesburg two years ago. The bridge on the M1 highway and the Grayston interchange collapsed on October 14, killing two people and injuring 19. An inquiry into the... 

Gauteng to clamp down on illegal Uber and metered taxis

By: News24Wire      18th September 2017 The Gauteng provincial authorities are going to clamp down on non-compliant Uber and metered taxi operators in an attempt to quell the “territorial warfare” between Uber and metered taxi driver. Premier David Makhura, MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi, MEC for Community Safety Sizakele... 

Gauteng Premier sends Transport MEC to scene of collapsed N3 pedestrian bridge

By: African News Agency      9th August 2017 Gauteng Premier David Makhura has dispatched the MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi to asses the damage caused by the collapsed pedestrian bridge which runs across the N3 freeway near the Geldenhuys interchange. Five people – including a seven-year-old child – were injured in the early... 

Gauteng should spearhead economic growth in South Africa, says Makhura

By: Anine Kilian     28th July 2017 Gauteng needs to take a lead in turning South Africa’s economic situation, according to Gauteng Premier David Makhura, who avers that, “if Gauteng works better, 35% of South Africa’s economy will work better”. Addressing delegates at the Gauteng Infrastructure Investment Summit, in Midrand, the... 

Gauteng faces R1.6tr infrastructure funding shortfall

By: Natasha Odendaal     27th July 2017 Gauteng needs R1.8-trillion over the next 15 years to deliver the infrastructure required to support the economic development of South Africa’s economic powerhouse, Gauteng Premier David Makhura said on Thursday. With some 412 infrastructure projects planned over a 15-year period, there is a... 

Gauteng should lead the way in South Africa's economic recovery – Makhura

By: Natasha Odendaal     27th July 2017 With South Africa finding itself in a technical recession shrouded by sovereign downgrades, Gauteng, as the country’s economic engine, needs to step up and take the lead in paving the way for the country’s economic recovery. Gauteng Premier David Makhura, addressing delegates at the Gauteng... 

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